Articles tagged not enough time to read

6 Nov 2002 // 1:00 AM

Sexy Bastards Tindersticks came over from England to play three back-to-back shows here in NYC, their first and only U.S. appearances this year. These

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Low

6 Nov 2002 // 1:00 AM

Whenever the conversation shifts to a discussion of Low—which doesn’t happen that often, but anyway—my big-brotherly instincts always kick in. Most criticisms

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6 Nov 2002 // 1:00 AM

I didn’t catch much television this summer, but I caught about ten minutes on two separate occasions of Fox’s Gong Show-esque 30 Seconds to

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This was a band that thrived despite being jeered and pissed on by critics, hipsters, jazzbos, even its own ex-members.

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6 Nov 2002 // 1:00 AM

He was a dupe, a fool, a brainless, clueless buffoon who'd been sold a bag of goods, and willingly sacrificed everything to gain nothing in a world that had quickly gone to garbage.

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He was seeking advice on how an unknown Yankee combo could approach the mysteries of this tiny island and not leave with their tail between their legs.

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She Bop II: The Definitive History of Women in Rock, Pop and Soul by Lucy O’Brien

A well-written and researched account of the actual going-ons.

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Rinzen Presents RMX EXTENDED PLAY  Concept + Project Coordination by Rinzen Edited by Rilla Alexande

Based on themes ranging from the relevant to the ridiculous.

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He Kills Coppers by Jake Arnott

Evidence of America's persistent Anglophilia abounds.

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First French Kiss (and other traumas) by Adam Bagdasarian

Cartoonish, exaggerated slices of life.

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e2ink-1:  The Best of the Online Journals 2002 by Guest Editor: Pam Houston, Series Editor: Melvin S

Are electronic magazines the salvation of the literary arts.

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Brotherhood of the Bomb: The Tangled Lives and Loyalties of Robert Oppenheimer, Ernest Lawrence, and

I would say that physicists have known power.

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Aftershocks - The End of Style Culture by Steve Beard

The great strength of this book is its taut, crystal-clear style.

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	Various Artists: In the Pocket: A Taste of Blues Harmonica

The harmonica is to blues what the guitar is to rock and roll, namely the essential instrument of the genre. Old photographs of Sonny Boy

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	Various Artists: The Rough Guide to Raï

Raï, a music that simmered up and boiled over in Algeria despite two different governments’ attempts to force the lid back down on the roiling

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	Stereo Total: Musique Automatique

For the uninitiated, Berlin duo Stereo Total (that’s pronounced “toe-TAHL”, as opposed to the North American “toadle”) is comprised of a French female singer

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	CKY: Infiltrate.Destroy.Rebuild

“It’s the start of a revolutionary band and revolutionary music lovers; people that are interested in entertainment. As miserable as we may seem, fans

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5 Nov 2002 // 11:00 PM

	Blue States: Man Mountain

“In the dark, distant and shimmering, is the place for us that no one knows.”—from “What We’ve Won” There’s no better way

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	Quincy Jones: Ultimate Collection

It’s rare for a producer by trade to release a best-of collection, but when you have some 27 Grammy Awards with your name on them,

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4 Nov 2002 // 11:00 PM

	Ron House: Obsessed

There’s something about heartbreak, but when musicians get their hearts broken, they tend to pour out album-length expressions of their pain. Beck’s Sea

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