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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Counterbalance: The Avalanches' 'Since I Left You'

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"Get a drink, have a good time now. Welcome to paradise, and read all about the 305th most acclaimed album of all time. An Australian plunderphonics pioneer is this week’s Counterbalance.

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