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    Limp Who? - Mos Def mostly def

    Confession: the first time I heard The New Danger, I actually had to burrow through my bag for my iPod just to make sure I had the right album on shuffle: Limp Bizkit, is that you? I mean, I like to credit the Mighty Mos for single-handedly bringing...

    by Vickie Chang on November 3, 2005
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    Unstructured Rupture - Blackbird goes where the next man wont

    The highly talented MC Blackbird--born Gershwin Hutchinson--used to be called "the black Jim Morrison" by regulars at hip-hop venues like the Good Life Cafe, Project Blowed and the AfterLife, mostly because of his expansive vocal range: he goes back...

    by MIKE SONKSEN on November 3, 2005
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    Stupid Punks

    Photo by Jack GouldTHE SWINGIN' UTTERS Galaxy Concert Theatre, Santa Ana Friday, Oct. 14 There comes a point when you realize that a) you will never again listen to your own recommendations and nobody else should either, and b) punk fucking suck...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on October 27, 2005
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    Pier Records

    Top 10 records sold from Oct. 14 to Oct. 20 at Pier Records, 2301 W. Balboa Blvd., Newport Beach, (949) 675-3271. Specializing in punk rock music, Pier also carries T-shirts, stickers and artwork by local artists. 1 D.I., Ancient Artifacts (Triple...

    by REX REASON on October 27, 2005
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    Gratitude for Being

    NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA The Philharmonic Society of Orange County The Orange County Performing Arts Center, Costa Mesa Friday, Oct. 21 I went to the OC Performing Arts Center with the subconscious, slightly insane notion that I could repeat...

    by CORNEL BONCA on October 27, 2005
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    The Ideal Nafta - Orishas: Latin Americas only great hip-hoppers

    Historically, hip-hop and Latin music have meshed about as well as the Aztecs and Cort?s. Hip-hop is NAFTA at its ideal, but in Latin America, the music (like the actual NAFTA) travels only from north to south: the hemisphere's rappers import the la...

    on October 27, 2005
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    Feel Me, Poor Baby - Atmospheres Slug and Ant can't imagine how much fun they're having

    Photo by Dan MonickNot since Ladybug, Doodlebug and Butterfly (members of the Digable Planets) have the tiny creatures of the earth been such a dominant force in independent hip-hop. Now Atmosphere's Slug and Ant (with DJ Mr. Dibbs, who is actually ...

    by KATE CARRAWAY on October 27, 2005
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    Monster Mash - Five hits from Hell

    Photo courtesy New West RecordsSCARY WHO: GWAR SCARY HOW: Scary-gross SCARY WHY: One of the most disgusting live acts in the Western Hemisphere; ejaculates enough fake (?) semen at each concert to feed every below-poverty-line family in Texas for ...

    by Chris Ziegler on October 27, 2005
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    This Week in the Last Thing You Need - Sage Francis

    The last thing you need is another faceless writer telling you to stop listening to the latest hot rap single on the radio and support "real rap" artists -- ones with highly politicized and opinionated music, of course. But though Sage Francis does ...

    by Vickie Chang on October 20, 2005
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    This Week in Wondering and Waiting - Pretty Girls Make Graves

    According to their website, Pretty Girls Make Graves finished their third album back in July, but it's not coming out until sometime in the spring of 2006. Rumors are that it will be called The Shivering Duck, which is either really silly, really id...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on October 20, 2005
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    This Week in Good Tongues - Mini-KISS

    Joey Fatale is the biggest little KISS fan in the world -- seriously. One day, while looking at his KISS Alive album, it hit him: Why not start a KISS tribute band with other little people? And with that, Mini-KISS was born. But while Fatale, a.k....

    by MICHAEL COYLE on October 20, 2005
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    This Week in Stripping Down - The Gossip

    The soul machine known as the Gossip -- with all its moving punk rock cogs and blues-fired pistons -- has danced its way out of Searcy, Arkansas, and straight into the hearts of unsuspecting bodies. What seems to keep the band pulsing, more than jus...

    by KAT JETSON on October 20, 2005
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    This Week in We Are All in Love - Weezer

    Look, so Weezer's past two or three albums haven't exactly been stellar. And with recent singles that we actually have to be on drugs to enjoy, the Weez's Rick Rubin-produced fifth album, Make Believe, has somehow turned out to be significantly wors...

    by Vickie Chang on October 20, 2005
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    Unknown Instructors

    The Way Things Work Smog Veil Records When you speak to Mike Watt, he never goes more than five minutes without mentioning his late friend D. Boon. Boon's absence is a sort of driving force for Watt, who's been living and playing by the "Jam Econ...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on October 13, 2005
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    The Bloodhound Gang - With Electric Eel Shock Beat Me

    Photo courtesy Geffen RecordsHouse of Blues, Anaheim Saturday, Oct. 8 Burt totally wanted to leave, but he never said so. He's good like that. And we loved Electric Eel, three Japanese dudes who started with "Iron Man," went on to cover Christia...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on October 13, 2005
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    Top 10 records played from Sept. 30 to Oct. 6 on KUCI-FM 88.9; kuci.org. More than 32 years old, the station broadcasts 24 hours a day, seven days a week from the UC Irvine campus and is run by volunteer students and community members. 1 Danger Do...

    by REX REASON on October 13, 2005
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    Alex Hernandez - Owner, Alex's Bar

    Photo by John GilhooleyTired of watching the real money in live music--the booze--going to someone else while he booked bands for bars, Alex Hernandez opened one of his own. Nearly six years later, Alex's Bar, his red-'n'-black, dark-but-not-dank dr...

    by REX REASON on October 13, 2005
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    The Midnight Nambla - Turbonegro arent gaytheyre just really, really good-looking

    Photo by Stian AndersonAnyone who ever played in a band and saw This Is Spinal Tap watched varying degrees of their own experiences flashed back at them. Turbonegro may be the only band to see the farce and think it didn't go far enough. A reasona...

    by REX REASON on October 13, 2005
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    I Want to Be in Love - Gang of Fours not in it

    What year was it now? Because Gang of Four songs are back on the radio--well, their sound, anyway, rematerialized inside skinnier people--and Gang of Four what-kind-of-lives-are-we-living? lyrics are still so self-evidently relevant it's embarrassin...

    by Chris Ziegler on October 13, 2005
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    Piracy Funds Superstardom

    Photo by Matt OttoM.I.A. THE GLASS HOUSE, POMONA MONDAY, OCT. 3 With two back-to-back gigs opening for Gwen Stefani at the Arrowhead Pond looming just a few months away, M.I.A.'s set at the Glass House seemed more a farewell bash than the Sparks...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on October 6, 2005
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