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    Avril Lavigne - The Best Damn Thing (RCA)

    Those who think that pop music junkies represent music fandom's lowest common denominator should read the comments left on iTunes about Avril Lavigne's cheerleader-chant-from-hell single "Girlfriend." Namely, this astute one: "The Avril I looked up t...

    by Annie Zaleski on April 26, 2007
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    Prodigy - Return of the Mac (Koch)

    It's not strange that Prodigy's second solo release, Return of the Mac, is a gritty, New York-centric quest to maintain order in an increasingly hip-pop driven world. What is surprising is that, after his group, Mobb Deep, signed on with 50 Cent's cr...

    by Braden Ruddy on April 26, 2007
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    Dinosaur Jr. - Beyond (Fat Possum)

    Forget the Foo Fighters the true champ when it comes to blending melody and mayhem is a tumultuous trio known as Dinosaur Jr. These art-rock heroes were making heads bop and torsos flail back when Dave Grohl was still taking his cues from Kurt Coba...

    by Lee Zimmerman on April 26, 2007
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    The Iris - The Vanity Fair (www.the-iris.com)

    The new CD by Phoenix-based industrial metal band the Iris sounds like a sonic blueprint for a band that's finding its sound and getting hotter by the minute. But the blueprint isn't new Marilyn Manson, Deftones, and a dozen other bands drew it. Wh...

    by Niki D'Andrea on April 26, 2007
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    Chevy Spring Fest with Trick Daddy & Rick Ross

    We all know that when people think Chevy, the musical genre that leaps to mind is hardcore rap? Yes, it seems our favorite macho auto company is undergoing what the pros call a little brand alteration. Gone is the down-home, redneck appeal. These da...

    by Steven Almond on April 26, 2007
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    Dyslexic Postcards

    Dyslexic Postcards are a little bit roots punk, a little bit Pink Floyd, and a lotta Spacemen 3. But mostly the quintet is way overdue to release a CD, so catch 'em at Churchills while it's cheap. "Right now we have nothing for sale but our asses,...

    by Eric W. Saeger on April 26, 2007
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    With machines replacing instruments and songs manufactured on an assembly line, it's hard to find the soul in music nowadays. But there was a time when bands boomed with rich brass, and singers gained notoriety for their talent without having to comp...

    by Alexandra Quiñones on April 26, 2007
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    Fourth Dimension

    In what's been a Sunday tradition since February, Fourth Dimension once again offer the Jazid crowd a unique blend of reggae, dancehall, dub, and ska. The show is presented by Kulcha Shok Muzik, one of Miami's better-known record labels. A four-pie...

    by Eric W. Saeger on April 26, 2007
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    Midnight Glimpse: Casa Casuarina

    Every day people stroll past Casa Casuarina (1116 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach; 305-672-6604), the former home of slain designer Gianni Versace, and wonder what lies beyond the iron gates and white facade of what is now an exclusive club, spa, and hotel. On...

    by Alexandra Quiñones on April 26, 2007
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    Woman on the Verge of a Nervous Breakthrough - As leader of Tango Conspiracy, and a producer in her own right, Jimena Fama is making her play for fame

    Jimena Fama, the elegant frontwoman for the electronic fusion band Tango Conspiracy, can call her ensemble of male musicians to task with a quick dart of her piercing brown eyes. But once in a while, the quiet intensity becomes too much. There was, f...

    by Julienne Gage on April 19, 2007
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    Youth Shall Be Served - The barely legal members of Orlando's Band Marino are already making pop music for the ages

    It felt like deja vu all over again when I first heard Band Marino. Weren't these the alternative folk kiddies with the Nettwerk Records deal, who sound like Bread, and were doing soundtrack work for Deadwood? Well, no, as it turns out, that's the ...

    by Eric W. Saeger on April 19, 2007
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    The Killers Will Kill You - Las Vegas's premier rock group has never suffered from low self-esteem

    Back in early 2003 the Killers were just another name littered in the demo piles of A&R departments across the country. Few people in the music industry knew much about the Las Vegas-based rock group, or if it would amount to anything beyond a four-m...

    by Jonathan Garrett on April 19, 2007
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    J Dilla - Ruff Draft (Stones Throw)

    A remastered reissue of an out-of-print underground hip-hop classic, Ruff Draft is the late, great J Dilla at his creative apex. It took him a week to turn the whole thing out, but that was more than enough time to unleash a maelstrom of lo-fi breakb...

    by Geoff Johnston on April 19, 2007
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    Redman - Red Gone Wild (Def Jam)

    After a six-year recording hiatus, Redman returns to the mike with the engaging and stimulating, yet not particularly memorable, release Red Gone Wild. Languishing for more than a year on the proverbial Def Jam shelf, this album is plagued by the sam...

    by Braden Ruddy on April 19, 2007
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    The Fall - Reformation Post T.L.C (Narmack)

    Sharon Stone makes another movie, bands of the 1978-1982 epoch reunite, technology advances, trans fats are banned yet the Fall perseveres, with Mark E. Smith the sole remaining founding member. Tart-tongued leader Smith still rants like he's got t...

    by Mark Keresman on April 19, 2007
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    Amy Winehouse - Back to Black (Universal)

    Warning: This will hurt, but kindly access your memory banks and retrieve two commercials: "Seagram's golden wine coooolers/They're wet and they're dry/My my my" and that heinous Chili's bit not the faux doo-wop tune but the smoky blues number "C...

    by Justin F. Farrar on April 19, 2007
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    Be prepared for your teenybopper to hit up the family rainy-day fund: Chayanne's coming to town, and hormone hell follows with him. The 38-year-old Latin heartthrob, born Elmer Figueroa-Arce, entered showbiz at age eleven when he joined the Puerto ...

    by Eric W. Saeger on April 19, 2007
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    Joe Chambers

    At age 63, Joe Chambers ranks as one of the most notable drummers and percussionists of his generation, and a staple of the venerable (and once-independent) Blue Note label. Not only have his highly imaginative compositions been covered by the like...

    by Ernest Barteldes on April 19, 2007
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    McCoy Tyner

    To say that Mr. Tyner "tickles the ivories" would be akin to suggesting that his old bandmate John Coltrane "toodles the horn a bit." Not just a massive understatement, in other words, but an outright mischaracterization. In fact, Tyner pounds the ke...

    by Steven Almond on April 19, 2007
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    The booming rhythms of drum 'n' bass are not meant to be just heard they're meant to be felt as well. The vibrations sent forth from mega amps invariably inspire dancing, and Photek's music is no exception, despite its classification as "intelligen...

    by Alexandra Quiñones on April 19, 2007
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