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    Apocalypse Now

    A full-page ad for Absolut vodka titled "Absolut Pistols" from the April 11 issue of Rolling Stone. We hope Mr. Lydon at least got a new hot tub out of the deal. (RK)

    on May 9, 2002
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    I Love It and Im Stupid - The SeaMonsters try to recover from Snoop Dogg

    The SeaMonsters are cursed--not by voodoo, not by being born under a bad sign, not even by accidentally disturbing some ancient burial ground and unleashing unspeakable forces of chthonic evil beyond the ken of normal men. No, they're cursed with so...

    by ANDREW ASCH on May 9, 2002
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    Heres a Pinche Muy, Muy Trendy One! - Manic Hispanic not quite rock en espanol

    Pinche means "fucking." Puta means "whore." Culero means "asshole." Cochino means "pig." Pinche cabrnmeans "fucking asshole." Pinche gabachomeans "fucking white asshole." Pinche puto pendejo baboso means "fucking, fucking, fucking asshole." Chupa v...

    by Chris Ziegler on May 9, 2002
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    Buddy Loves Paul - But he hates Paul.

    20 THINGS I LOVE ABOUT PAUL MCCARTNEY 1. Side Two of Abbey Road. 2. "Eleanor Rigby," which is so perfect it might maybe actually mitigate "Silly Love Songs." Or it might not. 3. Ditto "Here, There, and Everywhere." 4. And "Penny Lane," even ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on May 9, 2002
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    Pickle Power!

    FUNHOLE DIME STORE SUIT PIMP JOHN PAUL RECORDS We've never forgotten you, Caitlan S. Haskell. Caitlan lives (or lived--we don't know where she is these days) in Brea, and about three years ago, she dropped us a very peeved note complaining about...

    by Rich Kane on May 2, 2002
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    The Substitute Soundtrack

    The perpetrators of Dead Man Walking--the opera inflicted upon the stage of Costa Mesa's Segerstrom Hall at the Orange County Performing Arts Center these past few nights--have gone to some lengths to distance themselves from Tim Robbins' 1995 film ...

    by ALAN RICH on May 2, 2002
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    Irony Maiden - Tyranis: Heavy metal. Put that with an exclamation point

    Photo by Matt OttoBeing a heavy-metal band is a pain in the ass, Adam Capilouto says. The shorthairs laugh at you, tell you Bon Jovi sucks, tell you to get a haircut. You can't get shows because the clubs are clogged with brainless teeny-punk bands ...

    by Chris Ziegler on May 2, 2002
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    The Indigent Girls - From Finland to Fullerton with Sideswipe

    My early rock-critic days were haunted by the World's Oldest Stringer, as another freelancer was nicknamed. I'd see him dragging his mossy ass around concert halls, a Marley's ghost harbinger of what I might become. Seated next to him once at an OC ...

    by JIM WASHBURN on May 2, 2002
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    Waiting for the Great Leap Forward - No one can kill Billy Bragg

    Punk must've killed the protest singer/songwriter movement. Or if not punk, alternative rock. Or if not alternative rock, hip-hop. Or if not hip-hop, emo--well, maybe not emo, but there's gotta be some trend out there that's responsible for relegati...

    by JOHN ROOS on May 2, 2002
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    New Music

    HIP HOP HOODOS RAZA HOODA JN MEDIA Forget the Beastie Boys: Jewish rap has always been a respectable genre within a genre, from 2 Live Jews to the deadly brilliant Dr. Dre Del. The Hoodos (a play on "judo," the Spanish word for Jew) take t...

    on April 25, 2002
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    New Music

    SELBY TIGERS THE CURSE OF THE SELBY TIGERS HOPELESS RECORDS A spunky garage-style group that took their name from Selby Avenue (a hip street in St. Paul, Minnesota, where members of the band live) and the Tamil Tigers (a Hindu revolutionary army ...

    by ADAM BREGMAN on April 25, 2002
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    Surf and Destroy

    Photo by Matt Otto The Dynotones The Dynotones Dynosonic Records If surf music is what the gonads in SUVs are throbbing to as they slime their way up and down Main Street in Huntington Beach every weekend, then surf music sucks. But if it's wh...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 25, 2002
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    Epiphanies

    "Schubert's dynamics," asserts the Isabelle Huppert character in Michael Haneke's gut-wrenching new film The Piano Teacher, "range from scream to whisper, not loud to soft." Her student-victim is struggling with the slow movement of the A-major Sona...

    by ALAN RICH on April 25, 2002
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    Too Loud to Ignore - Tazumal rage against the maquina

    Nowhere in any of your high school history courses will there be a discussion of the genocide, U.S. imperialism and oppression that continue to this day in Latin America. And this doesn't surprise Atonal Mictln, bassist for Santa Ana-based, indigen...

    on April 25, 2002
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    No Alternative - Cracker shouldve been the Rolling Stones

    The new Cracker album is called Forever, which is approximately how long the band's driving force, David Lowery, has been recording his style of weary, winking, warts-and-all rock & roll. "I've been making records since 1983," Lowery acknowledges ...

    by DAVE WIELENGA on April 25, 2002
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    Kills for Blood - High on Fire gives whales boners

    Judging from his brain-blistering guitar licks and satanic sounding caterwaul, you wouldn't expect High on Fire's Matt Pike to succumb to stage fright. He's the leader of the heaviest stoner-metal band in the free world, after all. You'd be wrong, t...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on April 25, 2002
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    Hooch!

    Photo by James BunoanBroken Bottles/Chickenhawks Gypsy Lounge Thursday, April 4 So we apparently missed the Christian grunge band playing this night--yes, the column would have written itself--because we showed up late because when you're a sear...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 18, 2002
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    Twinkie Syndrome

    The Put-Ons Self-titled CD Manic Records Power pop is an unforgiving place to set up camp: push too hard, and you're a bad Weezer bite (and let's face it--even Weezer is a bad Weezer bite right now), but puss out, and you're the song from the op...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 18, 2002
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    And Out Come the Wankers - Is Rancid getting rancid?

    Rancid may have started on the streets and in the septic tanks with songs about fistfights in cemeteries and bumming change from squares, but they took that shtick as far as it could possibly go. And now--thanks in part to monolithic label Epitaph--...

    by ADAM BREGMAN on April 18, 2002
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    Its Time to Rock

    This is the story of how Joey Josh made his momma cry. Well, more like run shrieking out of the club where Joey Josh's band, It's Time to Rock, was playing, after Joey Josh revved-up the night by re-enacting his mother's pregnancy midsong, which inv...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 18, 2002
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