Articles tagged not enough time to read

24 Sep 2003 // 1:00 AM

Australian Idol

The show's own contradictions reveal that even the judges are confused as to just what makes an Australian Idol.

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23 Sep 2003 // 11:00 PM

	South: With the Tides

Like many British bands, South garnered rabid press in UK mags before their full-length debut was even recorded. On the strength of several 7” releases and

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23 Sep 2003 // 11:00 PM

	The Neptunes: Clones

Let me first get out of the way how incredible I think the Neptunes are. Sugar before shank, my mom always says. Like hip-hop auteur,

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23 Sep 2003 // 11:00 PM

	B.B. King: Reflections

In the popular, post-rock history of music, before 1955, most white listeners wallowed in a sugary wasteland of Tin Pan Alley professionalism until either “Rock Around

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23 Sep 2003 // 10:00 PM

Sometimes, when reality gets too unreal, you have to let unreality become real.

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23 Sep 2003 // 1:00 AM

I’ve been told there’s nothing like a showcase concert, and the coming out show thrown for the Stills by their new label, Vice

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23 Sep 2003 // 1:00 AM

The Shins’ James MercerPhoto credit: Debra Zeller The Shins are fantastic. When I say fantastic, I’m not speaking of their musical ability or creative

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22 Sep 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Rancid: Indestructible

A decade ago Epitaph Records added a group of hungry young punks from Berkeley, CA to its impressive indie roster, and issued their self titled

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	The Radio Dept.: Lesser Matters

Martin Larsson and Johan Duncanson formed this Swedish group back in 1998. With only two singles to their credit, the pop band rounded out the rhythm

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	Benjamin Gibbard & Andrew Kenny: Home

Let’s all give a hefty thanks to the brain trust at Post-Parlo for throwing together a title fight of a split-album. Both Andrew Kenny

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22 Sep 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Alice in Chains: Dirt

With 1990’s Facelift, before Nirvana blew the scene wide open, Seattle’s Alice in Chains were getting a metal push, thrown on tour with the

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	Television: Marquee Moon [remastered edition]

There is no need to argue the importance of Television’s debut album, Marquee Moon. Anyone with a remote interest in punk rock, the modern

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22 Sep 2003 // 1:00 AM

The Saint Megaset

Simon Templar embroils himself in international intrigue because, well, there just isn't much else to do in Monte Carlo than help beautiful women out of jams.

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John Denver and the Muppets: Rocky Mountain Holiday

Hearing the late Henson perform as Kermit again, so warm and enthusiastic, yet so perilously close to flippering out, is a joy unto itself.

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22 Sep 2003 // 1:00 AM

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - The Complete Second Season

A show that asks us to 'assume nothing' very often lets the perps go free when the evidence doesn't prove substantial enough to secure arrests.

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22 Sep 2003 // 1:00 AM

Wings of Desire (Der Himmel über Berlin) (1987)

Wings of Desire is the most optimistic of films, finding freedom and potential in the quotidian privileges most of us take for granted.

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22 Sep 2003 // 1:00 AM

Versus (2000)

Versus and Ichi the Killer challenge the concept of righteous motivation, offering protagonists so morally ambiguous that it's difficult to distinguish who is 'good' and who is 'evil'.

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22 Sep 2003 // 1:00 AM

Scared Straight! (1978)

'I don't want to end up in there,' is a repeated mantra.

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22 Sep 2003 // 1:00 AM

The Dancer Upstairs (2002)

John Malkovich and Javier Bardem shed welcome light on their thinking about this sophisticated meditation on terrorism, trust, and desire.

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	State Property: State Property Presents The Chain Gang Vol. II

Keepin’ it real. This mantra has been the shibboleth of the hip-hop community since gangster rap supplanted the political rap movement of the early 1990s.

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Moving Pixels Podcast: Coming of Age When 'Life Is Strange'

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"Time travelling and selfies are the central conceits of Life Is Strange.

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