Articles tagged not enough time to read

	Various Artists: Fields and Streams

Fields and Streams, the newest compilation album from Olympia, Washington’s Kill Rock Stars label, is overwhelming: New tracks by 45 indie artists, about two and

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	Judas Priest: Ram It Down / Painkiller

It’s 1988, and you’re Judas Priest. Your last studio album, Turbo, was a big commercial success, although longtime fans deem it a betrayal of

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	Keith Jarrett: Selected Recordings: Rarum III

It’s hardly surprising that Keith Jarrett’s contribution to ECM’s Rarum series of selected recordings chosen by the artist should be a two-disc

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10 Jul 2002 // 11:00 PM

Prefuse 73: The ‘92 vs ‘02 Collection

The ‘92 vs ‘02 Collection is Prefuse 73 at his best sewing together hip-hop and ambient techno while creating a sound positively his own.

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10 Jul 2002 // 11:00 PM

	The Mars Volta: Tremulant

I was not among the mourners the day that At the Drive-In called it quits. True, I had been looking forward to their imminent Chicago

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10 Jul 2002 // 11:00 PM

	John Forté: I, John

After receiving a copy of John Forté‘s latest release, I John, I must admit that I was not particularly optimistic. After recent disappointing releases

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	Chick Corea: Selected Recordings: Rarum III

Chick Corea has been involved with an incredible variety of musical projects throughout his career, a point that was brought home with incredible force last

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10 Jul 2002 // 11:00 PM

	Ash: Free All Angels

It’s amazing that Ash have lasted longer than a couple years. It’s been six years since the Irish band (then a trio) of

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Anglo Visions -- Lad Mags and Dangerous, You Know: The Risk That Rolling Stone Takes -- In the hands of the new breed of editors, style and gloss, surface and glamour, beat everything: bigger, deeper, harder, harsher matters cower in the shadow of the flash, the superficial, the vacuous, the ephemerally amusing.

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10 Jul 2002 // 1:00 AM

Bewitched It’s been a curious evolution for Mary Timony. After fronting Helium in the mid-‘90s, she walked away from a career being labeled

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10 Jul 2002 // 1:00 AM

When asked about the innovative collaboration between Ornette Coleman and Don Cherry, John Lewis, the Modern Jazz Quartet pianist, reputedly responded, “I don’t know

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The tones that the sun inflicts on our spaces are often neither rich nor filled with gentle gradations.

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. . . (F)or all its post-war success, its unrivalled rise from the ashes, Japan views itself as the national equivalent of Charley Brown.

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	Superdrag: Last Call for Vitriol

Power pop may not be the best-selling sub-genre of rock, but it sure is one of the most resilient. It’s been kicking around since

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	Johnny Cash: The Best of Johnny Cash (20th Century Masters—The Millenium Collection)

A quick count reveals that Johnny Cash has released around a 100 albums of original material since his humble beginnings in the ‘50s. Not bad, but

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8 Jul 2002 // 1:00 AM

The Powerpuff Girls Movie (2002)

Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup are smart, self-assured, and admirable.

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8 Jul 2002 // 1:00 AM

Men In Black II (2002)

What the sequel does make abundantly clear is that the apparently accidental harmonies of the first can -- indeed must -- be turned into calculation.

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8 Jul 2002 // 1:00 AM

Like Mike (2002)

It's easy to see why Bow Wow -- ambitious, clever, self-confident -- appealed to the folks who put this film-cd-gear- package together.

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27 Jun 2002 // 11:00 PM

	Tom Waits: Alice / Blood Money

Arguably the only living legend for whom all four cylinders are still firing, Waits’ career stretches back to 1973’s Closing Time, an album of after-hours

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27 Jun 2002 // 11:00 PM

	Weezer: Maladroit

Weezer’s fourth album—and second in less than a year—Maladroit begins with a minor-key heavy metal riff, distorted to hell and messy as

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"Series creator Nic Pizzolatto constructs the entire season on a simple exchange: death seems to be the metaphysical wage of knowledge.

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