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Monday, October 7 2002

Johnny Paycheck: The Soul & The Edge: The Best of Johnny Paycheck

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Penny Dreadful: Sanctuary

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Jerzee Monét: Love & War

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The Loveless: A Tale of Gin and Salvation

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The Gourds: Cow Fish Fowl or Pig

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What I Like About You

Perhaps What I Like About You will be a little cultural barometer, mirroring X and Y tastes and giving both generations one more home in primetime.


John Doe

In John Doe, suspense takes a backseat to certainty.


Hidden Hills

Even more problematic is the moment when it's time for the episode's moral message, delivered with the subtlety of a bumper sticker.


American Dreams

American Dreams recognizes an important point: rock and roll was deeply dependent on television in its early days. And that hasn't really changed.


Thursday, October 3 2002

Various Artists: Bhangra Beatz: A Naxos World Collection

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Squarepusher: Do You Know Squarepusher?

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Andy Stochansky: Five Star Motel

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OK GO: self-titled

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Dizzy Gillespie: Odyssey: 1945-1952

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Steve Earle: Jerusalem

Steve Earle has always been a guy who is never afraid to shoot his mouth off, and with 'Jerusalem', his timing is perfect, as his own razor-sharp words slice through the shallow slop of almost all 9-11-inspired music that has come out to date.


Natalie Cole: Ask a Woman Who Knows

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C.O.C.O.: The C.O.C.O. Sound

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The Byrds: The Byrds Play Dylan

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Vanya on 42nd Street (1994)

Elastic yet precise, Malle's film has the vitality and vividness of a Renoir -- it breathes.


Son of the Bride (Hijo de la Novia) (2001)

It affirms the institution of marriage -- and of a loving marriage.


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