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    Local Rotation - Liquid i Waves of Rain

    Liquid i Waves of Rain Emulsion Records The band formerly known as Liquid, Liquid i, changed its handle in time for its second release, Waves of Rain. Unfortunately, however, its mainstream rock/ pop sound remains the same. Most of Rain is...

    by Seth Landau on February 17, 2000
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    Amplified - Rick's World!

    Swaying back and forth in front of the Cardi's 2000 stage is an unidentified white male, wearing a T-shirt with Mercyful Fate inscribed on the back and punching his fist -- neatly wrapped around the neck of a beer bottle -- into the air. He "st...

    by Anthony Mariani on February 17, 2000
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    Playbill - Brian McKnight, Neural Nectar

    Has anyone called Brian McKnight yet for ripping off the 1993 Jeff Bridges movie Fearless in his "Back at One" video? Oh, you remember that flick. It's the one in which Bridges comes out of the cornfields from a plane crash (just like McKnight does i...

    by Les Mixer on February 17, 2000
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    Glamour of Glaw - The leader of the Vulgarians makes a fashion statement

    Over the phone Michelle Glaw sings, in a gloomy minor key, the first verse of her band's newly penned theme song: "I'm a Vulga, you're a Vulga, we're the Vulgarians....And if you mess with one of us, we'll mess you up and drink your pus." She giggles...

    by Liz Belile on February 10, 2000
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    Blues Brothers - When not exploding with Jon Spencer, Judah Bauer testifies with kin as 20 Miles

    There are only two guys in 20 Miles, but they always manage to create a mini-ruckus. Brothers Donovan and Judah Bauer (the latter of the incomparable Jon Spencer Blues Explosion) dole out simple skronk that, while loud, is also tuneful. Even though t...

    by David Simutis on February 10, 2000
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    Old School - MU330 makes ska as it was intended

    It's not uncommon for musicians to find inspiration from a single artistic work: The Rolling Stones chose their name from a Muddy Waters tune. Jim Morrison called his band the Doors after Aldous Huxley's The Doors of Perception, and Dan Potthast, sin...

    by Bob Ruggiero on February 10, 2000
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    Rotation - Mudhoney March to Fuzz

    Mudhoney March to Fuzz Sub Pop "Grandpa, do you remember Lollapalooza?" "Lollapa -- ... That's a name I haven't heard in years. Let's see, you probably know that your grandmother and I met at Lollapalooza 7 at the piercing booth, right?" "...

    by David Simutis on February 10, 2000
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    Local Rotation - "Mean" Gene Kelton Most Requested

    "Mean" Gene Kelton Most Requested Avatar Records You've heard of shock rock, shock art and shock radio, right? But shock blues? Try to imagine a Southern Howard Stern, wringing solos from a Telecaster over a deep groove, growling, "My baby d...

    by Roger Wood on February 10, 2000
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    Amplified - Maddness

    All's fair in radio and rap. Another national hit by a local rapper is on its way at The Box. "Down South," by Mista Madd, is the song. Featuring Mista Madd, Yungstar and Slim Thug from Swishahouse, the tune has a hook big enough to reel in a great...

    by Anthony Mariani on February 10, 2000
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    Playbill - Foxy Lady: Terri Hendrix. Also, The Brothers Creggan

    On name alone, it would be easy for a connoisseur to dislike Terri Hendrix. The bombastic moniker sounds a little plagiaristic, a little bit too much like Jimi You-know-who. But fact is, this female Hendrix is an ordinary San Antonio native with a gu...

    by Justin Wolske on February 10, 2000
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    Ka-Blam! - If the X-Men were a metal band: Powerman 5000

    Tonight the Stars Revolt!, Powerman 5000's latest record and second major-label release, comes in some crazy packaging. The title and cover art call to mind 1940s pulp sci-fi: Everywhere are robot men, rocket ships and mechanized destruction. These...

    by Les Mixer on February 3, 2000
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    Meaningful Pop - Hide the men and children. Gay Dad is in town.

    About three years ago nearly every major label was chasing Gay Dad in London. Funny thing was, the band had yet to make any full-length recordings or even to be heard by anybody who mattered. The first thing the band ever did was disastrous, a 1994...

    by Tim Murrah on February 3, 2000
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    Rotation - Fu Manchu King of the Road

    Fu Manchu King of the Road Mammoth Fu Manchu makes low-end, primordial metal, which is growing in popularity (though it's not going to be the new grunge or ska or swing or polka), if not originality. But the fact that some stuff on Fu Man's fif...

    by David Simutis on February 3, 2000
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    Local Rotation - Drunken Thunder Cheap Acceptable Kill

    Drunken Thunder Cheap Acceptable Kill Honest Abe's Custom Records Homegrown garage power rock is Drunken Thunder's stock-in-trade. Problem is, it's also pretty damn good. As a matter of fact, Drunken Thunder's particular brand of twisted, sl...

    by Les Mixer on February 3, 2000
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    Amplified - Saks Fifth Dimension

    Having a logo is as important to pop bands these days as it was to fashion houses some 40 years ago. Since brand advertising is more ubiquitous than ever (see Times Square, an NHL rink, publicity rags masquerading as general-interest magazines), an...

    by Anthony Mariani on February 3, 2000
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    Playbill - Experimental Folk: Shawn Phillips, Tom Jones

    Bill Graham once called him the best-kept secret in the business. This hidden gem also gave a skinny young singer named Joni Mitchell guitar lessons, co-wrote songs with Donovan, sang with the Beatles on Sgt. Pepper and has released 17 albums over a ...

    by Bob Ruggiero on February 3, 2000
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    Party On - Bad breaks haven't slowed Vallejo's funky ascent

    It's July 1998, and A.J. Vallejo is strolling through the parking lot of Austin's Tinseltown movie megaplex on a mission to see Armageddon, the syrupy sci-fi movie about a massive meteorite on a doomsday path toward earth. In an instant, the front ma...

    by Greg Barr on January 27, 2000
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    Raw Power - Stooges add to punk lore with the release of a seven-CD box

    This has got to be one of the strangest boxed sets, even though it stars the Stooges, one of rock's most celebrated (at least these days) bands. 1970: The Complete Fun House Sessions is a seven-CD collection, clocking in at just under eight hours, ...

    by S.L. Duff on January 27, 2000
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    Rotation - Fu Manchu

    Fu Manchu King of the Road Mammoth Fu Manchu makes low-end, primordial metal, which is growing in popularity (though it's not going to be the new grunge or ska or swing or polka), if not originality. But the fact that some stuff on Fu Man's...

    by David Simutis on January 27, 2000
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    Local Rotation - Drunken Thunder

    Drunken Thunder Cheap Acceptable Kill Honest Abe's Custom Records Homegrown garage power rock is Drunken Thunder's stock-in-trade. Problem is, it's also pretty damn good. As a matter of fact, Drunken Thunder's particular brand of twisted, ...

    by Les Mixer on January 27, 2000
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