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    The Process of Weeding Out - The Black Flag that even Black Flag hated

    "Starting a set with an eight-minute instrumental--no wonder people threw cups of piss at them." --Stephen Egerton, guitarist for ALL and the Descendents, on his favorite band, Black Flag A lot can be said about Black Flag, and a lot has been: th...

    by REX REASON on December 19, 2002
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    Staying Alive - The Red 7s are cancer-killers

    The Red 7's are no strangers to fear and anxiety. Take this line from "Dream Girl," one of their more unsettling songs, all about a psychotic stalker with a penchant for creepy sexual urges: "I like the way it tastes/The mess it makes/The things I d...

    by JOHN ROOS on December 19, 2002
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    Suddenly In Vogue - The Middle Class may have been the most influential band youve never heard of

    Photo by James BunoanA 16-year-old lad walked into Out of Vogue in downtown Fullerton recently and asked the friendly man behind the counter, "Did you know this place was named after a song?" Mike Atta had to laugh right back at the poor lil' sap....

    by Matt Coker on December 12, 2002
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    Got Punk If You Want It!

    VARIOUS ARTISTS YOU CALL THIS MUSIC?! VOL. 2 GC RECORDS Everybody has an idea about what is and isn't punk, but there has always been one sure way to test for authenticity: real punk is never easy to listen to. Instead, it's a genre that has al...

    on December 5, 2002
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    Peanut Butter Wolf's Jukebox 45s

    VARIOUS ARTISTS PEANUT BUTTER WOLF'S JUKEBOX 45S STONES THROW In my darkest nightmares, I think the music industry has a squad of thugs to quash projects this inspired. Get this: Peanut Butter Wolf, the chief of LA-based indie label Stones Thro...

    by ANDREW ASCH on December 5, 2002
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    VOLOVN VOLOVN LAKESHORE With music critics drooling over the "rock is back" movement like it was the second coming of Ricky Martin, fans are unfortunately forgetting the genre's kissing cousin pop rock is in desperate need of a savior. But Mo...

    on December 5, 2002
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    Still So Unusual - Cyndi Lauper: Just pleasure, not guilty

    So I'm sitting on my roommate's bed, wedged between a limp pile of dirty underwear and a cockeyed row of those little airplane liquor bottles, talking about the Enron collapse with Cyndi Lauper. Dream come true? Well, I never pictured the underwear-...

    by Chris Ziegler on December 5, 2002
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    Kat Griffin

    Photo by James BunoanTalking to Kat Griffin is like talking to someone who knows assloads about something you know nothing about, unless of course you happen to know a lot about cocktail music, in which case, what, you think you're better than us? B...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on December 5, 2002
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    Ask Cannibal Corpse! - Questions for the gods of death metal

    Cannibal Corpse, those oh-so-wacky, black-clad, hair-tossin' metal icons (with a catalog of bring-'em-home-to-meet-mom songs such as "Fucked With a Knife," "Meat Hook Sodomy" and "Skullful of Maggots") will be playing the Galaxy Concert Theatre on T...

    by Rich Kane on December 5, 2002
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    The Loco-Motion - On the pot with Mark Farner

    Mark Farner was the lead singer and guitarist of the multiplatinum-selling, proto-butt-rockin' Grand Funk Railroad, the loud and rude '70s Detroit group hated by music critics as much as they were embraced by the unwashed, proto-butt-rockin' masses....

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on December 5, 2002
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    BIKERIDE MORNING MACUMBA FULL-LENGTH CD HIDDEN AGENDA/PARASOL In a four-album-long career of crafting perfect pop masterpieces, this might be Bikeride's masterpieciest yet. This time, confidence pumped up by a slew of glowing press from the like...

    by Rich Kane on November 28, 2002
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    Gulping From the Horse Trough

    Photo by James Bunoan The Pop Narcotic/Counterfit/Fin Fang Foom/Locale A.M./Laymen Terms Chain Reaction, Anaheim Sunday, Nov. 17 It's been awhile since we've hung out at a half-filled--or even half-empty--Chain Reaction. Back when this was Publi...

    by Rich Kane on November 28, 2002
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    It Just Feels Good - Rilo Kiley so genuinely rock

    When I told my friend that Rilo Kiley singer Jenny Lewis was an ex-child actress who'd starred in The Wizard and Troop Beverly Hills, he was flabbergasted. "But she seems so--so genuinely rock!" he sputtered. It's funny: acting and playing music...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on November 28, 2002
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    Jazz Is Not a Dirty Word - John Pizzarelli: People not stupid

    John Pizzarelli isn't a name you hear bantered about much when critics discuss the "young lions" of jazz. And this is unjust. Pizzarelli's gifts as a guitarist/singer are a match for anyone his vintage and beyond in jazz, but since he's youngish by ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on November 28, 2002
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    Rock Is Back? - Tell it to Fountains of Wayne, trend boy

    You know, we probably wouldn't have to be enduring all this "rock is back" critics' blather about the Hives/White Stripes/Strokes/Vines/Your Underachieving Dolls-Influenced Band Name Here if enough people had been paying attention to Fountains of Wa...

    by JIM WASHBURN on November 28, 2002
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    The Egil Has Landed - Swedish Egil wants to put dance back on the air

    Photo by James BunoanIt should have felt like a lead-packed sucker punch, but Swedish Egil didn't yelp. He was too much of a gentleman to make a big fuss about it. Radio behemoth Clear Channel had just pulled the plug on his dream gig: running Int...

    by ANDREW ASCH on November 28, 2002
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    Past Perfect

    Photo by Matt Otto THE STARVATIONS ONE LONG NIGHT EP (KAPOW RECORDS) "HORRIFIED EYES" and "MAINTAINING MY GRAVE" SEVEN-INCHES (GSL) The Starvations are everything you can't be; everything that can't happen anymore. They're the sound of the past ...

    by REX REASON on November 21, 2002
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    Johnny Cash

    JOHNNY CASH AMERICAN IV: THE MAN WHO COMES AROUND AMERICAN/LOST HIGHWAY This takes balls: a 70-year-old man performing acoustic versions of such loathsome '90s hits as Depeche Mode's "Personal Jesus" and Nine Inch Nails' "Hurt." No joke. Johnny ...

    by ANDREW ASCH on November 21, 2002
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    The Piranhas

    THE PIRANHAS EROTIC GRIT MOVIES IN THE RED RECORDS This is documented evidence of insanity--real insanity, not the kind where the lead singer leans over and sorta shakes his head ruefully. No, the Piranhas' Jamie would more likely duct-tape a ...

    by BRETT SCHULTZ on November 21, 2002
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    Ve Have Vays of Making You Dance!

    Photo by Matt Otto DANCE DISASTER MOVEMENT THE PROSPECTOR, LONG BEACH SATURDAY, NOV. 9 They're a strange, strange beast, this Dance Disaster Movement--two toothpick-skinny dudes decked out in sanitarium-shock-room white, torturing the blippy-blo...

    on November 21, 2002
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