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    Get Up Superstars

    The Get Up Kids/The Anniversary/Koufax/Le Klix at Chain Reaction Sunday Sept. 17 When Kansas City underground idols the Get Up Kids played a semisecret show at Koo's Cafe last year, they pulled up to the club in a cramped-looking, slightly batter...

    by Rich Kane on September 28, 2000
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    Computer Blue - The rise and fall and rise again of Rocketeria

    Photo by Jack GouldGrowing up in Guatemala City, Sal Rodas saw something he says he'll never forget: a white hand hastily spray-painted on the front door of an apartment down the street from his house. The symbol had been put there by the infamous M...

    by Nick Schou on September 28, 2000
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    Punk en Espanol - Union 13 let it burn

    Class, please pay attention. Uh, young man in the back there-that's right, baldy, you with the Doc Martens. Take those headphones off! Sorry for the interruption. As I was saying, no one really knows when punk rock began. Some think it's been arou...

    by RALPH GORODETSKY on September 28, 2000
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    Land of Native Dreams - Randy Newman's life is good

    The latest lesson in the education of RANDY NEWMAN is that quality doesn't necessarily count for a lot in the contemporary music scene anymore. Newman, one of America's truly great singer/songwriters, had high hopes when his album Bad Love was relea...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on September 28, 2000
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    The Horsepainters

    The Hub Saturday, Aug. 26 This looks to be the second great band to emerge from the ruins of the excellent Shuffledown. The first, Fistful of Lonely, recently imploded when their main guy, Bearden Coleman, cut out for the East Coast. So now we h...

    by Rich Kane on September 21, 2000
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    The Horsepainters

    The Hub Saturday, Aug. 26 This looks to be the second great band to emerge from the ruins of the excellent Shuffledown. The first, Fistful of Lonely, recently imploded when their main guy, Bearden Coleman, cut out for the East Coast. So now we ha...

    by Rich Kane on September 21, 2000
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    New Music

    STEW GUEST HOST TELEGRAPH COMPANY Stew's full-time band, Silver Lake icons the Negro Problem, is not breaking up just because he decided to do a solo album--the band's recent month-long residency at the Blue Cafe should prove that. But given that ...

    by GEORGE FRYER on September 21, 2000
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    The Ska Parade World Turns

    >>>After 10 years and more than 500 shows, Tazy Phyllipz has finally changed the name of his renowned Ska Parade radio program (currently airing every Saturday at noon on KUCI-FM 88.9). The new moniker: SP Radio One. We say "finally" because the sho...

    by Rich Kane on September 21, 2000
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    Glowstick Smackdown - Its Narnia vs. Oracle 3 in a big, bug-eyed rave war!

    Glowstick manufacturers must be having a banner era. Those little luminous rods have been a source of rapture for thousands of wide-eyed party people at massive events like Audiotistic, Jujubeats, Nocturnal Wonderland and scores of other raves this ...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on September 21, 2000
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    Surf Wax Uranus - Man Or Astroman?s outer-space shtick

    Atlanta's Man or Astro-man? are a foursome who dress in elaborate, shiny, gaudy space costumes; clutter their stage with outer space-looking props; speak in digitized-sounding robot voices; give their albums funny, wordy titles like Project Infinity...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on September 21, 2000
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    Trout Fishing in America - And Merle Haggard death-watching in Irvine

    WALTER TROUT has heretofore been known as That OC Blues Guy Who Is Big in Japan and/or Europe. But now that his name and his rep seem to be catching fire on these shores, it's time for an examination. [Snapping on rubber gloves.] I've never trus...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on September 21, 2000
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    Wondering About Nocturnal - Notes on a discarded dust mask

    Photo by Jack GouldA 12-hour timetable of the Nocturnal Wonderland rave--the largest ever, according to some reports--held at the Empire Polo Field in Indio on Sept. 2 and 3: 5:15 p.m. Arrival. A big-ass ticket-pickup line. See members of a band I...

    by Rich Kane on September 21, 2000
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    David Turbow, Singer/Guitarist of Supernovice

    > Smile, Girl Crushes Boy. "My favorite recent release from a local rock band. Full of catchy hooks, fat and punchy guitars, and references to life in the suburbs. It reminds me of where I'm from, and I'm proud to be just that!" > Joe Jackson, Gre...

    on August 31, 2000
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    Fooled Again!

    The Who Irvine Verizon Wireless Meadows Amphitheater Wednesday, Aug. 16 We don't want to make reviewing non-club shows a habit, but a stomach-flipping car wreck like this simply can't go unremarked upon. Start with the fact that it's strictly ...

    by Rich Kane on August 31, 2000
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    Shit People Send Me

    ELLIOTT, FALSE CATHEDRALS (REVELATION RECORDS): Haunting, crashing, beautiful, sad, gut-wrenchingly emo-riffic stuff with a cool pulsing beat and some keys. The publicist said, "Go listen to it and cry," but I made it all the way to track five witho...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on August 31, 2000
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    Who Murdered Music? - A Buddy Seigal music manifesto

    For several years now, my record collection--thousands of vinyl LPs--has been stored away in my mother's garage. My tiny journalist's-income abode doesn't have room to fit all those boxes of great old records, and I miss them. Badly. I'm ashamed to ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on August 31, 2000
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    CD Reviews

    FUTURE BIBLE HEROES I'M LONELY (AND I LOVE IT) MERGE The only thing better than a guilty pleasure is two guilty pleasures--in this case, the self-indulgent pining of Stephin Merritt and the new-wave nostalgia of Boston DJ Christopher Ewen. This...

    on August 31, 2000
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    Quirk Becomes Them - Squeezing out Sparks

    Spring 1982. Saturday Night Live back when it was really, really bad and unfunny, a couple of years removed from its early glory days but before Eddie Murphy. There's nothing else on free TV to stimulate a bored 13-year-old, so . . . One sad skit ...

    by Rich Kane on August 31, 2000
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    Roque & Roulle!

    The Upper Crust Club Mesa Tuesday, Aug. 1 You may have heard of the Upper Crust, a Boston quartet whose shtick is that they play a punk-metal hybrid while dressed as 18th-century British aristocrats, complete with curly, white-powdered wigs (w...

    by Rich Kane on August 24, 2000
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    Jennifer Saifer, Motorsoule Bassist, Student - Whats humming through the skulls of Orange County

    Photo by Jeanne Rice> Sal. "Sal was this guy who used to perform at Emilio's Restaurant in Santa Ana. Nothing washed down a plateload of pasta better than having Sal crooning tableside. He was the only performer I knew besides Tom Jones who could ge...

    on August 24, 2000
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