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    Languis Resident Aliens - Sometimes fairly simple, sometimes fairly complex

    The literati who first perused Franz Kafka's stories might have liked Languis. And who knows? Maybe the band could have played one of Flannery O'Connor's mysterious literary soirees. Because they would have fit in just fine--like a lot of great writ...

    by ANDREW ASCH on August 22, 2002
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    Enrique Bunbury

    ENRIQUE BUNBURY FLAMINGOS EMI LATIN For the past couple of years, devout fans have swallowed former Hroes de Silencio front man Enrique Bunbury's solo projects like they're taking musical communion. And he hasn't disappointed the faithful; h...

    on August 15, 2002
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    Photo by James Bunoan NOMADIC MINDS/RATTLESNAKES/OBCD/FISH PEOPLE YOUTH DROP IN CENTER, GARDEN GROVE FRIDAY, AUG. 2 Nomadic Minds was two guys and, like, a CD-ROM full of beats from San Diego trying valiantly to get timid Drop In Center kids to ...

    by Chris Ziegler on August 15, 2002
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    DJ TEEBEE & K . . . PRESENT THE DEEPER SIDE OF DRUM & BASS ROCKWELL RECORDINGS/SUBTITLES Drum-and-bass is music for evil geniuses. Evil because it's jacked up with a malign sci-fi vibe perfectly tailored for dystopian epics like Blade Runner; gen...

    by ANDREW ASCH on August 15, 2002
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    Big Brown Sky Country!

    OTHER DESERT CITIES SELF-TITLED ALBUM VELVET BLUE MUSIC The LBC doesn't seem to be the ideal environment for melancholic alt.-country, so it must be by the grace of God that the beauty of Other Desert Cities(both the recording and the quintet) o...

    on August 15, 2002
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    Get Naked! Get Naked! - How much art can Dillinger Four take?

    Dillinger Four is a band built on contradiction: lyrics referencing American Revolutionary figures belted out by a naked drunk guy (with "HOW MUCH ART CAN YOU TAKE?" tattooed in block letters across his chest), working-class anthems written by Ph.D....

    by REX REASON on August 15, 2002
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    The Thin White Puke - David Bowie has never been good

    I bought a David Bowie album once. It was called Diamond Dogs. I bought the album because I was 15 years old and it had a big dog dick on the cover. When you're 15, dog dicks are cool. Come to think of it, I'm old now and still think dog dicks are q...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on August 15, 2002
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    Ska-brones! - Viernes 13 are the vanguards of a new Latino musical rebellion

    They're the cities that secession forgot: the burbs between and around the 91, 710, 605 and 60 freeways; not quite Los Angeles and definitely not Orange County. For the English- and Spanish-language media, these cities--Paramount, Lynwood and Cudahy...

    on August 15, 2002
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    Maple Leaf Rag - Blame Canada for the Tragically Hip

    I like Canada well enough. Beautiful scenery, nice people, socialized medicine. But there are two things Canada will never, ever be good at producing. One is an edible hamburger--Canadian "beef" is always this gray, grotesque mound of mystery fles...

    by Rich Kane on August 15, 2002
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    Pump It Up!

    Photo by Eric Mayfield THE INTERNATIONAL POP OVERTHROW STANTON PARK SUNDAY, JULY 28 'Twas quite a weekend for small, little-publicized music fests--the kind you can't pay for at TicketBastard--what with the Cool Radio 94.3/Live Magazine-sponso...

    by Rich Kane on August 8, 2002
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    The Power to Deflower - A few dirty questions with the Fuse!

    Photo by Matt OttoIt seems that rock & roll is being "reinvented" on an hourly basis these days by every musician with access to a thrift-store guitar or subtalented sibling or spouse--or at least that's what we're being force-fed by the almighty ro...

    by JIM FREEK on August 8, 2002
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    Chingazos at Verizon! - Get ready for a battle of the bands between El Tri and Ozomatli

    There's something important that people need to learn: rock en espaol and Latin alternative music, though related, are two radically dissimilar categories. But wouldn't-know-better promoters frequently ignore this distinction and continue to create...

    by Gustavo Arellano on August 8, 2002
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    A la Verga con la Policia! - Cuauhtemocs police story

    Photo by Gustave ArellanoIf the police could arrest Cuauhtmoc just for being a band, they probably would. Their music is an activist's dream: bombastic drumbeats, Rage-esque guitar anarchy, and explosive vocal trade-offs between the smooth voice ...

    by Gustavo Arellano on August 8, 2002
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    Cher! - Or someone like her

    By day, 26-year-old Steven Andrade is a mild-mannered, suit-and-tie-wearing Philadelphia hotel worker. But at night, out come the wigs, the makeup, the heels and all the fierce glammy-glam glamour of his drag alter ego, Ginger Snaps. Ginger's most f...

    by Rich Kane on August 8, 2002
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    Nothing to Hate - Sean Costello: lazy, talented, not smegma receptacle

    If there's one thing I bloody dog-fucking hate, it's pretty-boy-cracker-ass guitarists who look more like they should be appearing on Oz in lipstick and pigtails as Vern Schillinger's latest smegma receptacle than gigging at high-profile festivals a...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on August 8, 2002
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    Hold the Handclaps!

    Photo by Jack Gould JOHN WILKES KISSING BOOTH A THREAT IN THE BROADCAST VELVET BLUE MUSIC Deprived of the support of a full PR team, born without fantastically wealthy fathers, and cursed with sadly un-afro-able and thus unmarketable hair, it ap...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on August 1, 2002
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    Various Artists

    VARIOUS ARTISTS HOW WE ROCK BURNING HEART/EPITAPH There's a reason words like explosive and bombastic are used to describe good rock & roll. When it's done right, that's exactly how it sounds: the musical equivalent of the bombing of Dresden, th...

    by REX REASON on August 1, 2002
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    Shopping Mall Rock!

    Photo by Gustavo Arellano CRUSH REALITY/PSEUDOCIPHER SING SING, IRVINE and LONG BEACH SHORT BUS/THE STARVATIONS CRAZY HORSE STEAKHOUSE & SALOON, IRVINE SUNDAY, JULY 21 Sing Sing, usually the haunt of schmaltzy piano bar crooners, was deader t...

    on August 1, 2002
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    OZMA THE DOUBBLE DONKEY DISC (KUNG FU) Ozma is more Weezer than any of those dime-a-dozen pretenders to the throne that Weezer sits upon; in fact, these days, Ozma is even more Weezer than the pop-rock crown-bearers themselves. They bring back m...

    by DAVID KIRKENDALL on August 1, 2002
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    Louder! Tuffer! Stoopider! Scarier! - Fighting the British Invasion with Paul Revere and the Raiders

    Illustration by Kathryn HyattThe Pacific Northwest during the early-to-mid-'60s hosted some of the most ferocious and timeless rock & roll ever produced, although the scene is all but forgotten today. But from Portland through Tacoma and Seattle, in...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on August 1, 2002
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