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	Some Girls: Heaven’s Pregnant Teens

Icily dull hardcore screamo metal that has been Pro-Tooled within an inch of it's life. Daring and scary and brutalizing and eardrum bleeding? In its dreams.

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	The Sons of Emperor Norton: The Putrid Minds Anthology: Battle Hymns for the Blue States

In which politics and humor prove to be self-negating.

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	Killing Joke: XXV Gathering: The Band That Preys Together… Stays Together [DVD]

This is music to dance to, music to move. This is music to march to, to dance... the war dance!"

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	45 Grave: Only the Good Die Young

This group continues to prove that death is never the end.

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	Crosby, Stills & Nash: Crosby, Stills & Nash / Daylight Again

Two fine reissues from the seminal trio of Crosby, Stills, and Nash, not the seminal trio of Crosby, Etheridge, and Cypher. Sorry, had to.

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17 Jan 2006 // 12:00 AM

Writer Dan Slott captures the pathos that makes the character of the Thing so interesting.

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17 Jan 2006 // 12:00 AM

Asylum (2005)

Surrounded by this sort of oppressive hushing, Stella's largely nonverbal relationship with Edgar resembles a form of attention.

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The Coffin Lids: ‘Round Midnight

The garage rocking Coffin Lids finally show their serious side, but don't worry, they are mainly serious about having fun.

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Sarah McLachlan: Bloom Remix Album

The producers of the remixes on Bloom do everything they can to make the songs their own, but the centerpiece remains McLachlan's beautiful voice.

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The Supahip: Seize the World

Two songwriters overcome self-imposed limitations to deliver a solid pop collection.

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Talking Heads: 77 / More Songs About Buildings and Food / Fear of Music / Remain in Light [DualDisc

Following last year's career-spanning Brick box set, the first four studio albums from the seminal art-pop band are reissued as individual DualDiscs.

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Amadou and Mariam, Dimanche À Bamako

Their collaboration with Manu Chao brings the good parts of all three musicians together in wonderful ways.

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16 Jan 2006 // 11:00 PM

Go Betty Go: Nothing Is More

These ladies possess The Rock in equal or greater proportion to their rockingest male counterparts, and the fact that they're not already superstars is baffling.

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16 Jan 2006 // 11:00 PM

Dogs: Turn Against This Land

They seem like one of those groups that kicked around the London scene aimlessly until some Diet Coke-slugging A&R rep was ordered to find 'some bands that sound like those Frank Ferdinands'.

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	Talking Heads: Talking Heads: 77 / More Songs About Buildings and Food / Fear of Music / Remain in

Following last year's career-spanning Brick box set, the first four studio albums from the seminal art-pop band are reissued as individual DualDiscs.

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16 Jan 2006 // 12:00 AM

Westerns: tricky subject matter these days in both the film and comic medium.

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16 Jan 2006 // 12:00 AM

Buddy Guy

has a mind of winter. He freezes you. Then, he cuts you up.

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16 Jan 2006 // 12:00 AM

The Bachelor: Paris

For dark comedy, the show relies on its 25 wannabe Mrs. Bachelors, who must preen, banter, and scheme to keep their dream alive past opening night.

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16 Jan 2006 // 12:00 AM

Hustle & Flow (2005)

Craig Brewer considers his protagonist something new, that is, the same kind of cat he's seen repeatedly in his hometown of Memphis, but not seen in movies.

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15 Jan 2006 // 11:00 PM

Horrorpops: Bring it On!

For a band with as much attitude as Horrorpops convey, their sound is surprisingly poppy, an attribute that only works to their benefit.

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