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Saturday, December 31 1994

Ghostface Killah: Supreme Cliente

Put down those early ‘90s Miami bass 12"s you’ve been eyeing in the cut-out bin, and buy the present and future of hip-hop.


Paul Gilbert: Alligator Farm

Paul Gilbert’s latest offering, Alligator Farm could have easily been titled, The Many Faces of Paul Gilbert because of the varied styles he chooses


Go Fast: Great American Get Down

It’s hard to understand where Go Fast is coming from with their music. The cover of Great American Get Down has the cartoon band


Garageland: Do What You Want

New Zealanders Garageland recorded Do What You Want, their second album, in fellow countryman Neil Finn’s home studio. It’s a choice that makes


Gas Giants: From Beyond the Back Burner

Admit it: you’ve been waiting for the Gin Blossoms to get back together for more than two years now. You just can’t live


The Generators: Tyranny

TKO Records proudly pronounces The Generators as “Los Angeles’ own Street Punk heroes . . .” With the mild mainstream success of bands like Rancid and The Dropkick


Gameface: Always On

AC/DC was the greatest band. They wrote like five songs, a bunch of different times and made like the same record a bunch of


Guns N’ Roses: Live Era ‘87 - ‘93

At this point most rock fans know whether they like Guns N’ Roses or not. For many it’s been a war of attrition. It


Gang-Starr: Full Clip: A Decade of Gang-Starr

Critics have long second-guessed the rap game, proclaiming, “I never knew it’d last this long!” True, fads come and go, there will always be


Amanda Ghost: Ghost Stories

Like a musical apparition, London’s Amanda Ghost flits from one stylistic plane of existence to another over the course of her debut. From the


GrndNtl Brnds: Communicating for Influence

It is very difficult to figure out what, exactly, to call GrndNtl Brnds’ music except, perhaps, confusing. Or confused. They do not appear to be


Godspeed You Black Emperor: Lift Yr Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven

There comes a point in any band’s career where a signature sound risks becoming predictable cliche. Let’s take Godspeed You Black Emperor for


The Gentle Waves, The Green Fields of Foreverland…

Isobel Campbell earns her keep playing cello and singing in Belle & Sebastian, but like Stuart David (Looper) she’s got ambitions beyond the confines


Gluecifer: Get the Horn

Forged in the flames of Norse rock ‘n’ roll mythos, Gluecifer emerge victors in the never-ending battle of good versus bad music. Despite their less-than-spectacular


gob: The World According to . . . gob

Before I say anything else, there is one thing we need to get straight here: I am, how shall we say it, somewhat opinionated. “Strong-minded”


Gay Dad, Leisure Noise

Ahh. . .the kooky British and their orgasmic hype. Will they ever stop? Let’s hope not, at least for the sake of interest and variety


Grand Theft Audio: Blame Everyone

Talking about the recording of Blame Everyone, Grand Theft Audio vocalist Jay Butler says: “We didn’t want to make an album that makes people


Grand Tourism: self-titled

Just when the electronic music scene begins to seem over-saturated with French acts that seem to do little more than ride the coattails of Air,


Andy Gibb: The Best of Andy Gibb

There was a time in the late 1970s, when the Bee Gees (i.e. Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb) had the Midas touch. Everything turned


Stephane Grappelli, Live

Perhaps the greatest jazz violinist ever, Stephane Grappelli got his start in 1920s Paris, playing in movie theaters and in dance bands. With Django Reinhardt,


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