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Mojoe: Classic.Ghetto.Soul

This San Antonio, Texas, duo's got the right vibe. Now they need stronger lyrics and patient fans.

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Messer für Frau Müller: Triangle, Dot & Devil

Russian neo-lounge act's camp and kitsch belies its complex sampling and arrangements.

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The Husbands: Theres Nothing Id Like More Than To See You Dead

YOU try telling these primal r'n'r gals that women can't be Husbands.

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Silent Civilian: Rebirth of the Temple

Spineshank is to Fear Factory as Silent Civilian is to...

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12 Sep 2006 // 1:24 AM

nip/tuck

Through the various clients' histories and desires, nip/tuck inquires into current arrangements of social power.

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12 Sep 2006 // 1:00 AM

Mint: Magnetism

Belgian group's second album is full of college radio-friendly charming pop.

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12 Sep 2006 // 12:50 AM

Standoff

The first episode included a good deal of Where Is This Relationship Going, a little of Isn't My Floppy Fringe Just Fantastic, and a couple of hostage situations.

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Casiotone for the Painfully Alone + Clue to Kalo

After living through the great '90s electronica boom, hearing the Casiotone is like coming home after a long time away.

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Eric Matthews: Foundation Sounds

If you get off on the link between Aaron Copland and Eric Matthews, then more power to ya! But I'd rather build my house on good old solid rock (& roll), instead of Eric Matthews' Foundation Sounds.

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Yo La Tengo: I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass

Reviewing this album is like trying to describe a cool and sunny Sunday afternoon -- no liberal expenditure of adjectives and verbs can recreate the experience of just sitting and taking it all in while relaxing.

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Remember Me by Lisa Takeuchi Cullen

With caskets being sold at Costco and FuneralDepot.com, with cremation becoming all the rage, and with the Internet offering custom funerals, does anyone actually still get buried in the old-fashioned way?

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Beavis & Butt-head - The Mike Judge Collection, Vol. 3: The Mike Judge Collection, Vol. 3

If interest in these home-video incarnations of Beavis & Butthead sparks interest in a movie sequel, chalk it up to another one of Judge's low-key negotiations gone good.

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Flying Nun: The Complete Second Season

Mary Poppins had nothing over Sister Bertrille.

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The Rapture: Pieces Of The People We Love

Record of the year candidate from one of dance-punk's enduring bright spots.

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Sam Moore: Overnight Sensational

Sentimentality is weighed down by dubious conceptualization on Overnight Sensational.

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Various Artists: Defected in the House: Eivissa 06

Both a time capsule of the current club scene on the island of Ibiza, and a historically-minded examination of past sounds.

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11 Sep 2006 // 11:00 PM

New Buffalo: New Buffalo EP

As with so many stopgap EPs, it's an eclectic, so-so afair of questionable re-release value.

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The Big Eyes Family Players: Do The Musiking

Chamber music for the iPod generation.

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Bobby Previte: Coalition of the Willing

A "nonjazz" record of assertive instrumental rock from a great downtown drummer -- both political and funky in its intentions, it arrives with purpose.

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11 Sep 2006 // 7:00 AM

Nat Baldwin: Enter the Winter

Freeform musician continues to surprise in ability to be accessible and push boundaries.

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