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    The Red Tyger Church - Free Energy (Alive/Total Energy)

    Like their Scandinavian cousins, the bands who've emerged from the San Francisco Bay Area in the past few years -- Vue, Richmond Sluts, Big Midnight, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, the Pattern, the Warlocks -- are hell-bent on creating rock 'n' roll th...

    by Joe S. Harrington on February 12, 2004
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    Mr. T Experience - Yesterday Rules (Lookout!)

    There was a time when the Mr. T Experience (MTX for short) was just another hack pop-punk band in a swell emerging from the clubs of Berkeley. While the group definitely had its moments -- Love Is Dead from 1996 is probably its most cohesive work -- ...

    by Adam Bergman on February 12, 2004
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    Have a Beer - L.A. punk insurrectionists limp back into the limelight

    Twenty-three years after busting the nation's jaw with its infamous appearance in The Decline of Western Civilization (Penelope Spheeris' documentary of the Los Angeles hardcore punk scene), the state of Fear, L.A.'s greatest punk band, is still stro...

    by Tom Bowker on February 5, 2004
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    Who the Cap Fit - Has the Bob Marley Festival lost some of its spark?

    When did smoking weed with smelly hippies and Rastafarians become more expensive than locking yourself up in a South Beach nightclub with an eightball of blow and some hookers? If we had to guess -- 1999. That was around the time Lauryn Hill blew up....

    by Kris Conesa on February 5, 2004
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    Whirl, little dervishes - Breakdancing losers, shoegazing winners

    Some bandmates find one another through want ads. Others meet in high school, college, or at shitty day jobs. But one night back in 1989, four strangers came together through one passion: breakdancing. The place was the now-defunct dive bar Summers o...

    by Jeff Stratton on February 5, 2004
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    God Baby - Number One Volume (Evol Egg Nart)

    Jeff Rollason, long one of South Floridas most innovative musicians, is constantly cooking up lo-fi goodies in his studio/kitchen. His newest project, God Baby, is a partnership with the like-minded Michele Kane. Where Rollasons band, the Curious...

    on February 5, 2004
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    The Thrills - So Much for the City (Virgin)

    The Thrills are five 23-year-olds from Dublin, Ireland, though their sound is straight out of circa-'70s California. The group misled their parents and left home without a record deal, traveling to San Diego to get inspiration and define their sound....

    by Scott Medvin on February 5, 2004
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    Francisco Aguabella - Ochimini (Cubop)

    From the Latin jazz imprint of San Francisco-based groove merchant Ubiquity Records comes the latest in a reputable catalog of CDs guaranteed to satisfy. Ochimini is Latin percussion legend Francisco Aguabella's fifth release on the Cubop label. Desp...

    by Victor Cruz on February 5, 2004
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    Nickelback - The Long Road (Roadrunner)

    Sometimes I wish I were a 12-year-old girl. I wish I wore flirty fashions my parents hated without realizing how stupid I looked in them. I wish the mere sight of Shia LeBeouf caused my heart to race. I wish Madison Avenue loved me the way it loves e...

    by Michael Roberts on February 5, 2004
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    Sun Ra - Piano Recital (Leo)

    It was always easy to dismiss Sun Ra as an anomaly on the jazz scene, a mischievous prankster who dressed up as an outer-space pharaoh to sell records and fill shows. Often overlooked is the fact that the man could play the piano like a demon. It's o...

    by Frank Romero on February 5, 2004
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    Telefon Tel Aviv - Map of What Is Effortless (Hefty)

    With Map of What Is Effortless, Telefon Tel Aviv marks a radical departure from the opaque ambience of its 2001 debut, Fahrenheit Fair Enough, toward a rich brew of soul and IDM electronics. Much of it, in fact, features the Loyola University Chamber...

    by Mosi Reeves on February 5, 2004
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    For the Want of a Timpani - Picking the Florida Phil clean; bringing blues to blacks

    On a January morning of such meteorological perfection that it felt like a summer afternoon on the backside of Pike's Peak, vultures circled a parking lot on Federal Highway just north of Sunrise Boulevard. The carrion? Anything and everything not na...

    by Jeff Stratton on January 29, 2004
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    Tego Caldern - El Enemy de los Guasbiri (BMG U.S. Latin)

    With his supersized Afro, just-woke-up-after-a-late-night voice, and I-can't-believe-I'm-a-star humility, Tego Caldern might be the most lovable thug of all time. Certainly, he's the most loved rapper in reggaetn. That kid who was such a pest that...

    by Celeste Fraser Delgado on January 29, 2004
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    Galactic - Ruckus (Sanctuary)

    New Orleans' Galactic has been a tireless road horse since its formation in the early '90s, carrying on the Crescent City's funkily rockin' jazz and soul legacy in a manner befitting disciples of the Meters and Dr. John. In the past two years, the gr...

    by Scott Medvin on January 29, 2004
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    Einstrzende Neubauten - Perpetuum Mobile (Mute)

    Arguably the progenitors of true industrial music, Germany's finest machinists, Einstrzende Neubauten, have returned with more kling klang (de)construction on their first new offering since 2000's Silence is Sexy. With the current lineup intact sin...

    by Kiran Aditham on January 29, 2004
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    Me'Shell Ndegocello - Comfort Woman (Maverick)

    Even after four solid, gorgeous CDs, Ndegocello is relatively overlooked by consumers and critics. This new album, marked by fantastic musicianship and pulsating sexual energy, should rectify that. Comfort Woman is a cool-weather disc, perfect for g...

    by Walton Muyumba on January 29, 2004
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    Alien Ant Farm - TruANT (Dreamworks)

    Alien Ant Farm found fame the old-fashioned way: It latched onto a novelty tune and rammed it up America's ass. But the SoCal quintet's follow-up single, "Movies," showed that it had a dribble of substance, albeit of the sub-Linkin Park variety. The ...

    by Geoff Harkness on January 29, 2004
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    Hit Her with Your Bet Shot - Pat Benatar's Day at the Races

    The pen is mightier than the small willy, especially when wielded by small-willied music journalists all too eager to oversimplify the truth for audiences all too willing to put artists in a box. If you had a buck for every time Pat Benatar was cited...

    by Jeff Stratton on January 29, 2004
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    Sliding Scale - The Trachtenburgs want to show you slides from their vacation

    Jason Trachtenburg has the nasal and energetic over-the-phone demeanor that makes you think of an eccentric uncle who falls down the stairs on purpose, then makes the family gather around the piano for an old-fashioned sing-along, glasses askew. And ...

    by Audra Schroeder on January 29, 2004
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    Aftershock - The music industry's ongoing problems continue to affect the local dance community

    In the past four years, the music business has experienced a near meltdown, hemorrhaging billions of dollars and sending shock waves that have reverberated all the way to South Florida's dance music industry. Slow CD sales, a lukewarm U.S. economy,...

    by Leah Gliniewicz on January 29, 2004
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