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    Kid Loco - Kid Loco Presents Jesus Life For Children Under 12 Inches (Atlantic)

    Kid Loco Kid Loco Presents Jesus Life For Children Under 12 Inches (Atlantic) Trip-hop never quite caught on in the U.S., in large part because of its subtlety; the boom-bap of hardcore rap provides immediate gratification, while the sonic...

    by Michael Roberts on March 23, 2000
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    Fit to Be Fried - Southern Culture on the Skids and the Countdown Quartet

    Sometimes music doesn't need to be art. Just give the folks psychotic hillbilly gee-tar, lyrics celebrating an unholy alliance between food and sex, and throw some fried chicken around. That's the way Southern Culture on the Skids (or SCOTS, for shor...

    by Jeff Stratton on March 16, 2000
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    Oasis - Standing on the Shoulder of Giants (Epic)

    Oasis Standing on the Shoulder of Giants (Epic) Advance hype for the fourth Oasis album (not counting 1998's rarities and singles collection) suggested that the disc would be less about Britpop and more about psychedelia and dance/trip-hop. T...

    by Bill Holdship on March 16, 2000
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    The Willard Grant Conspiracy - Mojave (Slow River/Rykodisc)

    The Willard Grant Conspiracy Mojave (Slow River/Rykodisc) Despite the melancholy that permeates nearly every song on the Willard Grant Conspiracy's Mojave, there's something achingly beautiful about the Boston collective's latest album. It's ...

    by John Floyd on March 16, 2000
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    Groove Armada - Vertigo (Jive/Electro)

    Groove Armada Vertigo (Jive/Electro) Much has been made of the expansive height of the taller half of the English DJ duo Groove Armada. Andy Cato measures in at somewhere between 6-foot-7 and 6-foot-10 (no one seems to be able to agree on thi...

    by Sam Molineaux on March 16, 2000
  • Starke Quality - Raiford Starke

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    Starke Quality - Raiford Starke

    Some days it seems like Raiford Starke knows half the musicians in South Florida -- and has gigged with the other half. Take, for example, the drizzly Saturday a couple of weeks ago when Starke showed up at Hollywood's Fiesta Tropicale in Young Cir...

    by Hans Morgenstern on March 9, 2000
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    Boss Hog - Whiteout

    Boss Hog Whiteout (In the Red Records) Mr. and Mrs. Jon Spencer turn in their pop sellout to Geffen, only to find the label merged and their band dropped. So much for getting the corporation to subsidize the transition out of the cult's comfy...

    by Robert Wilonsky on March 9, 2000
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    The Rockfords - The Rockfords

    The Rockfords The Rockfords (Sony/Epic) Step off, Eddie Vedder. And Stone Gossard -- you might as well be Stone Phillips this go-around. Mike McCready, lead guitarist for Seattle's Pearl Jam, has assembled some childhood pals to eke out a...

    by John La Briola on March 9, 2000
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    Shelby Lynne - I Am Shelby Lynne

    Shelby Lynne I Am Shelby Lynne (Island Records) Insecurity can be a good thing. Take the example of Nashville chanteuse Shelby Lynne. Judging from the title of her mightily impressive sixth album, Lynne has one hell of a self-esteem problem. ...

    by Bruce Britt on March 9, 2000
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    Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss - Springsteen's still on fire

    Bruce Springsteen's career, on stage and on record, is arguably the most consistently brilliant of any artist of the last 30 years. But his latest tour is unlike the recent embarkments by rock's other aging legends: the biannual Rolling Stones and Wh...

    by John Floyd on March 2, 2000
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    The The - Naked Self

    The The Naked Self (Nothing) Matt Johnson must be a patient man. It's been six years since the last album of new The The music (and four since the all-Hank Williams covers set, Hanky Panky) but he continues to sound very much like himself. As...

    by David Simutis on March 2, 2000
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    MC Paul Barman - It's Very Stimulating

    MC Paul Barman It's Very Stimulating (Word Sound) Prince Paul will do anything for a laugh. As a producer he invented the hip-hop skit, a tool he's employed consistently to generate laughs for himself (his first official solo release, Psychoa...

    by Todd Levin on March 2, 2000
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    So You Want to Be a Rock 'n' Roll Star? - Inside the music business with Eric Kline

    Stores in Miami's Overtown neighborhood were looted and set on fire in January 1989, after a Hispanic police officer fatally shot a black man in the area. Just a week later, a young college student named Eric Kline -- a white kid originally from su...

    by John Ferri on February 24, 2000
  • D'Angelo - Voodoo

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    D'Angelo - Voodoo

    D'Angelo Voodoo (Virgin) Young, gifted, and sleazy, D'Angelo is what you get when you cross Prince with a used-car salesman. Like Prince, Michael "D'Angelo" Archer possesses an uncanny ability to incorporate his influences while never being o...

    by Bruce Britt on February 24, 2000
  • Goodie Mob - World Party

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    Goodie Mob - World Party

    Goodie Mob World Party (LaFace) At least as significant as the advent of grunge or R&B's takeover of the pop charts in the '90s was the rise of Southern rap, starting with Arrested Development in 1993. That groundbreaking hip-hop crew soon fi...

    by Danny Alexander on February 24, 2000
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    Malachi Thompson - Rising Daystar

    Malachi Thompson Rising Daystar (Delmark) Neither an avant-garde terrorist nor a traditionalist bopper, Chicago trumpet veteran Malachi Thompson operates somewhere in jazz's vast middle ground. A late-'60s alumnus of the revered Association F...

    by John Floyd on February 24, 2000
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    Kid Heartbreak - Victor Manuelle

    Bogot, 1998. It was another bummer of a Valentine's Day. In Colombia the lovers' holiday is known as the Day of Love and Friendship, and though it falls in October instead of February, the end result is just as likely to be as disappointing as Uncle...

    by Celeste Fraser Delgado on February 17, 2000
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    Various Artists - INCredible: Sound of Drum 'n' Bass Mixed by Goldie

    Various Artists INCredible: Sound of Drum 'n' Bass Mixed by Goldie (Ovum/Ruffhouse) The first thing you should know is that Goldie is an artist. Don't be surprised if, after he tires of making drum 'n' bass records, he becomes a superstar act...

    by Randall Roberts on February 17, 2000
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    Fu Manchu - King of the Road

    Fu Manchu King of the Road (Mammoth) There are, of course, the great intro riffs: Sabbath's "Iron Man," Led Zep's "Whole Lotta Love," B.*Ouml;.C.'s "(Don't Fear) The Reaper," Neil Young's "Cinnamon Girl." Oft copped, rarely topped. Instinctiv...

    by Fred Mills on February 17, 2000
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    Morphine - The Night

    Morphine The Night (Dreamworks) If there ever was a band for listening to late at night, drunk and feeling sorry for yourself while reviewing all the wrong choices you've made, it's Morphine. The band's sound is built around singer Mark Sandm...

    by David Simutis on February 17, 2000
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