While hundreds of thousands of young people greeted the last year of the millennium in Times Square, waiting for the ball to drop before scurrying home along Giuliani's squeaky-clean streets, a rather more bohemian crowd gathered at another landmark: Downtown's venerable CBGB. Where icons like Debbie Harry and the Ramones and Richard Hell and the Voidoids once ruled the stage, Japanese pop-punk band Cibo Matto held sway over the Bowery night.
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