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Wednesday, July 12 2000

Mice Parade: Collaborations

Mice Parade: the name suggests something both tiny and spectacular.


Wednesday, July 5 2000

Mediations of Japan: Ranma

ReDotPop -- Ranma.


Monday, July 3 2000

The Carter Family: Can the Circle Be Unbroken


Monday, June 26 2000

Carla Bley / Steve Swallow: Are We There Yet?


The White Stripes: De Stijl (Reviews) [20.Jun.00]
Steve Earle: Transcendental Blues (Reviews) [20.Jun.00]
Busta Rhymes: Anarchy (Reviews) [19.Jun.00]
The Allies: D-Day (Reviews) [19.Jun.00]
Joanna de Seyne: Picture This (Reviews) [12.Jun.00]
    Tahiti 80: Puzzle (Reviews) [5.Jun.00]
BT: Movement in Still Life (Reviews) [5.Jun.00]
Marvin Gaye: Midnight Love (Reviews) [29.May.00]
Elk City: Status (Reviews) [29.May.00]
Bright Eyes: Fevers and Mirrors (Reviews) [29.May.00]
It’s All About the Pentiums (Columns) [29.May.00]
Dilated Peoples: The Platform (Reviews) [22.May.00]
Johnny Cash: Love, God, Murder (Reviews) [22.May.00]
The Clientele: A Fading Summer (Reviews) [22.May.00]
George Benson: Absolute Benson (Reviews) [22.May.00]
Small Time Crooks (Reviews) [19.May.00]
Mediations of Japan: Food (Columns) [13.May.00]
Elliott Smith (Reviews) [11.May.00]
Road Trip (2000) (Reviews) [11.May.00]
Calexico: Hot Rail (Reviews) [8.May.00]
    Ween: White Pepper (Reviews) [1.May.00]
Neil Young: Silver And Gold (Reviews) [25.Apr.00]
Berlin: Live: Sacred and Profane (Reviews) [17.Apr.00]
Built To Spill: Live (Reviews) [17.Apr.00]
Baila: Shall We Dance? (Reviews) [10.Apr.00]
Sumo (Columns) [5.Apr.00]
    Lou Reed: Ecstasy (Reviews) [3.Apr.00]
High Fidelity (Reviews) [31.Mar.00]
Matthew Sweet (Reviews) [30.Mar.00]
Common: Like Water For Chocolate (Reviews) [27.Mar.00]
Peter Murphy (Reviews) [19.Mar.00]
Eels: Daisies of the Galaxy (Reviews) [13.Mar.00]
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