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    Afghan Whigs 1965 (Columbia Records) On the Afghan Whigs' sixth album, singer Greg Dulli showcases his fascination with hip-hop and R&B by quoting Puff Daddy, Mase, Nas, the Temptations, and Marvin Gaye. It's not that Dulli isn't capable of...

    by Larry Boytano on December 24, 1998
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    Knight in Metal Armor

    After almost two years in hiding, Eric Knight, ex-leader of Vandal, has returned with a solo CD and a new backup band. Fans of Vandal's pop-tinged hard-rock sound should enjoy Near Life Experience. Knight himself is simply happy to have released the ...

    by Hans Morgenstern on December 24, 1998
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    Jingle Decibels

    The Christmas season is upon us again, and that means your local record store is stuffed with "holiday" music. A mini-industry that pulls in a half-billion dollars each year, the Christmas music boomlet sees the release of more than 2000 holiday-them...

    by Ben Greenman on December 24, 1998
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    Tommy Lee Bares All

    Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee may have the most famous penis on the Internet, but his prodigious man-part wasn't the source of his initial fame. Lee has been a popular personality since the early Eighties, when he and bandmates Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx...

    by Michael Roberts on December 24, 1998
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    Who's the Boss?

    It's official: The Boss is dead. Not literally dead, like Elvis or FDR. Just conceptually dead, like the Christian Coalition or professional boxing. No one will be more delighted by this development than Bruce Springsteen, who first tried to kil...

    by Brian Alcorn on December 17, 1998
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    Song Sung Goo

    There's an absolutely great short film titled Neil Diamond Parking Lot that, unfortunately, most people will never see. Shot by two guys in Maryland, the film was done in 1995 as the followup to their 1985 underground cult classic Heavy Metal Parking...

    by Rob O'Connor on December 17, 1998
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    Rotations

    Randy Newman Guilty: 30 Years of Randy Newman (Rhino) Has there ever been an artist as politically incorrect as Randy Newman? Has there ever been a songwriter who risked so much of his reputation by singing in the voice of the unreliable na...

    by Robin Myrick on December 17, 1998
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    Cuba's Past Is Present

    Old Cuban music never dies, it just gets reissued. Blame it in part on the success of the 1997 Grammy Award-winner Buena Vista Social Club, but remastered or re-recorded CDs of all manner of Cuban oldies keep on coming. In 1998 record companies strip...

    by Judy Cantor on December 17, 1998
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    Rotations

    Wendy & Lisa Girl Bros. (Girl Bros. Inc.) Seekers of a poignant, modern-day music saga need look no further than Wendy & Lisa. As members of Prince's Purple Rain-era band, multi-instrumentalists Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman broke from the...

    by David Simutis on December 10, 1998
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    Kissing Ass

    When the Rolling Stones staged the first genuine rock-and-roll circus in 1968, they distributed gold-embossed metallic tickets to the members of their fan club, fed them, gave them twenty hours of music, clowns, and amusements, and then arranged for ...

    by Serene Dominic on December 10, 1998
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    Home Is Where the Art Is

    Al Galvez, the singer/guitarist/songwriter of A Kite Is a Victim, sits at a candlelit table in a bar on Coconut Grove's Miami Marina just as night has fallen. A breeze stirs up the waves and rocks the boats docked in the distance. Across a patch of g...

    by Hans Morgenstern on December 10, 1998
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    Tonight We're Gonna Market Like It's 1999

    I am dreaming as I write this. Forgive me if it goes astray. The artist formerly known as The Artist Formerly Known As Prince, and currently known only as The Artist, has been baffling critics and fans for the better part of the decade. Ever since hi...

    by Ben Greenman on December 10, 1998
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    Apocalypse Wow

    Even if you're the most devoted Prince fan in the world, you're going to get sick of "1999" before Labor Day. Here, then, are some alternatives for Song of the Millennium. "It's the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)." One of REM's fi...

    on December 10, 1998
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    Bring Back That Sunny Day

    Sunny Day Real Estate is less a band than a psychodrama. Decisions aren't just made; they're agonized over. Relationships don't simply end; they shatter. Reunions aren't merely satisfying; they're life altering. With these guys there are no half meas...

    by Michael Roberts on December 3, 1998
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    Rotations

    Jonny Lang Wander This World (A&M) Pop culture mavens are always looking for a pretty new face on which to pin their fortunes. Nearly three years ago they found one in sixteen-year-old Jonny Lang, an anomaly of a teenager. Unlike most oth...

    by Rob O'Connor on December 3, 1998
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    Hello, Old Friend

    It's weird to think that it's taken this long for the box set community to get around to John Lennon. Yet it has been eighteen years this week since he was gunned down in front of his apartment in New York City. His recording career from the time he ...

    by Rob O'Connor on December 3, 1998
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    Private Lessons

    Growing up in the historic Old San Juan section of Puerto Rico's capital, Giovanni Hidalgo didn't dream of becoming a musician. He didn't have to. "I've been playing since I was three," he explains. Hidalgo was one of the founders of the groundbreaki...

    by Judy Cantor on December 3, 1998
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    Rotations

    Beck Mutations (DGC) Over the course of the half dozen or so albums Beck Hansen has released, on indie labels as well as for major DGC, what is emerging is the sound and thought of a truly visionary (albeit warped) artist. Don't be surpri...

    by Larry Boytano on November 26, 1998
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    Kings of Rhyme

    When I was eleven years old, my older brother gave me a tape that changed everything I thought I knew about music. The tape was called King of Rock, and it was the second album by the rap group Run-D.M.C. I thought I was pretty hip for an eleven year...

    by Brendan Kelley on November 26, 1998
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    Not Exactly Straight Punk

    Joe "Queer" King doesn't think it's weird for a 37-year-old man to perform songs with titles like "Ursula Finally Has Tits." King -- songwriter, vocalist, and guitarist for New Hampshire's the Queers -- is simply another foul-mouthed punk rocker look...

    by Larry Boytano on November 26, 1998
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