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    Various Artists for the MASSES (1500/A&M) Certain signs indicate that a band is aging: Instead of new material, it releases "best of" compilations, B-side collections, rare recordings, and the obligatory live album; at least one member goes...

    by David Simutis on November 12, 1998
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    Ladies, Start Your Engines

    After almost a decade, Barenaked Ladies' slow and steady wooing of America finally came to fruition this past summer. Stunt, the Canadian band's fourth full-length CD, debuted at No. 3 in July -- not bad when you consider its predecessor, Born on a...

    by David Simutis on November 12, 1998
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    The Breath of the Blues

    The harmonica is a curious instrument. Palm-size and usually made without moving parts, it looks so simple, like a toy. Mastering one should require no more than inhaling, exhaling, and fluttering a finger or two. But the innocuous little thing has f...

    by Adam St. James on November 5, 1998
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    Aerosmith A Little South of Sanity (Geffen) Ever wonder what an Aerosmith concert is like? If so, A Little South of Sanity, the band's new live double album, will answer any and all of your questions. You won't be surprised. (That's never b...

    by Mark Rosen on November 5, 1998
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    The Road Well Traveled

    Dishwalla's new album, their second, is entitled And You Think You Know What Life's About. The title is a sarcastic one, because after releasing what would become Billboard Magazine's Rock Song of the Year in 1996, the band toured for two and a half ...

    by Larry Getlen on October 29, 1998
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    PJ Harvey Is This Desire? (Island) Two-time Grammy nominee Polly Harvey is one of a handful of artists who consistently reinvent and redefine their sounds without losing sight of themselves. Previously she's been a bit of a groovy riot grrr...

    by David Simutis on October 29, 1998
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    Something Wicked This Way Rocks

    If Them Ickies singer/songwriter/guitarist Mickey Zetts hadn't watched the Marx Brothers movie Monkey Business with some friends while under the influence of LSD, South Florida might have been deprived of one of its most colorful and inventive bands....

    by Larry Getlen on October 22, 1998
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    '68 Comeback A Bridge Too Fuckin' Far (Sympathy For the Record Industry) He isn't a household name even in his adopted home of Memphis, let alone among the hipsters of indie-rock, yet Monsieur Jeffrey Evans is arguably the greatest roots-ro...

    by David Simutis on October 22, 1998
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    Q-Burns Abstract Message Feng Shui (Astralwerks) Michael Donaldson, the DJ-songwriter known as Q-Burns Abstract Message, can't be terribly serious about practicing feng shui, the ancient Chinese art of arranging furniture to create maximum ...

    by John Floyd on October 15, 1998
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    Alley Cats

    For six years Girls Against Boys (GVSB to its fans) has been laying down reality-noir soundtracks that openly embrace and explore the lusty, dirty, and hidden sides of human nature. But during a performance on the Late Night With Conan O'Brien show t...

    by David Simutis on October 15, 1998
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    Gillian Welch Hell Among the Yearlings (Almo Sounds) Revival, Gillian Welch's brilliant 1996 debut album, had an old-time, hardwood simplicity about it: The two voices and two acoustic guitars did the majority of the work but were supported...

    by Steve Almond on October 8, 1998
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    The Peter Principle

    Peter Frampton, the man responsible for one of the most successful live recordings of all time, is talking about setting up college funds for his kids as if it's a big challenge. The '70s rock god is the proud father of four, and these days he discus...

    by Larry Getlen on October 8, 1998
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    Nick Heyward The Apple Bed (Big Deal) Early '80s pop phenoms Haircut 100 were a frothy antitoxin to the British music scene that spawned the punk movement and angry young men such as Joe Jackson and Elvis Costello. Haircut fans didn't crave...

    by David Simutis on October 1, 1998
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    A Knack For Survival

    Before the interview is to begin with Knack frontman Doug Fieger, the man would first like to ask his own question. "I was wondering, why do you want to do an interview with me?" he says, his voice full of anger and confusion. Because, I tell him, I ...

    by Robert Wilonsky on October 1, 1998
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    Roy Montgomery And Now the Rain Sounds Like Life Is Falling Down Through It (Drunken Fish) Roy Montgomery is a different kind of guitar hero, a minimalist who chooses to recline within the the forest rather than diddle among the trees. A pi...

    by Barry Lank on September 24, 1998
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    The Godfather of Jazz-Lite

    In their dreams young musicians bask comfortably and happily in the luxury of immense success. Those REM-induced illusions can be mapped out fairly easily: Critical acclaim and financial reward have settled on them like UV rays on a sunny day, rooms ...

    by Adam St. James on September 24, 1998
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    Coming Off the Mountaintop

    Pearl Jam's got it bad. Unquestionably the most interesting of the grunge bands to follow in Nirvana's wake, Pearl Jam has suffered at the hands of everyone. Even with all manner of concessions to the marketplace -- a video, a tour with the help of a...

    by Rob O'Connor on September 17, 1998
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    Elliott Smith XO (Dreamworks) When singer-songwriter Elliott Smith performed his Oscar-nominated tune, "Miss Misery," on the glitzy award-show telecast last spring, it was a scene worthy of A Star Is Born. Alone at center stage, and looking...

    by David Simutis on September 17, 1998
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    Nanci Griffith Other Voices, Too (A Trip Back to Bountiful) (Elektra) Nanci Griffith has provided yeoman's service to the culture at large with her 15th album, Other Voices, Too (A Trip Back to Bountiful) -- a followup to Other Voices, Othe...

    by Theresa Everline on September 10, 1998
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    Fish Just Wanna Have Fun

    It's a sign of the times that a band can achieve success with a song called "Sell Out," which claims that the band has done just that and urges its fans to do the same. But are the band members sincere, or are they just making a joke? Reel Big Fish, ...

    by Larry Getlen on September 10, 1998
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