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Thursday, October 4 2001


Ryan Adams

Monday, October 1 2001


While J.D. is running from pages and hiding in closets, Turk 'is learning by doing,' cutting, poking, and defibrillating with gusto.

Garbage: Beautifulgarbage

Four Tet: Pause

Call and Response: self-titled

Even if you're a die-hard Slipknot fan and you can't stand anything with keyboards or women, you'll have to admit that Call and Response make flawless pop.

Sunday, September 30 2001

Béla Fleck: Perpetual Motion

Perpetual Motion is Fleck’s latest project, a daring foray into Baroque, Classical and Romantic art music.

Keb’ Mo’ (Reviews) [26.Sep.01]
    The Strokes: Is This It (Reviews) [25.Sep.01]
Woven: EPrime (Reviews) [24.Sep.01] Lost Change (Reviews) [24.Sep.01]
Sugarbomb: Bully (Reviews) [24.Sep.01]
Stars: The Comeback EP (Reviews) [24.Sep.01]
Matthew Ryan: Concussion (Reviews) [24.Sep.01]
    The O’Jays: For the Love (Reviews) [24.Sep.01]
The Handsome Family: Twilight (Reviews) [24.Sep.01]
Colony: Who I Wanted To Be (Reviews) [24.Sep.01]
The Andersons: Family Secrets (Reviews) [24.Sep.01]
Lambchop: Tools in the Dryer (Reviews) [17.Sep.01]
Tori Amos: Strange Little Girls (Reviews) [17.Sep.01]
Various Artists: Get the Blues! (Reviews) [17.Sep.01]
    Squeeze: Greatest Hits (Reviews) [17.Sep.01]
Yo-Yo Ma: Classic Yo-Yo (Reviews) [17.Sep.01]
Live: V (Reviews) [17.Sep.01]
Gerald Levert: Gerald’s World (Reviews) [17.Sep.01]
Macy Gray: The Id (Reviews) [17.Sep.01]
Clinic: Internal Wrangler (Reviews) [17.Sep.01]
Alice Cooper: Dragontown (Reviews) [17.Sep.01]
Collective Soul: 7even Year Itch (Reviews) [17.Sep.01]
Aesop Rock: Labor Days (Reviews) [17.Sep.01]
Bob Dylan: “Love and Theft” (Reviews) [10.Sep.01]
Ryan Adams: Gold (Reviews) [10.Sep.01]
The Lord of the Rings (1978/2001) (Reviews) [10.Sep.01]
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