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    Out of This World - DJ Tim Sweeney spins the songs that make the whole world dance

    Planet Earth would BE a far better place to dance if more DJs were like Tim Sweeney. Bands such as Escort would rule the dance floor, as club-goers everywhere demanded "All That She Is" in place of, well, any other track I can think of. But seriousl...

    by ROBERT ACOSTA on February 15, 2007
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    Twin Cities Strut - Morris Day and the Time

    While recently luxuriating in the frigid City of Lightbulbs, basking among the frozen fountains and shivering tourists, I had the opportunity to see the Prince tribute "Purple Reign." His Purple Majesty is big money in Vegas these days--a weekend re...

    by SEAN O'CONNELL on February 15, 2007
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    Fais Do-Do - Beausoleil

    Michael Doucet is crazy about Cajun music. And as the leader of Beausoleil, the best Cajun band on the planet for the past 30 years, he knows better than anyone that in order to survive, the genre must be an ever-evolving journey with fresh detours....

    by JOHN ROOS on February 15, 2007
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    Change What You Can - ARIANO,MUSIC2BREAKUP2 (Technicali Sound)

    Here, my dear: LD and Ariano's vocal half debrides a broken heart with a seasonally-themed solo release that puts Marvin Gaye's divorce sentiment over Large Professor production. Faithful Technicali fans will note that this is a very individual effo...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 8, 2007
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    Step by Step - Mark Reynado, Marketing Director, the Block at Orange

    The Block's Marketing Director Mark Reynado wants you to come to his shopping center. He might even book your band--if that's what it takes. What are your responsibilities at the Block? My main responsibility is to promote the shopping center an...

    by REX REASON on February 8, 2007
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    Railroad Accident - Bobby Brown crawls out of the wreckage and waits for help to arrive

    We haven't exactly grown up with Bobby Brown, but it seems like he's always been there for us. We have grown accustomed to that confident gaze, forever fighting to compensate for the fuzzstache just below. His occasional handle, "King of the Stage,"...

    by SAM MCPHEETERS on February 8, 2007
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    Ah Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha - FEB. 8-FEB. 15

    THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8 Fingerprintsblows rock bureaucracy out again with another in-store by a billion-dollar touring band: last week was Peter/Bjorn/John and this week is Sparklehorse's Mark Linkous, who is touring with Sunn 0)))/Boris sad aux singe...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 8, 2007
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    Hits!

    Top ten records sold from January 26 to February 1 at THE NOIZE MUSIC, 4237 Campus Dr., Ste. B155, Irvine, (949) 861-4884. The Noize Music carries new and used CDs and DVDs, as well as rock posters and merchandise. "We're an alternative to the major...

    by REX REASON on February 8, 2007
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    Anti-Bling - The Roots

    For a crash course in the Roots, last year's Game Theory is ideal. Regardless of how heavily you weigh the genius of Phrenology or the folly of The Tipping Point, the troupe's Def Jam debut is a handy fusion of the one's dizzy daring and the other's...

    by DOUG WALLEN on February 8, 2007
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    in the Mouth of a Desert - Where the Henry Clay People exude orange-ness

    The Henry Clay People might bring to mind the swagger a grizzled bar-band opening for, say, the Hold Steady, but they put forward an unmistakably local sound. In much the same way that Television recalls the concrete and steel of New York City with ...

    by MILES CLEMENTS on February 8, 2007
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    Pottymouths - Blowfly

    Clarence "Blowfly" Reid is a nasty guy who sings nasty songs. Once a straight and narrow songwriter who worked with a variety of mainstream talents, Blowfly turned in the early days of the '70s to constructing rude and offensive parodies that indulg...

    by KATE CARRAWAY on February 8, 2007
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    Hybrids Run Amok - Bob Weir and Ratdog

    I'm going to suppress my almost medical need to make fun of the hippie noise that is Bob Weir and Ratdog, because it would be in my best interests to stay on the good side of (probable Ratdog fan) Executive Editor Matt Coker. So. Here goes. Bob We...

    by KATE CARRAWAY on February 8, 2007
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    The Outsiderer - Benbenek, Third Toga Party From the Sun, Houseplant Picture Studio

    File Third Toga Party From the Sun under Outsider Music--not that I put any stock in that label; it's meaningless and stupid--but because I like Benbenek, and I want him to make it. And given music today, it's unlikely he'll be successful unless his...

    by KEVIN FERGUSON on February 8, 2007
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    Hits! - THE NOIZE MUSIC

    Top ten records sold from January 26 to February 1 at THE NOIZE MUSIC, 4237 Campus Dr., Ste. B155, Irvine, (949) 861-4884. The Noize Music carries new and used CDs and DVDs, as well as rock posters and merchandise. "We're an alternative to the major...

    by REX REASON on February 8, 2007
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    Keep It Like a Secret - Frankie the Face, DJ, The Secret Affair

    What's the story of the Secret Affair? Three and a half years ago my friends were putting on Seventeen Seconds--this little '60s soul night. One of the DJs dropped out and I joined. We wanted to keep it '60s and soul and in the Long Beach and Oran...

    by REX REASON on February 1, 2007
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    CD Review - The Apples in Stereo, New Magnetic Wonder, Simian/Elephant 6/Yep Rock Records

    Bad news for you fingers-and-toes-counting musicians out there: turns out math isbecoming exceedingly important in composition. And not just clap-clap-clap count the beats math, but whiz-kid mathematics, like the kind behind the "Non-Pythagorean" sc...

    by KATE CARRAWAY on February 1, 2007
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    What Is There to Do - FEB. 1-FEB. 8

    THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1 Isn't life a blast / just like living in the past? Japan's Polysics franchise Devo with the diligent singularity of purpose that comes from living in a yellow jumpsuit in a yellow submarine. Cultural compression makes cultural...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 1, 2007
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    Hits! - Rhino Records

    HiTS! Top ten records sold from January 19 to January 25 at RHINO RECORDS, 235 Yale Ave., Claremont, (909) 626-7774; www.rhinorecords.cc. Rhino Records carries new and used CDs and LPs--rock, jazz, punk, soul, world and more--as well as DVDs, toys...

    by REX REASON on February 1, 2007
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    In the Light - Blank Tapes take the dark out of night

    What was Emitt Rhodes doing in his parents' house in Hawthorne? Same as Matt Adams (performing always as the Blank Tapes) would do in his own parents' house in Costa Mesa. They both could sit down and make teenage symphonies in a garage and they bot...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 1, 2007
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    I Want More - BLOW UP BLOW, SUPER TONIGHT/SUPER TONIGHT (AMISH RIOT MIX) 12 SINGLE, SPINAL RECORDS

    So how the darkness doubled: long time cooling for Blow Up Blow's "Super Tonight" single, which was a signature song when they used to play it in 2004 but which needed a just-so recording to get it right. Fine with me: this double A-side maxi-single...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 1, 2007
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