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    KMFDM Blows Your Top

    "Day after day, innocent people are being deported, interrogated, and tortured," Sascha Konietzko yells through a bullhorn in KMFDM's "Terror," a track on their most recent album, Nihil. "Fundamentalist forces are undermining the integrity of liberal...

    by Georgina Cardenas on October 26, 1995
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    Got Live If You Want It

    If you think reruns appear only on television, check out what's new on disc. The live album, the creative and lucrative answer to songwriter's block, is saturating CD bins like Michael Jackson's HIStory lesson. Originally pioneered with jazz, li...

    by George Pelletier on October 19, 1995
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    Egg Gets the Yolk

    Among all of nature's marvels, perhaps the egg best symbolizes the paradox of reality. Within a plain, inert, unassuming white shell lies the very stuff of life -- dormant, waiting to break free and have (ahem) a crack at the world. True to its ...

    by Jim Murphy on October 19, 1995
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    Rotations

    Sun 60 Headjoy (Epic) Some people have argued that bands such as Sonic Youth and Urge Overkill, simply by forsaking their indie status and signing with a major label, have made a Faustian pact with the corporate alt-rock devil. But that k...

    on October 19, 1995
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    Rotations

    Tal Ross a.k.a. detrimental vasoline -- Giant Shirley (Coconut Grove Recording Company) Eccentricity has its place in pop music. Come to think of it, pop music may be the only industry in which going off the deep end might be considered a...

    on October 12, 1995
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    Living in the Past

    Al Stewart feels compelled to explain. "They seemed like good ideas at the time," the Scottish-born singer-songwriter says in his delicate and strangely familiar burr. "But I really didn't even particularly care for them then." The "they" in question...

    by David Dudley on October 12, 1995
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    Rotations

    Jorge de la Vega and Carlos Franzetti Astor Piazzolla, a Flute and Piano Tribute (Milan) Astor Piazzolla took tango from the streets of Buenos Aires to the concert halls of the world. To the dismay of Argentina's tango purists, and to the...

    on October 5, 1995
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    While His Guitar Aggressively Weeps

    Paco de Lucia made his unlikely MTV debut earlier this year in Bryan Adams's video "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman," the theme song from the movie Don Juan de Marco. Portraying a wistful guitar player seated quietly among lovers in a dusty tab...

    by Judy Cantor on October 5, 1995
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    You Gotta Have (Percy) Faith

    On their 1993 album, What a Crying Shame, the Mavericks demonstrated just how good feeling bad really can be. Brooding ballads about breakups and lost love, tinted with the retro glow of Buck Owens, George Jones, and Roy Orbison -- and embodied by...

    by George Pelletier on October 5, 1995
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    Rotations

    For Squirrels Example (550 Music/Epic) The knock on For Squirrels -- and I ought to know, because I mouthed it more often than just about anyone else -- always has been that they merely were R.E.M. Jr.: Pete Buck's Murmur-era guitar strum...

    on October 5, 1995
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    Rotations

    Hal Shows Lifeboat (Raven) "Nobody said this would be easy," intones Hal Shows at the beginning of "Pawnish Queen," the second cut on Lifeboat. The line is prophetic, as the Tallahassee-based musician spends much of his self-produced albu...

    on September 21, 1995
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    Unlisted Numbers

    Lord knows how many poor, unsuspecting fools are killed by hidden tracks every year. Think of it -- the late-night lone driver, winding down a mountain highway, happily head-bobbing to the latest CD by his or her favorite band. The final chord of the...

    by Serene Dominic on September 21, 1995
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    Rotations

    Various Artists Desperado: The Soundtrack (Epic Soundtrax) Here's yet another soundtrack that exists comfortably without its companion film A a self-sustaining disc that uses snippets of dialogue (see Pulp Fiction) to underline the effect...

    on September 14, 1995
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    The Devil and Mr. Newman

    Randy Newman's publicist is on the phone one more time apologizing for the delay: Newman wants to do the interview, she explains, but he's locked in a room trying to finish his songs for the upcoming Disney film Toy Story. The first movie made comple...

    by Robert Wilonsky on September 14, 1995
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    Rotations

    Billy Pilgrim Bloom (Atlantic) Andrew Hyra and Kristian Bush, who compose the folk-pop duo Billy Pilgrim, started strumming their acoustic guitars together in Atlanta bars and coffeehouses and are partial to sweet harmonies, so it follows...

    on September 7, 1995
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    'Head Strong

    When divers come up from the depths of the ocean too quickly, they risk getting the bends, a painful and potentially fatal condition caused by having too much nitrogen in the blood. The Bends is also the title of the second album by the English quint...

    by Georgina Cardenas on September 7, 1995
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    Fanfare for the Common Band

    In 1986, I was in a band that played "Runaway." Not the late Del Shannon's early-Sixties teen-angst classic, with that crazy Musitron electric organ solo. No, this was the Bon Jovi song, their first hit, from the self-titled 1984 debut album. "Runawa...

    by David Dudley on September 7, 1995
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    Trane Keeps a-Rollin'

    The music that makes up John Coltrane: Heavyweight Champion -- The Complete Atlantic Recordings, a six-CD boxed set just released on the Rhino imprint, was cut over the course of a relatively brief period of time. Coltrane, fresh from several years s...

    by Michael Roberts on August 31, 1995
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    Rotations

    Bruce Hornsby Hot House (RCA) Since making his baby-grand entrance on the music scene a decade ago, Bruce Hornsby has released a handful of softly melodic albums, most notably The Way It Is, which he recorded with his group, the Range -- ...

    on August 31, 1995
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    Kings of the Road

    The Gipsy Kings were already busting the charts abroad with their Eurotrash favorite, "Bamboleo," when they first hit the United States in 1988. Standing somewhat stiffly in identical black leather pants and patterned blouses, the six husky, dark-...

    by Judy Cantor on August 31, 1995
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