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	Little Plastic Pilots: Little Plastic Pilots

Little Plastic Pilots treads the line between pleasant and boring just a little too closely.

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	Mike Ladd: Father Divine

Infesticon, Nostalgiagator, poet, MC and producer goes semi-conceptual and ends up between destinations. He's still smart and funky, but it's not really enough.

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	Richie Hawtin: DE9: Transitions

Hawtin has not only produced one of the most singularly fascinating albums of the year, but taken the very concept of a mixed CD into unprecedented territory.

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	Cuizinier: Pour le Filles: Street Tape Vol. 01

Nothing else this year integrates more types of music, both smoothly and not-so-smoothly, than Pour les Filles does.

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	Terry Bozzio & Metropole Orkest: Chamber Works

A solid yet challenging album from a drummer who's managed to pack a lot of experience into his years.

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13 Nov 2005 // 11:00 PM

	Ashton Allen: Dewdrops

Pleasant, lazy pop music with not enough specifics and too many tried and trues. Beware, or Ashton Allen will steal your girlfriend.

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11 Nov 2005 // 1:00 AM

Cream

I've previously written that Brian Wilson's SMiLE stop was undoubtedly the BEST concert of 2005. Oops...

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11 Nov 2005 // 1:00 AM

Cream

Which of the greatest bands from the '60s recently took the stage for a long-anticipated, live performance with all of its original members?

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‘Salem’s Lot: Illustrated Edition by Stephen King

Since Carrie was about telekinesis -- not the most classical of creature features -- 'Salem's Lot represents King's first stab a legitimate horror archetypes, and as he would go on to prove time and time again, no one can rework the classics better than he.

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Zathura: A Space Adventure (2005)

When Lisa thaws, she's granted a limited gamut of roles, from screaming victim to gushy girl to action-heroic savior.

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11 Nov 2005 // 1:00 AM

Pride & Prejudice (2005)

Everyone knows that Keira Knightley is lovely, vibrant, and gloriously young, that she can play feisty and dreamy with equally apparent ease.

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11 Nov 2005 // 1:00 AM

Derailed (2005)

While RZA and Xzibit deliver their own delights as performers, their characters' aggression and victimization are of a piece, and left to the white guy to sort out.

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11 Nov 2005 // 1:00 AM

Bee Season (2005)

Words are mystical, magical, and wholly material in Bee Season.

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10 Nov 2005 // 11:00 PM

Sunn O))): Black One

Doom greats Sunn O))) and their collaborator Oren Ambarchi provide us with two wildly disparate, yet similarly abstract examples of ambient/drone music.

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	Queen + Paul Rodgers: Return of the Champions [DVD]

It isn't quite Queen that we're witnessing; it's more like Queen's rambunctious younger brother.

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	The Del McCoury Band: The Company We Keep

Because there's nothing wrong with a divebombing mandolin run followed by a short sharp shock of fiddle, double-quick switchbacks and turnarounds at the last second, shifts in tempo that you don't see coming until it's just too late.

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	Maria Muldaur: Sweet Lovin’ Ol’ Soul

Maria Muldaur has put her camels to bed and taken your hand off her leg. She's always had the blues, and she's singing 'em better than ever.

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	Kammerflimmer Kollektief: Absencen

Absencen is free from the qualities that would allow its music to be summed up in one sentence, or a genre name.

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	Heathen Shame: Speed the Parting Guest

Horrifying, terrifying, revolting doesn't even begin to describe this pile of shit. Heathen Shame is really a shame.

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10 Nov 2005 // 11:00 PM

	Buddy Holly: Gold

It's probably impossible to overstate Buddy Holly's importance.

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Moving Pixels Podcast: Coming of Age When 'Life Is Strange'

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"Time travelling and selfies are the central conceits of Life Is Strange.

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