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    Birds, Bees, and Rock 'n' Roll - Your folks got busy to Foreigner. Here's the play-by-play.

    If there's one thing in the world that doesn't make sense, it's how most offspring cringe at the discussion of mom and dad making sweet, sweet love. For most of us, revulsion ensues when the parental units lock the bedroom door to "turn in early." An...

    by Courtney Hambright on July 28, 2005
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    Loud and Proud - Metal Fest '05

    When metal became a serious musical force in the early '90s, the proud state of Florida rose to the occasion with unmatched ferocity. Bands like Brutal Mastication, Raped Ape, Cynic, Assck, and Malevolent Creation set the bar so high that national b...

    by Abel Folgar on July 28, 2005
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    Gotta Lovett - Lyle Lovett

    Singer, songwriter, film actor, and big band leader (or, to trade on the name of one of his more steadfast ensembles, "Large Band" leader) Lyle Lovett found his ill-fated marriage to actress Julia Roberts and a piled-high pompadour earning him more t...

    by Lee Zimmerman on July 28, 2005
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    The Deep End - Euroflash by Jonathan Zwickel

    There are a few common threads running between South Florida and Italy: dangling, peninsular geography yields miles of coastline, fashion ranks high on the cultural agenda, Mafia moneymen build empires, and natives are known around the world as sophi...

    on July 28, 2005
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    Roots Rock Ribs - Dillengers

    What do Link Wray, Jimi Hendrix, T-Bone Walker, and Johnny Ramone have in common? They're just a few of the influences of Rick Rossano, lead guitarist for West Palm Beach's the Dillengers. Unlike the genre-bending musical wannabes found in the swamp...

    by D. Sirianni on July 28, 2005
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    Subtropical Spin - Five Worldwide (FNOM Recordings)

    Tiptoeing along with cinematic flourish and blunted swagger, Al Valient's debut EP is smart, subtle, and shifty. A native of El Salvador, Valient is something of a nomadic producer who's worked in Germany and Central America but currently calls Miami...

    by Jonathan Zwickel on July 28, 2005
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    Bach in the Saddle - Alex Bach

    Watch out, Alanis Morissette; up-and-coming Boynton Beach triple-threat singer-songwriter-guitarist Alex Bach is coming up behind you with a jagged little pill of her own. Bach's raw lyrics, rocking guitar riffs, and powerful voice bring a feminist t...

    by Stephanie Sanders on July 28, 2005
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    Laura Cantrell - Humming by the Flowered Vine (Matador)

    As the proprietress of Radio Thrift Shop on WFMU on the East Coast and an accomplished singer in her own right, Laura Cantrell is a champion of old-time country music -- and she makes it sound lovelier than ever on her Matador debut, Humming by the F...

    by Chris Dahlen on July 28, 2005
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    Frank Black - Honeycomb (Back Porch)

    On his tenth solo album, Frank Black approaches Southern roots and soul not as a philanderer but as a lover. Which stands to reason: Since 1998's Frank Black & the Catholics, this head Pixie's leering weakness for genre-play has gradually given way t...

    by Andrew Marcus on July 28, 2005
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    Felt (Slug, Murs, & Ant) - Felt 2: A Tribute to Lisa Bonet (Rhymesayers)

    Two lyrical heroes of indie hip-hop team up to pay tribute to everyone's favorite Cosby castoff, Lisa Bonet. Actually, Slug and Murs' sweet memories of Denise Huxtable play only a minor role in the duo's stories about the opposite sex. Felt 2 pops of...

    by Jeff Wade on July 28, 2005
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    Xavier Rudd - Solace (Foundations/Universal)

    Australian native Xavier Rudd is a musical madman; the ambidextrous multi-instrumentalist is proficient at guitar, percussion, and didgeridoo, interlacing them into a sharp, dynamic echo of today's funky folksters. Most interesting is that he plays t...

    by Derek Beres on July 28, 2005
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    Flashback to Now - Better Than Ezra

    How 'bout them '90s? How 'bout that angst, that grunge, that flannel? How 'bout Better Than Ezra, the New Orleans trio that snagged platinum in 1993 with its pop rock ditty "Good" and opened the door for chart-toppers like Third Eye Blind and Matchbo...

    by Larry Carrino on July 21, 2005
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    Trust Hardcore - Most Precious Blood

    After suffering the breakdown of their seminal hardcore band, Indecision, in early 2000, Justin Brannan and Rachel Rosen retreated to New York City and re-formed as Most Precious Blood. Following the relentless attitude of their do-it-yourself roots,...

    by Abel Folgar on July 21, 2005
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    Take Your Medicine - Mike Clark's Prescription Trio

    You've probably heard Mike Clark's drumming without even knowing it. Clark originally broke out in the 1970s, when he joined forces with Herbie Hancock to form the Headhunters, the top-selling jazz group of all time. Still not familiar? Well, you may...

    by Stephanie Sanders on July 21, 2005
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    Language Lab - Green Poet Experiment

    Despite a name that sounds like some kinda tree-hugging, spoken-word collective, Green Poet Experiment is actually one lone guy from Jupiter playing pensive, acoustic folk music. Todd Colucci does a lot of standard acoustic strumming, but check his s...

    by Jonathan Zwickel on July 21, 2005
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    Mississippi God Damn - The North Mississippi Allstars grew up with history. Now they're making it.

    "Parts of Mississippi still suck," says Luther Dickinson, lead singer and guitarist for the North Mississippi Allstars, "but I'll tell you -- the Hill Country is a really enlightened place. I can't explain why, but we've always had wonderful experien...

    by Jonathan Zwickel on July 21, 2005
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    Missy Elliott - The Cookbook (Atlantic)

    After a decade of innovation that electrified urban music, Missy Elliott and Timbaland have mostly gone their separate ways on The Cookbook. Save for a couple of tracks, Missy made this disappointing album on her own. Of course, it's a letdown on...

    by Dan LeRoy on July 21, 2005
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    Beatcomber - Say goodbye to Hollywood

    From the citizens of Hollywood to our esteemed City Council: Thank you for outing DJs as the minions of Satan we've always suspected them to be. Last week, by a vote of 5-2, you passed a measure to ban DJ music after midnight at our most nefarious de...

    on July 21, 2005
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    The Wallflowers - Rebel, Sweetheart (Interscope)

    Unlike the Secret Machines, the Wallflowers resist the temptation to tackle a Bob Dylan song on their new disc -- but they'll likely do so sooner rather than later. Playing that card may be the only way Jakob Dylan, Zimmy's son, will be able to attra...

    by Michael Roberts on July 21, 2005
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    Trance Is for Pussies - And the beat is like catnip

    With an instantly memorable name seemingly swiped from Lords of Acid's playbook, wardrobe borrowed from Mad Max, and several releases of high-octane electronica, Israeli boy-girl duo Analog Pussy is right at home within psychedelic trance's free-spir...

    by Christian Schaeffer on July 21, 2005
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