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	Various Artists: Do You Know House?

Six months ago we were drowning in Chill Out compilations. Now the record stores are groaning under the weight of innumerable History of House collections.

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27 Oct 2001 // 3:00 PM

	Various Artists: Lookout! Freakout Episode 2

When Green Day found themselves flung from the status of lowly musicians to that of music biz celebrities, it was Berkeley’s Lookout! Records that

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24 Oct 2001 // 12:00 AM

Who are we outsiders to say that Romania shouldn't fully exploit the Dracula story, both real and imagined?

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The football season—the soccer season, that is—began in August in England amid an ever-swelling tide of hyperbole as sport, that great vehicle of

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23 Oct 2001 // 3:00 PM

	Linkin Park: Hybrid Theory

Unless you’ve been under a rock the last year, you’ll know the boys that are Linkin Park. These fortunate five may not have

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22 Oct 2001 // 3:00 PM

Maybe because this is Texas, maybe because they were playing an oversized barbeque joint, The Strokes took the stage like a quintet of spaghetti western

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22 Oct 2001 // 3:00 PM

Dumbo, 60th Anniversary DVD (2001)

Now seems remarkable not only for its adorable child's tale, but for its overt depiction of Disney's peculiar brand of patriotism.

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22 Oct 2001 // 3:00 PM

	Robert Walter: There Goes the Neighborhood

Good God Almighty, it’s time to get funky! This is the kind of CD that’s guaranteed to not leave your stereo for long

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	Townes Van Zandt: Texas Rain: The Texas Hill Country Recordings

Despite the fact that Nashville stands on the shoulders of songwriters (one drive down the surreal fixture known as Music Row attests to that), it’

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22 Oct 2001 // 3:00 PM

	Raul Malo: Today

Music for all Occasions Even looking back, with a fistful of quality albums under the band’s belt, it’s hard to imagine the Mavericks

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22 Oct 2001 // 3:00 PM

        Mogwai: My Father My King

Mogwai’s new EP, My Father My King, is, in a word, artless. It is inscrutable from every angle: melodically dull and repetitive, rhythmically plodding,

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	Reba McEntire: Greatest Hits Volume III: I’m a Survivor

Reba McEntire’s third volume of Greatest Hits is just what her fans have come to expect. That there are three such collections in McEntire’

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	The (International) Noise Conspiracy: A New Morning, Changing Weather

The word “International” is in parentheses, so the implication is that we should treat it as an aside or a qualifier of some sort, as

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22 Oct 2001 // 3:00 PM

	The Grip Weeds: Summer of a Thousand Years

Retro jangle rock sounds abound, and The Grip Weeds lay claim to their own fair share of 1960s musical memories, though not necessarily the same

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22 Oct 2001 // 3:00 PM

Elk City: The Sea is Fierce

It’s not perfect, but it’s intriguing, and it gives listeners enough of a taste of Elk City that they will want more.

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Einstürzende Neubauten: Strategies Against Architecture III: 1991-2001

Berlin’s Einstürzende Neubauten—that’s “Collapsing New Buildings” to the uninitiated—are in many ways an embodiment of a certain stereotype about German art rock.

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	Miles Davis: The Complete in a Silent Way Sessions

The set highlights many important elements to Davis's evolving sound: his quest to strip songs down to their essential parts, his shift from acoustic to electric-based music, his choice of sidemen who best play that type of music, and, in turn, his way of coaxing the best music from those sidemen.

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22 Oct 2001 // 3:00 PM

	DMX: The Great Depression

DMX was hip-hop’s newest miscreant in 1998, snarling into an arena that has since lent itself to bling-bling blathering and bad hooks. He was a

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22 Oct 2001 // 3:00 PM

	Harry Connick Jr.: 30

Contrary to what the title of his latest release would lead listeners to believe, Harry Connick Jr. is actually 34 years old. Denoting the artist’s

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22 Oct 2001 // 3:00 PM

	Don Byron: You Are #6

Don Byron is the most ambitious jazz artist in the United States of America. He wants it all, and he wants it bad. In 10 years,

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