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Wednesday, July 17 2002

Various Artists: The Stiff Generation

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Paul Westerberg: Stereo / Mono

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Starlet: When Sun Falls on My Feet

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Penniless: Anola

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Marah: Float Away with the Friday Night Gods

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The Mooney Suzuki: Electric Sweat

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Ray Kane: Wa’ahila

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Tuesday, July 16 2002

Various Artists: Carte Blanche 3

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The Sex Pistols: self-titled

As the Pistols geared up for the release of 'God Save the Queen', scores of youths, scattered around Europe and elsewhere, sensed the imminent revolution: They dismissed David Bowie and Gary Glitter as bourgeois, listened to 'Anarchy in the UK', and as the last act of defiance, wore safety pins on their school uniforms.


Jeb Loy Nichols: Easy Now

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I Am the World Trade Center: The Tight Connection

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Doleful Lions: Out Like a Lamb

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Dolly Varden: Forgiven Now

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Mark Douthit: Groove

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Appendix Out: A Warm and Yeasty Corner

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Monday, July 15 2002

Various Artists: The Amos House Collection, Volume II

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Fairgrove: Good Luck

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Fiver: Here It Comes

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Chicago Underground Duo: Axis and Alignment

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Coldcut: 70 Minutes of Madness

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