Articles tagged not enough time to read

	Local H: Here Comes the Zoo

Man, Local H comes so close sometimes. Just think of some their best songs: “Bound for the Floor”, “Back in the Day”, “Fritz’s Corner”, “

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4 Mar 2002 // 2:00 PM

	Brandy: Full Moon

When little Miss Brandy Norwood arrived in the R&B world in 1994, she had a little tomboy in her. With a bright smile and

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. . . (T)o raise questions about black faculty who are 'intimidated' by gatekeepers within black institutions is to risk access to and influence within those very institutions. No politically astute black mainstream politician is willing to do that.

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He should have rugged good looks, and perhaps some pop star charisma so that he can wow the crowds when he's out there making appearances and giving speeches 'on tour'.

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28 Feb 2002 // 2:00 PM

We Were Soldiers (2002)

'We Were Soldiers' is, above all, an earnest film, working overtime not to be a standard U.S. war movie where the good (white) boys fight against diabolical 'others'.

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28 Feb 2002 // 2:00 PM

Trouble Every Day (2001)

PULL.

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40 Days and 40 Nights (2002)

'40 Days and 40 Nights' is a love story, yes, about a boy and his penis.

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27 Feb 2002 // 2:00 PM

	Various Artists: Freakbitchlickfly

The sacred cows of Warp, Aphex Twin and Autechre each released records in the past year that were mediocre and incredibly abstract, respectively. Not to

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25 Feb 2002 // 2:00 PM

S E T    L I S T Snowing on RatonAngel of LyonMan From God Knows WhereSitting BullWhere the Dream BeginsThe Next Thing SmokingDown

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25 Feb 2002 // 2:00 PM

	Rockfour: Another Beginning

Rockfour’s global debut Another Beginning doesn’t exactly break new ground, nor does it employ previously untapped musical resources to make its point. On

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25 Feb 2002 // 2:00 PM

	Kylie Minogue: Fever

For many US listeners, Kylie Minogue is probably nothing but a faded memory of teen pop from the ‘80s. Another person to have covered “The

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25 Feb 2002 // 2:00 PM

	Stanton Moore: Flyin’ the Koop

New Orleans native Stanton Moore has built his career as the founding drummer for popular party band Galactic. While the band is known for their

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	Lisa Loeb: Cake and Pie

Lisa Loeb was the only unsigned recording artist in history to score a number one single. Her song, “Stay” was written for the film Reality

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	Neil Finn and Friends: 7 Worlds Collide

Neil Finn has almost completely abandoned that jangly guitar-pop sound that was so integral to Crowded House's success.

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	Tinsley Ellis: Hell or High Water

On Hell or High Water, Tinsley Ellis does not trot out your usual blues warhorses. What he and his touring band do is provide a

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	Dressy Bessy: Sound Go Round

Okay, okay! I give, already! I submit to Dressy Bessy and its huge tiny shimmery grimy pop music. Uncle! Dressy Bessy is a Denver band

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25 Feb 2002 // 2:00 PM

	Cher: Living Proof

The working title for the follow-up album to Cher’s 1998 chart-blazing juggernaut, Believe, was Son of Believe, according to comments issued to the press by

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	Clinic: Walking With Thee

It certainly feels as if things are starting to shift, right? Britney Spears launches an (ahem) acting career, Ryan Adams making a (relative) splash at

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22 Feb 2002 // 2:00 PM

Putting the “and” Back In “Rock and Roll” If you’re not thinking about it like we critics constantly force ourselves to do, you might

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21 Feb 2002 // 2:00 PM

One thing you should know about Rufus Wainwright: he’s absolutely devastating live. He’s no stranger to studio technique, as his albums will attest,

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The Best and Worst Films of Spring 2015

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"January through April is a time typically made up of award season leftovers, pre-summer spectacle, and more than a few throwaways. Here are PopMatters' choices for the best and worst of the last four months.

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