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    New Music

    Lambchop Tools in the Dryer Merge This 16-song collage is about as cohesive as a drunken diary entry by Syd Barrett, but as a collection of "A-sides, B-sides, live tracks and remixes," that's exactly as it should be. Lambchop may be Nashville's ...

    on October 18, 2001
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    Black-Label Blues

    BLUE MAMA PACIFIC STREET(full-length CD) Plastic Meltdown Records Roots music that goes down as easy as a shot of Black Label, Pacific Street is Blue Mama's newest melding of rock, folk, R&B, country, and roadhouse blues (released on the band's own...

    by JOHN ROOS on October 18, 2001
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    Eight-Armed Twirling Yuppie Machine

    El Mysterioso (which is not now their name but was their name, or something like that) Bamboo Terrace Saturday, Oct. 6 Now that I've reached the advanced age of [advanced age here], I find it a drag to go to shows filled with kids. Kids are just...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on October 18, 2001
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    Two Worlds - Glass Candys John David V of the produce department

    John David V is a night person. Maybe that's why it seems so strange that he has a day job. As bassist and now guitarist of Glass Candy and the Shattered Theatre --probably one of the most enigmatic, dramatic bands to creep out of the West Coast sin...

    by Chris Ziegler on October 18, 2001
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    Choir Masters - Kitka is so foreign, so exotic, so . . . San Francisco

    The blending of Eastern and Western cultures often produces unfortunate curiosities like McDonald's in Moscow or Iranian punk bands, but every so often, something remarkable, something like Kitka emerges. An Eastern European-style vocal group of eig...

    by KRISTIN FIORE on October 18, 2001
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    Nut Cutters! Aaaaaaaiiiie! - 20 things I love about Etta James

    1) Tattooed, gangbanging love child Etta James left home at age 16 in 1954--against her mother's wishes--to tour with the libidinous R&B revue known as the Johnny Otis Show. Provocatively billed as "Miss Peaches," little Etta sang and recorded sexua...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on October 18, 2001
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    New Music

    Mercury Rev All Is Dream Bmg/v2 Never keen on restraint, Mercury Rev turn out another dramatic opus that begs phrases normally reserved for Spielberg films--"a sweeping epic!" "a heart-wrenching tale!" After the album's opening crash of cymbals ...

    on October 11, 2001
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    Waisted!

    The Damned/Swingin' Utters Galaxy Concert Theatre Friday, Sept. 28 You might think, upon seeing the Galaxy's thimble-sized mixed drinks, that you could safely toss back a series of them without even beginning to feel drunk. I mean, that's what m...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on October 11, 2001
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    We Promise We Wont Kick You in the Balls - The Haggard are about dialogue, not diatribe

    The important thing about the Haggard is that they are not afraid to kick you in the balls if you're fucking with them. They're as polite as can be over the phone, they tell funny tour stories, and they even have a Cyndi Lauper cover band on the sid...

    by Chris Ziegler on October 11, 2001
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    Crawling From the Wreckage - Hummable, headbanging, spiritual Sense Field!

    Last week, longtime-South-Bay-but-wildly-popular-in-OC Sense Field finally released their new album, Tonight and Forever. And it's a gem, full of great post-emo, post-post-hardcore, post-post-post-melody and any number of other post- tags you could ...

    by Rich Kane on October 11, 2001
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    Unmasked! - The genius of Los Straitjackets is genius

    I've always harbored a distrust of novelty bands, bands that employ a cheesy gimmick of some kind to get themselves over the top. Stupid costumes, ridiculous "themes," bands who proffer "controversial sexuality" (gasp!)--it always seems like a cheap...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on October 11, 2001
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    OLD Is NEW Again - Jonah Matranga leaves Far, finds anagrams close

    New End Original's introspective front man Jonah Matranga claims ignorance regarding the pun. He claims that when he named his post-emo rock foursome he was unaware of the fact that it seems like an obvious play on New And Original. "I'd only seen i...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on October 11, 2001
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    Long Beach Calling

    The Alleged Gunmen Some Record Store Sunday, Sept. 23 Life has taught us few, if any, lessons, largely because we happen to be stupid and stubborn, but this we pass on to you: most bands that cop off the Clash should be put up against the wall w...

    by Chris Ziegler on October 4, 2001
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    LE SHOKLA to NY - (live six-inchyes, six-inchvinyl single)

    Never mind the breakup: after selling, like, 1,500 copies of this, their newest release, in just 15 minutes, it's pretty evident that Le Shok are wanted as much or more dead than they ever were alive. This single is proof that like spirit guides the...

    by Chris Ziegler on October 4, 2001
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    New Music

    Reindeer Section Y'all get scared now, ya hear! BRIGHT STAR RECORDINGS Possibly the most misnamed album since Madonna's Like a Virgin, Y'all Get Scared is an EZ-Boy recliner of a record put out by a pile o' Scottish kids, including members of Ar...

    on October 4, 2001
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    End of the Line - The Murder City Devils gusto train runs out of coal

    Rumors that the Murder City Devils--the Seattle seven-piece long associated with the revival of bombastic, dirgy, hellfire garage rock--are breaking up appear to be true. "It seems like it's time, it's time to move on," says vocalist Spencer Moody...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on October 4, 2001
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    Heavy Metal Terrorist - The amazing exploding genitals of WASPs Blackie Lawless

    Shocking is four human-loaded jetliners hijacked on a late summer morning. Shocking is two of these jets slicing into the tallest buildings in Manhattan. Shocking is watching those buildings implode all the way down to their foundations. Shocking is...

    by Rich Kane on October 4, 2001
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    The Snarky Iconoclasts - Theyre on PlayStation, but theyre still Damned

    The Damned got a lot of first kills back when punk lurched into the spotlight: first band in the first wave to get a single and later a full-length on vinyl; first band to tour the U.S. and give the yokels a glimpse of the real thing; first British ...

    by Chris Ziegler on October 4, 2001
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    Soul-Soothing Magick - Joe Louis Walker makes you proud to be an American

    If the function of art is occasionally to soothe and inspire a weary soul, then this is a good week to move your grief-battered bum out of the house, away from the relentless horrors on the television screen, and get on with the business of life. Gr...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on October 4, 2001
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    Hair Band Moments

    The Donnas The Glass House Saturday, Sept. 15 It's damn near impossible to find a flag these days. I know because I've watched my roommate sit on the phone for hours trying to locate a store that isn't sold out. Unable to turn a blind eye to her...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on September 27, 2001
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