I’m a huge S-K fan so probably this review is biased but all I can really say is that this volume is excellent! It is everything I would want in a 33 1/3 book. In this brief volume there’s a history of the band, a history of Riot Grrl and how it was an influence on all members of S-K. Then there’s recording of the album and how SK faced problems when promoting it. The book ends with the group’s legacy.
It’s simple, the writing is neat and factual and at the end we do discover that it is twice as difficult for a female rock band to be noticed and that stereotypes still prevail, although it has improved slightly in the 10’s.