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Thursday, June 27 2002

Tom Waits: Alice / Blood Money

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Weezer: Maladroit

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The Vines: Highly Evolved

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Ultimate Fakebook: Open Up and Say Awesome

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Nelly: Nellyville

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Fermin Muguruza: Brigidistak Sound System

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Looper: The Snare

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King of Woolworths: Ming Star

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Cousteau: Sirena

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Trans Am

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Raphael Saadiq + Joi

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Bernadette Peters

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Beth Orton

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The Hives

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Gern Blandsten Records 10th Anniversary Party

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Dickey Betts & Great Southern

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Paper Moon by Joe David Brown

The book, published in 1971 (originally entitled 'Addie Pray') caught the interest of Hollywood and renowned director, Peter Bogdanovich, who made Brown's story into an overwhelmingly successful film, starring Ryan O'Neal and his daughter, Tatum, and called it 'Paper Moon'. The rest, as they say, is history.


Faunal by Peter Reading

His misanthropy is always legitimised by a political motivation (in the case of this book, a kind of anarchic eco-awareness), so it never quite veers into the ranting to which it nevertheless approximates.


Destroy: Sex Pistols 1977 byDennis Morris

The Sex Pistols staged a reunion in 1996 that met with mixed reviews and are scheduled to reform this summer. Both comebacks have prompted the question 'How can you do a Sex Pistols show without Sid Vicious'"


Can’t Be Satisfied. The Life and Times of Muddy Waters by Robert Gordon

Gordon brings to his subject a fan's admiration for the music without abandoning a historian's dedication to detail. His language is rich and evocative, particularly when he conjures up the sound of one of Muddy's most famous works.


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