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The remaking of "Beautiful Liar"
A new report cuts through the static on the radio industry
Don't fret. Guitar Hero II kills the opening act
Breaking Benjamin's front man Ben Burnley
An underground legend teams up with Rap-A-Lot in a bid to break nationwide
Thursday, October 6, at the Proletariat, 903 Richmond, 713-523-1199.
Last Days follows the final spiral of a tormented musician
And you thought rappers were the only ones who had beefs
A new boxed set excavates the '90s
Friday, June 3, at Dan Electro's, 1031 East 24th Street, 713-862-8707.
An often-exasperating boxed set offers the final word on Nirvana's legacy
Handsome Boy Modeling School, Molotov and Rufus Wainwright
Christmas is the weirdest time of the year. Who better to musically document the season than John Waters?
Fashionable retro-rock has jumped the shark. Here's why.
Dubya and Franz Ferdinand have made it okay for white guys to dance
The best X-rated breakup songs
Dear You (Blackball)
Franz Ferdinand (Domino)
When the working day is done, Molly & the Ringwalds just want to have fun
Universal hopes to JumpSTART flagging CD sales with aggressive price cuts. Who benefits the most?
Girls tries a tired lesson -- grow up, already
Nobody knows what AFI's next album will sound like, least of all the band members
BMC plays ragga jungle at NoDo's Underground Lounge
The left, turning right, was plain wrong to attack pop culture
The Datsuns zoom out of New Zealand with Zeppelinesque flair
The Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl is always between rock and a hard place
Plus: Junk Food, Junk Suits; Pigeon Hold, Meds for the Poor
Our take on "rare" Nirvana
David Cross is funny as hell. So why isn't he laughing?
Monday, October 28
Saturday, July 27
Unlike the UK, Houston resists the urge to commit plagiarhythm
Baz Luhrmann makes movies--and audiences--in his own image
The Austin Lounge Lizards steal hearts and minds by feasting on sacred cows
The former Austin guitar-slinger wants people to know he has more than SRV licks at his disposal
Shirley Manson supplies the fire to fuel some musical waste from Wisconsin