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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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    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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    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 ...

    by Gustavo Arellano 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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    Piss and Vinegar - String Zebrahead up, they still won't die

    The last time we checked in with Zebrahead, they were shooting a video for "Playmate of the Year," the first single from their same-titled second album, at no less than the Playboy Mansion. It was a big-moneyed Playmate-festooned production. Even He...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on October 23, 2003
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    Big Old Goofy World - The art of the John Prine non-interview

    It displeases me greatly when a musician whom I admire refuses to grant an interview request. You can almost feel them grinning with smug satisfaction and self-importance from thousands of miles away, gloating over their status and control, as neute...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on October 23, 2003
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    Outkast Blast

    Photo by Torkil GudnasonWhat self-respecting lover of good and decent music everywhere, much less good and decent hip-hop, hasn't jumped on the Outkast bandwagon? Big Boi and Andre's new Speakerboxxx/The Love Below is easily the greatest double-disc...

    on October 16, 2003
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    Up from the Underground

    SPEACH IMPEDIMENTS XALOS, ANAHEIM FRIDAY, OCT. 3 If relatively unpublicized shows like this one keep springing up around the county, we'll have to stop branding them "underground." This address, after all, would be the unlikeliest of places ...

    on October 16, 2003
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    Death Cab For Cutie

    Transatlanticism Barsuk Given that Death Cab for Cutie front man Ben Gibbard is in the midst of the most successful era of his songwriting career, it's amusing that Transatlanticism begins with him idly observing, "So this is the new year/ And ...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on October 16, 2003
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    We Came From Beyond Volume 2

    Various Artists We Came From Beyond Volume 2 Razor & Tie Is hip-hop dull? No less an authority than Outkast's Andr 3000 says so. "I'm not really a fan of hip-hop like I used to be," he recently told Spin. That vote of no-confidence is a real ...

    by ANDREW ASCH on October 16, 2003
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    Oil Of Olivia - Basking in the glow of Newton-John

    Olivia Newton-John will uncork her purty li'l pipes this weekend at the Orange County Performing Arts Center, and I admit of my own free will that this doesn't gross me out. Today, hordes of teenage girls all gussied-up like Times Square trollops sh...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on October 16, 2003
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    Mommy Not Know!

    Photo by Matt OttoMy poor, poor mother. As I stumbled out of the house this morning, yawning and rubbing my eyes--I'd spent Sunday night mesmerized by roaring, masked 19-year-old art punks beating drums and thrashing around at Cero's in Anaheim--she...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on October 16, 2003
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    Aint Gonna Be Your Dog - A wealth of new local blues CDs

    Photo by Mark CastleYou all know the story of the blues, how it was birthed in the Deep South by Bing Crosby and Mary Martin and then came up the Mississippi like a wayward German submarine, piloted by the roughhewn likes of Sissyboy Armstrong, Terr...

    by JIM WASHBURN on October 16, 2003
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    Dark Lords of Friendster - The Main Frame just want to be loved

    Photo by James BunoanThe Main Frame aren't electroclash (here's our lunch money; now, please, don't ever say the word "electro" again), and they're not quite doing the retro thing, either (although their music blissfully tugs on our we-really-do-lov...

    by KAT JETSON on October 16, 2003
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    The Gossip

    THE GOSSIP UNDEAD IN NYC DIM MAK It's both brilliant and insane that heavy-gun-indie Dim Mak would put this out: the kids of America would do well to have their ears dirtied up a bit, but this recorded-to-answering-machine-tape-inside-the-soundp...

    by Chris Ziegler on October 9, 2003
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    Pastilla

    Pastilla Hey! Escchalo Records Exhibit J in Why Big Record Labels Will Die is Pastilla's latest chiming jewel, Hey! The Pomona quartet is one of the insultingly few local Latin-alternative outfits ever signed to a major record label, but BMG...

    on October 9, 2003
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    The Big One

    "Do you want a big hug or a small hug?" asked Wiley, the doorman at the Silver Fox in Long Beach. I hesitated, no stranger to his back-cracking big hugs--this man could easily double as a chiropractor if he wanted to. For an answer, I looked to the ...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on October 9, 2003
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