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    Rock of Ages

    Kelly Mason, age sixteen, recalls with glee a recent Christian rock concert she attended. "It was the first time I'd been to a Presbyterian church with a mosh pit," she says, "and you'd step out of the pit and there's blood on the floor. And I'm like...

    by Rafer Guzman on March 5, 1998
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    James Iha Let It Come Down (Virgin) On his first solo release, Smashing Pumpkins guitarist James Iha eschews his band's more wrenching form of heart surgery in favor of the tender Neil Young-style ballads that are often washed down with whi...

    by Curt Hopkins on March 5, 1998
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    Give Them a Break

    While some would argue that there are many jackasses in contemporary music, there's only one elephant butt -- or so I believed for more than three years. In 1994 at the now-defunct Stephen Talkhouse in Miami Beach, completely by accident I saw and he...

    by Nina Korman on February 26, 1998
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    Art for Art's Sake

    Although it's buried near the end of a CD EP and presented as a rough demo, "Happy Hour" may be the song that best explains at least part of the creative drive and artistic aesthetic behind the writing of Everclear auteur Art Alexakis. In it the 35-y...

    by John Floyd on February 26, 1998
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    Jonny on the Spot

    Like a lot of seventeen-year-old boys, Jonny Lang is having trouble waking up. It's almost one o'clock in the afternoon, but Lang sounds groggy, distracted, still lost in dreams. Unlike most seventeen-year-old boys, Lang has a pretty good excuse: He ...

    by Steven Almond on February 26, 1998
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    Horn of Plenty

    Sax player Eric Allison, looking casual yet distinguished in a black jacket, a light-gray collarless shirt with the top button opened, and dark gray slacks, is in a good mood. Heading toward an outdoor table for a pre-gig meal at Sterling Worth Cafe...

    by Larry Getlen on February 19, 1998
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    Groovie Ghoulies Re-Animation Festival (Lookout!) The Donnas American Teenage Rock 'n' Roll Machine (Lookout!) Rock shtick has a short radioactive half-life. For example: When was the last time you listened to late-Eighties Englis...

    by John Lewis on February 19, 1998
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    Rotations

    Various Artists !Ay Califas! Raza Rock: The '70s & '80s (Rhino/Zyanya) To the listening public, new directions in music often seem like Athena sprung fully armed out of ... nowhere. But musicians know better. They've seen, and often adored,...

    by John Floyd on February 12, 1998
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    X-tremely Impressive

    To the uninitiated, the X-ecutioners' preference for the term "turntablists" rather than "DJs" might seem an affectation, or might at least come across as a bit uptight. But this winter, on their first American tour, the New York City crew feels vali...

    by Adam Heimlich on February 12, 1998
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    In Like Flynn

    On January 22 the world watched as the pope homilized in Cuba, but for maestro Frank Emilio Flynn and his friends, the truly historic event was happening on this side of the strait. That night the influential 77-year-old Cuban pianist, whose rhapsodi...

    by Judy Cantor on February 12, 1998
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    Various Artists Good Will Hunting (Capitol Records) Most movie soundtrack albums function more as marketing ploys than coherent musical statements. Songs are either tagged on as blatant record-company favors or used to sell a piece of Holly...

    by Michael Roberts on February 5, 1998
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    Blue Suede Blues

    We're barely into 1998 and, much like the year that preceded it, death has already tainted its arrival, an unfortunate but inevitable continuance of 1997's massive body count. That year was kicked off by the January 1 death of singer-songwriter and c...

    by John Floyd on February 5, 1998
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    You Am I Hourly, Daily (Sire Records) You Am I is a Sydney, Australia, trio that has achieved an oddly impressive distinction during its six-year history: It has somehow managed to build a zealous American fan base without actually releasin...

    by Seth Hurwitz on January 29, 1998
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    The Son Remains the Same

    Night falls loudly on a recent Sunday evening in Riverside, the downtown barrio wedged between the Miami River and Flagler Street. The sizzle of frying food and snatches of Spanish-movie dialogue leak from the windows of faded stucco apartments, as d...

    by Judy Cantor on January 29, 1998
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    Lighten Up Already

    A few weeks ago I was watching MTV, and Kurt Loder was interviewing Marilyn Manson on the subject of Hanson. The esteemed Mr. Manson, unbloodied for the moment but still sporting that corpse-white glow, had this to say: "Those little boys scare me......

    by Keith Lee Morris on January 22, 1998
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    The Hate Parade

    In their classic soul ballad, the Persuaders persuaded pop fans that "there's a thin line between love and hate." In their fine cover of that classic soul ballad, Chrissie Hynde and the Pretenders pretended to agree. But the truth of the matter is th...

    by Ben Greenman on January 22, 1998
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    Metallica Reload (Elektra) Put plainly, Metallica's last album, 1996's Load, made me angry: To see a band that I had always valued for its integrity change its music for what appeared to be commercial reasons was deeply frustrating. But aft...

    by Hobart Rowland on January 22, 1998
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    The Return of Art Rock

    Museums tend to be quiet places, but the silence that gripped the galleries of the Lowe Museum on a recent visit seemed out of sync with the exhibition, "It's Only Rock and Roll." This ambitious if ultimately ungainly effort showcases contemporary ar...

    by Judy Cantor on January 15, 1998
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    Unsung Heroes

    Who do you think of when you hear the song "Dude (Looks like a Lady)"? Regrettably enough, you probably think of Steven Tyler, the scrawny, fat-lipped lead singer of Aerosmith. If someone asked you who wrote the song, you'd probably assume Tyler. One...

    by Nina Korman on January 8, 1998
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    Lisa Loeb Firecracker (Geffen) What's been so refreshing about Lisa Loeb up to now is that she has never tried to sell anyone false goods. Unlike Alanis or Courtney or any of rock's other young women, Loeb never pretended to be angry. Rocke...

    by Martin Johnson on January 8, 1998
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