Articles tagged the mendoza line

Across the Great Divides One Last Time: An Interview with the Mendoza Line

Timothy Braces gives the story behind the band's literal break-up album.

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The Mendoza Line: 30 Year Low & Final Remarks of the Legendary Malcontent

The Mendoza Line's final album, couple with a disc of odds 'n' sods, is a solid note to end on, though not their highest.

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	The Mendoza Line: Full of Light and Full of Fire

The Mendoza Line have a knack for writing disturbing and lonely tales that also make a fine soundtrack to a night of carousing. With Full of Life and Full of Fire, they've created a modern American masterpiece.

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	The Mendoza Line: Fortune

Cyndi Lauper had it right (didn’t she always?) when she sang, “Money changes everything.” But the inverse is also true: everything changes money. The

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17 Jun 2004 // 12:00 AM

Greil Marcus, that de facto God of rock criticism, has spoken so well of the Mendoza Line that during a brief pre-show conversation at the

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	The Mendoza Line: Lost in Revelry

I should probably own up to something up front—The Mendoza Line have been a bit of a pet band for me for practically their

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	The Mendoza Line, I Like You When You’re Not Around

For a band named after a baseball slang term that describes the very essence of futility and mediocrity, The Mendoza Line sure doesn’t play

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'Fire Emblem Heroes' Is a Bad Crossover

// Moving Pixels

"Fire Emblem Heroes desperately and shamelessly wants to monetize our love for these characters, yet it has no idea why we came to love them in the first place.

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