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Dedicating Chapman's Commie Girl Pencil Sharpener and Hole Punch

By about 9:30 p.m., Dena and I had had enough, so we scooted over to Linda's Doll Hut for the best bill we've seen in some time. Loogie's punk-rock-girl shrieker sang lots of songs about food, from feeding you a knuckle sandwich to bringing home the bacon to something about cake. We dug 'em! Phatter Than Albert were an awesome Las Vegas band whose very Red Hot Chili Peppers-y funk-rap was tight and funny. We like white-boy rap, no matter what The Offspring says! And Burnin Groove were in better form than we've ever seen them: loud and fast but more than a little melodic. Their closing cover of "Time Warp" had everyone pelvic thrusting, or maybe it was just us (drummer Steve Lynch does a mean Columbia). But for the life of us, we couldn't figure out why there were so many more women at the Doll Hut than usual. We just don't get it!

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