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Sunday, October 22 2000

Deltron 3030: self-titled

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Thursday, October 19 2000

Eminem: The Marshall Mathers LP

No one is saying that Eminem’s vile language or violent imagery typifies the white race or even the young urban white male. In part this is a function of his own acerbic self-censure, which allows him a comedic, almost Woody-Allen-style cut-and-run


Wednesday, October 18 2000

Manic Street Preachers: This is My Truth Tell Me Yours

Weathering the disappearance of original primary lyricist Richey Edwards, the band has not only thrived, but also grown in new directions.


Tuesday, October 17 2000

    Jean Caffeine: Idée Fixe

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Monday, October 16 2000

    Rick Wakeman: Recollections: The Best of Rick Wakeman (1973-79)

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    Ben Watt and Jay Hannan: Lazy Dog: Deep House Music

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Squirrel Nut Zippers: Bedlam Ballroom

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Superdrag: In the Valley of Dying Stars

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Sunday’s Best: Poised to Break

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    Profyle: Nothin’ But Drama

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    The Mountain Goats: The Coroner’s Gambit

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Libraness: Yesterday and Tomorrow’s Shells

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The Letter E: No. 5ive Long Player

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Jega: Geometry

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Margo Guryan: Take a Picture

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    Fixx: The Best of Fixx: The Millennium Collection

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Saturday, October 14 2000

    Reckless Kelly: The Day

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Wednesday, October 11 2000

Ashley Park: Town and Country

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Tuesday, October 10 2000

Bob Dylan: John Wesley Harding

Bob Dylan’s John Wesley Harding is an album of half-spoken secrets, hushed whispers, illegible writings, and missing pages.


Monday, October 9 2000

Various Artists: Heavy Flute

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