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Saturday, October 14 2000

    Reckless Kelly: The Day


Wednesday, October 11 2000

Ashley Park: Town and Country


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


    Michael Wolff: Impure Thoughts


    Orgy: Vapor Transmission


    The Lull Account: self-titled


    Waylon and Waymore Blues Band: Never Say Die Live


Keith Jarrett: Whisper Not


Joe Jackson: Night and Day II


Catch 22: Alone in a Crowd


Kasey Chambers: The Captain

Kasey Chambers sounds Old Nashville. She hails from Australia, and is being touted as a potential major country music star.

    Afu-Ra: Body of the Life Force


Sunday, October 8 2000

90 Day Men: (It Is It) Critical Band


Big Ass Truck: Who Let You In Here?


Wednesday, October 4 2000

Deke Dickerson & The Ecco-fonics: Rhythm Rhyme and Truth


Tuesday, October 3 2000

Radiohead: Kid A

Kid A forces its patrons to submerge themselves into the wiles of noise, to work for melody and signifieds, to seek within and find something that wants, needs, and is able to understand.

Green Day: Warning

Real old school punks know that punk is about following your own path, and that’s just what Green Day are doing.

Blonde Redhead: Melodie Citronique

Although Melodie Citronique isn’t the best starting point for the Blonde Redhead virgin, the fact remains that it’s a far better return on your money than the glut of formulaic discs currently playing pied piper to the wallets of American consumers.

Monday, October 2 2000

Robbie Williams: Sing When You’re Winning


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