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  • Clown Jewel

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    Clown Jewel

    Eight things, true and otherwise, that Jewel has said: 1. "Sure, sex sells." I've never seen Jewel in person, mind you, but I have seen her on TV, in the backstage area of an awards show. She was near Fiona Apple and not too far from Marilyn Mans...

    by Ben Greenman on July 29, 1999
  • Shortcuts - Limp Bizkit, Fluid Ounces

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    Shortcuts - Limp Bizkit, Fluid Ounces

    Limp Bizkit Significant Other (Flip/Interscope) Considering the band's fondness for macho funk-rock rhythms and masculine posturing, it's a mystery why the members of Jacksonville-based Limp Bizkit elected to name themselves after a flaccid foo...

    by Bruce Britt on July 29, 1999
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    Dubbed Out - Augustus Pablo

    There was something in his eyes, Augustus Pablo's inevitably reefer-blurred eyes, that was alternately haunting and sad, chilling and beautiful. In the numerous photos of the dub innovator that grace the slew of albums released during his life (which...

    by John Floyd on July 22, 1999
  • Short cuts - The Pretenders, The Beta Band, Heather Eatman

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    Short cuts - The Pretenders, The Beta Band, Heather Eatman

    The Pretenders Viva el Amor! (Warner Bros.) Doing the late-night channel-surf thing recently, I stumbled across a broadcast of Hard Rock Live, the VH1 live-performance showcase featuring classic rock acts. The Pretenders were holding court, ...

    by Bruce Britt on July 22, 1999
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    Gospel Truth

    Gospel has been the bedrock of popular music since it was first recorded in the early 1900s. It was the first musical love of iconoclast rockers ranging from Little Richard to Elvis Presley. It has produced soul singers as dazzling and innovative as ...

    by John Floyd on July 17, 1999
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    Short Cuts - The Chemical Brothers, The Apples in Stereo, Naughty by Nature

    The Chemical Brothers Surrender (Astralwerks/Virgin) At one time the Chemical Brothers were the biggest electronica band in the land. Before Fatboy Slim was heard in every commercial, before Ray of Light won a Grammy, before Prodigy had a number one ...

    by David Simutis on July 17, 1999
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    The Doctor Is In

    Dr. Lonnie Smith has been hiding in South Florida for almost ten years. "It's strange in Florida because they know me as a local," Smith notes. "They don't know that I have records or anything. They love me, but they don't know who I really am. I can...

    by Larry Boytano on July 16, 1999
  • Shortcuts - DJ Rap, Robert Crenshaw

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    Shortcuts - DJ Rap, Robert Crenshaw

    Learning Curve(Higher Ground/Columbia)It's hard to state the obvious selling point of DJ Rap, also known as Charissa Saverio, and not sound like a cad. Put it this way: She has done some topless modeling in the past and claims that she looks even bet...

    by Brian Baker on July 16, 1999
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    The Doctor Is In

    Dr. Lonnie Smith has been hiding in South Florida for almost ten years. "It's strange in Florida because they know me as a local," Smith notes. "They don't know that I have records or anything. They love me, but they don't know who I really am. I can...

    by Larry Boytano on July 15, 1999
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    Short Cuts - DJ Rap, Robert Crenshaw

    DJ Rap Learning Curve (Higher Ground/Columbia) It's hard to state the obvious selling point of DJ Rap, also known as Charissa Saverio, and not sound like a cad. Put it this way: She has done some topless modeling in the past and claims that she...

    on July 15, 1999
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    Short Cuts

    The Chemical Brothers Surrender (Astralwerks/Virgin) At one time the Chemical Brothers were the biggest electronica band in the land. Before Fatboy Slim was heard in every commercial, before Ray of Light won a Grammy, before Prodigy had a n...

    by David Simutis on July 8, 1999
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    Gospel Truth

    Gospel has been the bedrock of popular music since it was first recorded in the early 1900s. It was the first musical love of iconoclast rockers ranging from Little Richard to Elvis Presley. It has produced soul singers as dazzling and innovative as ...

    by John Floyd on July 8, 1999
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    Foreigner and Journey: In Their Own Words

    Rock songs can be pure lyrical magic, succinct expressions of powerful emotions. These aren't. Still, Journey and Foreigner dealt with some weighty issues in their time, and dealt with them poetically. Here's a brief listener's guide. "In the morni...

    by Ben Greenman on July 1, 1999
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    Short Cuts

    Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication (Warner Bros.) Apparently, reports of the Red Hot Chili Peppers' creative demise were premature. The band's new album, Californication, is a dark, hypnotic masterwork that reminds us that alternapop nee...

    by Steve Almond on July 1, 1999
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    Feels Like the Umpteenth Time

    Every once in a great while, I get a sensation that begins at the base of my brain, one that starts out as a mild warmth but intensifies to a searing heat. The increase in temperature is accompanied by an increase in vibration, a distinct buzzing noi...

    by Ben Greenman on July 1, 1999
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    Wheelers in the Sky

    I got 18 different women/In 18 different towns/I got 18 time-tested ways/To hold my liquor down. -- Chris DeAngelis, "18 Wheeler" With his straight chin-length hair and his black horn-rimmed glasses, Chris DeAngelis looks like he'd be more com...

    by Emma Trelles on June 24, 1999
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    Short Cuts

    Alex Chilton Like Flies on Sherbert (Peabody) Virtually ignored upon its limited-edition release in 1979 but subsequently hailed as a masterpiece by critics and altrockers alike, Alex Chilton's Like Flies on Sherbert has finally been reissu...

    by Bruce Britt on June 24, 1999
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    Short Cuts

    Smash Mouth Astro Lounge (Interscope) In the world according to Smash Mouth, the '70s never happened. The group's infuriatingly uneven 1997 debut album, Fush Yu Mang, was a blend of '80s-style postpunk, new wave, and reggae informed by a cu...

    by Brian Baker on June 17, 1999
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    Teen Idylls

    Some people call me a Teenage Idol/Some people say they envy me/I guess they got no way of knowing/How lonesome I can be. -- Ricky Nelson, "Teenage Idol" Teenage angst has paid off well/Now I'm bored and old. -- Kurt Cobain, "Serve the Ser...

    by David Simutis on June 17, 1999
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    Short Cuts

    T-Model Ford You Better Keep Still (Fat Possum) On his 1997 debut album, Pee-Wee Get My Gun, North Mississippi bluesman T-Model Ford defined his ragged, psychotic artistry with the aptly titled "I'm Insane," a true story in which the sevent...

    by Steve Almond on June 10, 1999
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