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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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    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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    Various ArtistsThe Hostage SituationHostage Records

    Back in the primordial days, carloads of pumped-up beach kids would descend on Hollywood, spit on the Urinals, punch Darby Crash in the nose, and then go home and crank out their own aggressive, intense, stripped-down breed of punk. Now Hostage Reco...

    by Chris Ziegler on December 21, 2000
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    Do I Smell Like Grandma? - La Cave captures the toots, honks of your soul

    My friend Mike from the band Smile might get an old Jaguar. My roommate told him that if he does, he should get a personalized license plate that says SHAGUAR because it's a sexy car and then people will know he means business. I told him that I dis...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on December 21, 2000
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    Ill Communicado - Manu Chao rocks the universal barrio

    For the past dozen years, Manu Chao, the Paris-born troubadour formerly of the French ethno-punk band Mano Negra, has helped define what critics labeled rock en espaol. During their lifespan, Mano Negra served up a fat plate of Clash-influenced L...

    by Nick Schou on December 21, 2000
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    Palace Music - Taj Mahals deep blues

    When Taj Mahal came on the scene in the late 1960s, he made a lot of radicals sick. He seemed like some benign and beneficent Uncle Remus, a throwback to an era when black musicians routinely performed with a backdrop landscape featuring watermelons...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on December 21, 2000
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    Kinky Horse Sex! - Pud-pounding prose with punks Blood Brothers

    For Seattle's Blood Brothers, it's not so much the drugs or the rock & roll--it's the sex. And not the squeaky-clean, oooh-baby-baby, vanilla-pop stuff: it's greasy, vivid, illicit, insatiably desperate sex. Plastic-surgery-disaster sex. Zombie sex....

    by Chris Ziegler on December 21, 2000
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    Sizzo - What the hell are you listening to?

    Photo by Jeannie RiceSizzo is the vocalist of Livid and a cast member of VH1 Television seriesHollywood Hills. > The doudouk. My favorite instrument, a wooden wind device mostly heard in Middle Eastern music. When played correctly, its haunting howl...

    on December 14, 2000
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    Fabulous Celebrities

    Rx Bandits/A New Found Glory Chain Reaction Sunday, Nov. 26 Celebrity night at Chain Reaction! Well, if you count Blink-182's Mark Hoppus as someone who might be judged celeb-worthy, even if your judges are an army of horny teenage girls. But t...

    by Rich Kane on December 14, 2000
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    J Mascis + The Fog More Light Ultimatum Music

    P>After Lou Barlow was kicked out in 1988, Dinosaur Jr became an all-J Mascis project. No surprise, then, that Mascis' new backing band, the Fog, is almost all J, all the time (on this album, he's got help on vocals from Guided By Voices' Bob Pollar...

    on December 14, 2000
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    Beating Off - Ron D Cores techno-metal-porn obsession

    Photo by Keith MayIf parents and politicians hated Ron D Core half as much as they hate the Eminems and Limp Bizkits of the world, he'd be mega by now. It's not like he's trying to keep his work on the down low. Twisted porno art has regularly adorn...

    by ANDREW ASCH on December 14, 2000
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    Sis Bomm Bah - Selby Tigers are grrrrreat!

    Listening to the Selby Tigers' new Charm City EP is like being at a pep rally. Their poppy punk gets you bobbing your head, clapping along and cheering them on. You want them to score a big win against the evil, hard-edged, testosterone-fueled, ment...

    by ARRISSIA OWEN on December 14, 2000
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    Plain-Wrap Punk

    The Four Letter Words/The Jag-Offs/ The GC5/CTW Chain Reaction Saturday, Nov. 25 Perhaps we were mentally adrift in a post-Turkey Day stupor, but we did not approve of CTW, a four-man punk-leaning band whose bassist sported a Che Guevara tee u...

    by Rich Kane on December 7, 2000
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    A Thousand Carmen Electras - The Limp Bizkit, Eminem after-party at the Galaxy

    music-rosenThe Anger Management Tour, featuring the refined musical stylings of Limp Bizkit, Eminem and Cypress Hill, was held earlier on Nov. 21 at the Arrowhead Pond, and now the crowd was streaming across town toward the Galaxy Concert Theatre, w...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on December 7, 2000
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    BellRaysGrand FuryVital Gesture/Upper Cut

    There's a big, blue, flaming, upraised middle finger gracing the CD artwork of Grand Fury, the second album from half-LA, half-Riverside rock & soul band the BellRays. It's a clich, to be sure--especially now, when there's a new, freshly photocopie...

    on December 7, 2000
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    In a State - Watching the Mates of State make up

    When they hit the first snare at the first Mates of State show I ever saw, it was as if the Amazing Kreskin had smacked a gong and the crowd had been forced by a purposefully implanted but subconscious impulse to dance wickedly for an hour. The room...

    by JEREMY SCHERER on December 7, 2000
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    White Dopes on Rap - The numbers behind the Nov. 21 Limp Bizkit/Eminem show

    Photo by Jack GouldNumber of surly young white males spotted in Fred Durst drag (backward red Yankees ballcap) on the walk from the car to the Arrowhead Pond's ticket window: 12 Number of oughta-know-better adult couples with 6-year-old children i...

    by Rich Kane on December 7, 2000
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    Schlock & Roll! - Tina Turner and Joe Cocker were greatonce

    Tina Turner and Joe Cocker, who perform at the Arrowhead Pond, have much in common. They both forged successful careers in their early years by singing soul and blues powered by rock & roll energy and an intense, vulgar freakishness. Both employed w...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on December 7, 2000
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