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    Butt Pirates!

    ORIGINAL BOOTY BURGLARS INTHERAW 10-TRACK SELF-RELEASED CD The cover of this CD depicts a G-stringed naked ass (female, we presume) stuffed inside a sushi roll, which is being squeezed by a set of chopsticks and is about to be bitten into by a ...

    by Rich Kane on May 26, 2005
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    Photo by Jeanne RiceKROQ Weenie Roast Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, Irvine Saturday, May 21 Killers singer Brandon Flowers does not wilt, despite the heat (and the Hot Hot Heat!). Flowers and company stayed strong, sultry and (mostly) in tune...

    on May 26, 2005
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    Missing In Action - OC punk band in legal smackdown with Sri Lankan dance diva!

    Photo by David TitlowJust so you know, Mike Conley doesn't look anythinglike Maya Arulpragasam, a 28-year-old Sri Lankan woman. And yet, if you're not eyeballing photos of both, you might get confused. Conley was a founding member of M.I.A., the b...

    on May 26, 2005
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    GET OUT! - Shnockered!

    May 26 through June 2 in live music THURSDAY,MAY26 ?Play the PhilShane/AgentOrangedrinking game! Every gig that either the local lounge crooner or the seminal OC punk band plays this week, you take a shot. Tonight, Phil's at Original Mike's in Sa...

    on May 26, 2005
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    We Care!

    Photo by James BunoanWho Cares? The Duane Peters Story screening The Brigg, Huntington Beach Fri., May 20 JFA lead singer Brian Brannon just before a little beach-blanket bongo: Friday night's premiere of the Duane Peters biopic CitizenDuane--o...

    on May 26, 2005
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    WEB EXCLUSIVE!Every Mothers Son - Sex, salvation and sacrifice on Springsteens Devils & Dust

    Devils&Dust,the third in Bruce Springsteen's series of "solo/acoustic" records dating back to 1982's Nebraskaand 1995's TheGhostofTomJoad,is the most melodic and sonically varied, the most emotionally rich and poetic of the lot. The songs--often bac...

    by CORNEL BONCA on May 26, 2005
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    Bishop, Pawns and Kings of the Blues - The Doheny Blues Fest showcases a seldom heard scene

    Good-time bluesman (yes, such an entity doesexist) ElvinBishophasn't been in the headlines for five years. The last time the mainstream music media deemed our man newsworthy, it was because Bishop's daughter Selina; ex-wife Jennifer Villarin; and Vi...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on May 19, 2005
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    Where the Real Roots Lead - The Hootenanny has become predictable but thats good

    Photo by James BunoanOf all the noteworthy regional music fests happening this summer, the Hootenanny is the one that's always been the most OC-centric, tapping into a local fascination with custom cars, slick pompadours, vintage clothing and tattoo...

    by Rich Kane on May 19, 2005
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    Third Eye Records

    Top 10 selling records from April 16 to April 28 at Third Eye Records, 2428 Newport Blvd., #7, Costa Mesa, (949) 650-0043, www.thirdeyerecords.com. "Third Eye is not your average record store experience. Our focus is mainly on records. Genres includ...

    by REX REASON on May 12, 2005
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    Koos Cant Lose - LB art center wins live-entertainment permit

    It only took three easy minutes to finish off thirteen long months of soundproofing, neighbor-appeasing and bureaucracy-wrangling for Long Beach's sometimes-struggling Koo's Art Center: on Tuesday, May 3, the Long Beach City Council instantly and un...

    by Chris Ziegler on May 12, 2005
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    Void Faith Split - Who is Das Oath and why are they here?

    Photo by Matt AverageDas Oath are four orbiting-30 guys from two different continents whose entire conscious adult lives orbit minute-thirty hardcore songs on cheap black vinyl 45s, and society is fine with that because this is a new era: behold pos...

    by Chris Ziegler on May 12, 2005
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    The Lemons of Orange - The Pacific Symphonys vanity fair

    Photo courtesy of Pacific SymphonyThe Pacific Symphony's American Composers Festival is a class act if there ever was one. The fifth running, which ended last weekend, may have been a lumpier mix than some, but it brought some interesting music to v...

    by ALAN RICH on May 12, 2005
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    Sinatra in Rhinestones - Erasure still look for a little respect

    Photo by Dirk Linder"I was just watching Nickelodeon and saw these adverts for children's albums you can buy, with 'Hallelujah' and all this rubbish," says Andy Bell, on the phone from a New York City hotel, where Erasure were preparing for a sold-o...

    by GEORGE A. PAUL on May 12, 2005
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    Ironys Siren - Pat Boone grapples with his demons

    Pat Boone is no boomer; the irony of MadMagazinearrived too late for his childhood. Born during the Depression, he managed to catch the first wave of rock head on, with the steely resolve of a Marine taking Normandy. Boone's image as "the kid in the...

    by SAM MCPHEETERS on May 12, 2005
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    Corn Dont Go - I See Hawks in L.A. grow it organically

    "I guess we are kind of an alt.-country type of band," admits I See Hawks in L.A. singer Robert Rex Waller Jr., cozying up to a label that by now means whatever you want. When he says it, though, you can almost hear FaithlessStreet-eraRyan Adams sin...

    by THEO DOUGLAS on May 12, 2005
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    Music Like Dirt - Dr. Freeclouds moves again . . .

    Dr. Freecloud's Mixing Lab, one of Orange County's most beloved DJ culture record outlets, moved its turntables and its obscure house records from the hipster bliss of the Lab "anti-mall" in Costa Mesa to the determinedly unhip locale of Fountain Va...

    by ANDREW ASCH on May 12, 2005
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    Bionic Records

    Top10sellingrecordsfromApril15toApril21atBionicRecords, 2466E.ChapmanAve.,Fullerton,(714)526-1912."NotonlydoesBionichaveagreatselectionofhard-to-findmusic,butourstaff'swaybetterlookingthanAmoeba's,"saysBionicmanagerShane. 1Queens of the Stone Age,...

    by REX REASON on May 5, 2005
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    Photos by Tenaya HillsCOACHELLA EMPIRE POLO FIELDS, INDIO SAT.-SUN., APRIL 30-MAY 1 Random Coachella VI memos scribbled on a pair of bunny ears tossed out by Gram Rabbit, who weren't nearly as good as we hoped and were actually kind of annoyin...

    by Rich Kane on May 5, 2005
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    A Horrible Guide to Reasonable Noise

    So a guy walks into the experimental music show, hears some fart noises, and calls the artist a fraud--this is why I can't tell people I'm a music writer, because they'll think my whole life is frauds and fart noises. Funny, too, because Aaron Xim...

    by Chris Ziegler on May 5, 2005
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    This Shit Is Bananas - A probing analysis of Gwen Stefanis Hollaback Girl

    Gwen Stefani's "Hollaback Girl" is one of the most baffling pieces of music of the modern age. It's got something to do with cheerleaders--that much is clear, judging from the chanting and the marching band that's honking and tooting in the backgrou...

    by GREG STACY on May 5, 2005
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