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    Hammering Hearts

    Almost nine years ago at Washington, D.C.'s Warner Theater, a grand, ancient vaudeville house, British synth-rock quartet Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark -- by then generally known as O.M.D. -- stood on-stage beaming and looking somewhat bewildered...

    by Michael Yockel on August 17, 1995
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    Eclectic Ladyland

    Being identical twins, Evi and Gin Weintraub of INHOUSE reach levels of vocal interplay that are out of the reach of singing duos with flimsier genetic ties. Technically, Evi's a soprano and Gin's an alto, but that makes little difference once they g...

    by Jim Murphy on August 10, 1995
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    Rosario Siento (SDI) Since the Seventies, the children of flamenco masters have adopted the rhythms of their gypsy ancestors to create their own genre of contemporary Spanish music A flamenco-rock, -pop, and -jazz hybrids that nonpurists ...

    on August 10, 1995
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    Alison Moyet Singles (Columbia) Cyndi Lauper Twelve Deadly Cyns...and Then Some (Epic) Both tumbled somewhat improbably out of early-Eighties new wave. Both flashed brightly through their respective homeland's cosmos, flared, ...

    on August 3, 1995
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    Spinning Strawze into Gold

    A year ago, at a concert thrown by and for Miami's hip-hop habitues, a Bronx rapper by the name of Fat Joe clambered his way to the microphone and, drum tracks rattling in the background, hollered something to the effect of, "Y'all ready to party? Gi...

    by Steven Almond on August 3, 1995
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    Bob Marley and the Wailers Natural Mystic -- The Legend Lives On (Tuff Gong/Island) Our thoughts might be many on the occasion of the release of Natural Mystic. We might marvel at the staying power of the Marley legacy. We might ponder th...

    on July 27, 1995
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    Let Them Come Over

    A reporter has just informed Buffalo Tom bassist Chris Colbourne that his name appears under the image of the band's drummer, Tom Maginnis -- and vice versa -- in Buffalo Tom's brand-new record company photo. "Ohmygod!" Colbourne exclaims. "I hadn't ...

    by Michael Yockel on July 27, 1995
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    Bliss on This

    Fireworks boom and crackle outside, smoke fills the streets, and bottle rockets emblematic of revolutionary bombs burst in the air. Inside, four young men -- members of the band Orgasmic Bliss -- are sitting in a sprawling Florida room. However, inst...

    by Georgina Cardenas on July 20, 1995
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    Elvis Costello Kojak Variety (Warner Bros.) Robert Forster I Had a New York Girlfriend (Beggars Banquet) As a result of his huge rep as a songwriter, Elvis Costello's talents as an interpreter of others' work often has been ov...

    on July 20, 1995
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    Dust to Dust

    The technology gremlins have been playing hob with Lycia. During a show in Philadelphia two and half weeks ago, the band's keyboards, a critical ingredient in its dark, ethereal sound, winked in and out. Then, during the same set, without any apparen...

    by Michael Yockel on July 13, 1995
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    Sponge Rotting Pinata (Chaos/Sony) You've heard the jaunty title track (possibly the only song in pop history to use a pinata as a metaphor for a cowboy's broken heart), the gripping "Plowed" (with its riveting "in a world of human wrecka...

    on July 13, 1995
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    Seldom Seen, Often Heard

    Thanks to the regional college radio success of their single, "I'm Beautiful," the Wilcoxes have gained a reputation among local scenesters for being a band that hails from some supercool bastion of alternative rock far, far away. Not so. The Wilcoxe...

    by Georgina Cardenas on July 13, 1995
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    That Was Then. This Is...Then

    Up on stage, John Tenaglia looks satisfied. The boxy WSHE owner holds a microphone in one hand, shields his eyes against the glare of the spotlights with the other as he beams out at the crowd of about 200 -- station personnel, advertisers, local ad ...

    by Michael Yockel on July 6, 1995
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    Cake Motorcade of Generosity (Capricorn) Ever get the feeling alternative rock is on the verge of collective suicide? I do. All the hot new bands sound so bedraggled with Weltschmerz it's a wonder they have the energy to pound out the sam...

    on July 6, 1995
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    KISS and Tell

    Paul Stanley, king of the nighttime world, just woke up. And you can tell. His voice has little of the distinctive arena-rock urgency that one somehow can't help but expect after hearing all his rousing stage patter between tunes on Alive!, KISS's ep...

    by David Dudley on July 6, 1995
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    Rotations 11

    Various Artists For the Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson (MusicMasters/BMG) Harry Nilsson was to the Seventies what Warren Zevon was to the Eighties. Imagine Randy Newman, but suave. Now imagine Randy Newman, suave and drunk as hell...

    on June 29, 1995
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    The Vodou They Do So Well

    The telephone connection crackles with static as Theodore "Lolo" Beaubrun, Jr., front man for the Haitian roots band Boukman Eksperyans, shushes the half-dozen children who happily scamper about his father's Port-au-Prince home. "It's 'vacation noise...

    by Jim Murphy on June 29, 1995
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    Rara Raveup

    Rara Raveup Boukman Eksperyans Libte (Pran Pou Pran'l!) (Mango) For listeners whose perception of "voodoo" has been formed through the distorted lens of Hollywood, Libte (Pran Pou Pran'l!), the third release by Haitian rasin band Bo...

    by Jim Murphy on June 29, 1995
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    Rotations 9

    Esquivel Music From a Sparkling Planet Space Age Bachelor Pad Music (Bar/None) Between 1958 and 1967, Mexican pianist-bandleader-arranger-composer Juan Garcia Esquivel recorded and released a series of wonderfully bizarre orchestral a...

    on June 15, 1995
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    Believe the Buzz

    At the opening-night talent showcase for Billboard magazine's Latin Music Conference, held here last week, Cuban singer Albita Rodriguez was the obvious star attraction. A crowd of about 450 recording executives, distributors, producers, promoters, j...

    by Judy Cantor on June 15, 1995
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