Queen Said It Best: We Are the Champions

Queen Said It Best: We Are the Champions

By James Orbesen

The Invaders considers the tenuous position of the planet's top dogs. 27 Jul 2015 // 7:00 AM

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//Recent Reviews
House of Flying Daggers (Shi mian mai fu) (2004)

While the men's trajectories seem well delineated, Mei's fate and meaning are both more opaque.

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3 Dec 2004 // 1:00 AM

Closer (2004)

This leads to titillation, judgment, desire, and commerce all around. How Howard Stern.

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	Various Artists: The Rough Guide to Tango Nuevo

Tango nuevo got its start (as much as genres or styles get starts) in Argentina in the 1950s. Astor Piazzolla worked at this time to

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2 Dec 2004 // 11:00 PM

	Wolf Eyes: Burned Mind

On this latest effort, the Michigan-based trio reaches to paint a dense, tortured picture of the world with the urgency of a caged animal. Not an entirely out of place sentiment in today's times.

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2 Dec 2004 // 11:00 PM

	White Boy: No Gray Area

The first time I got called “white boy” I was 13. A kid asked me for a dollar; when I told him I didn’t have

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	UNKLE: Never, Never, Land

While fashion has moved away from electronic music of late, and as it slips back underground and re-groups amidst a cacophony of scarcely original post-punk revivalists, its encouraging to find work such as this that continues to excite and develop.

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	Steve Turner: And His Bad Ideas

In the early ‘90s, when certain—and at times vastly dissimilar—rock bands from the Northwest were lumped in together under the same marketing banner,

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	Skating Club: The Unfound Sound

The Skating Club is former Difference Engine member Aubrey Anderson. With his shoe-gazing days behind him, as they are with most bands, Anderson still needed

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	Nirvana: With the Lights Out

As amazingly important as Nirvana were, they became popular the same way anyone else ever has: they happened to be saying the right thing at just the right time. If their timing had been off by just the merest fraction, they could have easily fallen into line with the Pixies, the Replacements and Pavement as yet another greatly esteemed but commercially overlooked indie band.

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	Death Angel: The Art of Dying

Death Angel should have been huge. Along with Testament, the San Francisco band emerged from the thriving Bay Area thrash metal scene in the late ‘8

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//Mixed media
//Blogs

'Five Came Back' Is an Unusual and Seminal Suspenser

// Short Ends and Leader

"This film feels like a template for subsequent multi-character airplane-disaster and crash projects, all the way down to Lost.

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