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    Barry White?! - Do not step on my funk, please

    Any chance BARRY WHITE ever had to be considered phat rather than merely fat was blown forever by James Brown on his relentlessly badass 1976 funk hit "Get up Offa That Thing." Amid all the hard-on-the-one grooves are grunts of appreciation for such...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on September 30, 1999
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    Such Nice Boys! - Suddenly famous, the guys in Lit figure out how to mix high-octane success with being as nice as they ever were

    "Woo! Alex rocks! Woooooooo!" squeals a voice from somewhere to the left as members of Lit, OC's latest modern-rock success story, are ushered through a crowd gathered outside Las Vegas' Hard Rock Hotel and Casino and into the tangle of legs and pur...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on September 30, 1999
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    A Good, Dumb Time for All

    The Huntingtons Chain Reaction Saturday, Sept. 4 The Huntingtons, you'll recall, are the world's hugest black-leather-jacket-wearin', two-minute-song-playin', last-name sharin', Ramones-worshipin' -but-we're-not-a-Ramones-tribute-act-no-matter-h...

    by Rich Kane on September 23, 1999
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    Grand RoyaleBuzz at the BeachEvery Thursday

    Photo by Jeanne Rice10:32 p.m. Back to Buzz at the Beach for what's purported to be the Thursday-night experience. But how can you have a club without strippers grinding away atop the bar? 11 p.m. DJ Priest, holistic guy and believer in aliens, is...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on September 23, 1999
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    Frank Agnew - OC Punk-Rock Icon, Former Adolescent

    Photo by Jeanne Rice> Mirainga, Nueva. "Brilliant salsa-punk, if that makes any sense. They have the whole groove going on without being phony. A very rare breed of talented punks." > 22 Jacks, Going North. "Great songs. Steve Soto's vocal on 'The...

    on September 23, 1999
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    CD Reviews

    Stereolab Cobra and Phases Group Play Voltage in the Milky Night Elektra After eight years and nine albums leading the pack in the experimental pop-muzak niche they practically invented--and definitely perfected with 1996's Emperor Tomato Ketchu...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on September 23, 1999
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    The Politics of Dance - Ozomatli turns protest music on its head

    It's difficult to imagine a more ethnically diverse band than Ozomatli: the 10-member ensemble includes several Latinos on strings, percussion, drums and horns; an African-American on vocals; a Japanese-born sitar and tabla player; and even a white ...

    by Nick Schou on September 23, 1999
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    He Smoked! - Luther Allison smoked, died and bursts forth again on a live release

    LUTHER ALLISON was my hero. But cancer got him young, almost exactly two years ago, and his death left a yawning gap in the blues world. He played and sang with the intense conviction of founding fathers Charley Patton, Son House and Robert Johnson ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on September 23, 1999
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    CD REVIEWS

    Relish Relish Volcom Entertainment/Amerige Records It's always nice to see perfectly good, hard-working bands who've kicked around for years finally scrape up enough dough to make an album. Yeah, CD manufacturing is cheaper than ever these days...

    on September 16, 1999
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    Holiday in Anaheim - Notes from a week at Chain Reaction

    The Hippos/Slow Gherkin/Limbeck Saturday, Aug. 28 Just when you think ska is a spent genre, along comes some largely unknown band it seems everyone in the underground is into. And everyone was at Chain Reaction for the Hippos--the room as packed...

    by Rich Kane on September 16, 1999
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    Club RubberThis SaturdayGalaxy Concert Theatre

    Photo by Jeanne Rice11:30 p.m. Enter through the superexclusive, secret back gate as two guys are carried out. Prone. By cops. Looks to be a good night! An unattractive, bleached-hair guy sucking a lollipop laughs at me in that high-pitched sneering...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on September 16, 1999
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    Dave Mosso - DJ, Host of Kucis Principia Schizophonica

    Photo by Jeanne Rice(THURSDAYS, 10 A.M.-NOON) WWW.PEACHFUZZ.NET ? Atticus Council live on KUCI, April 14 (unreleased). "OC's first and last hope for jazz-improv salvation." ? David Boykin Outet, Evidence of Life on Other Planets, Vol. 1 (Thrill...

    on September 16, 1999
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    Swimming From Cambodia - Stranger Death 19 recall horrorand joy

    Cambodian dictator Pol Pot was a monster. His Khmer Rouge political movement came to power in 1975 with twisted visions of producing a self-sufficient utopian society, a weird blend of tribalism, Marxism and pop psychology that within four years pro...

    by Rich Kane on September 16, 1999
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    Escape From Death Row! - The falland possible rise againof LBC hip-hop

    The changing tastes of popular hip-hop seem to have left the recently acclaimed Long Beach Sound far behind. Artists who lined up to become the second- and third-wave successors to the city's breakthrough superstars have been left stranded. Not that...

    by DAVE WIELENGA on September 16, 1999
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    This Kid Can Play the Blues - From Harman to T-Birds, Ramos swings

    Just look at that picture, would ya? We won't even comment on the biceps because, good God, I'd run and hide in a corner from the threat of that hair alone--you could get vertigo just from looking at it. Why in the world is this man scowling like hi...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on September 16, 1999
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    Locals Only

    Wayne Kramer/Dodge Dart/The Iron-Ons/Peepshot The Lava Lounge, Long Beach Thursday, August 26 Not that we wouldn't have been here anyway, what with two of Costa Mesa's finest bands, Dodge Dart and the Iron-Ons, playing in foreign territory (Cost...

    by Rich Kane on September 9, 1999
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    Club Land

    Club Smooth Studio Cafe Huntington Beach Every Tuesday Enter 10:15 p.m. after much hassle with parking. You would think there would be spots on a Tuesday night. You would be wrong. Crabby. Tired. Crabby. But Camel girl Jane is here for a spot o...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on September 9, 1999
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    CD Reviews

    The Pressure Things Move Fast Elastic Records Sometimes mean, crusty rock critics canchange their minds. The Pressure's live shows never did much for me--ordinary, chaotic alterna-rock affairs, I thought, that usually left me with a feeling of i...

    on September 9, 1999
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    Aural Reports - Whats humming through Orange County?

    Photo by Jeanne RiceDAVE NOISE OWNER, NOISE NOISE NOISE RECORDS, COSTA MESA ? Ramones, Hey Ho Let's Go (2-CD anthology) ? Dodge Dart, So American ? Death in Vegas, The Contino Sessions ? Chemical Brothers, Surrender ? Andre Williams li...

    on September 9, 1999
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    Life Moves Fast - The Pressure cope with catastrophe

    It's happy hour at the Tin Lizzie, a noisy hole-in-the-wall bar across from the Lab in Costa Mesa. But during this particular hour, Dana James and Ronnie Washburn are feeling anything but happy. There's irony in that. Their band, the Pressure, has...

    by Rich Kane on September 9, 1999
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