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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Atari Teenage Riot: 60 Second Wipeout

As far as modern music goes, Berlin’s Atari Teenage Riot are pretty unique—the only people that even resemble them are largely imitators and

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Cindy Alexander: See Red

Let’s get straight to the point. Cindy Alexander looks great, sounds even better and has a debut album packed full of well-written, potential pop-rock

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	The Album Leaf: An Orchestrated Rise to Fall

The Album Leaf is a translation from the German word “Albumblatt,” a term used occasionally to title classical pieces of the Romantic era. The Album

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Being a devoted Guided By Voices fan and follower, I was excited to receive the latest disc from New York'sAnthemic Pop Wonder.

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Atombombpocketknife: Alpha Sounds

Boasting one of the best covers I’ve seen in a long time, a U.S. Airforce photo of a helicopter hovering over freshly decimated

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Arling & Cameron: Music for Imaginary Films

I wonder if Air knew how influential Moon Safari would go on to be when they released it back in 1998. Their cut and collage aesthetic-mixing

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	Natacha Atlas: The Remix Collection

Natacha Atlas’s first solo release was called Diaspora (1995), a title that perfectly encapsulates the spirit and sound of her music. Through Halim (1997), Gedida (1999) and

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	American Hi-Fi: self-titled

We can only hope that artists like Stacy Jones and his group, American Hi-Fi, are the future of rock ‘n’ roll. Jones, who paid his

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	The Atari Star: Shrp Knf Cts Mtns

When Erin Hucke reviewed The Atari Star’s debut EP, Moving in the Still Frame) for PopMatters about a year ago, the focus was on

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	Alice in Chains: Greatest Hits

The last batch of new Alice in Chains music was their 1995 self-titled release. Since then, it’s been a case of either contractual obligation or

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

While scouring the Internet for a little information on the unknown, unsigned New York City band, Alice Texas, the only info I could dig up

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Alto Heceta / Speed of Sauce: self-titled

Two bands, one EP. Can you tell Alto Heceta from Speed of Sauce without the aid of the back of the CD? More importantly, do

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Atombombpocketknife

This five-songer first made an appearance one day as I was making a tuna sandwich. All throughout lunch's preparation the sounds of swirling feedback and rumbling basslines emanated...

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Anastácia: Lumerê Lumerá

The music on Lumerê Lumerá is an interesting blend of Berlin and Brazil. Sound strange? It can be. However, Anastácia, the Brazilian singer whose

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	The Atari Star: Moving in the Still Frame

OK everybody, let’s play a little game here. Here we have a band called The Atari Star. I was initially attracted to their first

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Alkaline Trio: Maybe I’ll Catch Fire

They’ve done it again. It’s been almost two years since their last full-length album Goddamnit, but this Chicago trio has put together another 10

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Attrition: The Hand That Feeds: The Remixes

Attrition, in the person of Martin Bowes and a series of unnamed collaborators, has been exploring the dark side of ambient electronica for nearly 20 years.

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Annihilator: Carnival Diablos

Now, before anyone gets too excited, make sure your feet are firmly in place… ANNIHILATOR HAVE COME OUT WITH A NEW RECORD! Ladies… er… there

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	A*Teens: The ABBA Generation

Yes, I like ABBA. I really do. Last year, I bought my girlfriend the Thank You for the Music boxed set for her birthday, just

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	Jamie Anderson: Blue Music

Bristol has in recent years made quite a name for itself musically, but not as far, as I am aware, in the house/techno area.

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