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    Idlewild - The Remote Part (Capitol)

    Idlewild has consistently surpassed its emo contemporaries. On The Remote Part, the group crafts emotional, affecting, vital rock music. Humming with bar-band ferocity (and never self-pitying), Idlewild tops its exceptional 100 Broken Windows by brea...

    by Tim Grierson on April 10, 2003
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    Rejected - These guys want to have their all-American pie and eat it, too

    Football, apple pie, baseball caps, and deathly secretive same-sex encounters in the locker room -- these things were once "All-American" until some of the boys rejected these rites of flowering manhood. Then they grew their hair long and picked up a...

    by Marli Guzzetta on April 10, 2003
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    Glittering 'Gita' - Ornate Indian dance offers "Riverdance with a conscience"

    On the battlefield, a warrior grapples with despair. He's certain his cause is just. A rival family has stolen his family's kingdom, but the price he must pay to regain it is too high. Many of his friends and relatives fight on the side of his rival,...

    by Bob Tarte on April 3, 2003
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    Island Man - Chris Blackwell moves into the digi-web-world-global-video age

    Eye pressed to a digital video camera, Chris Blackwell pans the view from the wood hut on stilts overlooking an inlet in the Caribbean that he calls his main office. A long table surrounded by batik-upholstered chairs and littered with DVDs, books, a...

    by Judy Cantor on April 3, 2003
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    Won't You Be My Buddy? - Meet the man who puts the De La in Delray

    Ducks paddle around the fountain in the middle of the man-made pond in the middle of the gated community in the middle of Glen Eagles Golf and Country Club in the middle of Delray Beach's opulent Villages of Oriole. While Jewish grandmothers slowly d...

    by Jeff Stratton on April 3, 2003
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    The Postal Service - Give Up (Sub Pop)

    The Postal Service should consider itself the lead candidate as the official band of long-distance relationships. Death Cab for Cutie's Benjamin Gibbard (from Seattle) and Dntel's Jimmy Tamborello (from L.A.) met when their bands were touring and rem...

    by Marli Guzzetta on April 3, 2003
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    Primal Scream - Evil Heat (Epic)

    An early-'90s classic, Primal Scream's gorgeous acid-house/hippie-rock remix album Screamadelica revealed that rockers and ravers could hang at the same party. A few years later, such a revelation would come to influence countless acts, especially th...

    by Niles Baranowski on April 3, 2003
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    Common - Electric Circus (MCA)

    For years, Chicago-born MC Common (a.k.a. Lonnie Lynn) has been a standard-bearer for the Native Tongues' progressive style of hip-hop. During this time, he's been rightly celebrated for his intelligent lyrics and his rejection of hip-hop's rampant m...

    by Dan Reines on April 3, 2003
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    Pram - Dark Island (Merge)

    Since its debut in 1992, the Birmingham, England, collective Pram has made music that's so deceptively simple, it sounds like it was written on a toy piano -- by tykes on huge doses of Ritalin. On the surface, the band's sixth full-length, Dark Islan...

    by Anthony Bonet on April 3, 2003
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    Tango Lorca - Mujer Sola (Self-released)

    What I know about tango can be jotted on a napkin: Astor Piazzolla is the genre's Duke Ellington. It first appeared in mid-19th-century Argentina. And I feel indifferent toward it. (Still, Last Tango in Paris is one of the best films ever.) This admi...

    by Dave Segal on April 3, 2003
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    Gregg Allman, You Don't Know Dickey - All Betts are on at the Culture Room

    Dickey Betts is not supposed to be here. The man's life went completely sideways early in 2001, when he was fired from the legendary long-running Allman Brothers Band, a group he cofounded. Moreover, Betts wrote most of the songs familiar to Allmans ...

    by Dan Sweeney on April 3, 2003
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    Harmonious Voice - Ani DiFranco unveils her muse at the Calliope Fest

    In 1989, Ani DiFranco released her self-titled debut album. Her photo showed a shaved head with brows and eyes arched like question marks on a young face, seeking an answer to youth's eternal question: Who will I become? There was heat from the frict...

    by Marli Guzzetta on March 27, 2003
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    Killing for Company - My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult reduces Barbie to doll parts

    My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult has tried to sell its soul to the devil only once, in 1994, when the Chicago band made a cameo appearance alongside Brandon Lee in The Crow. Two of its songs even showed up on the soundtrack. For a moment, the horr...

    by Omar Perez on March 27, 2003
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    Maintaining Radio Silence - 104.1-FM The Boss maintains radio silence

    104.1-FM the Boss (actually, those call letters are the legal property of a Boston, Massachusetts FM outlet, not to the illegal signal originating somewhere in North Miami-Dade County) fell silent last week. That means no more Michael the Black Man r...

    by Jeff Stratton on March 27, 2003
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    Marianne Nowottny - Illusions of the Sun (Camera Obscura)

    The most capable vocalist of her generation, Marianne Nowottny has a technique that can only be described by such words as "otherworldly" or "luminous." Accompanying herself on a variety of keyboards, and maintaining a cherubically aloof presence, sh...

    by Joe S. Harrington on March 27, 2003
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    Tiga - DJ-Kicks (Studio K7!)

    When the media decided to adopt electro music as its new "next big thing," it caused a rift in the small community that had supported machine music for years. Many were appalled at the media's coverage of so-called "electroclash" (named after a serie...

    by Dafydd McKaharay on March 27, 2003
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    Otto Von Schirach - Chopped Zombie Fungus (Schematic)

    For a few years now, a handful of musicians have been trying to translate DNA codes as directly as possible into electronic music. Letting biology sing is an interesting concept, but the results so far have been a little placid. On his third album, C...

    by Ron Nachman on March 27, 2003
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    Adrian Sherwood - Never Trust a Hippy (Real World)

    Adrian Sherwood's pioneering work with bands like Tackhead was a major influence in the rise of the industrial and Bristol trip-hop sounds of the '90s. His early use of sampling and ambient noise with projects such as Dub Syndicate and African Head C...

    by Matt Fisher on March 27, 2003
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    Sybarite - Nonument (4AD)

    Multi-instrumentalist Xian Hawkins played with electronic-rock pioneers Silver Apples when they reunited in the mid-'90s. Although that looks good on a rsum, the reformation didn't produce much worthwhile music, save 1998's Decatur. But since that ...

    by Dave Segal on March 27, 2003
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    Sensory Overload - Mae may or may not be aesthetically pleasurable

    Virginia-based Mae has packed together a background in hardcore, a love for Bruce Hornsby, and a wild-eyed aesthetic theory to produce some of the most bombastic rock ever to come out on an indie label. Singer/guitarist Dave Gimenez cracks a boistero...

    by Hans Morgenstern on March 27, 2003
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