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    Groovy, Baby!

    Photo by Jeanne RiceThe Orange County Fair is about many things: deep-fried Twinkies, puke-o-rific carny rides, hot new cleaning solvents, THE BIGGEST HORSE IN THE WORLD and, this year, Duran Duran reunion shows. But nestled quietly in a corner of t...

    on July 24, 2003
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    Stupid Tanned Hot Chicks - Always bringin me down!

    My face hurts. It's a radish of sun-scorched flesh, and I blame the ladies. Yes, the ladies! Last Saturday, after 15 whole minutes of deliberation on possible attire for my Club Privatedebut, I settled on a tight black Footloose!tank top and shimm...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on July 24, 2003
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    Remember the Maines - The Dixie Chicks vs. the galoot Gestapo

    If I were married to Natalie Maines, I'd hunt down Toby Keith and beat him cross-eyed with a Louisville Slugger. A mound of quivering red paste would lie where Keith once stood in all his reactionary galloot glory. Next, I'd invite big, stinky Micha...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on July 24, 2003
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    Cross Pollination - Kennas color-blind new wave

    Kenna is an Ethiopian guy whose new album ought to rile people who expect black artists to stay black. New Sacred Cow, his debut, sifts through such '80s influences as Talking Heads and U2, through hip-hop and electronic beats. Sound like a radio fo...

    by ANDREW ASCH on July 24, 2003
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    Becoming Women - The Girls: not afraid of girls

    A slightly perturbed hometown reviewer said the Seattle band the Girls didn't have any post-1982 influences, and Girls drummer Mario (Long-Italian-Last-Name-He-Refuses-to-Disclose) says that's perfect, even though he likes At the Drive-In: if rock &...

    by Chris Ziegler on July 24, 2003
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    Singing Frogs on the Mic - El Sapo Cancionero brings peace and love to Santa Ana

    Photo by Nick ShouDepending on where you're from, El Sapo Cancionero--Spanish for "The Singing Frog"--is either the title of an obscure Argentinean folk song or the name of a restaurant in Mexico City's Ciudad Satlite district. Then there's El Sa...

    by Nick Schou on July 24, 2003
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    Stifled No More - Alls well in Bangleland

    We know what you're thinking: the Bangles are playing shows again because they hopped on one of those horrific "best of" package tours--just another band from the past banking on their hits, playing it safe and cashing in. But you're wrong. That's n...

    by KAT JETSON on July 17, 2003
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    Better Than Sushi - Dwight Yoakam, from superdork to superstar

    Among the best snapshots in my box o' memories is the one of a Beat Farmers record-release party at LA's Club Lingerie in 1984. Various members of the Farmers, Blasters, Cruzados, Long Ryders, Plimsouls and Phast Phreddie & Thee Precisions merrily l...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on July 17, 2003
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    Bella Donna Groupies - Memories of a Stevie Nicks fan

    Stevie Nicks is coming to town--as if we didn't know. The relentless airplay of "Peacekeeper" and the barrage of ticket giveaways that uniquely span both classic and modern-rock radio stations say Fleetwood Mac is still hot. Or at least lukewarm. ...

    by Stacy Davies on July 17, 2003
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    Making Wussiness Okay - Juan Gabriel helps Mexicans bring out their inner queer

    Thirty years ago, a beer bottle on the head and a stab in the stomach would've greeted any Mexican male singer who dared to express wussy sentiments. The early '70s were the heyday of ranchera music, the virulently nihilistic ballad form of Mexican ...

    on July 17, 2003
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    Dancing With Myself

    Heaven, I'm in heaven And my heart beats so that I can hardly speak And I seem to find the happiness I seek When we're out together dancing cheek to cheek --Irving Berlin, "Cheek to Cheek" My parents love to dance--my mom, especially. It i...

    on July 17, 2003
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    That guy!

    Lu Urquidi American Bounty (7-Track Cd Ep) When we last heard from Lu Urquidi--five long yearsago (he never writes us anymore! Not even at Christmas!)--we . . . well, uh, we don't remember much, since all our 1998 notes have since been shredded,...

    by Rich Kane on July 17, 2003
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    White Punks on Fascism

    Photo by Jeanne Rice Hootenanny 2003 Cal State Fullerton Saturday, July 5 So what do we see not five minutes after arriving at the annual retro-roots extravaganza that is Hootenanny, but some blowjob wearing a shirt adorned with the name of a st...

    by Rich Kane on July 17, 2003
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    Quetzal

    Quetzal Worksongs Vanguard Records Rare is the recording that regresses from a band's previous efforts yet emerges better for the hearing, but such is Quetzal's fourth effort, Worksongs. Employing the sonorous son jarocho sounds of Mexico's Caribb...

    on July 10, 2003
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    Stay Warm

    Photo James BunoanThe Thermals Chain Reaction Thursday, June 26 Listen: when kids in Orange County-fated only for a life of either sedation or self-immolation-go to a show with homemade spraypainted T-shirts to see a band that never went to hi...

    by Chris Ziegler on July 10, 2003
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    Benefit for Billy

    When we get dicked around by our unreliable medical community, it's usually just an annoying inconvenience. For Billy Carter, though, it's literally a matter of life or death. Carter has Lyme disease, and because it went undetected (and then misdiag...

    on July 10, 2003
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    Cherrywine

    Cherrywine Bright Black Dcide/Babygrande RecordsIf music could be a Dorian Gray mirror, Cherrywine-n Ishmael Butler-reveals one mean, bruised soul under his sleek facade. He's filed an album's worth of first-person reports on the thrills and regr...

    by ANDREW ASCH on July 10, 2003
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    Resurrection Rock

    Death on Wednesday SONGS TO ____ TO(6-SONG EP) Sidecho Records These punkabilly dudes from HB once spent an evening jamming with Social Distortion at the House of Blues, only to face the cruel reality of doing restaurant work the next morning, ...

    by ANDREW ASCH on July 10, 2003
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    You Ought to be Ashamed of Yourselves! - Readers react to Greatest OC Bands Ever with a poll of their own

    Two weeks ago, we took a shot at it ourselves, trying to name the 100 best OC bands of all time-and then watched as the list blew past 100 to 110 and 120. We stopped at 129, and then turned to you for your thoughts. OUT OF TOUCH The people who p...

    on July 10, 2003
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    Get This Blasting True - Party til you transcend with Andrew W.K.

    "Now, he thought, that all these transitory things have slipped away from me again, I stand once more beneath the sun, as I once stood as a small child. Nothing is mine, I know nothing, I possess nothing, I have learned nothing. How strange it is! ....

    by STANLEY LAUGHNER on July 10, 2003
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