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    Know Your Rights!

    Photo by Jessica Calkins Pearl Jam Monday-Tuesday, June 2-3 Irvine Meadows Amphitheater, Irvine It wasn't exactly com-forting to see the big fat Lexus with the PRL JEM license plate cut in front of us on our drive into the parking lot opening n...

    on June 19, 2003
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    Butt-Probe Rawk!

    Photo by Mike AndersonThrow Rag Desert Shores(full-length cd) BYO Records Throw Rag, the punk/blues/roots sextet from the Salton Sea (okay, more like Huntington Beach, but we'll play into their shtick), have hit dry land once more with this, the...

    by KAT JETSON on June 19, 2003
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    Scoring the Fair Bands

    With The reopening of the Pacific Amphitheatre for this year's Orange County Fair (and how long before the shed is redubbed Wal-Mart Pavilion or Ace Hardware Arena?), something of a class divide has emerged between A-list Pac Amp acts who are chargi...

    by Rich Kane on June 19, 2003
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    Hell Drive - Dave Clucas sits high in the saddle with the Horsepainters

    Photo by Steve MeyedaIt's Sunday night at 2J's, one of Fullerton's oldest, smokiest bars. A crazy mosaic of patrons appears as if shot through silk. Actors unwinding after a show, vatos just out of jail--they chase eight-balls around pool tables, sh...

    by Joel Beers on June 19, 2003
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    The Long Way Out - Smile decide to end it all

    Photo by Robert GiampaA few years ago, I was having a conversation with Smile front man Michael Rosas. I was wringing my hands over some relationship something or other. "Don't be such a what-do-I-do," he admonished. "Huh?" I asked, confused. "There...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on June 19, 2003
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    Prach Ly

    Photo by Jeanne RiceKHMER RAP KING PRACH LY DALAMA . . . THE LOST CHAPTER(21-TRACK CD) This is the second full-length from Prach Ly, a Long Beach hip-hopper who crafts eloquent rhymes about the horrors of growing up in late-'70s Cambodia during ...

    by Rich Kane on June 5, 2003
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    The Najite Olokun Prophecy

    The Najite Olokun Prophecy Africa Before Invasion SoFa Disk/EFA Caroline Afrobeat firebrand Fela Kuti died in 1997, the same year his LA-based music student Najite Agindotan finished the first version of this, his debut album. With a little cont...

    by ANDREW ASCH on June 5, 2003
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    The Vanishing

    THE VANISHING Songs For Psychotic Children GSL Records The Vanishing are Goth, but not the kind of Goth that perches you over the sink in a candlelit bathroom with a razor blade against your wrist. They're more like Goth that makes you put on th...

    by SAMANTHA OTT on June 5, 2003
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    For the Love of Dewey

    The late Dewey Terry was a huge lot of fun. Maybe it bothered him that he was robbed of the fame and dough he deserved, but not when he was onstage. He just did not care--put him in a dank Santa Ana beer hall, put him at a Gustav Anders brunch in fr...

    on June 5, 2003
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    Delinquent Habits - Not Getting Laid With the Orphans

    Photo by James BunoanThe Orphans are the most feared, loved and misunderstood group of sweetheart delinquents you'll likely ever encounter. Whether it's the relentless screeching of Dan Carranza's pick sliding against his guitar E-string, the Richen...

    by KAT JETSON on June 5, 2003
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    Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Cex - The weird-ass life of the white Eminem

    He did once call himself the white Eminem (though now he's more into being the "black Marilyn Manson"), and we know how kindly the parental-advisory generation regards Eminem--well, pre-8 Mile and a spate of you're-the-man-now-dawg! soccer moms, any...

    by Chris Ziegler on June 5, 2003
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    Like Mondrian Going Impressionist - The Buzzcocks Are Almost Real

    Like fellow Mancs the Fall, Joy Division and Happy Mondays, the Buzzcocks are--or were--true progenitors of a style. In 1976, they took classic themes of teenage lust and malaise and injected them with an amphetaminic urgency: Has love ever sounded ...

    by SAMANTHA OTT on June 5, 2003
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    Give the Cowboys Some Acid

    Photo by James BunoanCAMPER VAN BEETHOVEN/CRACKER HOUSE OF BLUES WEDNESDAY, MAY 14 We looked forward to partaking in this slice of early-'90s nostalgia--returning, however briefly, to a time when most of the bands we heard on the radio were tole...

    on May 29, 2003
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    LUIS GABRIEL BARBOSA HERE WE BELONG (SIX-TRACK SELF-RELEASED EP) It is with earnest regret that we announce the demise of Latin alternativers Voz de Mano, who have declared an indefinite hiatus after nearly a decade of unappreciated genius. Than...

    on May 29, 2003
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    Yerba Buena

    YERBA BUENA PRESIDENT ALIEN RAZOR & TIE New York hasn't developed anything noteworthy in the Latin-music galaxy since the days of the Fania All-Stars in the '70s, but here come Yerba Buena. With their debut, President Alien, the seven-person col...

    on May 29, 2003
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    The Bellrays

    THE BELLRAYS RAW COLLECTION UPPERCUT The BellRays are one of SoCal's greats, and singer Lisa Kekaula is one of our greatest, a no-bullshit belter with a voice as hot as a blowtorch--reviewers reference Tina Turner and Aretha Franklin and easily ...

    by Chris Ziegler on May 29, 2003
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    Try Everything Once - Money Marks stupid, lurid brilliance

    The mystique surrounding Money Mark is that of a serious indie musician, but his mantra might as well be "stupid, lurid, brilliant." Case in point: it's 1994, and Money Mark (real name: Mark Ramos-Nishita) is playing a gig in downtown LA. The peop...

    by ANDREW ASCH on May 29, 2003
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    Carburetors and the Devil - Texas is trying to kill the riverboat gamblers

    The Riverboat Gamblers are explaining Texas for us. King of the Hill is dead-on, says singer Mike Wiebe. So is The Last Picture Show. Pat Boone and Roy Orbison both lived in the Gamblers' hometown of Denton, a flat little college satellite outside D...

    by Chris Ziegler on May 29, 2003
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    Catharsis Queen - Loving the cruel world with Googoosh

    I was halfway through my interview with Persian pop princess Googoosh when our connection abruptly cut off. She called back about five minutes later, apologizing profusely for her mercurial cell phone. "What happened was that I was in a special plac...

    by Gustavo Arellano on May 29, 2003
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    PHOTOBOOTH/WELLSVILLE THE HUB, FULLERTON SUNDAY, MAY 11 Mother's Day night at the Hub, with music supplied for people bent on avoiding the rituals of the made-up holiday. Who wants to hang with grouchy, bipolar Mom, after all, when they could go...

    on May 22, 2003
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