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    Rough! - The Lassie Foundation try to say something

    Usually reserved, the members of the Lassie Foundation are raucous tonight. All five are squeezed into the burgundy-Naugahyde corner of an anonymous Santa Ana bar they call band headquarters. It's a seedy gem of an establishment. There's the requisi...

    by MICHAEL ALARCON on February 8, 2001
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    Not Ray - The tortured life of the littlest Kink

    Today, I'm here to stick up for poor, maligned Dave Davies, the Kinks guitarist who has long been viewed as the lightweight half of the Davies brothers. It's hard to shine while standing in the shadow of the incandescent songwriting of brother Ray, ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on February 8, 2001
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    Escape From Riverside - Not fitting in with Squab

    Photo by Jack GouldIn Riverside, life is just agonizing, never-ending undeath. So, if you want to play in a band, you've got to start out Goth. "Oh, God, there is nothing out there," says Squab bassist and sometime keyboardist Chris Hall. "Dirt, c...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 8, 2001
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    Midlife Slamdance

    Agent Orange/ Foxy/Wax Apples/Loogie The Tiki Bar Friday, Jan. 19 'Twas the rumblings of OC punk rock history that led us to the Tiki Bar--that, and a general state of mourning on the eve of King George the Smirker's coronation. We were hoping ...

    by Rich Kane on February 1, 2001
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    Rob Eller - Singer, guitarist, songwriter, performer and occasional wedding singer

    Photo by Jeanne Rice>Heisler Park Gazebo. One of the best views in OC, and a place that gives me great inspiration. Stop by the next time you're in Laguna Beach around sunset and enjoy the music of any of several local musicians who wander around st...

    on February 1, 2001
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    Your Masters Voice - Might Joes Growl is badder than a roomful of James Browns

    Joe Ligon is the most happening vocalist you've never heard, and I know you've never heard him because godless, commie, OC Weekly readers don't listen to sanctified black gospel music. Ligon is the lead singer for The Mighty Clouds of Joy--currently...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on February 1, 2001
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    Ressurection Pogo - TSOL, back from embalmment

    Photo by Jack GouldTSOL have a new album coming out. There might be another tour in the works. This Saturday, they're playing an all-ages Surfrider Foundation benefit at now-seems-tiny Chain Reaction. And somewhere, something hellish is icing over n...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 1, 2001
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    Pomonamania!

    Jeffries Fan Club The Glasshouse Saturday, Jan. 6 Journey with us now, won't you, on a trek up the 57 freeway, far beyond the hills that cradle Brea like a loving old granny to an off-ramp that leads to an avenue where All Your Dreams Come True. ...

    by Rich Kane on January 25, 2001
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    Eric Blair - Professional makeup artist, host of cable-access TV show Blairing Out With Eric Blair

    Photo by Jeanne Rice>The Donnas, The Donnas Turn 21. I just received a prerelease of this album, and it rocks! My favorite track so far is "Do You Want to Hit It?"--that title says it all! The Donnas are one of my favorite interviews, and no one can...

    on January 25, 2001
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    Penis Duplication Time!

    When you find, sitting on your desk at work, a largish, unmarked, plain-wrapped box containing two bags of plaster, a silver canister of silicon, two plastic spoons, an acrylic "stir" rod, various other chemicals, a sieve, a thermometer designed for...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on January 25, 2001
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    Whip It Good - Flogging Mollys raucous Irish rawk

    It takes a special sort of band to bring people out to clubs on dreary Monday evenings. Or maybe it just takes kegloads of cheap Guinness. Discounted grog was one of the incentives, anyway, that consistently lured people to Linda's Doll Hut a ye...

    by Rich Kane on January 25, 2001
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    Smash Them With Guitars - Lo-Fi Champion takes on evil through pop

    Photo by Jeanne RiceIt's a moist and salty Saturday night at King Neptune's Nautical Bar in Sunset Beach, and no matter where you stand, it seems you're in the way. Long Beach's Lo-Fi Champion have just finished playing, and the small bar is packed ...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on January 25, 2001
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    Cowpunk Survivors - Rank & File return as Cowboy Nation

    Not many people remember Rank & File, but I do. I remember that they started out in the late 1970s as the Dils, one of America's first punk bands. I also remember that once the Dils became Rank & File, they were the often-uncredited catalyst for the...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on January 25, 2001
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    Not Merely Bad, But Also Dangerous!

    Sugarcult/Cheswick/Fish People Chain Reaction Saturday, Jan. 6 Back from our long holiday weekend, during which we rang in 2001 in the squashed confines of Times Square, watching an endless cacophony of tanked-up people as they barfed and peed a...

    by Rich Kane on January 18, 2001
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    Mmmmm, Red Meat! - And the horrors of mortality

    There's a long, noble tradition of hillbilly bands siftin' cornpone n'yuk-n'yuks into their shtick along with the expected hot licks and classic tunes, from Lonzo & Oscar to Homer & Jethro, from Red Ingle & his Natural Seven to the Maddox Brothers &...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on January 18, 2001
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    Aural Sects - The Causey Ways cult of personality

    There's really no reason to call it sacrilege or heresy. No point in getting out the signs and picketing, in calling in the ATF, in getting all upset over one little band, one little singer and the simple, universal truths he's bringing to the peopl...

    by Chris Ziegler on January 18, 2001
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    Give Peas a Chance - If Black Eyed Peas are hip-hop radicals, theyre also business pragmatists

    While most chart-topping rappers broadcast the familiar ghetto manifesto of bling-bling, bitches and bullets, Black Eyed Peas (BEP) say they have a different agenda: they want to raise their listeners' eyes beyond the Benjamins. Although BEP came up...

    by ARRISSIA OWEN on January 18, 2001
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    The Sex Aficionado

    Kyle's friends lovingly call him a pervert because, as he says with one eyebrow cocked, "Well, I am." It's not really that he's perverted, it's that he talks about sex all the time. He talks about the sex he's had. He talks about the sex he would li...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on January 11, 2001
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    Search and Annoy - God spare us the horror! Its Fish People

    If you've ever seen the Fish People, you won't even be able to read this. You'll be locked in a posttraumatic-stress flashback: all you wanted to do was catch a nice little hardcore or pop show at Koo's Art Cafe or Chain Reaction, maybe sneak a peek...

    by Chris Ziegler on January 11, 2001
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    Renegades of Funk - And jazz. And soul. And blues. And rock

    It's hard to imagine a more inspired pairing than War and Poncho Sanchez, who play together Friday night at the Sun Theatre. War is among the most criminally underrated bands of the past 31 years in several important respects. First, they remain lar...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on January 11, 2001
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