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	Himuro: Mild Fantasy Violence

For now, may the androids alone dream of electric sheep.

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	Miles Davis: The Cellar Door Sessions 1970

Another sumptuous box set from the Columbia Miles Davis archives features the Live Evil Cellar Door band -- turning the corner from jazz to stellar jam-funk of the highest order.

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	Dropsonic: Insects with Angel Wings

Like The Cult a generation before, Dropsonic has picked up the heavy metal-cum-post-punk mantle and run with it. But for being what could amount to the heir to an heir, Dropsonic is successful.

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22 Sep 2005 // 12:00 AM

'Good morning, America, how are you?' Gee Willie, since you wanted to know: we're not doing so hot at all. But thanks, it was seriously nice of you to ask...

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22 Sep 2005 // 12:00 AM

Survivor: Guatemala

Survivor remains an addictive, morbidly entertaining affair.

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22 Sep 2005 // 12:00 AM

SCTV: Volume 4

Whether taking on film, music, television or book, these cunning Canadians exposed the foibles of mass media while entertaining and enlightening.

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22 Sep 2005 // 12:00 AM

Love, Inc.

Like Sex and the City, Love, Inc. features a quartet of single women in the Big Apple, each with her own issue.

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22 Sep 2005 // 12:00 AM

Everybody Hates Chris

The brilliantly constructed and deceptively complex pilot succeeds by not trying to force an awkward story over the exposition required of a premiere episode.

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22 Sep 2005 // 12:00 AM

The Apprentice

More than any other episode, The Apprentice premiere is so consumed with scene setting and its money-shot boardroom footage that there is precious little focus on the challenge itself.

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22 Sep 2005 // 12:00 AM

At Last the 1948 Show

Despite a deft mixture of traditional polish and youthful verve, At Last the 1948 Show doesn't quite cross the line from good to great.

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How Mumbo Jumbo Conquered the World:  A Short History of Modern Delusions by Francis Wheen

How Mumbo Jumbo Conquered the World is no mere catalog of silliness and superstition for the amusement of the learned bourgeoisie -- rather it is a powerful jeremiad against the very foundations of modern society.

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	Super Furry Animals: Love Kraft

Depending on how you choose to perceive it, the band's orchestral seventh album is either one of its greatest achievements or one of its most pedestrian.

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	Prefuse 73: Reads the Books EP

It reads like a tale of two warriors who couldn't quite win the big battle, and are furiously polishing their tarnished armor to do battle again.

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	Head of Femur: Hysterical Stars

Head of Femur transforms from a power trio to an orchestra at the drop of a hat, making their music both sexier and more heartbreaking.

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21 Sep 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Alex Gold: Backfromabreak

The record swerves in and out of electronic music history, reflecting a wide variety of the most popular sounds of the last decade while retaining a distinctly appealing and atmospheric production style.

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	Decomposure: At Home and Unaffected

Take piano pop. Stuff it in a blender. Push purée. Record to compact disc. Enjoy.

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	David Allan Coe: Penitentiary Blues

Early work written behind bars shows it was only a matter of time, lest he do more time, that David Allan Coe would make his mark.

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	Bring Back the Buffalo: Bring Back the Buffalo

A tale of two techno geniuses: One finds his voice; they both go Postal Service.

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21 Sep 2005 // 12:00 AM

Threshold

Threshold doesn't want to give too much away (typical of the genre), making the central crisis hard to fathom.

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"Fire Emblem Heroes desperately and shamelessly wants to monetize our love for these characters, yet it has no idea why we came to love them in the first place.

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