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    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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    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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    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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    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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    Age Against the Machine

    The question before the assembled members of Pillmagnet is this: When did bassist-vocalist Mike Szymanski first play in a band? Lead guitarist Justin McNeal, the whippersnapper of the group at 24 years old, blurts out his guess -- "1968" -- waiting a...

    by Hans Morgenstern on June 10, 1999
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    I Want My MP3

    Errej Eugaet, keyboardist and Web guru for the Houston-based electronica act Center, isn't surprised his band doesn't have a huge following in his hometown. But that doesn't seem to bother him, because the world seems to like it. "Our flavor of music...

    by David Simutis on June 3, 1999
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    Various Artists Post Marked Stamps (Tree Records) Sometime in early 1996, a young man in Chicago named Ken Shipley conceptualized a series of two-song, seven-inch singles to release on his label, Tree. The series was called Post Marked Stam...

    by David Simutis on June 3, 1999
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    The Renaissance of Broward Boulevard (Not!) - Business owners have some bad news for Sheriff Ken Jenne: All is not well along this main drag

    See any yet?" "What do you think?" "Keep looking." It's about an hour before dusk on a thundery afternoon, and my escort -- an intense, voluble man in his thirties named Ore Pablos -- is trolling slowly along in the far-right lane of West...

    by Paul Belden on June 3, 1999
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    Sailing the Seas of Ozz

    Les Claypool sounds a little hurt when asked how his band fits into the metal-dominated OzzFest '99 tour, which features Ozzy Osbourne and the rest of the original Black Sabbath, along with new-breed metal mongers like Rob Zombie and slash 'n' burn i...

    by John Ferri on May 27, 1999
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    Joan of Arc Live in Chicago, 1999 (Jade Tree) Joan of Arc's third disc is not a live album, as the title would have you believe. Rather it's the materialization of the members' collective artistic expressions while living in Chicago circa 1...

    by David Simutis on May 27, 1999
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    Ear Infection

    True hidden treasures in the music industry are few and far between. Sure, industry monoliths occasionally dredge up a "lost" Beatles single or recover masters long forgotten, but the reality is that these situations rarely occur. And when they do, i...

    by Brendan Kelley on May 27, 1999
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    Ear Infection

    Greetings to our friends and fans, the Passion Seeds would like to invite you to our last show in South Florida. Next month we will be relocating to Boston, Massachusetts.... To all of our friends in the South Florida bands, press, radio, clubs and l...

    by Brendan Kelley on May 20, 1999
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    What You Talkin' 'Bout, Willis?

    The scene is a self-service copy shop on Milwaukee Avenue in Chicago, the time is several years ago, and the protagonist is Wesley Willis, beloved local icon. Willis is built like Sasquatch (he's six feet, four inches tall and weighs more than 300 po...

    by Thomas Peake on May 20, 1999
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    The Boneshakers Shake the Planet (Pointblank/Virgin) The quality of a college is reflected in the quality of its graduates. With that analogy in mind, Was (Not Was) surely must have been in the Ivy League of rock 'n' roll, considering the c...

    by Richard Pachter on May 20, 1999
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    Ear Infection

    Wednesday, May 5, Club Q, Davie, 9:30 p.m.: About 75 South Floridian kids have gathered at this dank strip-mall billiard hall to experience a musical rarity -- a nationally acclaimed emo band that's actually deemed South Florida a worthy tour stop. T...

    by Brendan Kelley on May 13, 1999
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    Pay to Play

    Who owns a song? In Western music there are 12 notes, a handful of note values (whole, half, quarter, et cetera) and only so many ways that they can be arranged and combined in different rhythms -- making something completely original virtually i...

    by David Simutis on May 13, 1999
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    Blur 13 (Virgin) In the well-worn realm of "theme" music, there is precious little new to be said about a handful of mossy topics -- love, loss, drugs, and death spring immediately to mind. On its sixth album, 13, Blur disregards this truis...

    by John Floyd on May 13, 1999
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