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    Microphone Maestro - Jazz DJ Chuck Niles: Stone cold and straight-ahead

    Barry White is probably the only man on the planet who wouldn't have a case of voice envy around Chuck Niles. The heavy grains and deep, machismo-laden microtones that emanate from Niles' leathery throat make other radio voices seem hopelessly reedy...

    by C.J. BAHNSEN on November 16, 2000
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    Media Blitz - Reporter prompts closing of Wilmington punk club

    Photo by Jack GouldWilmington's staunchly all-ages PCH club weathered hundreds of hardcore kids, straightedgers, crusties, indie rockers and spiky mohawks-and-patches punks throughout its three-year life span, but it couldn't withstand one local new...

    by Chris Ziegler on November 16, 2000
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    Hank III gets Punk - And Goulet gets ghoulish

    Photo by Jack GouldWhenever Robert Goulet appeared on the screen, Elvis Presley would shoot out his TV. But you already knew that, of course, because this bit of Elvis lore is right up there with the fried peanut-butter sammiches, his pals Dr. Nick ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on November 16, 2000
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    Various Artists Badlands: A Tribute to Bruce Springsteen's Nebraska (Sub Pop)

    Few musicians measure up to Bruce Springsteen when it comes to spinning a good yarn. As a songwriter, he earned some of his highest praise for the harrowing storytelling on Nebraska, a sobering, dark, minimalist album recorded on a simple 4-track ma...

    by JOHN ROOS on November 9, 2000
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    Martin Brown, Publisher Live Magazine - What the hell are you listening to?

    Photo by Jeanne Rice> Jennifer Corday, "I Know." A beautiful song that sweeps the listener into its emotional vortex. Seemingly about the end of an affair, it's actually about losing her drummer. > Jilted John, True Love Stories. This is without a...

    on November 9, 2000
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    Whoah, Hype!

    Whenever the Mighty Music Machine churns out someone new, there are always the inevitable comparisons to people who've come before. But the Dreamworks Records press release touting singer Nelly Furtado's debut album, Whoa, Nelly!, struck LowBallAssC...

    on November 9, 2000
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    Shock Antics!

    Duane Peters & the Hunns/Smogtown/Le Shok/Nemirah/Fast Forward at Chain Reaction Friday, Oct. 20 To get to the high-quality stuff, we had to wade through swill, starting with Fast Forward--one guy dressed in a black hood and a black dress who blin...

    by Rich Kane on November 9, 2000
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    NRBQ for President! - And the Dibs for veep!

    Like a lovely and unkillable weed patch, NRBQ endures. Together for more than 30 years, the band has defied the laws of rock & roll physics, refusing either to burn out or to become an ugly caricature of itself. But the New Rhythm & Blues Quartet--a...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on November 9, 2000
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    Humpa Humpa Burnin Love - The near return of the Humper

    Scott Drake is sitting IN FRONT OF a beer at clancy's Irish Bar in Long Beach. Tina Turner's "What's Love Got to Do With It?" is segueing into Elton John's "Someone Saved My Life Tonight" above our heads. He's talking about anonymity and stardom. Of...

    by ARRISSIA OWEN on November 9, 2000
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    Locals Only - Tips for Getting Your Band Reviewed in Locals OnlyClip and Save

    Nimbus Luna/SOMA The Lava Lounge, Long Beach Thursday, Oct. 19 TIP 1: SEND US YOUR MUSIC AND/OR FLIER SWAG. See that address at the end of this column? This is what it's for. Not a requirement, since we usually just show up unannounced, but it...

    by Rich Kane on November 2, 2000
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    Rob Gallas - What the hell are you listening to?

    Photo by Jeanne RiceGallas is the singing, leaping, naked gnome for The Bank Free Spin (Formerly Oscar) > Smear. Ozzy O. gets Gloria Gaynor pregnant after a passionate '70s romp; then her eggs are frozen and shot through a test tube in 1998--and voi...

    on November 2, 2000
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    Blame Canada - The rebirth of the DayGlo Abortions

    Lots of punk bands can do gross, but Canada's DayGlo Abortions have become disgustingly expert at it. They proudly set the standard for filth-for-filth's-sake with a series of gleeful they-gotta-be-kidding songs about fucking or being fucked by mang...

    by Chris Ziegler on November 2, 2000
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    Why Pearl Jam Still Matters - Yes! Pearl Jam!

    ?Because they're the only huge band left with their integrity intact. Not unlike Van Morrison (who would have been as mega as Bruce Springsteen or the Rolling Stones by now if he had only played the right games), Pearl Jam could've released a fucklo...

    by Rich Kane on November 2, 2000
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    Zen Guerrilla Radio - Turn that shit up!

    Instead of no brown M&Ms or odd-numbered packets of girlie herbal tea, Zen Guerrilla's contract rider has a different kind of stipulation: the stage must be reinforced. This is because their singer, Marcus Durant, is a big, frenetic, blistering, lum...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on November 2, 2000
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    Happy Helloween! - Holidays with the quarter-century-old Cramps

    One of America's first and best punk groups as well as founders of psychobilly, The Cramps surfaced as a staple act on New York's CBGB's scene in 1976. They continue to wallow in degenerate sex, gleeful hedonism and lowbrow pop culture, all played o...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on November 2, 2000
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    We Should Give You Such a Spanking!

    Sense Field/The Pressure/ Bulletpark/ Element 17 Chain Reaction Friday, Oct. 6 Portland, Oregon, is a wonderful little burg, populated with merely good and even brilliant bands, plenty of rooms for them to play in, and rapt, worshipful audienc...

    on October 19, 2000
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    James Valentine, Guitarist for Square - What the hell are you listening to?

    Photo by Jeanne Rice> Kara's Flowers. This LA quartet is one of the best bands I've come across. Their first album, Fourth World, kinda sounded like Weezer, but now they're sounding like Michael Jackson circa Off the Wall. If it were produced by Tim...

    on October 19, 2000
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    Seedy - It crawled from Buddys mail bin

    News cds, old sounds: NORTON BUFFALO, King of the Highway (Blind Pig). Once upon a time, this guy blew ferocious harp with Commander Cody, wrote a definitive trucker anthem in "18 Wheels," opened shows for Tom Waits, and released a neglected classi...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on October 19, 2000
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    Whose Line is it Anyway? - The OC Weekly Insta-Interpretation-ator!

    Illustration by Bob AulIt's so hard being in a band. There's going to practice, there's carrying heavy stuff, there's bending over to pick up your pick when you drop it, there's getting shocked by microphones, there's remembering all those songs, an...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on October 19, 2000
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    Wired - Coffee talk with George Fryer

    Jeanne RiceI don't know about you, but when I hear George Fryer's bubble-gum notes skipping along like happy Mormon missionaries on his solo album Decaf, I think "Costa Mesa." Doo doo doo doo doo! Doo doo doo doo! Decaf is a gentle time warp--and...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on October 19, 2000
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