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    We Glimpse Krishna!

    Outerspace / Pinehurst Kids / Real Diego / either Separation Anxiety, Till Seven or Fuzzpop--you make the call! Koo's Art Cafe Sunday, June 20 We here in the Locals office are periodically forced to make painful, agonizing, life-or-death decisio...

    by Rich Kane on July 1, 1999
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    CD Reviews

    Dodge Dart So American Raw Power Records Dodge Dart have been piddling around in local clubs for about five years now, so it's about time they put somethingout. Probably a good thing they waited, though--toned down on So American are the gratuit...

    by Rich Kane on July 1, 1999
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    Brunnhildepalooza! - The art of the art song at UCI

    The National Association of Schools of Music says its affiliated colleges graduated 1,271 singing majors last year and gave out another 990 degrees in piano performance. Of course, it's not like the want ads are exactly screaming for song recitali...

    by DAVID BÃ?NDLER on July 1, 1999
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    Hey, Jewel: Please Call! - A Jewel shines, Donovan actually rocks and Dynamo Hums

    Some years ago, Steve Poltz called my answering machine and left a message wherein he was finger-banging some moaning young babe with admirable gusto. "Does that feel nice?" he asked her. "Ooohh, OOOOHHH! Play with my sugar pot," this particular m...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on July 1, 1999
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    An Especially Scatological Edition!

    Anti-Flag/The Criminals/Pinhead Circus Chain Reaction Friday, June 11 Punk! Rawk! Punk! Rawk! Punkrawk punkrawk punkrawk punkraaawwwkkk!!!It was indeed another Punk Night at Chain Reaction, but not justanother Punk Night: as an added, unbilled a...

    by Rich Kane on June 24, 1999
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    Ben Folds Five Shirt at Roots Show! - Or is that Buddy Seigal watching Kim Lenz and the Jaguars?

    This is the first time I've ever written about Kim Lenz and Her Jaguars, who play the Foothill on Friday night. Errr--oh, that's right, pardon me--the name has recently been changed to Kim Lenz and the Jaguars. Anyway, the reason I never commented b...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on June 24, 1999
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    Toxic Rock Syndrome - Theyre up! Theyre down! But dont call the Pinehurst Kids emo

    Joe Davis was born in 1970 in Pinehurst, a small mining town in the northernmost reaches of Idaho's panhandle, a region more famous for its infusion of survivalists and neo-Nazis than potatoes. He grew up there as any precocious tyke would, breathin...

    by Rich Kane on June 24, 1999
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    CD Reviews

    June Carter Cash Press On Risk/Small Hairy Dog June Carter Cash--niece of A.P. Carter, daughter of Maybelle Carter (who both basically invented country music), and doting wife to hubby Johnny Cash (happily so, too--read her "Recipe for a Happy L...

    by Rich Kane on June 24, 1999
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    Peace Punks NOT Dead! - Flying the Anti-Flag

    "Prisoner of Society" by the Living End is the closest thing to spirit-of-'77 punk on what passes for "alternative rock" radio right now. It's got your snappy, pit-producing backbeat; Blitzkrieg guitar riffs with enough hook to ensure a played-to-de...

    by Rich Kane on June 17, 1999
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    BAM: RIP

    It really wasn't too surprising when word got out last week that BAM--"California's Music Magazine," as it proclaimed itself--is dead at 23. The company announced it is folding its northern and Southern California editions. According to founding p...

    by Rich Kane on June 17, 1999
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    Liking My Big Mouth - My Big Mouth/Hyphen/The Good Kind Club 369 Saturday, June 5

    So why aren't we at Club 369 more often? Oh, you know, various excuses, none of which are probably very good. That putrid hairspray glam-metal show we saw last summer that we cite every now and then as an example of how truly horrifying the live-mus...

    by Rich Kane on June 17, 1999
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    Call Me Jesus Rasta - Black & White lively up yourself

    Photo by Mike McGillLast year, I caught the debut gig of a decidedly non-poseur roots-reggae band called BLACK & WHITE, which is led by a charismatic singer/songwriter/guitarist named Calin "Carlos" Chin. Duly enthused at this skanking, authentic, 1...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on June 17, 1999
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    Pumped-up Shuffledown!

    Kill Holiday/The Killingtons/Fudge Gun/Acme Bomb Factory Chain Reaction Wednesday, May 26 SNUUURF! Ahhh, the imminent arrival of summer! When all the expensive, plot-line-challenged, explosion-heavy movies are unleashed! When strange, foreign in...

    by Rich Kane on June 10, 1999
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    Real American Graffiti - Rhino exhumes the scariest rock of the 1950s, buries Alice Cooper

    Rhino Records has done it again--and how! Following last year's revelatory Nuggets box set (in which the esteemed label unearthed four CDs' worth of scary '60s protopunk), they've come back swinging a brass-knuckled fist with LOUD, FAST & OUT OF CON...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on June 10, 1999
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    CD REVIEWS

    Old 97's Fight Songs Elektra The Old 97's hammer out brawling, bare-knuckled, country-fused pop grit and write lyrics about bad, bad times:broken-down emotions, empty bottles, complicated insecurities. Not exactly lighthearted fare, and this, th...

    on June 10, 1999
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    Fresher Mode - Ugly Duckling quack old-school beats

    The hip-hop bill at the Tiki Bar, a weathered Costa Mesa roadhouse, hasn't drawn a very big crowd, and most of those in the house have come to run their mouths, since the evening's proceedings will begin with an hour of open mic. In principle, this ...

    by DAVE WIELENGA on June 10, 1999
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    The Birth of Surf - Catch it at www.dickdale.com!

    It's gonna be a good week--a fine week, in fact--starting Friday night, when DICK DALE does dirty deeds at the Coach House. Shred-puppy Dale is the guy who pretty much single-handedly created instrumental guitar-surf music, of course, and he ain't g...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on June 3, 1999
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    Coming to America - Slow train comin travels with the Havalina Rail Co.

    Reason No. 28,939 the '70s blew: "concept" albums. Frighteningly overwrought attempts to turn rock & roll into high aht, propagated by putrid, wankerrific Brit bands--like Yes, Genesis, and Emerson, Lake & Palmer--and albums branded with extraordina...

    by Rich Kane on June 3, 1999
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    No Go Emo - Give Until Gone/Driving by Braille/Fallopia/Niner Koos Art Cafe Sunday, May 23

    As part of our new policy of writing only cuddly, state-mandated, let's-kiss-every-band's-ass-no-matter-how-sucky-their-music-is criticism (which will probably last only till the end of this paragraph), we'll dish on our worthless Friday night in a ...

    by Rich Kane on June 3, 1999
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    CD Reviews - O.C.s 5400 Day Revolution: 20 Years of Orange County Music & Adrian Legg

    Various Artists O.C.'s 5400 Day Revolution: 20 Years of Orange County Music Superkool Records Patrick Brink is a pretty obsessive guy--enough to want to spend several years of his life working on O.C.'s 5400 Day Revolution, a documentary film ab...

    on May 27, 1999
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