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But we don’t authorize use of our songs in advertisements so…this should be the end of it, I hope!
It’s funny that it says my name, I must have done something wrong when I filled out the form, ha.
Vail made You Tube take it down: For anyone with even a passing familiarity with Vail’s politics, it’s not hard to see why she might not want her band’s song associated with such a politically regressive figure…”When she talks, I hear the revolution” being a laughable sentiment to associate with someone who sat on the board of Walmart during their prime union-busting years. A glance at her Twitter account confirms Vail is voting for Bernie Sanders.Released 20 years ago this autumn, the self-titled EP is being re-issued on Tuesday.After the session, the band decided to stick around for the summer, but ended up living in Washington for its most pivotal year, rallying an underground community that would ultimately suffocate the band with its impossible expectations. So the transplants endured Folgers from Safeway until Vail’s mom started mailing oversize bags of beans from home.UPDATED at pm with comments from Tobi Vail You know that obnoxious “viral” video that’s been going around that uses Bikini Kill’s riot grrrl classic “Rebel Girl” to try to make Hillary Clinton look like some sort of radical feminist revolutionary?
If you haven’t seen it yet you’re probably not going to, because Bikini Kill founding member Tobi Vail killed it dead with a prompt copyright infringement notice.
As a second disclaimer, I’m doing this because I’m feeling playful; as an exercise it’s a perfect example of how any data can be compared to any other data whatsoever without leading to enlightenment or meaning — why do it then? Not everything has to lead somewhere or mean something to be worth taking a crack at.