The first song, "All Women Are Bitches," opens up 36C with an angry roar about the frustrations of getting screwed over by a husband. The music is upbeat and falls into the comparison of L7 and early Hole, but it doesn't fully represent this band even if it was their most well-known song. The rest of this CD has more of a laid-back feel to it without crossing over into cutesy indie-pop territory. Some tracks on here stand out like the ultracatchy "Don't" and "Donna," but unfortunately, a lot of this falls into the "heard it all before" category.
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AllMusic Review by Mike DaRonco