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	Northern State: Dying in Stereo

The first that you’ll read about Northern State in just about any review are their stats—these are three 20-something women who are from

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30 Jun 2003 // 11:00 PM

Eels: Shootenanny

Over the past eight years, as pop music has grown more static, Mr. E and his Eels have quietly evolved, and, along the way, churned out consistently interesting and compelling albums.

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30 Jun 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Bruce Cockburn: You’ve Never Seen Everything

However dubious a distinction, Poet of the Apocalypse belongs to only one Bruce—and it sure as hell isn’t Bruce Springsteen. It happens to

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30 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Ronald Reagan: A Legacy Remembered

'One of the things about the Presidency is that you're somewhat apart.'

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Charlie’s Angels: The Complete First Season

As one fan observes, 'Charlie's Angels' represented an 'escape from traditional feminine constraints, at least as far as '70s television was capable.'

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There’s Something More About Mary (1998)

It's easy to deride the Farrellys' work, to dismiss their brand of humor or their dogged efforts to be 'politically incorrect.' Still, they serve more substantive functions than dosing 12-year-old boys with chickens-up-the-butt jokes.

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30 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Party Girl (1995)

As Parker Posey dances around the library to a club beat, Daisy von herler Mayer's songless musical is briefly in full bloom.

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30 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Life and Debt (2001)

'One is always struck when in Jamaica, [by] the absolute beauty of the island in contrast with the poverty.'"

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30 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM

Love Liza (2002)

Phillip Seymour Hoffman defies the shallow gravity of Hollywood logic.

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Kai Doh Maru: Kathleen McInerney, Bruce Winant, Flavio Romeo - PopMatters Film Review
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Wakabayashi's Kai Doh Maru is defined more by what it could have been than what it is, a potentiality.

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29 Jun 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Prince Paul: Politics of the Business

Politics of the Business is easily mistaken for satire. The tone is set from the opening skit, which bitterly alludes to Prince Paul’s recent

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29 Jun 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Kinski: Semaphore EP

According to the Big Bang Theory, our universe is expanding at a rate that’s continually getting faster and faster due to the cosmological constant.

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	The Byrds: The Essential Byrds

After having done a shoddy job reissuing the Byrds catalog on CD in the late ‘80s, Columbia tried to rectify things with a lavish series

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29 Jun 2003 // 11:00 PM

	AC/DC: For Those About to Rock We Salute You

The second wave of the AC/DC catalog re-issues by Epic Records hits upon the most interesting phases of the Australian riff monsters’ legacy. While

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	Various Artists: Savoy Blues ‘N’ Boogie

Blues ‘N’ Boogie is a unique collection of obscure, fun tunes dating from 1945-52. From the onset, the compilation does a nice job of placing

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26 Jun 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Rooney: self-titled

Ah, to be young and gifted. Some might balk at the fact that Rooney seem well connected and are making their debut on a major

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26 Jun 2003 // 11:00 PM

	The Ramones: Leave Home

In the summer of 1989, I was growing out of the metal music that had been my obsession for the previous six years, craving something, anything

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26 Jun 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Grandaddy: Sumday

Grandaddy‘s excellent 2000 album The Sophtware Slump was a fascinating blend of neo-psychedelic, blissed-out indie rock and a lyrical theme of one’s attempt to

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26 Jun 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Ravi Coltrane: Mad 6

Ravi Coltrane has an unbelievable mantle to bear in his career as a jazz saxophonist, perhaps the weightiest possible. Miles Davis doesn’t have a

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	Ambulance Ltd.: self-titled

The best thing about the Super Cuts compilation that came out not too long ago on Star Time International was the song “Country Gentleman” by

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'Sugar Hill' Breaks Out the Old-School Zombies

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"Sugar Hill was made in a world before ordinary shuffling, Romero-type zombies took over the cinema world.

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