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    A Great Lost Age of Alcoholic Hip-Hop - The March Of Ides

    Cynics decry big, bad, materialistic hip-hop nowadays for being indistinguishable from commercials, but all the haranguing overlooks the long-standing weakness rappers have shown for product placement, paid or otherwise. Also-rans Mr. X and Mr. Z's 1...

    by Hua Hsu on April 8, 2003
  • Hearth and Soul - Fireplace-Sex Music Seems to Hang On


    Hearth and Soul - Fireplace-Sex Music Seems to Hang On

    Kenny Lattimore and Chant Moore are thirtyish soul singers who a while ago got together and, eventually, married. They now have released Things That Lovers Do, a duet collection of principally covers that falls into the subgenre of fireplace-sex mus...

    by James Hunter on April 8, 2003
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    Do Dew the Crabtown Clam - Baltimore Breakbeat House Trax Are the New Everything

    "My neck, my back, lick my pussy and my crack," sped up Bagdasarian style over the omnipresent crabtown kick drums. She wants to bust a nut all over your face, and who's to argue? Ring, Ring! "Hello?" Shades of Michel'le, who was sped up and fed up f...

    by Scott Seward on April 8, 2003
  • Beating as One - Yo La Tengo Make Their Love Album


    Beating as One - Yo La Tengo Make Their Love Album

    Somehow I felt that before I could write about Yo La Tengo's terrific new Summer Sun I needed an at-home with Ira Kaplan and Georgia Hubley. After all, I almost knew them, and not only as friend-of-friends like everybody else in the general vicinity ...

    by Robert Christgau on April 8, 2003
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    The Story of O Like a record, baby, right round round round. If the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' year-long odyssey from L-train heroes to international art stars has made them dizzy, it doesn't show. At Thursday's homecoming gig at the Bowery Ballroom, on the...

    on April 8, 2003
  • A Wiggle in Your Wham - The Electric Kool-Aid Contortions Test


    A Wiggle in Your Wham - The Electric Kool-Aid Contortions Test

    I've taken LSD twice in my life, had a blast both times. I'm not likely to do it again, though, since it aestheticizes everything and I'd hate to become an aesthete. Insights parade before my eyes like handsome glorious things, and I'm reduced to wav...

    by Frank Kogan on April 1, 2003
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    Sax as a Weapon - You Didn't Know That Rock 'n' Roll Burned

    Ladies and gentlemen, the sax is back. As if we needed more reminders that the '00s are the new '80s, hipsters have resurrected the instrument, long banished to the land of uncool by Bill Clinton and Kenny G. It hasn't reached Reagan-era ubiquity yet...

    by Amy Phillips on April 1, 2003
  • French Fries and Fruit Flies - Not Yesterday Once More


    French Fries and Fruit Flies - Not Yesterday Once More

    When Ted Leo asks "Where Have All the Rude Boys Gone?" I picture the Mighty Mighty Bosstones skankin' down to the unemployment office, but he refers by member names to those second-wave ska revivalists, the Specials. With "Blizzard of '77"a storm al...

    by Nick Catucci on April 1, 2003
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    24-Hour Party People - Love Will Tear Us Apart Tonight or Live and Die This Way

    "Ian Curtis Wishlist," the scary-good closer to Xiu Xiu's A Promise, re-creates the Joy Division singer's suicide as an Unsolved Mysteries segmentjumpy cuts from a noose to a Curtis look-alike, accompanied by spine-tingling tones. But when Xiu Xiu s...

    by Yancey Strickler on April 1, 2003
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    Titter to a Screech "View of Chinaman using flatiron" hardly sounds like the pinnacle of yuks, but according to the meticulous, gag-by-gag "Lafometer" that silent-comedy star Harold Lloyd produced after a showing of his 1928 film Speedy, that sh...

    on April 1, 2003
  • Sex Pleas That Swing - A Beard-Rock Lover's Latest Great Odd Leap Forward


    Sex Pleas That Swing - A Beard-Rock Lover's Latest Great Odd Leap Forward

    Stephen Malkmus does not have a beard. Got it? Malkmus = beardless. And yet the key to Pig Lib's deft and complicated beauty is that it's one mighty hirsute album, progressive-like-the-genre guitar glossolalia updating a rock and roll era its author ...

    by Joe Gross on March 25, 2003
  • Slay Miserables - Notes From Underground


    Slay Miserables - Notes From Underground

    The high point in "Once More, With Feeling"last year's Buffy the Vampire Slayer mini-musical episodewas "Under Your Spell," Tara's beautiful love song to her partner Willow, devotional and thanksgiving and erotic, a Wiccan hymn from one witch to th...

    by Mark Sinker on March 25, 2003
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    La Musique Nostalgique - Happy Gilmore

    In the words of TV teen music obsessive Lane Kim, "Stars Hollow, are you ready to rock?" With Our Little Corner of the World, writer-producers Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino cull songs from Gilmore Girls, their witty single mother-daughte...

    by Mary Jacobi on March 25, 2003
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    As Long as I Still Can

    It is a great privilege to review records for a living. It is a great pleasure to review records for a living. I am lucky to live in the same world as the artists recommended below. So are you. So are we all. AALIYAH I Care 4 You (Blackgr...

    by Robert Christgau on March 25, 2003
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    Out at Home - Life in the Burning-Bush Leagues

    Some band names fit like a fielder's glove: Joy Division (left-handed), the Replacements, the Mendoza Line. The latter is baseball slang for the lowest acceptable major-league batting average; if you're straddling it, you've got one foot back in the ...

    by Howard Hampton on March 25, 2003
  • The Buzz Bin - Pugilists at Rest


    The Buzz Bin - Pugilists at Rest

    There's a new fad in British electronica, where instead of programming sampled sounds or synths, artists go digging for an obsolete piece of musical technologylike this German invention, basically a brass tube twisted around a couple of times and at...

    by James Hannaham on March 25, 2003
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    Muscle Car 4 Sale - High Mileage but Runs Good

    In the mid '70s, I worked as assistant manager for a swimming pool where the boss would lend me his Dodge Superbee. The groundskeeper and I would take it on morning runs to the supply warehouse for cardboard barrels of chlorinating compound that we'd...

    by George Smith on March 25, 2003
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    Peaceful Assembly Those passing through Union Square of late know it's the de facto campus for anti-war demonstrators, but last Monday night, mere blocks from the rabble-rousers, their less vigilant comrades were revisiting the Summer of Love. ...

    on March 25, 2003
  • Mais Oui, Louis - Yes, French Music—or Should We Make That Freedom Music?


    Mais Oui, Louis - Yes, French Musicor Should We Make That Freedom Music?

    A certain kind of melody is embedded deep in the DNA of silent movies. It's a melancholy diatonic waltz, the love child of "After the Ball" and Charlie Chaplin, whose genius extended to sentimental themes that prod us to smile through our tears. The ...

    by Gary Giddins on March 18, 2003
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    The Bronzeville Hop - One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

    Leave aside whether R. Kelly is a bad, bad man and ask what his recent treatment at the hands of the courts would do to any man. The case made against him is the result of over three years of surveillance, investigation, and prying. Ken Starr had les...

    by Sterling Clover on March 18, 2003
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