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    Mmmmm, Red Meat! - And the horrors of mortality

    There's a long, noble tradition of hillbilly bands siftin' cornpone n'yuk-n'yuks into their shtick along with the expected hot licks and classic tunes, from Lonzo & Oscar to Homer & Jethro, from Red Ingle & his Natural Seven to the Maddox Brothers &...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on January 18, 2001
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    Aural Sects - The Causey Ways cult of personality

    There's really no reason to call it sacrilege or heresy. No point in getting out the signs and picketing, in calling in the ATF, in getting all upset over one little band, one little singer and the simple, universal truths he's bringing to the peopl...

    by Chris Ziegler on January 18, 2001
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    Give Peas a Chance - If Black Eyed Peas are hip-hop radicals, theyre also business pragmatists

    While most chart-topping rappers broadcast the familiar ghetto manifesto of bling-bling, bitches and bullets, Black Eyed Peas (BEP) say they have a different agenda: they want to raise their listeners' eyes beyond the Benjamins. Although BEP came up...

    by ARRISSIA OWEN on January 18, 2001
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    Ronnie Washburn Guitarist/Singer for Tourist

    Photo by Jeanne Rice> Radar. The only band I would want to hear play a 30-minute song with no repeating parts. I'd call it "math rock on acid" if I were looking for a description other than plain old supercalifragilisticexpialodocious. > Neal's Mu...

    on January 11, 2001
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    Whats a Rock & Roll Nihilist to Do?

    The Stitches/The Flip'n Whiteys/Shot to Hell Linda's Doll Hut Friday, Dec. 29 As millenniums go, we'd expected more. Where are the flying cars? The underwater cities? Jesus? Instead, it's been a year that started with a whimper and looks to be en...

    by Chris Ziegler on January 11, 2001
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    The Sex Aficionado

    Kyle's friends lovingly call him a pervert because, as he says with one eyebrow cocked, "Well, I am." It's not really that he's perverted, it's that he talks about sex all the time. He talks about the sex he's had. He talks about the sex he would li...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on January 11, 2001
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    Search and Annoy - God spare us the horror! Its Fish People

    If you've ever seen the Fish People, you won't even be able to read this. You'll be locked in a posttraumatic-stress flashback: all you wanted to do was catch a nice little hardcore or pop show at Koo's Art Cafe or Chain Reaction, maybe sneak a peek...

    by Chris Ziegler on January 11, 2001
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    Renegades of Funk - And jazz. And soul. And blues. And rock

    It's hard to imagine a more inspired pairing than War and Poncho Sanchez, who play together Friday night at the Sun Theatre. War is among the most criminally underrated bands of the past 31 years in several important respects. First, they remain lar...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on January 11, 2001
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    Return to Sender - The year in really, realy bad music publicity photos and press releases

    IT'S WANKER-RIFIC! "PAPA ROACH ANNOUNCE HEADLINING MASTER BAY TOUR WITH (HED)PE AND LINKIN PARK" WE'RE THIS DESPERATE "Aussie band CURFEW want to be heard over the American airwaves. They are determined to be internationally recognized and wil...

    by Rich Kane on January 11, 2001
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    Not Just a Beach Boys Fanboy - Bikerides newest CD shows how far you can go if you pedal backward hard

    Photo by Erik ForrssellAmid the fashionable misanthropic punk and throwaway ska the Orange County music scene once stirred, Tony Carbone never forgot the sublime bits of Orange County that inspired some of the most melodic music in America. Indeed, ...

    by MICHAEL ALARCON on January 11, 2001
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    Rewind - Great gigs of '00

    Photo by Jack GouldJan. 15 at Chain Reaction: Sparklejets UK cement a reputation as OC's most perfect, pure-pop band. Jan. 21 at the Hub Cafe: The Moseleys shoot off a wigged-out blast of lust gone oh-so-wrong, hip-thrusting, psycho-hoodoo, crotch...

    by Rich Kane on January 4, 2001
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    How Punk Rock Saved This Puppys Penis - The year in feel-good music stories

    Photo by Andy HarrisMaybe punk is dead, you say; maybe it never changed anything but a few haircuts. Maybe you're right. But in some small way, it changed a dog's penis. And maybe that's how the revolution is going to start. It was St. Patrick's D...

    by Chris Ziegler on January 4, 2001
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    Absolute Honesty

    Last night, George dreamed that he got away with murder. In his dream, he was a 9-year-old prodigy who'd killed someone and buried the body in the back yard. In order to stay one step ahead of the feds, he went through "a continual process of diggin...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on January 4, 2001
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    Absolute Honesty

    Last night, George dreamed that he got away with murder. In his dream, he was a 9-year-old prodigy who'd killed someone and buried the body in the back yard. In order to stay one step ahead of the feds, he went through "a continual process of diggin...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on January 4, 2001
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    Brian Brannon

    Photo by Jeanne RiceBrian is the singer for JFA, Rossmoor/Los Alamitos editor ofThe Sun newspaper in Seal Beach > The Idiots. The punkest muthas I know. When these guys play a show, soundmen cringe and club owners either leave the building or go ble...

    on December 28, 2000
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    Vandals Incorporated - Oi to the world!

    Joe Escalante lies semi-conscious on a cracked, dry lakebed somewhere north of LA, clad only in his socks and boxers. The two thugs who've kidnapped him are nudging him to get up, and since they're both waving guns in his face, he's happy to oblige....

    by Rich Kane on December 28, 2000
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    Real Purty - Buddys 10 best of two-oh-oh-oh

    There's a couple of telling statistics in my list of the 10 Best Albums of 2000: six were released on indie labels, two were artist-owned label releases, and only two came from corporate conglomerates. Draw your own conclusions. Also, two of the act...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on December 28, 2000
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    Flawed Beauty

    Have you ever gone out with someone who has horrible taste in the opposite sex and yet finds you attractive? It really does a number on the self-esteem. One night, I jokingly asked my date --we'll call him Horton--if the bruises on my legs (which ...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on December 28, 2000
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    Mudhoney Plugged-In

    Damien Jurado/Songs: Ohia/Map Koo's Art Cafe Wednesday, Nov. 29 Riverside's Map were both intriguing and not, plopping down some of that slow, sad, dreamy shoegazer stuff, only without the feedback. That their songs had cheesy titles like "The...

    by Rich Kane on December 21, 2000
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    Derrick Brown

    Photo by Keith MayDerrick is lead wordsmith of the John Wilkes Kissing Booth > The Longpigs, Mobile Home. Here's an album from the best band in England right now, reminiscent of those Sinatra moments where you can hear the booze affect some of his p...

    on December 21, 2000
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