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2006 Stories by Chuck Eddy

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  • Spaghetti Eastern

    published August 15, 2006

    Mr. Kaves, along with his brother ADM the last remaining founder of the Lordz, is not 100 percent Italian. But their cigars and fedoras and... More >>

  • The Many Ideas of Oneida

    published July 4, 2006

    A few Fridays ago, Fat Bobby woke up at 6 a.m. in Boston's "vortex of white suburbia," where he teaches seventh-grade American history and... More >>

  • Music

    published April 25, 2006

    So what can I say? It was fun while it lasted. (And heck, I was running out of records anyway.) As for my future, damn right I’ll rise... More >>

  • Music

    published April 18, 2006

    Since the Om album only has two songs totaling under 34 minutes, you're perfectly welcome to classify that thing and the 40-minute, one-song... More >>

  • Music

    published April 11, 2006

    In which the gap between metal and country narrows to not much more than an AC/DC riff, though obviously it depends on which metal and which... More >>

  • Music

    published April 4, 2006

    Lots of ladies this week, lots of people with dark dispositions, and three self-released gals named Jo. But only one of the former compares... More >>

  • Music

    published March 28, 2006

    Get on your feet, everybody, it's an Eddytor's Dozen dance party! Not to mention a perfect time to ask the question: How come the songs that place... More >>

  • Music

    published March 21, 2006

    Gap Band–covering, Gretchen Wilson–duetting porn star Kid Rock's appropriation of Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band's "Live"... More >>

  • Music

    published March 14, 2006

    So, just for the heck of it, let's say this week's imperfect-as-always theme is "country singers of color." That'd definitely encompass... More >>

  • Music

    published March 7, 2006

    Kayla LoCicero comes from Louisiana, and is best discussing her Chinese and Jamaican neighbors and singing over John Cougar and Hollies riffs... More >>

  • Music

    published February 28, 2006

    In which Bucks County indie twerps, San Francisco hippies, and backwoods Michigan art-punks do their string-band best to keep up with Nickel... More >>

  • Music

    published February 21, 2006

    One of the biggest and dumbest fallacies of the avant-garde is the idea that the more popular and less outré music is, the more transitory... More >>

  • Music

    published February 14, 2006

    Hey, I'm not one of those jerks (OK, maybe none actually exist yet, but they will soon, mark my words) who insist that the only way you can find... More >>

  • Music

    published February 7, 2006

    Radiohead fans should note that Vernon Reid covers "National Anthem," which is louder than his cover of Depeche Mode's "Enjoy the Silence," and... More >>

  • Music

    published January 31, 2006

    Who says hip-hop doesn't watch the news anymore? There it is, smack-dab in the Spyder D–rapped title track to the early-February release Big... More >>

  • Music

    published January 17, 2006

    Not every act here logs hundreds of nights on the road every year; in fact, a few are long extinct. And the ones who don't log that many aren't... More >>

  • Music

    published January 10, 2006

    So am I dreaming or have sundry welcome variables (reggaetón aiming to cross over, dancehall stepping aside for old-school-sung reggae, r&b... More >>

  • Music

    published January 3, 2006

    One could say we're stuck in that strange desolate limbo between record-release years (old one long gone though decent late releases still trickle... More >>

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