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Monday, April 7 2003

Damone: From the Attic

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The Blam: self-titled

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Arnaldo Antunes/Carlinhos Brown/Marisa Monte: Tribalistas

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Inside Islam

Points out that the Qur'an refers to Christians as 'fellow people of the book.'


Paid in Full (2002)

It's not a standard issue dealer movie, featuring strong performances, a shrewd narrative structure, and subtle, smart resistance to stereotypes.


Pépé Le Moko (1937)

Jean Gabin compels our attention as much through stillness as through visible exertion.


Assault on Precinct 13 (1976)

Carpenter refuses to reduce the violence to a sideshow of blood squibs or special effects pyrotechnics.


Thursday, April 3 2003

Various Artists: Global Hits 2003

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Various Artists: Love, Peace & Poetry Vol. 6: Brazilian Psychedelic Music

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Various Artists: Making Singles Drinking Doubles

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The White Stripes: Elephant

Just one listen to Elephant, the fourth and latest offering from Jack and Meg White, is proof enough that the Stripes have come to take us to rock nirvana.


Trenchmouth: More Motion: A Collection

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The Postal Service: Give Up

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Meanflower: . . . a distant episode

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Monopot: Optipess

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Joan of Arc: So Much Staying Alive & Lovelessness

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Earlimart: The Avenues E.P.

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Blood Group: Volunteers

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Phone Booth (2002)

A function of increasing anxieties about security, surveillance technology, and loss of privacy, this sniper is symptomatic.


A Man Apart (2002)

It's sad that the wife is dead, of course. More painful is the death scene per se, as Vin Diesel has to play something approximating tragedy.


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