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    Drowning Pool - Sinner (Wind-up Entertainment)

    With the glut of Nu Metal purveyors in the marketplace all vying for space on festival side stages, the bands that get themselves noticed have to project something slightly out of the ordinary -- a tough assignment in a genre where full-body tats and...

    by Brian Baker on July 19, 2001
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    The Strife of Brian - Marilyn Manson resurrects the same ol' shtick

    Marilyn Manson's pissing match with God continues -- stop the presses! For a guy who's written almost as many suicide anthems as Barry Manilow (when's the last time you heard "It's a Miracle" and didn't want to bump yourself off?), yesterday's dog-e...

    by John La Briola on July 12, 2001
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    Critic's Pick - Hot Water Music

    This Gainesville outfit's ascent to punk-rock prominence from its founding in 1994 has been hard won. After building an impressive pile of vinyl on at least eight different labels (but mostly on its hometown No Idea Records), touring compulsively, an...

    by Ted B. Kissell on July 12, 2001
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    Bandwidth - Wotapalava? What were they thinking?

    At least one person is happy that the Wotapalava Tour has been canceled -- you know, that big queer-friendly summer package tour that was to visit Miami July 13. The one to which you didn't buy $50 tickets. It sucks for the tiny handful of concertgo...

    by Jeff Stratton on July 12, 2001
  • John Vanderslice - Time Travel Is Lonely (Barsuk Records)


    John Vanderslice - Time Travel Is Lonely (Barsuk Records)

    On John Vanderslice's second LP, printed lyrics have been replaced with a series of handwritten letters from Jesse, our strange protagonist who is trapped in Antarctica, lost without GPS coordinates or Internet access. After a few listens, the fact b...

    by Kevin Crouse on July 12, 2001
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    Dave Navarro - Trust No One (Capitol Records)

    Dave Navarro's monumental past looms like the giant black obelisk in 2001: A Space Odyssey. Any solo project he attempts is measured against his accomplishments with Jane's Addiction and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Luckily Navarro doesn't fall into t...

    by Brian Baker on July 12, 2001
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    The Orb - Cydonia (MCA)

    Having chosen a celestial, spacey name for his DJ persona, Orb mastermind Alex Paterson filled his early sets with samples of NASA voice transmissions beneath a blend of down-tempo, Chicago-style house and languid, ethereal textures that spawned the ...

    by John Ferri on July 12, 2001
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    Baby Steps - Bobby Baker's Baby Robots bust Boca a new one

    To most of us, "weird sounds from Boca Raton" means diamonds caught in a disposal or wheezing geriatrics struggling with groceries. And that stereotype is unlikely to change soon. Finding something edgy and hip in this subculturally deprived suburb i...

    by Jeff Stratton on July 5, 2001
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    Critic's Pick - Depeche Mode

    In the race to explore the sonic potential of bits and bytes, the rest of the world long ago caught up with Depeche Mode -- and maybe even lapped it once or twice. Not that the tweesome threesome has been totally immune to trends: The band's sound to...

    by Ted B. Kissell on July 5, 2001
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    Jim Lauderdale - The Other Sessions (Dualtone Music Group)

    Lately it seems that any discussion of country music must necessarily concern itself with image, marketing, unit sales, and play-list rotation, while ignoring the two most important aspects of the conversation: the country part and the music part. Na...

    by Brian Baker on July 5, 2001
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    Benjamins - The Art of Disappointment (Drive-Thru Records)

    With crap like 3 Doors Down and Creed clogging the airwaves, a listener might wonder if the United States will ever produce another non-punk-rock band that can find a hook outside a bait and tackle shop. Milwaukee's Benjamins answer that question wit...

    by Tom Bowker on July 5, 2001
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    Mark Lanegan - Field Songs (Sub Pop Records)

    Usually when a singer goes off to do a solo project, it's either because of "creative differences" or a "need to express myself away from the band." In either case this can be translated as "I'm sick and tired of sharing credit with these bozos; I'm ...

    by Steven Mirkin on July 5, 2001
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    Gallows Humor - Don't tell Mark Eitzel his songs are depressing. He'll laugh.

    When I set up a phone interview with Mark Eitzel, the last thing I expected to hear were Britney Spears jokes. The singer-songwriter's work with American Music Club and on subsequent solo albums points to a despondent, dreary soul. Though underground...

    by Jeff Stratton on June 28, 2001
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    Critic's Pick - Eddie C. Campbell

    The Mississippi-born Campbell moved to Chicago as a boy in the mid-'40s; he honed his skills on the city's west side in the company of such blues luminaries as Magic Sam, Otis Rush, and Koko Taylor. After building a reputation on both the bell-like t...

    by Ted B. Kissell on June 28, 2001
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    Bandwidth - Local CDs from Jim Camacho, Dollyrocker, Ex-Cretins, Peerless Super Eye, and the Rezentments

    Hey! You can't put those there! Don't, please -- I have plenty of that stuff as it is, see? Awww, jeez, that one again? Look, can't you find another... I mean, seriously... Ah, whatever. Just leave 'em right there. No, over there. Thanks. Thanks a lo...

    by Jeff Stratton on June 28, 2001
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    R.E.M. - Reveal (Warner Bros. Records)

    When R.E.M. morphed from altrock cult heroes to rock 'n' roll royalty in the late '80s, fans and critics prevailed upon the band to be more forthcoming. Though the band was happy to indulge in leftist sloganeering, that wasn't good enough: Many fans ...

    by Bruce Britt on June 28, 2001
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    Skrape - New Killer America (RCA Records)

    News flash to today's youth: Nu Metal is old. That's a bit of shocking news that often goes unreported by the media, and unfortunately such ignorance leads young bands to experiment with doses of enraged vocals and heavy guitars that often result in ...

    by Omar Perez on June 28, 2001
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    Moreno Veloso + 2 - Music Typewriter (Hannibal Records)

    Brazilians love experimentation and magical moments; they love assimilating far-flung musical styles, blending them with local rhythms, and imbuing them with graceful elegance. Ravers in Rio de Janeiro and Salvador have recently woven techno and ambi...

    by Lawrence Kay on June 28, 2001
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    Mouthing Off - When Cowboy Mouth's Fred LeBlanc speaks out on self-empowerment, audiences listen

    It's Friday night in St. Louis, and inside the Pageant Theater, 2000 people soak up a powerful message from Fred LeBlanc, drummer and vocalist for the New Orleans- based outfit Cowboy Mouth. Sporting a T-shirt that bears a one-word caption -- INTENSE...

    by Marty Jones on June 21, 2001
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    Bandwidth - The Rocking Horse Winner goes for a little ride up north

    It would have been a journey certain to test the mettle of the hardest road veterans. But for the young foals who make up the Rocking Horse Winner, the schedule appeared beyond grueling. Immediately following a rousing show at Respectable Street May ...

    by Jeff Stratton on June 21, 2001
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