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Johnny Paycheck's Unsentimental Country Psychosis PLUS: Last of the Juanitas, Bjrk, Yeah Yeah Yeahs.


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Johnny Paycheck The Soul & The Edge: The Best of Johnny Paycheck (Epic/Legacy) A glance at Billboard's country chart--the Coyote Ugly soundtrack, a fixture for 90 weeks!--reminds you why the cu ...   More
 
Wednesday, May 8, 2002 Zach Dundas (editor)

Hail the King of the Damned

Tom Waits deals a tough pair PLUS: Boards of Canada, Jason and the Scorchers, ex-Whiskeytowner Caitlyn Cary and Girl Harbor.


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Tom Waits Alice (Anti) Blood Money (Anti) It might be too much to ask Tom Waits to surprise us anymore. Since he traded his old Beat-poet persona for that of a demented Vaudevillian in the early ' ...   More
 
Wednesday, May 1, 2002 Zach Dundas (editor)

The Last Gang in Town

Billy Bragg and his Blokes take a lonely stand for lefty folk. PLUS: Medeski Martin & Wood go beyond the Valley of the Jam Bands, and more.


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Billy Bragg England/Half English (Elektra) es (Dirtnap) Once, Billy Bragg was known on American shores only among a small circle of indie-folk fans, lovers of sardonic college radio and left-winge ...   More
 
Wednesday, April 24, 2002 Zach Dundas (editor)

Do You Read With Android Eyes?

The Lost Sounds ask the tough questions. PLUS: Mary Lou Lord and Teenage Fanclub take you back-back-back! to the '90s, a Neurosis singer sinks into the Blackness, a strange electronic/cabaret record intrigues.


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The Lost Sounds Black Wave (Empty) Seized by a futuristic nightmare of Philip K. Dickian proportion, Memphis, Tenn.'s Lost Sounds are running down Beale Street crazy with paranoia. It seems the ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 9, 2002 Zach Dundas (editor)

Roll for Damage, Dude

Dungeon Family gets medieval on hip-hop's ass PLUS: Lift to Experience, Kid Rock, King Louie and Milemarker


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Dungeon Family Even in Darkness (Arista) Halloween of the year 2000 saw a true scare thrown into a complacent hip-hop industry when OutKast's supreme Stankonia burst out of the Deep South like ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 19, 2001 Zach Dundas (editor)

The Spits Have Not Broken Up

A Compelling Rebuttal to the Rumor You Didn't Know Existed PLUS: Carpet Musics, G. Dep, Christmas at Rao's and Cinemaphonic.


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Word to Northeast Portland's aficionados of garage-greased crap-rock obscurity: Just quit cryin' in that finely poured pint of PBR at the Jockey Club or Billy Ray's, because contrary to the PacNor ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 12, 2001 Zach Dundas (editor)

Viva Zapata!

Home Alive Keeps Up the Fight PLUS: Jesse Dayton, Keith Jarrett, Madonna and Boyd Rice. Who Could Ask for Anything More?


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Various Artists Flying Sidekick: Home Alive Compilation II (Broken Rekids) In 1993, someone murdered Mia Zapata in Seattle. The firethroated Zapata sang with the Gits, one of the most impassioned ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 5, 2001 Zach Dundas (editor)

New Eastern Standard

Son Volt songwriter digs up some spice in the Mysterious Orient. PLUS: Miles Davis, Fugazi, Terry Southern and more.


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Jay Farrar Sebastopol (Fellow Guard/ Artemis) While ex-Uncle Tupelo comrade Jeff Tweedy transformed himself into a Tom Petty clone with hand-clap-happy pop-rock band Wilco, Jay Farrar continued th ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 14, 2001 Zach Dundas (editor)
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