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    The Telltale DNA - A suspect in the brutal slaying of a Seattle singer turns up in the Keys

    Never saw the Gits live, but word has it that the Seattle band put everything into its performances and that singer Mia Zapata's presence was that of a future superstar ready to shed the training wheels. Not enough folks were able to experience that ...

    by Jeff Stratton on January 23, 2003
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    John Coltrane - Legacy (Verve)

    Those who've stopped looking at all the repackagings of John Coltrane's recorded works might want to slow down the next time they flip past Legacy, the new four-CD set from Verve. Two things make this overview stand out. First and most important, it ...

    by Duck Baker on January 23, 2003
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    Stereolab - ABC Music: The Radio One Sessions (Strange Fruit)

    The newest addition to Stereolab's discography, ABC Music, a two-disc compilation of live-in-the-studio BBC recordings spanning the electro-indie veterans' career, was released in the UK this past October but has yet to find distribution in the Unite...

    by Brenner Thomas on January 23, 2003
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    Faith Hill - Cry (Warner Bros.)

    The fifth album by country singer Faith Hill opens with a loud crash of drums, a throbbing electric bass, and a screeching electric guitar. The song is called "Free," and it's about liberating oneself from the chains of the past. The point is obvious...

    by David Hill on January 23, 2003
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    Sean Paul - Dutty Rock (VP Music)

    Sean Paul's success in commercial hip-hop markets doesn't make him a sellout -- yet. His ubiquitous ganja-burner anthem, "Gimme the Light," is genuine dancehall reggae, even if backed by Atlantic's major-label clout. And as with his 2000 debut, Stage...

    by Greg Doherty on January 23, 2003
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    They Still Like Pretending - And he still wants to bang on that drum all day

    Still helmed by mainstays Chrissie Hynde and drummer Martin Chambers, Pretenders soldier on, with guitarist Adam Seymour providing the slash-'n'-chop chords once proffered by original member James Honeyman Scott. Their reggae-tinged eighth album, Loo...

    by Jeff Stratton on January 23, 2003
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    Full-on Bono - Rockers Coldplay make success a rush of aid to fair trade

    Coldplay is a band you carry like an umbrella through the inclement weather of the soul, which may be why lead singer Chris Martin spent Coldplay's first video, for a song called "Yellow," on a gray beach in a rain jacket, singing high and low of the...

    by Marli Guzzetta on January 16, 2003
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    Hotel Horny - Tony Haze travels to the ends of the Earth to bring us the joy of sax

    A middle-aged man at the bar jokes that he makes designer condoms for a living. "We're talking Gucci, Versace, and other big-name brands," comes his quote to an inquisitive stranger. The rest of his party laugh. So do a few other folks in the Hemisph...

    by Erik Bojnansky on January 16, 2003
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    Radio Silence - Bandwidth takes to the airwaves -- and lives to tell the tale

    Everyone complains about the radio, but no one ever does anything about it. Ever find anything worth leaving the dial alone for? Ever tried? Forget "set it and forget it" -- driving without plenty of CDs is almost as dangerous as merging onto I-595 a...

    by Jeff Stratton on January 16, 2003
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    Scarface - The Fix (Def Jam South)

    Brad Jordan's greatest contribution to hip-hop's thug life will forever be his work with the Geto Boys on the bone-dry cautionary tale "Mind Playing Tricks on Me." Even ten years after the fact, the Houston posse's only truly bulletproof moment remai...

    by Tim Grierson on January 16, 2003
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    Boston - Corporate America (Artemis)

    Boston's lone hipster credential remains Kurt Cobain's claim that he pilfered the signature riff from "Smells Like Teen Spirit" off the opening salvo of "More Than a Feeling." In a cruel twist of fate, Nirvana is long gone, but Boston trudges on. Fou...

    by Geoff Harkness on January 16, 2003
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    Amon Tobin - Out from Out Where (Ninja Tune)

    Good music should always be enjoyed as a soundtrack -- tunes that could be spliced into parts of a day to intermingle with the ebb and flow of mundane routines and intimate relations. Any decent album can shift your brain into movie mode, allowing fa...

    by Audra Schroeder on January 16, 2003
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    Bjrk - Family Tree (Elektra)

    A best-of compilation and boxed set rolled into one, Bjrk's Family Tree is something of a two-headed hydra. Hardcore fans will likely consider the Greatest Hits disc inadequate -- a Bjrk for Dummies -- whereas they're probably the only ones who wil...

    by Maya Singer on January 16, 2003
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    Clear as Folk - Pickin', grinnin', lovin', and sinnin', playing music in the sun

    South Florida Folk FestivalIt's that time of year again, when the groves and meadows of Easterlin Park are filled with the strains of acoustic guitars and folksy lyrics. More than 100 performers are set to perform at this year's South Florida Folk Fe...

    by Dan Sweeney on January 16, 2003
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    Ego Trip - Getting all industrious with Deutschland's flamboyant Das Ich

    Eight years ago, when Bruno Kramm, Daniel Galda, and Stefan Ackermann first toured the United States, the cofounders of German industrialists Das Ich quickly figured out how our system works. "We were fucking impressed," remembers Kramm, speaking by ...

    by Omar Perez on January 9, 2003
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    Say It Ain't So, Joe - Reading something into Strummer's death

    Ironically, I was almost halfway through the paperback The Clash: Return of the Last Gang in Town by Marcus Gray when I decided to check the old Bandwidth e-mail shortly after sunset on Christmas Day. "Joe Strummer Dies of Heart Attack" sat glowering...

    by Jeff Stratton on January 9, 2003
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    The Apples in Stereo - Velocity of Sound (SpinART Records)

    Shallow, shallow, shallow. Fun, fun, fun. With their disposable, flammable little guitar pop, the Apples in Stereo walk the line between lo-fi charm and utter irrelevance. Velocity of Sound won't settle that argument for anyone, but on 11 tracks -- c...

    by Tim Grierson on January 9, 2003
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    McLusky - McLusky Do Dallas (Too Pure)

    Rock is dead. No, wait: Rock is coming back. Oh! Rock is reborn. While a myriad of messy-haired rockers are getting their 15 minutes at the return-to-retro-rock arena, excuse me while I retch. Rock never went anywhere. And McLusky proves that loud an...

    by Audra Schroeder on January 9, 2003
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    I Am Spoonbender - Shown Actual Size (GSL)

    I Am Spoonbender's newest release is one step further out into a mystic world of its own creation, wherein future, past, and present collide amid the flashing neon lights of the anarchist disco. Each track is painstakingly detailed in the colors and ...

    by Jon Pruett on January 9, 2003
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    Talib Kweli - Quality (Rawkus)

    It's strange to think of Quality as a coming-out party for Talib Kweli, since an artist as respected as Kweli shouldn't need one. In the late '90s, the thoughtful MC (whose name combines Arabic and Ghanaian to mean "seeker of truth") rose to prominen...

    by Martin Woodside on January 9, 2003
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