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    Earsand Assesare Ready - C.O.C.O. reanimate corpses, teach dance and party

    The kids don't wanna dance anymore--at least the cool ones don't. Maybe it's those oh-so-tight pants, but your stereotypical indie rockers aren't gonna jump around much, unless it's while trying to dig a thrumming cell phone out of their even-tighte...

    by Chris Ziegler on March 15, 2001
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    Zeke? F@*&!!! - How could something like this evade capture for seven long, ugly years?

    You can't talk about Zeke without using the word "fucking." Observe: "Zeke fucking rock"; "Zeke are fucking loud"; "Zeke played with fucking Pearl Jam?" And yeah, the words "goddamn" and occasionally "Motrhead" may also be used at your discretion, ...

    by Chris Ziegler on March 15, 2001
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    Balls, Balls, Balls! - The return of Isaac Hayes

    In the 1970s, Big George Foreman was this baleful, menacing, glowering figure who frowned like a gargoyle, pitched temper tantrums and knocked the holy bejesus out of people without evidence of mercy. Shortly after Joe Frazier made Ali his bitch, Bi...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on March 15, 2001
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    Cryptic Cretins - The enigma of Lomax Monk

    Photo by Jack GouldGeoff Harrington is into some weird shit. Should you, while traveling through the tight-knit, talent-satur-ated Costa Mesa music scene, casually mention his name, you'll most likely hear all manner of urban legend attached to him-...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on March 15, 2001
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    Marcia Escobosa - Rythm guitarist for Blank, graphic designer

    Photo by Jeanne Rice >God and music. Writing and performing music that reflects the love and message of Christ is what really fulfills me. I need my music to be about something ultimately meaningful and real, something I can explore my entire life a...

    on March 1, 2001
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    Lounging Around

    Jay Buchanan/Deccatree/ Square/Telecast/Monde Green The Gypsy Lounge Friday, Feb. 16 Now it's time to check back with the scene at the Gypsy Lounge, South County's best local-band-oriented rock club (that's not teeming with cheeseball cover act...

    by Rich Kane on March 1, 2001
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    Now Sample Free! - Drum-and-bass perfectionists. Roni Size/Reprazent get real.

    Roni Size/Reprazent have accomplished what seemed impossible: translating highly polished studio music into a powerful, live drum-and-bass show. It was one thing when the Bristol-based collective captured the Mercury Music Prize (the Brit equivale...

    by ANNA BARR on March 1, 2001
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    Rasta Royale - The reggae death match of the century!

    Here in Orange County--the epicenter of Dewd Culture and Republicanism--the exotic world of reggae music is a grand mystery to the public at large. In an effort to foster better understanding between cultures, I've asked two of our finest local regg...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on March 1, 2001
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    Space Cowboy - 20 reasons why I love Willie Nelson

    1. He looks a whole lot like Granny Clampett these days, which makes me chuckle merrily. 2. He appeared on King of the Hill and was very patient with Hank Hill, of whom I'm quite fond. 3. He's a country musician from Texas who has never performe...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on March 1, 2001
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    The Osmonds of Punk - Youth Brigade will be young till they die

    Photo by Jack GouldNo matter how many birthdays Shawn Stern racks up, he's still going to be young. He still plays guitar and sings in his punk rock band, still loves the show Jackass (but advocates responsibility and caution when setting yourself o...

    by Chris Ziegler on March 1, 2001
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    Stop Your Gobbin - Punk rock doc makes the music go bang

    Punk kids today got it easy. Never had to deal with getting beat up because of their funny-colored hair. Never had to put up with just-for-the-hell-of-it harassment from the cops--hey, a lot of cops today were once punkers. So maybe that's part of t...

    by Rich Kane on March 1, 2001
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    A Perfect . . . Huh?

    A Perfect Circle Bren Events Center Tuesday, Feb. 6 My friend Mike is an audio/engineering/electronics geek who sometimes prattles on for hours about all sorts of things I don't really understand, like patchbays, capacitors, resistors, transform...

    on February 22, 2001
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    New Music

    STEPHEN MALKMUS STEPHEN MALKMUS MATADOR RECORDS If you ask Pavement fans how they felt when the band broke up two years ago, be prepared for an onslaught of groans and sniffles. Hey, kids, cheer up: Pavement may be gone, but indie-rock dreamboat...

    on February 22, 2001
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    Batmans Ass-Whupper - The voices in Wesley Willis head

    Wesley Willis is a little . . . out there. But so was Brian Wilson, and if Willis songs like "I Whupped Batman's Ass," "Cut the Mullet" or "Fuck With Me and Find Out" aren't quite "Good Vibrations," well, he probably doesn't care. Rock & roll makes ...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 22, 2001
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    Grrrrrrrr . . . . . . . . - What happened to the blues? Jonny Lang

    It's one of those days. I'm as cranky as Linda Tripp in an unemployment line, and I'm gonna rant. I woke up with a hangover (thanks, Jib) and the first stirrings of a nasty head cold; drove from OC to San Diego and got stuck in traffic for an hour; ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on February 22, 2001
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    Extendo-Progressive Instrumental Things

    The Crotch-Patter! Unwound The Troubadour Friday, Feb. 2 If the powers that be found out that instead of reviewing a local band at a local club, I reviewed an Olympia, Washington, band at a Los Angeles club, they'd be pretty pissed, so that w...

    on February 15, 2001
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    Extendo-Progressive Instrumental Things

    The Crotch-Patter! Unwound The Troubadour Friday, Feb. 2 If the powers that be found out that instead of reviewing a local band at a local club, I reviewed an Olympia, Washington, band at a Los Angeles club, they'd be pretty pissed, so that wi...

    on February 15, 2001
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    Robert John Keysers

    Photo by Jeanne RiceKeysers is the fiddler and/or singer for the American Wake, Silet Planet and Epic Detour. >My fiddle. My No. 1 prized possession. It's a German violin, about 120 years old. I found it at a yard sale in Northridge when I was 13. I...

    on February 15, 2001
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    The Surfboard, the Dominatrix and the FBI - The Skulls give good head

    Photo by Jack GouldSo they're drunk. Pantsless. A little bloody. A little electrocuted. Got their guitar snapped in half. Popcorn all over the stage. Their bar tab's through the roof. Girls are trying to tear their clothes off. And then the FBI agen...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 15, 2001
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    A Jill Scott Hearin - Hip-hop thats urban and urbane, full of love, and ready for butt-kicking

    Jill Scott's spirituality is an earthly delight. Her songs fly with exuberance that the air is so filled with love, but they inevitably come down to the fact that love needs to be active to be anything more than good intentions. Scott reminds us tha...

    by DAVE WIELENGA on February 15, 2001
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