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    Stormy Weather - Here comes the Psychic Rain again

    It's a rare evening that you'll see a local opening act completely blow away the more successful headliner. But it happened one night last August at the Galaxy Concert Theatre, when Psychic Rain were warming up for the Outfield. There was front man ...

    by GEORGE A. PAUL on December 2, 1999
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    Teddy Morgan Is Easy on the Ears - And Sleepy La Beef is about to lose control, and we think we like it

    When I first heard TEDDY MORGAN & THE PISTOLAS' new album, Lost Love and Highways, it reminded me a lot of the past decade's roots-rock bands such as Rank & File, the Long Ryders, Green on Red, etc. It seemed well-meaning, competently executed and l...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on December 2, 1999
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    How-dee, Buck!

    The Moonlight Wranglers/Buck Sawtooth Linda's Doll Hut Sunday, Nov. 7 Howdylicious! is an alt.-country radio show that airs on KUCI every Sunday night from 8 to 10 p.m. Even though we've never actually heard the program (like everything else on ...

    by Rich Kane on November 18, 1999
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    Scott Presant, Publisher of Skratch Magazine - Realist/Pessimist Whose Beliefs and Opinions are of No More Value Than the Next Persons (He told us to say that)

    Photo by Jeanne Rice> The Get Up Kids, Four Minute Mile. "Great emo. The band is at its peak with this album. Superb vocals, excellent lyrics. Music with feeling." > Bombshell Rocks, Street Art Gallery. "Old-school punk. Very cool." > Various ar...

    on November 18, 1999
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    Mark Lanegan and Dr. Awkward

    Mark Lanegan I'll Take Care of You Sub Pop Women of the world, Mark Lanegan has only one request: please. Please. Consider me. The gravelly-voiced singer best known for his work with Seattle's Screaming Trees reveals an unexpectedly tender side ...

    on November 18, 1999
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    His Name Is Alive - The rise of the new Christian hardcore

    Since the celibate, teetotaling band Minor Threat formed in the early '80s, the straight-edge punk movement has taken on many permutations: there are your vegan eco-warriors like Earth Crisis, Hare Krishna punkers Shelter and Both Worlds, or queerco...

    by ANDREW LENTZ on November 18, 1999
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    Metaphysical Graffiti - The Zen blues of Kelly Joe Phelps

    When you listen to the blues of Kelly Joe Phelps--intoned with his spooky, bottleneck guitar and gravelly, barely-above-a-murmur voice--you're transported to the Mississippi delta, land of the real, gritty, painful shit, served up by black men like ...

    by JOHN ROOS on November 18, 1999
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    Goat Ropers Romp, Blues Lovers Stomp! - Buck Owens and B.B. King in the same week

    It's a pretty fancy week indeed in OC when two bona fide giants of American music appear in concert. All the better that their schedules don't conflict, so you don't have to miss one for the other--although these outrageous ticket prices are enough ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on November 18, 1999
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    Scary Tribute Bands Edition!

    Hotel California/Which One's Pink?/Planet Earth (a.k.a. "The Eagles," "Pink Floyd" and "Duran Duran") Hogue Barmichael's Friday, Oct. 29 Imagine an OC without Linda's Doll Hut. An OC without Club 369, without Chain Reaction, without Steamers, ...

    by Rich Kane on November 11, 1999
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    Katy Moffatt, Idlewild, and Kris Delmhorst

    Katy Moffatt Loose Diamond Hightone Records You can feel the saloon doors sway as you brush through them. Once inside, you wearily wobble up to the bar and order a tall cold one. No--make that a shot of something with more bite. Chances are you'...

    on November 11, 1999
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    Jennifer Corday - Orange-Based Songwriter/Musician

    Photo by Jeanne Rice> Dido, No Angel. "Abso-fucking-lutely my favorite album in a long time! Moody, haunting, addicting . . . Buy it, buy it, buy it! All thumbs up!" > Beth Orton, Central Reservation. "Underneath mega-monster corporate-label congl...

    on November 11, 1999
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    See Deke Run! - Seven days of fabulous music

    DEKE DICKERSON kicks my ass! Not only is he among the best guitarists you'll ever see (Joe Maphis lives!), but his albums are so much fun they make me feel like diving naked into a pool filled with blue Jell-O. I have no idea why this occurs to me, ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on November 11, 1999
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    Power-Ballad-N-Vote!

    It's been a politically volatile year for the residents of Little Saigon. There were mass protests surrounding the video store of Ho Chi Minh follower Truong Van Tran. The Clinton administration expanded trade with Vietnam. In September, county Repu...

    by VU NGUYEN on November 4, 1999
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    Popera - Dennis Cleveland aint no stinkin Traviata

    Confession used to mean you sat in a small wooden box, talked through a screen, exposed your sins and received absolution from a priest before your maker and the heavenly host. In the '90s, you're received through a small cable box and exposed on ...

    by DAVID BÃ?NDLER on November 4, 1999
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    A Week of Bad Manners - Oh, and the well-mannered Derailers, too

    Orange County will get a little louder and tuffer on Saturday night, when local rockers THE BLEEDERS host a release party for their new self-titled EP at Club Mesa. The boys are giving away a CD to everyone who turns out, so there's no excuse not to...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on November 4, 1999
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    Brand New Karn!

    Jud Karn/Tragic Johnson/John Wilkes Kissing Booth/Sri Linda's Doll Hut Friday, Oct. 22 While it's true that we've been mega, megaBruce Springsteen fans since wayback before Born in the USA (an era when seemingly every flag-waving, Rambo-worshipi...

    by Rich Kane on November 4, 1999
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    CD Reviews

    Mike Ness Under the Influences Time Bomb Recordings Under the Influences, Mike Ness' all-covers album (out Nov. 9), marks the second release in one year from OC's punk godfather, arriving a mere seven months on the heels of Cheating at Solitaire,...

    on November 4, 1999
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    Vacation, Baby

    So where the hell were we last week? Vacation, bruthas and sistahs! Our bad selves needed to take a break from our thankless job of sorting out the begonias from the ragweed among all the local talent. But just so we can use our travels as a tax wri...

    by Rich Kane on October 21, 1999
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    Lisa Sexton - Assistant Concert Director, Sun Theatre

    > Duran Duran, "Friends of Mine." "Duran Duran was the first band I fell in love with, and my love affair with these '80s gods remains true to this day! At the Universal Amphitheater a few weeks ago, they blew my mind performing their classic tune '...

    on October 21, 1999
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    Save FerrisModifiedEpic Records

    Never really thought much of Save Ferris--local success stories aside, their brand of light, breezy ska pop never stuck to our gizzards. Then we caught 'em at Weenie Roast '98, where they handed in one of the two or three best sets of the day--thoug...

    by Rich Kane on October 21, 1999
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