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    Now Wait for Last Year - Kill Me Tomorrow is alive and well and living on Earth

    Zack Wentz was lucky to get the voice he has: deliberate with fatigue, flat as a pane of plastic, a little chipped around the edges, a little thin at its center. We talk today by rotary telephone. It suits him perfectly, subtracts the last shreds of...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 5, 2004
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    Jonathan Richman, Citizen - The modern lover lives in the modern world

    Jonathan Richman has been listening a bunch to Aqnazar, a one-named, timeless-voiced singer/accordion player from Tajikistan. It's not the easiest stuff to find, so he thought you might want to know the website for Aqnazar's French distributor: www....

    by JIM WASHBURN on February 5, 2004
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    Get Yourself Arrested - The cartoon world of Gomez

    Gomez don't have plans to check out the Magic Kingdom during their Orange County stay, singer/guitarist Tom Gray confesses with a chuckle. Then, more seriously, he asks, "What's the story on the venue there? I noticed it's on Disneyland Drive or som...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on February 5, 2004
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    Tough & Tender

    Rick Shea & Patty Booker Our Shangri-LA Tres Pescadores Records Talk about chemistry: Our Shangri-LA establishes just how beautifully local scenesters Rick Shea and Patty Booker work and sound together. Produced by the San Berdu-raised, Covina-...

    by JOHN ROOS on January 29, 2004
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    Your new favorite bands!

    Photo by James BunoanLIMBECK/ROCKY VOTOLATO/THE PALE/THE PLUS ONES/ THE ENERGY CHAIN REACTION, ANAHEIM SATURDAY, JAN. 24 Here's a shocker: a five-band bill at the Chain, where we actually have something to say that registers in the Nice-to-Slob...

    by Rich Kane on January 29, 2004
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    Damn Right, Its Better Than Yours - Kelis "Milkshake" deconstructed

    Kelis' "Milkshake" has been stuck in my head for weeks. It is a masterpiece of awfulness, so completely, weirdly bad that my mind refuses to let it go. In a sadly futile effort to purge "Milkshake" from my brain, I have dissected the lyrics line by ...

    by GREG STACY on January 29, 2004
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    We Just Wont Take That Trash! - Our oughta be punk karaoke primer

    Photo by James BunoanPunk karaoke is where it was all going to end up anyway--the thing about these times is that do-it-yourself is really just a big arrow pointing toward here-we'll-do-it-for-you, a symptom of the service economy that keeps most pe...

    by Chris Ziegler on January 29, 2004
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    Like Drugs! - Thats what Johnny Mathis voice is!

    Prepare to abandon all preconceived notions about Johnny Mathis, every last one of the retarded impressions lurking about in your squalid little limbic cortex. You know you have 'em, Elwood--know you approach Mathis the way you do Neil Diamond, as l...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on January 29, 2004
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    The Heart of Rock & Roll - GameWorks Rock N Roake will make you a star!

    Photo by James BunoanThey booed me. I couldn't believe it: I had but barely stumbled onto the stage, and the people, they were booing. Certainly, this was not what I had imagined when the kind folks from Long Beach's brand-new GameWorks invited me t...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on January 29, 2004
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    Still Partying at Ground Zero - Fishbone ages well

    Thinking back over what I listened to in high school is like looking through my yearbook: pretty embarrassing. For every band or musician I still play, there are three or four more--the Kajagoogoos of their day. For some people, Fishbone epitomize...

    by THEO DOUGLAS on January 29, 2004
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    Andres Cabas

    Andres Cbas Contacto EMI Latin Any singer who whispers sexily, "My head is telling me/'She's a serpent/Grab her by the ass!'" over a sumptuous rock-cumbia backbeat warrants attention, but "La Caderona" is actually one of the more mundane highli...

    on January 22, 2004
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    Naked Juice

    Photo by Ofer MosesRusty Anderson Undressing Underwater Oxide Records We first became aware of Rusty Anderson's masterful fretwork in May 2002, when he played in Paul McCartney's touring band at the Arrowhead Pond. The La Habra High grad sang ...

    by GEORGE A. PAUL on January 22, 2004
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    The Marriage of Frankfurters & Punk Rock

    Photo by James BunoanSaturday night, Jan. 17. The parking lot outside the Wienerschnitzel on the corner of McFadden and Harbor in Santa Ana is an inauspicious venue. But there was Stitches singer Mike Lohrman, loading up chili dogs with neon-yellow ...

    by JAMES BUNOAN on January 22, 2004
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    Stuck in Thee Garage - Nobody Listens to TechnoExcept Mick Collins

    Photo by James BunoanMick Collins: To some people, that's who you go to for answers. He sings and plays guitar for Detroit's Dirtbombs now--the band pushing the heaviest rhythm section out of Michigan since Bob Seger's "Ivory"--but he's been around ...

    by Chris Ziegler on January 22, 2004
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    To Tell the Truth - Hermosa Beach ills, the Liquid Dens 17 Seconds Thrills

    Photo by Tenaya HillsConsidering that my previous trip to Hermosa Beach involved a house party full of drunken, Journey-obsessed air guitar enthusiasts and a Gollum-like investigator for the Securities and Exchange Commission who insisted upon repea...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on January 22, 2004
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    Ready for the Country - Genre-jumping with Limbeck

    The open highway has long been a wellspring of great literature, poetry and music, a blurry perpetual-motion muse beckoning with adventure, lust, decadence, violence and heartbreak. Especially for unheralded workaholic touring bands, who live a cons...

    by Rich Kane on January 22, 2004
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    No Durn Fool - Doc Watson is a hillbilly, damn right

    Behold ye, milk-fed city slickers, the imperial countenance of old-timey songster Doc Watson: craggy, stony, lined and timeworn; baked like hardtack; magnificently primal, yet full of tacit mountain wisdom. Faces like this come to us in modern times...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on January 22, 2004
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    Bands, Review Thyselves!

    Photo by James BunoanMonroe/Coming Close/Ferlin/847 Chain Reaction, Anaheim Sunday, Jan. 11 Short-Attention-Span Night at Chain Reaction--six bands, 25-minute sets apiece, all within four and a half hours. Buy 'em by the sack! First up were a ...

    by Rich Kane on January 15, 2004
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    Tuning in, turning on

    The storyline of local commercial music radio is euphoria punctuated by heartbreak. Witness the gory death toll of much-beloved stations that have been shit-canned for something far more sonically flaccid in the past 20 years: KMET, KEDG, Groove Rad...

    on January 15, 2004
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    Going Out of My Head - Sneezes and stupid pen tricks at the Continental Room

    Photo by Jessica Calkins "So, you know any neat pen tricks?" asked my new friend Nico, eyeing the blue Bic pen I'd been absent-mindedly tapping on the bar. "Not really," I replied, before taking a sip from my amaretto sour--the new, improved 2004:...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on January 15, 2004
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