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    El-P - High Water (Mark) (Thirsty Ear)

    With the latest in the Blue Series Continuum -- a conceptual pairing of nonjazz artists with famed New York pianist Matthew Shipp and his talented cohorts -- El-P has whipped up another stimulating recording. This time, though, the intellectual rappe...

    by Kiran Aditham on March 4, 2004
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    Air - Talkie Walkie (Virgin)

    Air makes great softcore-porn music. At least seven of the ten songs on the new album Talkie Walkie could back the drawn-out, slow-motion sex scenes to those old, dubbed-in-English Emmanuelle skin flicks and, in some of those instances, actually impr...

    by Christopher O'Connor on March 4, 2004
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    Millie Jackson - That's Millie -- Mrs. Jackson if you're raunchy

    Sometimes, the heckler is right. Many moons ago, a young Millie Jackson wrecked some poor tuneless hackette's act in the famed Harlem nightclub, Small's Paradise. The would-be diva dared Jackson on-stage. Oops! After dusting the object of her ridicul...

    by Tom Bowker on March 4, 2004
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    Timb - Fitness Advanced (none)

    An acoustic version of the Misfits Last Caress right next to a trippy Massive Attack-ified space-pop spinout, followed by an ode to Robert Stack? One word: Finally! The man behind the music is Timb, a Boca Raton singer/songwriter/guitarist whose a...

    by Audra Schroeder on March 4, 2004
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    Love, Hot Rod - A faux Rod Stewart revs up the crowd -- and after a few drinks, everyone thinks he's sexy

    Watching middle-aged men and women dance is an experience akin to watching your friend get his ass kicked by a midget at a county fair -- it's a bit sad but also totally hilarious. Watching them bump and grind after they've imbibed six gin and tonics...

    by Audra Schroeder on February 26, 2004
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    Just Skiddin' - Southern Culture on the Skids are the kings and queen of the road

    If you want to learn, you go to an expert. Rick Miller, lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter for North Carolina-based Southern Culture on the Skids, knows about a lot of things, not the least of which is life on the road. Later this month, Miller...

    by Rob Trucks on February 26, 2004
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    A Big, Big Love - Reunited... and a Pixies fan is forced to face the music

    Well, it's official -- more than a decade after their acrimonious split, seminal alt-rockers the Pixies are back. Sure, this comes as terrific news to some, but for a fan like myself, the idea makes me shudder. After all, it goes against one of the m...

    by Michael Alan Goldberg on February 26, 2004
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    Sufjan Stevens - Greetings from Michigan (Asthmatic Kitty)

    Let's say you die, go to heaven (or final resting place of your choosing), and God (or deity of your choosing) meets you at the gates. He takes you to his palatial mansion where he has a feast waiting for you in the breakfast nook; pancakes, biscuits...

    by Jon Wilkins on February 26, 2004
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    Lamb - Between Darkness and Wonder (Koch)

    It might seem that downtempo's nascent era is far removed, as many of its famed alumni, including Massive Attack, Portishead, and Morcheeba, have either disappeared or regressed. Unfortunately for Lamb, the latter has become apparent. Through the lat...

    by Kiran Aditham on February 26, 2004
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    Ghost - Hypnotic Underworld (Drag City)

    Hypnotic Underworld is the first album in five years from Ghost, Japan's greatest psychedelic export. Sure, Acid Mothers Temple is pretty amazing but not consistently great, sometimes spiraling off into the infinite blackness for 40 minutes too many....

    by Jon Pruett on February 26, 2004
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    Statistics - Leave Your Name (Jade Tree)

    "The songs are all done, and as they go down on tape/The critics click their pens/Comparisons made and names dropped in all boldface/To sound like his best friends." So begins "Sing a Song," the first track on the debut solo effort by Denver Dalley -...

    by Jason Heller on February 26, 2004
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    Centro-matic - Flashes and Cables (Misra)

    It's not the band. They are little more than a bar band with a Texas accent. An extremely skilled one, mind you, but yeah, there it is. It's not the melodies. There are only so many things you can do within rock 'n' roll's guitar-drums-bass setup, an...

    on February 26, 2004
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    Lucinda Williams - A real country tearjerker

    Does country music make you feel like crying into your Bud and wishing for the return of June Carter Cash? Or maybe big, bad Johnny? Well, screw that wistful crap. Lucinda Williams is on her way. On her latest release, World Without Tears, she sing...

    by Terra Sullivan on February 26, 2004
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    AC Cobra - AC Cobra (self-released)

    Hey, there. Why so glum? What's that? You say music's not fun anymore; it lacks the chutzpah and rebellion that made rock 'n' roll so trashy? And you wish someone would, just once, take you forcibly by the shirt collar and shake you, screaming "YEE...

    on February 26, 2004
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    The Width of a Circle - All things, even Bandwidth, must pass

    In these uncertain times, of one thing I'm certain: This is the very last Bandwidth. Ever. There. I said it, and I'm glad. In the final analysis, mixed feelings abound, but the opportunity to write news and feature stories is too exciting to pas...

    by Jeff Stratton on February 19, 2004
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    Fusion Cooking - Voting on Robert Walter's funky legislation

    Like many young people, Robert Walter took classical piano lessons as a child, practicing the requisite number of hours to satisfy parental whims. But unlike those who became distracted and dropped their musical education, Walter continued, attending...

    by Scott Medvin on February 19, 2004
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    Tennessee Tuxedo - Lucero bridges the gap between punk and twang

    Lucero frontman Ben Nichols went through the punk phase, then survived the metal years. But, ultimately he settled on country. It wasn't the Memphis surroundings that influenced his taste for the form but rather an urge to grow as a songwriter. "I ...

    by Omar Perez on February 19, 2004
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    The Walkmen - Bows + Arrows (Record Collection)

    The Walkmen deserve praise for painting their influences with something that is both a few shades weirder and more charged and electrifying. On the hell-raising "The Rat" from its second full-length, Bows + Arrows, the group sounds like it's updating...

    by Jeff Skruck on February 19, 2004
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    Very Ape - Kosher Boogie (Alive/Total Energy)

    True to its name, Very Ape communicates in wholly animalistic -- as in natural and urgent -- terms. Hailing from the same snow-capped Scandinavian environs that have already given us the Hives and Hellacopters, these ape-men are not only the ugliest ...

    by Joe S. Harrington on February 19, 2004
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    Various Artists - Songs from the Street: 35 Years of Music (Sony Wonder)

    Jim Henson, Sesame Street's visionary founder and lead puppeteer, was famous for never looking back. Bursting with creativity, Henson moved so swiftly from one project to the next that little attention was given to curating the countless music albums...

    by Lawrence Kay on February 19, 2004
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