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    Chambered - Insert Freudian reference about Revolvers gestation here

    Photo by Tenaya HillsIt' s difficult to imagine anyone successfully pulling off a night of visual art and experimental music inside the catacomb-like basement that is La Cave, but that's exactly what local DJ/Everywhere Man Sean Sloan is attempting ...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on April 22, 2004
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    Spinal Tap, Minus Irony

    Ahhh, the Darkness, that Brit-bred band of glammy revivalists and their seductive aura of next-big-thingness who opted to bypass OC altogether on this tour, thereby forcing us to trek down to San Diego to engage them in a proper sonic deconstruction...

    by Rich Kane on April 22, 2004
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    Works Well With Sports Bloopers - No sleep till Wembley for Bad Dudes

    Photo by Kat JetsonIt's no easy task getting all the members of a band in one room to sit down for an interview--especially if the band has six people in it. But we did manage to get three Bad Dudes inside our abode: timely synthmeister and ex-Frien...

    by KAT JETSON on April 22, 2004
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    When He Was a Young Dude - A David Bowie list

    SEVEN THINGS I LOVE ABOUT DAVID BOWIE 1The man has great taste in guitar players--Mick Ronson, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Adrian Belew, just for starters. That shit almost mitigates the whole Brian Eno problem (see "Seven Things I Hate About David Bowie,...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on April 22, 2004
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    Dead Boy to Man - Cheetah Chrome could be your dad

    A guy who calls himself Cheetah Chrome? You'd expect him to be punk. You'd be disappointed. But much to my aghast, Mr. Chrome (born Gene O'Connor), legendary '70s punk rocker, founding guitarist of Rocket From the Tombs, and later the Dead Boys,...

    by THEO DOUGLAS on April 22, 2004
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    Murder on Memory Lane

    I'M GONNA STAB YOU s/t EP (Sect 530) We had it pretty good in 1998: we could carry nail clippers on the airliner, and we could see bands that didn't consider Blink-182 old school, but we couldn't really bring it home with us--didn't even have CDR...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 15, 2004
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    Murder on Memory Lane

    Murder on Memory Lane I'M GONNA STAB YOU s/t EP (Sect 530) We had it pretty good in 1998: we could carry nail clippers on the airliner, and we could see bands that didn't consider Blink-182 old school, but we couldn't really bring it home with u...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 15, 2004
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    Clemente

    Clemente TEETH MEASURE THE NEED MOODSWING Clemente--as in "San" or "Roberto," we aren't sure--are from the microscopic burg of Snellville, Georgia, a mosquito splat on the Atlanta-Athens highway. And it's probably the kind of godforsaken hellh...

    by Rich Kane on April 15, 2004
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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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