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Calling All Kings & Queens

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Calling All Kings & Queens
Calling All Kings & Queens cover.jpg
Compilation album by
Various artists
ReleasedMarch 20, 2001
GenreAlternative rock
LabelMr. Lady
Various artists chronology
New Women's Music Sampler
Calling All Kings & Queens
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic3/5 stars[1]

Calling All Kings & Queens is a sampler album of alternative rock songs by artists on the San Francisco, California based lesbian-feminist independent record label, Mr. Lady Records. It was released in March, 2001, following on from the label's first sampler released in 1999, entitled New Women's Music Sampler.

Track listing

  1. California Lightening: "Lugosi" – 2:53
  2. Le Tigre: "Sweetie" – 2:45
  3. Navy: "Safe Harbors" – 3:13
  4. Amy Ray: "Lucy Stoners" (live) – 4:02
  5. Darien Brahms: "Whistle Boat" – 3:09
  6. Kiki and Herb: "I'm Not Waiting" (Sleater-Kinney) – 2:13
  7. Sleater-Kinney:"Ballad of a Ladyman" (live) – 3:05
  8. The Sissies: "Everything in the World" – 2:10
  9. Heart Beats Red: "Set Me Up" – 2:28
  10. PME: "Cherries in the Snow" – 3:38
  11. The Crowns: "Shallow End" – 2:36
  12. The Butchies: "Disco" (live) – 3:08
  13. Tracy + the Plastics: "Oh Maria" – 2:27
  14. Origami: "Nancy Drew/Lions & Tigers" – 3:05
  15. Shelley Doty: "Seems Unlikely" – 4:14
  16. oriflamme: "My Own Private Ryan" – 2:35
  17. V for Vendetta: "The Fall of Terrok Nor" – 4:54
  18. Gretchen Phillips: "Eau Du Lesbianism" – 6:15


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