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    Soul Kitschin'

    Soul Coughing Irresistible Bliss (Slash/Warner Bros.) An East Coast slang term for vomiting, Soul Coughing serves well as a name for this 3-year-old NYC quartet that ingests, digests, then regurgitates a stylistic stew of rock, jazz, ambi...

    by Matt Golosinski on July 25, 1996
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    Threat Assessment: godheadSilo - S.O.S. (Save Our Speakers) Intelligence Dossier 396

    godheadSilo is a highly subversive experimental noise-punk duo whose base of operations is Olympia, Washington. Known audio terrorist activities include use of unnaturally low bass frequencies rendered at brutal volume. S.O.S. field operative reports...

    by Brendan Joel Kelley on July 18, 1996
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    Tune Town - Your guide to H.O.R.D.E. White-boy dreads and a hemp-cloth hacky sack are recommended, but no longer required.

    Here's what you've already been told about the H.O.R.D.E. festival: That it's the hippie Lollapalooza. That it's something for Deadheads to follow around this summer now that Jerry's gone. That it's an acronym for "Horizons of Rock Developing Everywh...

    by Roni Sarig on July 18, 1996
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    Pit of Despair

    Skinheads in a mosh pit are like barracudas in a swimming pool--they ruin all the fun, and if you see them coming, the wise move is to hop your ass out of there pronto. I knew better than to stick around when I saw a pack of skins pop from the c...

    by David Holthouse on July 18, 1996
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    Recordings

    The Grifters Ain't My Lookout (Sub Pop) Too often I'll forget a CD in my portable player until I go to put in another disc miles from home. Without the proper jewel on hand, I stash the stray disc in another case for safekeeping. Because ...

    by Roni Sarig on July 18, 1996
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    Dark Riders - Heavy-metal cowboys Pantera don't play none of that "hokey-pokey music"

    "I think the alternative scene is disgusting," says Pantera drummer Vinnie Paul on the eve of his band's new world tour. "I don't know how these bands can feel good about robbing a dead man's grave. To me, every one of them sounds like fucking Nirvan...

    by Lee Howard on July 18, 1996
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    Odelay-ee-ow

    Beck Odelay (DGC) What happens when a white guy from downtown L.A. starts hanging with kitschy Caucasians in Silver Lake? Does he lose his sense of hippity-hop? Does his swagger turn to slack? Does he even know who he is at the end of the...

    by Ted Simons on July 18, 1996
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    Farewell Songs

    Patti Smith Gone Again (Arista) When Patti Smith sang "Jesus died for somebody's sins but not mine" to open the first song on her first album, 1975's Horses, she was an emerging icon, a rail-thin protopunk thumbing her nose at the heavens...

    by Ted Simons on July 11, 1996
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    Playing With the King of Hearts - Suicide Kings stack the deck with roots country for the alt. rock set

    Suicide Kings' two front men look like the kind of guys your daddy warned you not to play poker with. Clad in timeworn cowboy shirts, scuffed, pointy boots and skinny-legged jeans, Bruce Cannole and Dick Taylor stick lit cigarettes in the necks ...

    by Marsha Mardock on July 11, 1996
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    Strange Angel - Laurie Anderson breaks her own rules--again

    "I'm stripping it down," says Laurie Anderson from her Manhattan studio. "I'm going to be the avant-garde of the technological backlash." Anderson speaks of her new live performance piece, "The Speed of Darkness," a program of songs and storytel...

    by David Holthouse on July 11, 1996
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    Skate Free or Die

    I didn't have a very patriotic Fourth of July. I burned most of the morning on a quest for a smut video and the rest of the day flaying my ears with punk rock and dodging skateboards. Let me explain. About a month ago, publicists in L.A. sta...

    by David Holthouse on July 11, 1996
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    Recordings

    The Kelley Deal 6000 Go to the Sugar Altar (Nice Records) There are roughly two kinds of identical twins in the world: Those content to live life as a unit (and perhaps star in Doublemint commercials), and those who separate to carve out ...

    by Serene Dominic on July 11, 1996
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    One Night in Marrakesh

    This year of our Lord is just more than half gone, and what does American pop music have to show for it? The Fugees, a superb second effort from Porno for Pyros and the return of Patti Smith. Those are the only three standouts in my "pro" column. Und...

    by David Holthouse on July 4, 1996
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    Recordings

    Imperial Drag Imperial Drag (Work/Sony) Yet another Jellyfish offshoot, Imperial Drag sounds like it was shipwrecked on a desert island starting in 1970, and the only things that washed ashore for the next five years were cheesy K-Tel alb...

    by Ted Simons on July 4, 1996
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    Bouncer . . . or Agro-bouncer? - Watching the watchmen, getting Unwound, surfing with the aliens in Man . . . or Astroman?

    Revolver Goes to Court One clear thought goes through my head the night of April 30 as I watch three beef cakes in Gibson's security shirts encircle a scared, scrawny kid pinned against a light pole. And that thought is This is a bunch of bullshi...

    by Brendan Joel Kelley on July 4, 1996
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    The Valley Monitor

    The Entertainment Monitor covers the entire country, but so far only two Valley bands have made the grade. The Meat Puppets were awarded a measly "D" for references to amphetamines, but dig the special editor's note about No Joke: "Many of the songs ...

    by Serene Dominic on July 4, 1996
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    Here We Are Now, Scrutinize Us - The Entertainment Monitor sticks its nose in the music business

    In 1968, Johnny Cash's Live At San Quentin cut "A Boy Named Sue" became the first song in Top 40 history to have a cuss word (bitch) bleeped out on the air. Fair enough--while bad words go over big with shackled audiences, no one expected the Man in ...

    by Serene Dominic on July 4, 1996
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    Anal Dementive - Butthole Surfers tone down the insanity on Electriclarryland

    Paul Leary, 39-year-old guitarist for Butthole Surfers, isn't exactly an artiste dedicated to pulling eternal verities from his soul. In fact, the Austin, Texas, musician and studio engineer (Meat Puppets, Supersuckers) sounds like he'd be just as ha...

    by Matt Golosinski on June 27, 1996
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    Weird Science - Brainiac's experimental rock will boggle the mind

    Maybe it's the alien radiation emanating from Hangar 18 at nearby Wright Patterson Air Force Base, or maybe there's just not a whole helluva lot else to do there. For whatever reason, Dayton, Ohio, has burst into one of the most prolific and unlikely...

    by David Holthouse on June 27, 1996
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    Pyro-Gyra

    Porno for Pyros Good God's Urge (Warner Bros.) Porno for Pyros' eponymous 1993 debut reeled under an overdone side-show/carnival atmosphere. Leader Perry Farrell's whiny rasp wailing over neo-funk rhythms and all-around heavy-handed produ...

    by Spence D on June 27, 1996
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