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    Last Night: Interpol at Verizon Wireless Theater

    Verizon Wireless Theater September 25, 2007 Better than: Sex. Or so I've heard. Download: Something from 2004's Antics, as it seemed to be the least-represented of Interpol's three albums Tuesday. It's probably going to take another year before I...

    @ Rocks Off by Houston Press on September 26, 2007 @ 1:53 pm
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    The Houston 100: From Charles Brown to Sippie Wallace

    The Houston 100 continues. Follow the links for numbers 81-90 and 91-100. 80. "Please Come Home for Christmas," Charles Brown, 1960. A minor hit for Texas City's Brown, the song has endured for decades to become the second of his Yule...

    @ Rocks Off by Houston Press on September 26, 2007 @ 1:19 pm
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    The Houston 100: From Harry Choates to Johnny Preston

    The Houston 100 continues. Click here for numbers 91 to 100. 90. "Jole Blon," Harry Choates, 1946. The unofficial Cajun national anthem was first recorded in Houston, by Choates, a Port Arthur-raised hellraiser who would die in a fit of...

    @ Rocks Off by Houston Press on September 26, 2007 @ 9:07 am
  • Fucking Transmissions, Begin Transmission - CD Review

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    Fucking Transmissions, Begin Transmission - CD Review

    All too often, rap-rock assumes the worst of both genres. Songs like "Fight for Your Right" and bands like Limp Bizkit blended rap's lack of melody with punk and metal's leaden beats, resulting in sludge. Happily, Tha Fucking Transmissions sound any...

    by John Nova Lomax on November 8, 2007
  • The Light Brigade - Linus Pauling Quartet: Crunchy on the outside, cheesy in the middle

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    The Light Brigade - Linus Pauling Quartet: Crunchy on the outside, cheesy in the middle

    "I think we write what we do because we grew up near NASA, playing D&D, reading Tolkien and smoking a lot of fucking dope!" So says Linus Pauling Quartet guitarist Ramon Medina, explaining the longtime Houston group's proclivity for penning songs ...

    by Nicholas L. Hall on November 8, 2007
  • Free for All - A brief history of musicians giving it away

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    Free for All - A brief history of musicians giving it away

    1906, Brant Rock, Massachusetts: Sailors off the coast of the Atlantic hear an eerie, otherworldly sound emanating from a box given to them by inventor Reginald Fessenden. On shore, Fessenden stands in front of a microphone attached to a synchronous...

    by Randall Roberts on November 8, 2007
  • Polysics

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    Polysics

    Polysics are Japan's Devo. The foursome stands proudly clad in orange jumpsuits and spacey spectacles on the cover of their latest album, Polysics or Die!!! Vista (a re-release from 2005 with some added tracks), further welcoming the comparison. The...

    by Dusti Rhodes on November 8, 2007
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    Invincible Czars

    Mussorgsky or Mr. Bungle? The Nutcracker or The Number of the Beast? Austin's Invincible Czars can provide whatever your band-geek heart desires. The group combines folk, classical, klezmer, rock, prog, metal and punk into a bizarre style that is le...

    by Daniel Mee on November 8, 2007
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    Darrell Scott

    No less an icon than Guy Clark once scolded a Rockefeller's audience for being rude to his opening act, who also happened to be his guitarist at the time. "You were complete assholes to Darrell," Clark said. "You'll live to regret that." Now Darrell...

    by William Michael Smith on November 8, 2007
  • Zappa Plays Zappa

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    Zappa Plays Zappa

    Dweezil Zappa can't stop talking about his late father. "Frank's music just needs to be heard," he says. Alongside brother Ahmet and several of Frank's former sidemen, Dweezil now re-creates his dad's music on the Zappa Plays Zappa tour, featuring m...

    by Darryl Smyers on November 8, 2007
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    Down

    More than a decade after the band's appropriately titled debut, NOLA, Down emerges from the wreckage of Hurricane Katrina to reestablish itself as the voice of New Orleans metal on its self-released third album, Over the Under. Leader Philip Anselmo...

    by Austin Powell on November 8, 2007
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    The Evens

    With his much-missed Fugazi on indefinite hiatus, perpetually outspoken frontman Ian MacKaye has plenty of other projects to cultivate. In addition to speaking engagements and running his legendary proto-indie label Dischord, MacKaye is back onstage...

    by Jaime Lees on November 8, 2007
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    The Return of Cactus Music and Video - A beloved local institution returns from the grave

    Early last year, with good reason, we called March 31 "a day that will live in Houston music infamy." That was Cactus Music and Video's last day of operation. Social scientists speak of "third places," by which they mean informal anchors to commu...

    by John Nova Lomax on November 8, 2007
  • Kid Rock, Rock n Roll Jesus - Rock n Roll Jesus

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    Kid Rock, Rock n Roll Jesus - Rock n Roll Jesus

    Lucky for Kid Rock he's an egomaniacal dipshit, because otherwise his music would be about as memorable as a Molly Hatchet eight-track sans "Flirtin' with Disaster." Still, the former Mr. Pamela Anderson's good-humored salutes to his own cocksmanshi...

    by Michael Roberts on November 8, 2007
  • Carrie Underwood, Carnival Ride - Carnival Ride

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    Carrie Underwood, Carnival Ride - Carnival Ride

    A more accurate title for Carrie Underwood's latest effort would be Kiddie Coaster, because this is one boring carnival ride. The sophomore release from country music's favorite American Idol provides few thrills as it mechanically runs around in ci...

    by Malec, Jim on November 8, 2007
  • Aesop Rock, None Shall Pass - None Shall Pass

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    Aesop Rock, None Shall Pass - None Shall Pass

    You can probably still classify Aesop Rock as "underground" hip-hop. Although by this point he has an established fan base far removed from anything "underground," Aesop is still left of center, nowhere near what's going on in "mainstream" hip-hop t...

    by Michael D. Ayers on November 8, 2007
  • Paul Oakenfold, Greatest Hits & Remixes - Greatest Hits & Remixes

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    Paul Oakenfold, Greatest Hits & Remixes - Greatest Hits & Remixes

    If your musical career began in underground clubs, it's safe to say you've jumped the shark when you release a mix CD of your own remixes. Oakenfold's been filling stadiums for years, but that distance from the dance floor has resulted in some serio...

    by Burwell, Sloane on November 8, 2007
  • Hannah Montana, Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers - The hidden agenda of Hannah Montana

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    Hannah Montana, Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers - The hidden agenda of Hannah Montana

    Everyone knows the entertainment industry is supposed to prepackage role models for our children. Hell, suburban moms are just too busy running prostitution rings out of their houses and nursing crystal-meth addictions to concern themselves with ens...

    by Nicholas L. Hall on November 8, 2007
  • Miss Cleo Looks Forward with Convicted for My Beliefs - Our psychic friend speaks up, and out

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    Miss Cleo Looks Forward with Convicted for My Beliefs - Our psychic friend speaks up, and out

    Over the past five years, Miss Cleo (born Youre Dell Harris) has gotten used to ridicule. The former TV psychic has been the butt of a million jokes stemming from her days as spokesperson for the Psychic Readers Network -- where she was known as mu...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on November 8, 2007
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    Local Motion

    Sound Exchange 1846 Richmond, 713-666-5555 1. Linus Pauling Quartet, All Things Are Light 2. Beirut, The Flying Club Cup 3. Limbonic Art, Legacy of Evil 4. Wooden Shjips, "Loose Lips" 7" 5. Octopus Project, Hello, Avalanche 6. Ca...

    by Chris Gray on November 8, 2007
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