As if we needed more evidence, New York's post-punk revival is further proof every "no" is eventually a "yes."(Amazon's mail-bot recently tried to sell me a local comp: "As someone who has purchased albums by Le Tigre, you may be interested in Yes New York, which features Le Tigre.") For now, Minneapolis's Party of One are rock's reigning negative dialecticians, as dialectical as they are negative. In "Baghdad Boogie," an incongruously bouncy campfire singalong, Party chief Eric Fifteen reveals two essential truths: "we got rage and we got a lot" and "we got a sense of humor, bet... More >>>