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    Rock & Roll Ass Love

    DC Special/Rattlesnakes/ Backstabbers/ It's Time to Rock Koo's Art Cafe Friday, April 13 This was a weekend that will go down in rock history. Poor Jesus can only wish he'd inspire such fevered devotion and love on Easter Sunday as AC/DC did on ...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 26, 2001
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    Still Desperate

    Tiger Army, X House of Blues Friday, April 6 Do you kids really need another review contrasting neopunk with vintage punk? Do you need to hear again how it's not the same as it was back in the day? How our anger was real, man, because of music-b...

    by Matt Coker on April 26, 2001
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    Around and Back - Delinquent Habits persistence of time

    Like the majority of young Latinos who sport Cholo wear (and who have nothing to do with gangs, guns or pit bulls), Delinquent Habits are an utterly positive hip-hop crew trying to eke out a legit living. They've had a tough time. Rappers Kemo and I...

    by ADAM BREGMAN on April 26, 2001
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    Spastic Colon - Buddy the Insult Comic Critic

    The Smothers Brothers have, for several decades, been a wonderful act . . . for me to poop on!!! Joshing aside, all the edgy TV comedy you currently enjoy--from the fecal-obsessive, gross-out humor of TV Funhouse to the sharp political satire of The...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on April 26, 2001
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    They Know Ian - Q and Not U storm the D.C. underground

    Washington, D.C., may have started out as swampland, but they built that city on rock & roll. Our nation's sweaty capital bred punk bands from Year One, boasting one of the most revered hardcore scenes ever. It led the underground scene around by it...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 26, 2001
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    Say Watt? - J Mascis comes to Anaheim, drags along punk legend

    Seeing your old teen rock heroes onstage again after your wonder years have passed can be a bit deflating. Sometimes you walk away from a show going, "Wow, my parents were right--those guys really do have nothing on Neil Diamond!" But with J Mascis,...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on April 26, 2001
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    To Da Break of Dawn - The Audiotistic rave goes (almost) all night

    The rave scene was born in warehouses and underground clubs, was chased by cops into the Riverside hinterland and has now moved back to the city. Audiotistic, one of last year's largest and most distinctive all-night, dance-music parties, comes to t...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on April 26, 2001
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    Video Review - That Darn Punk

    That Darn Punk bad, Vandals good. Good musicians, at least, but definitely not good filmmakers. The Vandals, one of the oldest OC-born punk-era bands still breathing, have made a straight-to-video movie, y'see. And as bands-doing-movie-projects go, ...

    by Rich Kane on April 26, 2001
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    Polka Politics - The evolution of Los Tigres del Norte

    By appearances alone, the members of Los Tigres del Norte are your stereotypical, male Mexican immigrants --mustachioed, a bit chubby, skin bronzed from countless hours of work under the sun, bedecked in tejanas and cowboy boots. But Los Tigres del ...

    by Gustavo Arellano on April 26, 2001
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    Mutant Chord Torture - XBXRX is rock & roll

    XBXRX could be the last best hope for rock & roll. But they aren't getting too excited about it. "It's nice for people to say we are re-defining rock or whatever," they say demurely. "But we personally don't agree with it. Everything we do, we're ...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 26, 2001
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    Creeped-Out & Alcoholic

    Pete Yorn Fingerprints Records Saturday, March 31 Pete Yorn plays KCRW music, the sort of relatively mellow, brainy tuneage that goes well with your morning cappuccino whilst you're perusing the latest Utne Reader. He's got a great, buzzed-abo...

    by Rich Kane on April 12, 2001
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    Brandon Trca - Blasting-cap tester, author of nothing, manager of no one and singer for the band Super Bright Light

    Photo by Jeanne Rice>Frank Black, Dog In the Sand. A momentous record for Frank, in which he finally comes to terms not only with his own past but also with Kim Deal. I mean, let's be honest--he was supposed to write "Smells Like Teen Spirit." >Ge...

    on April 12, 2001
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    Mixology - Dub innovator Mad Professor messes with your head

    Mad Professor is one of many undermentioned, underground groundbreakers in the art of electronic sound manipulation. In his long career, he has been involved with more than 100 albums, both those in his own extensive catalog as well as a slew of rem...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on April 12, 2001
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    Le Shok Shocker - The most dangerous band in Orange County is dead, maybe

    Photo by James BundanThey were the worst band ever. Or maybe they were geniuses. Or maybe they were just spoiled assholes--frat boys in white ties and gutter-mod garb. Or maybe they were pretty nice guys--if you ever made an effort to talk to them, ...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 12, 2001
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    Doo-Doo-Doo-Doo-Doo - Vocal group orgy in Cerritos!

    Every vintage music form--from swing, rockabilly and country-blues to honky-tonk, Dixieland and bebop --has been hauled from its inky grave and proffered as something fresh and exciting. This has actually been a good thing: some of my favorite moder...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on April 12, 2001
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    Here Comes Captain Cynical

    Wonderlove/Nice The Gypsy Lounge Saturday, March 10 So you go to South By Southwest, one of these big, megasized, music-industry confabs, wishing to find a few new bands worthy of ink so the people back home will know just who is sweet and rig...

    by Rich Kane on April 5, 2001
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    Darren Roberts - Freelance sculptor and painter, bassist for Handsome Devil

    Photo by Jeanne Rice>The Descendents. This legendary punk band was and still is a big influence on today's pop punk bands. Front man Milo Aukerman was a pioneer of poppy girl songs, and Karl Alvarez is the reason I started playing bass. >Bad Brain...

    on April 5, 2001
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    Applied Rock & Roll - The Applicators new-school lessons from an old-school punk

    A rock-star mom like Courtney Love may have the luxury of a live-in nanny and first-class hotels when she goes on tour, but when the two young mothers in the up-and-coming band the Applicators roll down the highway in a small van, it's a long way fr...

    by ARRISSIA OWEN on April 5, 2001
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    Arlo Is Crap-Free - Do you know how rare that is?!

    Photo by Stephen ManningAbout three weeks ago, I turned my back on the thankless task of always chasing what's new and decided instead to just listen to whatever the hell I want, regardless of how many friends I lose in the process. But the real p...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on April 5, 2001
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    The Velvet Voz - Anterciopelados articulate, amorous activism

    Andrea Echeverri has the Voice. Not the voice of the First World--neither suburban Gwen Stefani nor urban Madonna--but the voice of the urban Third World, an instrument of goodwill and terrible retribution: the voice of indigenous people, love and a...

    on April 5, 2001
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