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    Another Great Band Bites It

    Photo by James BunoanGOFORTH, KINDERGARTEN THE GYPSY LOUNGE, LAKE FOREST SATURDAY, APRIL 10 There's one thing we've learned these many years, and that's how to cope with severe bouts of sonic depression. No, we're not talking about all the awful...

    on April 15, 2004
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    Blind Date - This kind of Rain we like

    Need an update on Vegas? Too bad. I wouldn't know; I'm still waiting on my invitation. But I can tell you that it's doing quite well, or at least it appeared to be last Saturday night when I spotted a line of cars docked in the valet line as I was...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on April 15, 2004
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    Prog-Rock Rules! - Embracing the once-fetid with Yes

    Among the curious phenomena associated with becoming an elderly sack of shit--for me, at least--has been a series of bewildering reappraisals of bands whose very existence I once found personally insulting. I no longer despise some of these acts wit...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on April 15, 2004
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    Debbie Does Disneyland - Blondie and Debbie Harry, burned-out but still smokin

    Debbie Harry is burned-out, but in a good way. During Blondie's 1999 tour for their comeback CD, No Exit, I was one of hundreds of over-30-somethings showered by my own spittle as I wildly shrieked whoooo-yeahs like a total ass while watching this a...

    by Stacy Davies on April 15, 2004
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    Jackson Browne

    Jackson Browne The Very Best of Jackson Browne Rhino/Electra Jackson Browne was the J.D. Salinger of the 1970s. He was raised in LAand OC and playing the local folk-rock club circuit ("Life became the Paradox, the Bear, the Rouge et Noir/And the...

    by CORNEL BONCA on April 8, 2004
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    Channeling Social D - Before there was Mike Ness, there was Tom Corvin, now a TV guy

    Photo by Luke EchterlingSocial Distortion, one of the most prolific and influential groups in American underground-rock history, established the pop-punk template that more polished outfits such as Green Day and the Offspring would eventually conver...

    by ANDREW MILLER on April 8, 2004
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    George W. Bush: Youve Been Punkd - Fat Mikes Punkvoter tour rocks the prez

    "Fat Mike" (Mike Burkett), the front man for seminal punk/hardcore band NOFX, very publicly hates two things: George Bush and doing interviews. The former because he's the locus of all that is evil, and the latter because there are just things the w...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on April 8, 2004
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    Proclaim This - More than a decade after walking 500 miles, the Proclaimers save pop rock with Born Innocent

    Like most white guys with an innate distaste for golf and Miracle Whip, I've desperately wanted to be black or Latino at various times. But now, in middle age, I find myself with a whole new and completely unexpected dilemma: suddenly and most un-Je...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on April 8, 2004
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    Goodnight, Brea! - Saying goodbye to Bar 330s Totally 80sAnd Hello

    It's Sunday night. You're bored. As per the eleventy thousand bored Sunday nights preceding it, you're sitting alone on your couch with a half-empty glass of Charlie Shaw--Cabernet or Merlot, it's your call--fumbling with the remote and debating whe...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on April 8, 2004
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    Goodnight, Brea! - Saying goodbye to Bar 330s Totally 80sAnd Hello

    It's Sunday night. You're bored. As per the eleventy thousand bored Sunday nights preceding it, you're sitting alone on your couch with a half-empty glass of Charlie Shaw--Cabernet or Merlot, it's your call--fumbling with the remote and debating whe...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on April 8, 2004
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    Goodnight, Brea! - Saying goodbye to Bar 330s Totally 80sAnd Hello

    Photo by Lisa HartIt's Sunday night. You're bored. As per the eleventy thousand bored Sunday nights preceding it, you're sitting alone on your couch with a half-empty glass of Charlie Shaw--Cabernet or Merlot, it's your call--fumbling with the remot...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on April 8, 2004
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    Hacienda Heights

    Pining for the music of Chris Gaffney? Costa Mesa's eminent elfin entertainer has taken his latest side-project on the road in search of fame, fortune, shots of free tequila and vermin-free sleeping quarters. The Hacienda Brothers--fronted by Gaff a...

    on April 1, 2004
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    Stupid Monitors - Fire, zombie kids and crappy sound conspire against Modest Mouse

    Photo by Piper FergusonThe kids, they sure do love them some Modest Mouse. When Modest Mouse comes to town, the kids, well, they go crazy! Out come the trucker hats, terry-cloth wrist warmers and aviator glasses; tickets are purchased; dates called;...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on April 1, 2004
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    Armageddon It!

    Photo by Tenaya HillsThe Orange County Music Awards Galaxy Concert Theater Saturday, March 27 You know the Orange County Music Awards has truly made a mark when the event starts attracting protestors. And there they were Saturday night out in fr...

    by Rich Kane on April 1, 2004
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    Beat on the Farmers - CD release party opens old wounds

    Even those of us who recorded homemade cowpunk tapes back in the early eighties, through partial use of borrowed Beat Farmers vinyls, found the band's August 2003 reunion show at the Coach House a revelation. Jerry Raney, Joey Harris, Rolle Love, Bu...

    by Matt Coker on April 1, 2004
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    Stuck In Dramaramaland - John Easdale is still all about the rock

    A group of childhood friends launched Dramarama in 1983 in the basement of a New Jersey record store, put out a 45, played every dank bar in the Tri-State area, and built a loyal following. When KROQ's Rodney Bingenheimer got his hands on their firs...

    by KAT JETSON on April 1, 2004
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    Its All Destiny, Guey - Control Machete continues to push el funkiness del flow

    Mexico City, early 1990s. DJs Toy Hernndez, Pato Chapa and Fermn IV of hip-hop trio Control Machete enter a grimy garage lugging a beat box, a turntable and some mikes. They're the only hip-hop act on a slate of punkeros and rockeros. When Control...

    on April 1, 2004
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    A Slice of Shredded Larynx Pie!

    Eyes of Fire Ashes to Embers Century Media You should know that the deceptively Goth-looking quintet Eyes of Fire can craft surround-sound supernovas in their sleep--and in less time than those anti-climactic build-ups that Tool specialized i...

    on March 25, 2004
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    Hair to kill for! - Metal Skool learn us good

    Glancing at the cluster of faded Motley Cre tour T-shirts and alarming acid-wash jeans gathered outside McClure's in Tustin last Thursday, I turned to my photographer, James Bunoan, and heaved the heaviest of sighs. "This. Is. Going to be. Terrible...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on March 25, 2004
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    Soul Celebration - James Moody keeps jazz fun

    Hey, remember when jazz was fun? Me, neither. But that's because I wasn't yet born in the days before jazz had largely become a highfalutin', eat-your-peas phenomenon, an anus-clenching genus of intellectual blackmail, replete with the thinly veil...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on March 25, 2004
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