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    Earth & Mirth

    The 6th Annual Fullerton Earth Day Fest The Hub Cafe Saturday, April 22 Random thoughts on the passing parade that was Saturday's smashing Earth Day Fest: ? Smooth 'n' dandy rockabillies Billy & the Starliners sounded just poifect, even thou...

    by Rich Kane on May 4, 2000
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    Earth & Mirth

    The 6th Annual Fullerton Earth Day Fest The Hub Cafe Saturday, April 22 Random thoughts on the passing parade that was Saturday's smashing Earth Day Fest: ? Smooth 'n' dandy rockabillies Billy & the Starliners sounded just poifect, even thou...

    by Rich Kane on May 4, 2000
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    What's Humming Through the Skulls of Orange County?

    MIKE BOYLE AND BRANDON SEGER, HOSTS OF KUCI-FM 88.9'S DEAD AIR (SUNDAYS, NOON-3 P.M.) > The Measles. "Ingredients for a superspectacular evening: one Memphis Soul Cafe and four Measles, shaken with heavy doses of stereophonics and style. A Costa M...

    on May 4, 2000
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    Secret Hate Pop Cult Vomit Cornerstone Ras/Skunk.com

    Though they've been around since 1981, Long Beach's Secret Hate are finally releasing their first full-length album. In that gap, there was a 12-inch, Vegetables Dancing Live and More, which lives on in the hearts of old punkers like the Dub Allstar...

    on May 4, 2000
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    A Week of Tastlessness - Edgar Winter and Patti How Much Is That Doggie in the Window? Page within 72 terrifying hours!

    As a boychile, I settled briefly on EDGAR WINTER as My Favorite Singer. I saw his horn-heavy, funk-blues-rock band White Trash at the New York State Fair in 1971, and my teenage brain cells were completely scrambled by Winter's histrionic, thoroughl...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on May 4, 2000
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    Doughnuts and Glory - The sensitive ickiness and wicked violence of Jay Buchanan

    Photo by Jack GouldJay Buchanan and his buddy Ty used to head out to Krispy Kreme at bar-closing time, unplug those quarter kiddie rides you see in strip malls, and plug themselves in instead for a little guerrilla busking. The people who lined up f...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on May 4, 2000
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    Hip! Hop! Shop! - Black Guys Imitating White Guys Imitating Black Guys: The strange end of the hip-hop revolution

    No, Mr. Guzman, I think you know there's no such thing as an American anymore; no Hispanics, no Japanese, no blacks, no whites, no nothing. There's just rich people and poor people. The three of us are all rich, so we're on the same side. --Newly m...

    by PETER BRAUNSTEIN on May 4, 2000
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    The Reverend Horton HeatSpend a Night In the BoxTime Bomb Recordings

    The Reverend Horton Heat changed my life. It was Throwrag front man Sean who introduced me to the gospel, passing along a copy of Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em sometime in the early '90s. My life was a mess back then, but from that moment, my soul's cons...

    on April 27, 2000
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    Pretty In Pink

    Photo by Jack GouldThere are personal trainers who give you a gentler workout than the fleet of Virgin Megastore employees who worked the press list at the April 13 No Doubt in-store show at Triangle Square. Guy in the front of the store: "Oh, you n...

    on April 27, 2000
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    An Ass in Your Kap!

    Fistful of Lonely Linda's Doll Hut Sunday, April 9 A holdover from last week's Square/Wonderlove bill, but one we need to expound upon. Fistful of Lonely's Bearden Coleman once fronted the hot North County alterna-country band Shuffledown, which...

    by Rich Kane on April 27, 2000
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    One More Dose of Thunder - Nebula bring the pain

    SoCal old-school metalheads have been blessed with recent releases by Nebula, Fu Manchu and Queens of the Stone Age. It's a mighty triumvirate, but popular musical tastes are simply running in another direction--metal continuing to merge with rap, a...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on April 27, 2000
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    The Deep - The dark side of Reel Big Fish

    If you can stand it, allow me, for a minute, to tell you about yourself. You have grown up watching MTV and reading magazines. You have been taught to believe that fame brings happiness, that famous people are happy, and that you should want to be...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on April 27, 2000
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    Visiting With Buddy! - Nostalgia acts, and nostalgia acts in training

    Again I must ruefully and regretfully ask, "What's this shit?!" CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVISITED?!? Why, I awta . . . slowly I turned . . . step by step . . . inch by inch . . . the horror, the horror . . . exterminate all brutes! No wonder John Fog...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on April 27, 2000
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    Earth & Mirth

    The 6th Annual Fullerton Earth Day Fest The Hub Cafe Saturday, April 22 Random thoughts on the passing parade that was Saturday's smashing Earth Day Fest: ? Smooth 'n' dandy rockabillies Billy & the Starliners sounded just poifect, even thou...

    by Rich Kane on April 20, 2000
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    It Crawled From the Mail Bin - Beating back the local-band CD pile

    The Fire Ants, Indian Transvestite EP (Firestarter Records) Skie Bender further cements herself as OC's own Patti Smith, spewing soul-wrenching lines about disquiet, dissonance and disaster--all those artsy, angsty disses!--while guitarist Kevin J...

    by Rich Kane on April 20, 2000
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    Spew Spew Spew!

    US Bombs The Tiki Bar Saturday, April 8 Contrary to what Costa Mesa's finest thought about the US Bombs when they got the band's Kona Lanes show axed last summer, there were, in fact, no swastikas, no sieg-heil shout outs, no HB SKINS tats or an...

    by Rich Kane on April 20, 2000
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    What's Humming Through the Skulls of Orange County

    Photo by Jeanne RiceVINCE PILEGGI OF MILANO MUSIC & MERCHANDISE, BAND MANAGER FOR THE KILLINGTONS, LET'S GO BOWLING AND REEL BIG FISH I love my bands, but they won't let me write about their music, so here's the unbiased list of bands I enjoy: >...

    on April 20, 2000
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    An Inveterate Ass - But genius trumpter Wynton Marsalis can still blow you away

    Trumpet maestro WYNTON MARSALIS tends to inspire either devotion or loathing among jazz fans. His many detractors would have you believe he's a hack, wasting his formidable technical gifts by militantly endeavoring to chain jazz to its past, rather ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on April 20, 2000
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    Back From the Edge - Jon Mayer, jazz survivor

    Jon Mayer remembers his first "uptown" jazz experience. His parents, both music fans, dragged him off to 52nd Street and then home to New York's raging bebop scene, where in the Bandbox, a short-lived club around the corner from the fabled Birdland,...

    by BILL KOHLHAASE on April 20, 2000
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    Dig tha Funky Chemistry - Hip-hop and rave worlds collide at Audiotistic

    LA hip-hop crew Jurassic 5 mighthave a burden: on the one hand, they've been praised as simple old-school revivalists; on the other, as rap messiahs here to cleanse Southern California of its G-Thang image, out to prove that cats here can go big-tim...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on April 20, 2000
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