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    Reverb

    I used to know a girl who swore that the most useful gauge of whether a relationship would work was how you travel: If you and your partner travel well, with only minimal bickering over this or that, your lovers' fate was as good as sealed; fight lik...

    by John Floyd on December 19, 1996
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    Into the Night

    If visions of stockings and sugarplums dance in your head; if dreams of silver bells and cockle shells disturb your sleep; if you can no longer tell which is worse, family or fruitcake -- well, you need to get out more, my friend. And what better way...

    by Liz Martinez on December 19, 1996
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    Hype! The Motion Picture Soundtrack

    Hype! The Motion Picture Soundtrack Various Artists (Sub Pop) In 1994 four records by four Seattle bands debuted at number one on the Billboard charts -- Soundgarden's Superunknown, Alice in Chains' Jar of Flies, Pearl Jam's Vs., and Nirv...

    by Gina Arnold on December 19, 1996
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    Bush Whack

    First, Bush's Gavin Rossdale stole Kurt Cobain's sound, right down to the last sad but fuzzy guitar chord and strangled vocal growl, and then he and his hired helpers rode it to a quintuple-platinum hit with Sixteen Stone, primarily because modern-ro...

    by Jim DeRogatis on December 19, 1996
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    Pray for Seattle - A talk with the filmmakers

    In 1992 producer Steve Helvey approached filmmaker Doug Pray about documenting the Seattle music scene. Pray thought it was a terrible idea. Anyone who had followed the rumblings in the Pacific Northwest, as Pray had, knew Seattle was over before Nir...

    by Jeff Stark on December 19, 1996
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    Sells Like Teen Spirit

    It could have been any town in America, and it often was: Athens, Chapel Hill, Minneapolis, Austin. Seattle was just another stop on the A&R Express, another destination where the gold-card crowd could run up their expense accounts while they looked ...

    by Robert Wilonsky on December 19, 1996
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    Rotations

    Snoop Doggy Dogg Tha Doggfather (Death Row/Interscope) Various Artists Dr. Dre Presents ... The Aftermath (Aftermath/Interscope) Makaveli The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory (Death Row/Interscope) In the wake of Tupa...

    by Steven Almond on December 19, 1996
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    Rotations

    Intrigue Acoustic Soul (Universal) Tony Toni Tone House of Music (Mercury) Think back to the abyss of early Eighties urban thump-thump music. New technology had yet to be mastered by artists like Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, bl...

    by Rickey Wright on December 12, 1996
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    A Sleighful of Yays and Nays

    I don't think of myself as an especially sentimental sort, and Lord knows I'm no Christian, but something about Christmas music makes me all mushy and dopey. Every year for the last decade or so, after the last batch of Thanksgiving chow gets burped ...

    by John Floyd on December 12, 1996
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    Christmas Top 40

    1) Darlene Love, "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" 2) Elvis Presley, "Santa Claus Is Back in Town" 3) The Drifters, "White Christmas" 4) Otis Redding, "Merry Christmas, Baby" 5) James Brown, "Santa Claus Go Straight to the Ghetto" ...

    by John Floyd on December 12, 1996
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    Into the Night

    Talk it up at the debut of Chit Chat on Tuesday, December 17, at Sticky Fingers (3399 Virginia St., Coconut Grove, 461-3313). The brand new restaurant/bar/club opened last week, injecting some new flavor into the we-are-presently-remodeling-and-will-...

    by Liz Martinez on December 12, 1996
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    Girl Talk

    Rock music hasn't traditionally been the musical genre that best expresses vulnerability. Teenage angst maybe; romantic loss certainly. But that frightening revelation that usually comes well after adolescence -- that nudge from the universe that let...

    by Susan Whitall on December 5, 1996
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    Into the Night

    After a weekend of as much pump and thump at your favorite club as you can cram into a couple of days, gear up for a rock and roll week. It's live-music heaven on Monday, December 9, when everybody's favorite boy-next-door band Weezer steps out of th...

    by Liz Martinez on December 5, 1996
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    Reverb

    Like anyone who listens to all sorts of music in search of various forms of aural stimuli, certain records hit me in different ways and in different places, while others punch the same buttons even if they exist in practically parallel galaxies. Rece...

    by John Floyd on December 5, 1996
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    Rotations

    Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise (RCA Records) The late rock critic Lester Bangs once wrote that he would pay almost any price to hear Aretha Franklin sing; he didn't especially care what she...

    by David Cantwell on December 5, 1996
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    Rhinestone Serenader

    Full disclosure: Neil Diamond was my first real concert, in my fourth-grade year, the result of Mom's ardent fandom. Me, Sis, Mom, and Dad at the Houston Summit. What I remember most is this: Someone who couldn't have been paying much attention tried...

    by Brad Tyer on December 5, 1996
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    The Power of Suggestion

    Ed Matus loves spreading discord. As the guitarist, vocalist, and one of the primary lyricists for Subliminal Criminal, Matus injects a reckless kind of humor into the dissonant, aggressively subversive, and, yes, discordant music the Miami band crea...

    by Georgina Cardenas on November 28, 1996
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    White Punks on Blues

    How good is the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion? So good that four years after the release of the band's screeching, wailing debut album from '92, the Blues Explosion towers over nearly every other punk-blues fusionist shimmying and shrieking on the indi...

    by John Floyd on November 28, 1996
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    Rotations

    Utah Phillips and Ani Difranco The Past Didn't Go Anywhere (Righteous Babe) On "Bridges," Utah Phillips intones: "I have a friend, a good folksinger and song collector, who comes and listens to my shows and says, 'You always sing about th...

    by Susan Whitall on November 28, 1996
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    Reverb

    Bow your heads, please, and dress yourself in the ebony hues befitting a funeral -- the Miami punk-pop collective known as Fay Wray has belly-upped, bitten the dust, gone the way of eight-tracks and Edsels. The crushing news arrived a couple weeks ba...

    by John Floyd on November 28, 1996
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