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    This Was That!

    No Doubt/Lit Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Saturday, Aug. 5 This sold-out bill was fairly mega: No Doubt and Lit, a pair of the biggest-selling bands ever to emerge from OC (two bands that, as Lit's A.Jay Popoff noted, started as garage bands ...

    by Rich Kane on August 17, 2000
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    Mamma Mia!

    >>>ABBA may have turned down a $1 billion offer to do a reunion tour, but have no fear--the A*Teens are here! Sound contrived? But of course. A couple of years ago, Stockholm Records--which is owned by Universal, the record company that owns ABBA's ...

    by ANNA BARR on August 17, 2000
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    Monsieur Leroc Le Slow Motion Boogie WoogieCornerstone R.A.S./skunk.com

    Is it just me, or is hybrid music bum-rushing the whole damn world? Here's more evidence: Monsieur Leroc, a weird German who's landed on our coast with an arsenal of hip-hop, jazz, funk, R&B, soul, and Jimmy Page-style guitar rock, all wrapped aroun...

    by ARRISSIA OWEN on August 17, 2000
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    Dave Turturro, Gasoline Addicts vocalist, Cellular Technician

    Photo by Jeannie Rice> All the Madmen. "These guys were born to provide aural stimulation and just might be David Bowie's missing children. They write everything from beautifully tragic love songs to psychotic thrillers, all ripe with lush landscape...

    on August 17, 2000
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    More poetry from the Star Wars generation - Paul and Lara go back to the future, together

    There is something very perfect about Paul and Lara McAdams, the brother and sister who comprise the pop duo Paul and Lara. To begin with, they're fantastically, out-of-this-world, exceptionally perfect-looking, down to their perfect straight white ...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on August 17, 2000
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    Dions Still Struttin - And Kiss are still suckin

    Among the first songs I recall hearing as a little boy-kid in Syracuse was DION's "Runaround Sue," along with such equally greasy 1961 fare as the Four Seasons' "Sherry," Ernie K-Doe's "Mother-in-Law," Dick & Dee Dee's "The Mountain's High," and Nin...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on August 17, 2000
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    Willie NileBeautiful Wreck of the WorldRiver House Records

    RIVER HOUSE RECORDS In one of Manhattan's few remaining punk-era haunts that has yet to be converted to a Starbucks, Willie Nile punches out another three-minute epic with his sweet-and-rough, Buddy Holly-meets-Springsteen lilt. This could be one ...

    by ANDREW MARCUS on August 10, 2000
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    Sugar High!

    The International Pop Overthrow Eastgate Park, Garden Grove Saturday, July 29 Is this what rock & roll has come to?!? Precocious toddlers scampering? Immobile grandparents who actually look as if they're having a good time? The mayor of Garden...

    by Rich Kane on August 10, 2000
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    Seedy Review - New albums, old sounds

    Hightone Records has served up a serious triple-threat with superb new releases from HANK THOMPSON, DAVE ALVIN, and BIG SANDY & HIS FLY-RITE BOYS. The Thompson album, Seven Decades, comes as the biggest surprise, as this old fella has been recording...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on August 10, 2000
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    Karen in Evansland - Gallinger sings the Bill Evans songbook

    Before she sang a note, Karen Gallinger had the audience's rapt attention at her concert at the Santa Ana Musicians Union auditorium last January, capturing them with a story. The tale involved pianist Bill Evans, one of the giants of jazz, who ro...

    by BILL KOHLHAASE on August 10, 2000
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    Superstars of Special Ed - The Kids of Widney High rock harder than you

    "HELLOOOO, ANAHEIM!!!" "ARE YOU READY TO ROCK & ROLL?!?" "ARE YOU READY TO PARTY???" Anybody else chirping such embarrassingly worn-out arena-rock clichs would have been creamed with a swift, sharp swipe from my rock critic's ballpoint. That ...

    by Rich Kane on August 10, 2000
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    MarahKids in PhillyE-Squared/Atemis

    It's probably just a blown bagpipe, but it feels more like an ocean liner's horn blasting out your ears. Either way, the signal that starts "Faraway You," the lead track off this second disc from Philly kids Marah, hints at something special. Even b...

    on August 3, 2000
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    Farewell, Foothill

    Photo by Mark Savage After nearly a half-century of showcasing live music in Signal Hill, the Foothill--one of the last real honky-tonks in Southern California --has been sold and will be closing its doors in September. Signal Hill resident Bonnie P...

    on August 3, 2000
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    The Punk Meets the Funk

    Media Blitz The Gypsy Lounge Friday, July 21 Nothing like a relaxing post-Feedback-issue night out, catching a bill with three of our favorite bands, Third Grade Teacher, the Fire Ants and Sparkle*Jets UK--bands that stroke our fan-boy side in...

    by Rich Kane on August 3, 2000
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    Pact with Satan? - Everythings going right for Lefty?

    "I have faulty equipment! My equipment doesn't work!" I recently bellowed (echoing sentiments generally reserved for the bedroom) when I went to play back my interview with OC band Lefty and heard something that sounded very little like Lefty and ve...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on August 3, 2000
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    Righteous Riffage - Everybody loves Half Pint

    Bob Marley aside, the American public's appreciation of reggae music has been largely limited to party-boat cruises and pap hits that pop up every few years, like "Pass the Dutchie" and "Tomorrow People"--not much for a genre that helped spawn ska a...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on August 3, 2000
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    Revenge of the Archies! - Pop bands rule at the IPO

    you could call the international pop Overthrow (IPO) a way of hurrying history, fighting back against All That Is Ugly within modern rock--the fest's very name suggests a hostile takeover (viva la revolucin!). It's a 14-day affair featuring more th...

    by Rich Kane on August 3, 2000
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    Skillet Lickin! - And Southside and the Yardbirds are kickin!

    Catching LAVAY SMITH & HER RED HOT SKILLET LICKERS live a couple of months ago confirmed my notion that they're pretty much without peer in neo-swing. They opened up with a blazing take on Illinois Jacquet's "Symphony in Sid," proving that their tas...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on August 3, 2000
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    Everything that can be said about NOFX has been said at least twice, says front man/bassist Fat Mike. That may be because their sound hasn't changed much over the past two decades, and while their lack of aural evolution isn't necessarily a bad thin...

    by STAN KABALA on July 20, 2000
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    Eddie Wislson(A.K.A. Crazy Fuckin Eddie) - What's humming through the skulls of Orange County?

    Photo by Jeanne Rice> Johnny Cash, Complete Live at San Quentin. "Tracks like 'Boy Named Sue,' 'San Quentin' and 'I Walk the Line.' He's the most inspiring songwriter/storyteller since Leadbelly. Rebellion from the Grandfather of Punk Rock. Johnny w...

    on July 20, 2000
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