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    Booty Tears - The sad but fruitful year of Los Abandoned

    Lady P. and Don Verde were despondent a year ago. Products of broken homes, each had also recently endured the breakups of their respective bands--Lady P.'s Pescadores Pescadores and Verde's Tijuana Bibles. So the two found themselves spending hours...

    on March 6, 2003
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    Sex Divas and Jazz Police - Terence Blanchard explains it all for you

    Among the more gratifying jazz journeys over the past 20 years has been the transformation of trumpeter Terence Blanchard from a "young lion" into something resembling a dominant silverback. He came to prominence in the '80s along with such kindred ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on March 6, 2003
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    Metal? Christian? Gay? - Queer talk with Kings Xs Doug Pinnick

    Metal bands aren't very interesting. Black men fronting metal/punk bands? Seen it before--Bad Brains, Living Colour, Body Count. Christian black men in metal bands? There's that guy in POD, and . . . give us an hour, we'll find another. Gay Christia...

    by Rich Kane on March 6, 2003
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    Saucers

    SAUCERS WHAT WE DID GRAND THEFT AUDIO After years spent moldering in some Connecticut closet, the last elusive component of the Cleveland proto-punk trifecta is finally getting a little sun. When godhead group Rocket From the Tombs split in 1976...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 27, 2003
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    Bersuit Vergarabat

    BERSUIT VERGARABAT DE LA CABEZA CON BERSUIT VERGARABAT UNIVERSAL The only chance Argentina has of surviving its current hell will originate from the country's mad-as-fuck music groups and their fans. And from this seething underclass, the ablest...

    by Gustavo Arellano on February 27, 2003
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    Bullshit, Booze & Belching!

    PRIMER JARIPEO DEL AO ARROWHEAD POND, ANAHEIM SUNDAY, FEB. 16 Now that the stench has somewhat dissipated from the bull plop that was this year's Primer Jaripeo del Ao, here are some recommendations for the organizers if they want to make it s...

    on February 27, 2003
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    Vanishing River Songs - Hot blondes like Lanternas NPR music

    It seemed like hopping a fast train to obscurity. In the early '90s, Henry Frayne took a break from the flagging fortunes of his rock group Moon Seven Times and started making tapes of his exotic solo guitar music. The tuneage avoided anything rem...

    by ANDREW ASCH on February 27, 2003
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    SK8ER BOI

    Photo by James BunoanLong before those twits from Jackass ever dreamed of putting stapler to nut sack, pro skateboarder John Lucero and his equally loony cohorts were fucking shit up old-school style. What exactly does that mean? We're not sure eith...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on February 27, 2003
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    No Generation Gap - Dead Moon, the music too tough to die

    A good set from Dead Moon is like a visit from your spirit guide: rock & roll tearing straight out of the long, dark, guitar/bass/drums as both folk way and primal howl (and either way, you get the feeling the Sasquatch--who's from the same Pacific ...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 27, 2003
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    Worn and Weary

    THE MICHAEL MILLER CRUSADE WHEN WE COME TO (11-TRACK FULL-LENGTH CD) The alt.-country world satiates itself with troubadours whose playing styles are little-changed from the days on the range, but try explaining that to Michael Miller. On his fu...

    on February 20, 2003
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    Pelvic Persuasions!

    Photo by James Bunoan CHEAP LAYS, ROLLING BLACKOUTS, MYSTERY GIRLS ALEX'S BAR, LONG BEACH SUNDAY, FEB. 10 The Cheap Lays--featuring noted local LA rock scribe Namella J. Kim on bass and art-rocker Brett Schultz on guitar, sockless tonight for no...

    on February 20, 2003
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    Revolucion Grrrl Style Now! - Dominatrix make you hurt real bad

    It's hard to find a Dominatrix album if you want one. We found ours burned onto a CD-R and bundled in a receipt from a fax machine, sunning itself on a lawn chair outside a petite dollhouse apartment, tracked down after a series of late-night secret...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 20, 2003
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    Twang Bangers - Drag the Rivers country-punk ethos

    Depending on how late it's getting and how many drinks have been chugged, certain names inevitably pop up when the conversation turns to Who Was the First Punk: Iggy Pop? No. Johnny Cash? No. Hank Williams? No. Lao Tzu? Wait--he was the first hippie...

    by REX REASON on February 20, 2003
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    Un-Google-able - The Rattlesnakes put a foot in your arse

    Photo by Jeanne RiceMost everyone I talk to about the Rattlesnakes agrees they're one of the best bands in SoCal. They also agree they're one of the most A) weird, B) bitchy (actually, guitarist Candice Getten seems proud of that one) and C) sociall...

    by KAT JETSON on February 20, 2003
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    Getting It Right - Bolcoms stupendous Songs

    Photo by Stan ShoukEven if William Bolcom's Songs of Innocence and of Experience were less excellent than it mostly is, it would rank as a monument to rampant artistic ambitiousness and, for that matter, sheer artistic gall. The fact that last week'...

    by ALAN RICH on February 20, 2003
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    Hubby Hunting

    THE DIVINE COMEDY/RICHARD SWIFT THE DETROIT BAR WEDNESDAY, JAN. 29 "He's beautiful!" "He's Irish!" "He has a child!" These were one woman's chaste and breathless descriptions of Neil Hannon, singer/songwriter for the Divine Comedy. And it was ...

    on February 13, 2003
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    Sneaky Good

    TRESPASSERS WILLIAM DIFFERENT STARS (11-TRACK FULL-LENGTH) Pain is good, or at least it can be when shared by the likes of Trespassers William. The Costa Mesa art-rock band create ethereal, haunting tunes that, because of their shimmering beaut...

    by JOHN ROOS on February 13, 2003
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    Nothing to Prove - Ikey Owens and the sonic politics of race

    Photo by Jeanne RiceTouring with indie rock faves Mars Volta was a typical rock-star journey for Ikey Owens. There were rabid fans, criminally boring van trips and nights of keyboard banging with a band he loved. The crowd reactions were typical, to...

    by ANDREW ASCH on February 13, 2003
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    Psychotic Reaction - Who are the Mystery Girls?

    Now is the time for Beethoven to get fucked. As a child prodigy, he was something of a fraud--his dad fudged his age by two years so he'd be more competitive against Mozart--and thus cast a shadow of suspicion over all god-gifted kids to follow, up ...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 13, 2003
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    A Rivers Runs Through It

    AM RADIO CHAIN REACTION, ANAHEIM SUNDAY, JAN. 26 So, mixed in among the unsolicited CD-ROMs of bands doing Pennywise-by-numbers punk and the misspelled press releases that we usually get (thanks, Fairview!) was something a little unusual: a let...

    by JASON THORNBERRY on February 6, 2003
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