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    The MC5s Fine Art of Fucking Up - Kick out all the remaining unreleased jams, motherfuckers!

    Rock & roll is perfect right now, says MC5 bassist Michael Davis--that's why it just isn't any good. "Everything in music today is so processed," he says from his home in Pasadena, handing over a copy of the new MC5 box set. "They've lost the fine a...

    by DAVE CLIFFORD on December 23, 2004
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    OC Weekly Staff Mixtape Picks - Happy holidays, from some of the joyless jerks who bring you this music section:

    Dave Clifford Crass, "Reality Whitewash," Christ--The Album (Crass Records, 1982). "Every holiday season, I'm reminded of the year--1985--that I asked for Christ--The Album on my wish list. My dad--always very patient and understanding of my half-sh...

    on December 23, 2004
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    Joyful Noise - Tons of tunes for your holiday mixtape

    Illustration by Bob AulAs the rare time of year that has a built-in soundtrack--too bad Halloween tanked at "Monster Mash" and 80 percent of everything that ever came out of Danzig's mouth--the holidays are a nice time for a little reflection, for a...

    on December 23, 2004
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    Underdog Records

    Top 10 selling records from Dec. 6 to Dec. 12 at Underdog Records, 812 S. Coast Hwy., Laguna Beach, (949) 494-9490. Underdog specializes in punk, new wave and indie vinyl. Underdog has a large dub selection and also carries cds, t-shirts, cult-cla...

    by REX REASON on December 16, 2004
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    Moving Units

    Photo by Tenaya HillsMoving Units V20, Long Beach Fri, Dec. 9 Was that Paris Hilton? Oh, no, was THAT Paris Hilton? Was that that girl from some reality TV show? Was that, um, Johnny Knoxville? Aw, it was like you'd died and gone to Fox Sunday...

    by Chris Ziegler on December 16, 2004
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    Live Previews

    THE SHAPE SHIFTERS MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE Somewhere inside the web of freeways between the Orange Curtain and Los Angeles, a group of eight guys who call themselves the Shape Shifters are making some of the most diverse hip-hop songs on the she...

    on December 16, 2004
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    As the Worm Turns - Josh Slocums by any other name . . .

    Photo by Robb RosenfeldThe valet-parking lot outside the rebornRodman's might have been a few Hummers and Escalades shy of a luxury-car show (though there was a polished Bentley and a hot Ferrari), but inside, it was all ritz and glitz, with future ...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on December 16, 2004
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    The Rhinestone Cowboy - David Allan Coe, 1939-2019

    Courtesy OfficialDavidAllanCoe.comDavid Allan Coe, the forefather of outlaw country, was pronounced dead this morning. He was shot to death shortly after finishing his performance at the Galaxy Concert Enormodome and Municipal Spaceport. The shooter...

    by KARA ZUARO on December 16, 2004
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    Decibels of History - Washburns Orange Groove Show Encores

    Photo by James BunoanA year and a half after his OC rock-history exhibit was put on view at the Orange County Fair, the Weekly's own Jim Washburn is doing it all over again, only bigger, longer and better. And this time, it's in a real museum--the F...

    by Rich Kane on December 16, 2004
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    Battle-Scarred and Banged Up - But Chris Karns Deccatree win the war

    Photo by Lara MontagneHelluva trooper, Chris Karn. Dude'll stay up till 5 a.m. working in his recording studio and still show up for an interview later in the day, being all apologetic if he seems a bit foofy-headed as he speaks. Last month, his c...

    by Rich Kane on December 16, 2004
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    Street Trash Named Desire - Skateboards to Hell

    Photo by Matt OttoIt's hard not to wonder what kind of booger-eating mutants Street Trash must be: a recordcover with an ejaculating penis riding a skateboard, Dealing With It-era DRI meets Void punk delivered at roughly a zillion bpm (even a lyric ...

    by REX REASON on December 16, 2004
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    Eau De Toilette - The smell of Paris in the springtimeor the Brea Mall in December

    Photo by Amy Thelig "Buy my fragrance. It's sexy and hot--and so are all of you." This was the eloquent and understated conclusion to Paris Hilton's 30-second address during her appearance at Robinsons-May in the Brea Mall on Dec. 5--words that some...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on December 9, 2004
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    The Beat Farmers A.D.

    Photo by R. Nichols/D. Boss DesignsThe Beat Farmers A.D. Coach House, San Juan Capistrano Saturday, Dec. 4 All that was missing was fearless leader Country Dick Montana, who couldn't make this gig seeing as how he's dead. The "A.D." at the end...

    by Matt Coker on December 9, 2004
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    Live Previews

    Photo by Craig MortonBanyan Bitches Brew Stephen Perkins' instrumental Banyan project--it's sort of narrow and inaccurate to call them a band--gets to straddle rock, jazz, funk, punk, world music (flamenco guitar, Eastern modes and rhythm, Afric...

    on December 9, 2004
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    Shave

    Shave Trans Universal Worldwide Headchange Records Been awhile since we've heard from Shave, Long Beach's semi-renowned gang of psychotropic jesters. A long while--their previous disc, Jesus Shaves, came out six years ago, an eternity for any ...

    by Rich Kane on December 9, 2004
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    Dr. Freeclouds Electronic Music Boutique

    Top 10 selling records from Nov. 29 to Dec. 5 at Dr. Freecloud's Electronic Music Boutique, 2930 Bristol St., Ste. A-111, Costa Mesa, (714) 545-8811; www.drfreeclouds.com. Dr. Freecloud's is OC's source for electronic dance music and is currently ce...

    by REX REASON on December 9, 2004
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    Radio-Friendly Unit Shifter - Box set sheds new light on playful, pubescent, private side of Nirvana

    Photo by Chris CuffaroNirvana's impact into pop culture was so intenseand confounding that to this day, many of us--fans, bootleggers and self-styled cultural archivists alike--still sift through their curiously inconsistent material remains just to...

    by DAVE CLIFFORD on December 9, 2004
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    Making Life - Most music sucks, but Brett Cains doesnt

    Brett Cain is big. Six-feet-eight-inches-and-360-pounds big. And Brett Cain has big stories. The kind gained from four straight years on the road, playing music in clubs, bars, football stadiums and outdoor festivals, either headlining or opening ...

    by Joel Beers on December 9, 2004
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    Good Grief - The Littlest Man Band gets sloshed

    Courtesy Lisa HueyThe Littlest Man Band's ScottKlopfenstein has a platinum-selling skeleton in his closet--a not-so-littlest band called Reel Big Fish, which still packs 'em in almost 10 years after they started. But, says Klopfenstein, that's okay-...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on December 9, 2004
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    In the Midnite Hour - Thee Midniters never cared for ethnicityothers did

    Courtesy Mike CarcanoBelieve it or not--I'm looking at you here, Barbara Coe--there was once a time when the children of Mexican immigrants actually wanted to lose their ethnicity and be plain ol' Americans, when Jorge and Consuelo called themselves...

    by Gustavo Arellano on December 9, 2004
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