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Sunday, January 19 2003

Chip Taylor & Carrie Rodriguez: Let’s Leave This Town

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3 Doors Down: Away From the Sun

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Starclock: self-titled

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Siouxsie and the Banshees: The Best of Siouxsie and the Banshees

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Emitt Rhodes: self-titled

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Joe Pernice: Big Tobacco

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Lord Sterling: Weapon of Truth

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David Bowie: Best of Bowie

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Friday, January 17 2003

Sous Les Toits de Paris (1930)

René Clair combined music and sound effects in addition to minimal dialogue, with a moving camera in order to involve the eye as well as the ear.


Street of No Return (1989)

Fuller never gave a bad interview, remaining throughout his career grandiose, garrulous, and gung-ho about moviemaking.


Invaders From Mars (1953)

We don't know what's out there, but we're pretty sure it isn't up to any good.


Thursday, January 16 2003

Various Artists: Freedom: Songs from the Heart of America

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Tinariwen: The Radio Tisdas Sessions

This debut album by Tinariwen, also known as the Tuareg Rebel Blues Band, can seem the antithesis of Western pop music, even that generated by the engines currently driving the world music markets.


Sixpence None the Richer: Divine Discontent

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The Silos: Cuba

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System of a Down: Steal This Album!

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King Kooba: Indian Summer

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Joan of Arse: Distant Hearts, A Little Closer

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Dave Holland Big Band: What Goes Around

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Roddy Frame: Surf

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