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    Shit People Send Me

    ELLIOTT, FALSE CATHEDRALS (REVELATION RECORDS): Haunting, crashing, beautiful, sad, gut-wrenchingly emo-riffic stuff with a cool pulsing beat and some keys. The publicist said, "Go listen to it and cry," but I made it all the way to track five witho...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on August 31, 2000
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    Who Murdered Music? - A Buddy Seigal music manifesto

    For several years now, my record collection--thousands of vinyl LPs--has been stored away in my mother's garage. My tiny journalist's-income abode doesn't have room to fit all those boxes of great old records, and I miss them. Badly. I'm ashamed to ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on August 31, 2000
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    CD Reviews

    FUTURE BIBLE HEROES I'M LONELY (AND I LOVE IT) MERGE The only thing better than a guilty pleasure is two guilty pleasures--in this case, the self-indulgent pining of Stephin Merritt and the new-wave nostalgia of Boston DJ Christopher Ewen. This...

    on August 31, 2000
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    Quirk Becomes Them - Squeezing out Sparks

    Spring 1982. Saturday Night Live back when it was really, really bad and unfunny, a couple of years removed from its early glory days but before Eddie Murphy. There's nothing else on free TV to stimulate a bored 13-year-old, so . . . One sad skit ...

    by Rich Kane on August 31, 2000
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    Roque & Roulle!

    The Upper Crust Club Mesa Tuesday, Aug. 1 You may have heard of the Upper Crust, a Boston quartet whose shtick is that they play a punk-metal hybrid while dressed as 18th-century British aristocrats, complete with curly, white-powdered wigs (w...

    by Rich Kane on August 24, 2000
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    Jennifer Saifer, Motorsoule Bassist, Student - Whats humming through the skulls of Orange County

    Photo by Jeanne Rice> Sal. "Sal was this guy who used to perform at Emilio's Restaurant in Santa Ana. Nothing washed down a plateload of pasta better than having Sal crooning tableside. He was the only performer I knew besides Tom Jones who could ge...

    on August 24, 2000
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    Behind the Music

    Observations and revelations from the Aug. 10 taping of No Doubt's VH1 Storytellers episode, set to air in September--some of which may or may not wind up in the final edit: ? Gwen's intro to "Just a Girl": "I grew up in Orange County, California....

    by Rich Kane on August 24, 2000
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    I was a Teenage Deadhead - Beware of dread-sportin white people

    Certain people act truly horrified when they find out I didn't hate THE GRATEFUL DEAD. They seem to expect that because I'm a lover of blues, rockabilly, jazz and country, the Dead's weak-assed, wheezing interpretations of the music and the unfortun...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on August 24, 2000
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    Bring the Noise! - The Art of the Clang at Koos

    A preview of this year's Noise Fest at Koo's Art Cafe: RRReeeSSSkkkRRReeeWUHwuhWUHwuh. NNNAAARRRKKKRRRAAAboodweeboodweeboodwee. REENAREENAREENA. You want soothing, Third Eye Blind-like soft rock? This ain't gonna be the place for it. In a way,...

    by Rich Kane on August 24, 2000
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    Whats that Sound? - The buzz about Square

    Buzz begins in unusual places. At the tail end of a much-CC'd e-mail, almost as an afterthought. As a story pitch left on your answering machine by someone whose instincts you can trust. By a clerk slaving behind the counter at your favorite used CD...

    by Rich Kane on August 24, 2000
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    This Was That!

    No Doubt/Lit Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Saturday, Aug. 5 This sold-out bill was fairly mega: No Doubt and Lit, a pair of the biggest-selling bands ever to emerge from OC (two bands that, as Lit's A.Jay Popoff noted, started as garage bands ...

    by Rich Kane on August 17, 2000
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    Mamma Mia!

    >>>ABBA may have turned down a $1 billion offer to do a reunion tour, but have no fear--the A*Teens are here! Sound contrived? But of course. A couple of years ago, Stockholm Records--which is owned by Universal, the record company that owns ABBA's ...

    by ANNA BARR on August 17, 2000
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    Monsieur Leroc Le Slow Motion Boogie WoogieCornerstone R.A.S./skunk.com

    Is it just me, or is hybrid music bum-rushing the whole damn world? Here's more evidence: Monsieur Leroc, a weird German who's landed on our coast with an arsenal of hip-hop, jazz, funk, R&B, soul, and Jimmy Page-style guitar rock, all wrapped aroun...

    by ARRISSIA OWEN on August 17, 2000
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    Dave Turturro, Gasoline Addicts vocalist, Cellular Technician

    Photo by Jeannie Rice> All the Madmen. "These guys were born to provide aural stimulation and just might be David Bowie's missing children. They write everything from beautifully tragic love songs to psychotic thrillers, all ripe with lush landscape...

    on August 17, 2000
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    More poetry from the Star Wars generation - Paul and Lara go back to the future, together

    There is something very perfect about Paul and Lara McAdams, the brother and sister who comprise the pop duo Paul and Lara. To begin with, they're fantastically, out-of-this-world, exceptionally perfect-looking, down to their perfect straight white ...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on August 17, 2000
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    Dions Still Struttin - And Kiss are still suckin

    Among the first songs I recall hearing as a little boy-kid in Syracuse was DION's "Runaround Sue," along with such equally greasy 1961 fare as the Four Seasons' "Sherry," Ernie K-Doe's "Mother-in-Law," Dick & Dee Dee's "The Mountain's High," and Nin...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on August 17, 2000
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    Willie NileBeautiful Wreck of the WorldRiver House Records

    RIVER HOUSE RECORDS In one of Manhattan's few remaining punk-era haunts that has yet to be converted to a Starbucks, Willie Nile punches out another three-minute epic with his sweet-and-rough, Buddy Holly-meets-Springsteen lilt. This could be one ...

    by ANDREW MARCUS on August 10, 2000
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    Sugar High!

    The International Pop Overthrow Eastgate Park, Garden Grove Saturday, July 29 Is this what rock & roll has come to?!? Precocious toddlers scampering? Immobile grandparents who actually look as if they're having a good time? The mayor of Garden...

    by Rich Kane on August 10, 2000
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    Seedy Review - New albums, old sounds

    Hightone Records has served up a serious triple-threat with superb new releases from HANK THOMPSON, DAVE ALVIN, and BIG SANDY & HIS FLY-RITE BOYS. The Thompson album, Seven Decades, comes as the biggest surprise, as this old fella has been recording...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on August 10, 2000
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    Karen in Evansland - Gallinger sings the Bill Evans songbook

    Before she sang a note, Karen Gallinger had the audience's rapt attention at her concert at the Santa Ana Musicians Union auditorium last January, capturing them with a story. The tale involved pianist Bill Evans, one of the giants of jazz, who ro...

    by BILL KOHLHAASE on August 10, 2000
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