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    Jewboy Salvation - Admitting the hots for Simon & Garfunkel

    It's like this: I'm a Simon & Garfunkel fanboy, I admit it. I'm more excited about the potential of Paul 'n' Artie's much-ballyhooed reunion tour than any recent event I can readily recall. That's not because seeing them perform all the old hits in ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on November 20, 2003
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    Mondo Generator

    Photo by Deborah ViereckMondo Generator A Drug Problem That Never Existed Ipecac Recordings If Queens of the Stone Age earned a reputation for artsy cool with their 2002 album Songs for the Deaf, then Queens bassist Nick Oliveri hilariously sq...

    by ANDREW ASCH on November 13, 2003
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    Laurels and Darts

    Aterciopelados The Grove, Anaheim Friday, Oct. 24 The Grove was only two-fifths full two Fridays ago--and a sparse two-fifths at that. A singular note, Also Sprach Zarathustra-like in its bombastic length and zoom, greeted fans as they entered t...

    on November 13, 2003
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    Daude

    Photo by Emmanuel BernanrdDade Neguinha Te Amo Narada Dade tames all the rhythms of Brazil into a coherent album on Neguinha te Amo (Black Girl, I Love You), and still injects radical politics not seen in Brazilian pop music since the zenith o...

    on November 13, 2003
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    Shhhhhhh! - A Halloween how-not-to-do

    Photo by Jessica CalkinsDuring the course of my 22 riveting years here on Earth, I've managed to learn a thing or two--how to make a mean batch of butterscotch haystacks and to do The Hustle--but I'm a little behind when it comes to "time management...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on November 13, 2003
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    Dark Pallets

    Fletcher Harrington The Ghost in the Choir Lopie Records Working in the rootsy Johnny Cash/Flying Burrito Brothers/ Wilco vein, Fletcher Harrington (who splits time between fronting Cowboy Buddha and working as a solo artist) has previously craf...

    by JOHN ROOS on November 13, 2003
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    Mondo Generator

    Mondo Generator A Drug Problem That Never Existed Ipecac Recordings If Queens of the Stone Age earned a reputation for artsy cool with their 2002 album Songs for the Deaf, then Queens bassist Nick Oliveri hilariously squanders it with this spa...

    by ANDREW ASCH on November 13, 2003
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    Protest Punks Not Dead! - Against Me! throw bricks in Seattle

    Once you get past the boring genre conventions, modern folk music and punk rock have a lot in common. At their best, they're both honest forms of protest music inspired by the specific (that whole country-going-down-the-shitter thing) as well as the...

    by REX REASON on November 13, 2003
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    Wiggers With Attitude - The Righteous Brothers, back in the hood

    Editor's Note--The following story was published shortly before the death of Bobby Hatfield was announced late Wednesday. According to the All Music Guide, "Blue-eyed soul refers to soul and R&B music performed and sung by white musicians." Today we...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on November 13, 2003
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    Get Everywhere - The Willowzs positively possibly true tales

    Photo by Matt OttoThe following stories about the Willowz could not be verified at press time: The Willowz did all but one show of their first national tour with a fiftysomething transsexual named Kat Kitty as their chauffeur. The Willowz's bassis...

    by Chris Ziegler on November 13, 2003
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    Arnold Uber Alles!

    Back in 1985, John Easdale sang about a crazy ex-wife on the Dramarama hit "Anything Anything (I'll Give You)." Now he offers a tune inspired by insanity of another kind: this month's gubernatorial recall. Easdale, a La Habra resident, takes a jab a...

    on November 6, 2003
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    Dont Spare Me - Lucky Strikes cosmic bowling utopia

    Photo by Jessica CalkinsConsidering that my previous excursions to the Block at Orange included food poisoning from the now-fallen Falafel King and an eerie encounter with some much-too-smiley cult recruiters, it was with justifiable trepidation tha...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on November 6, 2003
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    The Tyranny of Irony - Thrice havent heard any good jokes lately

    Thrice singer/guitarist Dustin Kensrue believes in social activism, the power of music to change the world, taking responsibility for your actions, absolute morals, and seeking out truth. Because he doesn't shy away from writing political songs, and...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on November 6, 2003
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    Reconstructing Zappa - Don Preston and Project/Object raise Frank from the grave

    I've had little use for the Frank Zappa-themed tribute bands and side projects that began popping up even before Zappa died, concentrating as they largely did on his later oeuvre, such silliness as "Valley Girl," "Don't Eat the Yellow Snow" and "Dis...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on November 6, 2003
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    Elliott Smith 1969-2003

    Singer/songwriter Elliott Smith was found dead in his Echo Park apartment Oct. 21. He was 34. News of Elliott Smith's death by a self-inflicted stab to the heart wasn't what you could call a shock, unless the shock came from how perfectly expressi...

    on November 6, 2003
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    Pushing Kinda Sorta Hard - Sky Saxon & the Seeds live the myth

    If singer Sky Saxon had died young, the Seeds would have been the Doors. And if Jim Morrison had lived way too long, the Doors would be the Seeds: cool, but not cooled-off; mercifully unknown to denizens of frat houses and yuppie bars; and churning ...

    by Chris Ziegler on November 6, 2003
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    Don't Be Afraid to Boot - Revisiting college with the boys from Urban Outfitters U.

    Tenaya HillsWalking into the Special People's Club at Memphis on Saturday night was like reading a page ripped from my dog-eared copy of Don't Be Afraid to Boot: How to Survive Your First College Kegger-better known as my journal from a few years ag...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on October 23, 2003
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    Doggy Fizzle - SNOOP DOGG, HOUSE OF BLUES, ANAHEIM, SUNDAY, OCT. 12

    It seemed appealing on the surface: big-name music act plays intimate club at dirt-cheap ticket price. But a bargain is rarely a bargain, and the trade-offs for everyone who turned out for this gig were abundant, particularly for those of us who pri...

    on October 23, 2003
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    SYNONYM ROCK! - Greater California Somber Wurlitzer (Nine-song full-length CD)

    Long Beach's Greater California are so consistent in the production of indescribably wonderful aural soundscapes that we found ourselves grabbing for our thesaurus while listening to this, their second full-length. After a while, we came up with suc...

    on October 23, 2003
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    Break up to Make Up - Gustavo Cerati owned Latin America, threw it away, then won it back

    The rock en espaol galaxy sputtered a collective gasp of disbelief in 1997 when Gustavo Cerati dissolved Soda Stereo. First an Argentine phenomenon, then the South American nation's finest non-soccer export, then-by the early '90s-one of the first ...

    on October 23, 2003
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