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    WHEN A 4-INCH DISC BEATS A 10-INCH RECORD - SCREED

    Surely, one of the great tragedies of the last four decades is the demise of dramatic radio. Before television arrived to poison and dull the soul of this great nation, radio presented a thinking person's medium, a theatre of the imagination. It wa...

    by Peter Gilstrap on May 11, 1994
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    LISTEN UPMORE CD'S FOR YOUR READING PLEASURE

    Cannibal Corpse The Bleeding (Metal Blade) In the press release accompanying this unrelenting piece of shit, the group's "vocalist" Chris Barnes says the titles of his "songs" tell you exactly what each one is about. He's not kidding; just get a ...

    by Michael Lee Willis on May 4, 1994
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    TAPES IN THE MAIL, VOL. III - SCREED

    You've waited four long weeks for this, I know you have. Yes, it's time again for more local reviews, kids. Get em while they're hot. By the way, I don't know if we're running out of bands that actually have tapes or folks just aren't sending anythin...

    by David Koen on May 4, 1994
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    KNACKROPHELIA LIVES!IF YOU DIDN'T GET THE KNACK THE FIRST TIME AROUND, HERE'S YOUR CHANCE

    "The Knack are back and they're beautiful." So trumpeted the trade ads for the power-pop group's second release, . . . But the Little Girls Understand, way back in 1980. Although that album went on to sell two million copies, it was widely viewed as...

    by Serene Dominic on April 27, 1994
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    STANLEY'S POWER TOOL - GUITARIST JORDAN IS PERHAPS THE BEST IN JAZZ; HIS SONG CHOICE ISN'T

    The most innovative guitarist alive was discovered in 1983 as he played for change on the street corners of Manhattan. Music giants like Frank Zappa and jazzmen Art Blakey and Cecil Taylor were blown away by a 23-year-old Stanley Jordan who radically...

    by Dave McElfresh on April 27, 1994
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    PINK INCARNATIONSSYD AND ROG ARE GONE, BUT THE PROPS REMAIN THE SAME

    When Johnny Rotten first walked into Malcolm McLaren's life, Rotten was wearing a torn Pink Floyd tee shirt with the words "I Hate" in magic marker scrawled all over it. Maybe you're of a similar persuasion these days, even if you own several Floyd a...

    by Serene Dominic on April 20, 1994
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    CHILENO BOYS

    Chileo Boys The Chileo boys pull their fish by the fins in the dirt and sing about the old times and the women they will know, Mariquita and Caras, the girls in the dreams of--the when they will be men. Fish, they sell what they can, what is ...

    by Alberto Rios on April 20, 1994
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    MEET THE BACKBEATLES - SCREED

    What do you want to know about the Beatles? What do you want to know that countless films, documentaries, books, TV shows, plays, albums and articles haven't already told you? The more accurate question, perhaps, is what is there left to know about...

    by Peter Gilstrap on April 20, 1994
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    NKOTB - IF YOU KNOW WHAT THAT STANDS FOR, YOU'RE A 14-YEAR-OLD GIRL. OR ARE YOU?

    Consider the almost surreal hyperbole the Columbia Records biography spews about New Kids on the Block's latest album: The group's members, it reads, "have matured . . . with a razor-sharp musical direction--and a street-savvy edge to their still irr...

    by David Koen on April 20, 1994
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    THE POEM'S THE THINGISRAELI SUPERSTAR DAVID BROZA PUTS HIS MUSIC TO A LOCAL POET'S LINES AND HOPES AMERICA LIKES IT

    When Alberto Ros received a phone call a few years ago from a songwriter who wanted to set his poetry to music, he tossed it off as another "coffee house guitar sort of thing." Sure, Ros said, why not? The nationally acclaimed poet, who teaches at ...

    by Amy Silverman on April 20, 1994
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    BE TRUE TO YOUR STOOL - SCREED

    The recently opened Gibson's in Tempe has a decent sound system, plenty of space and a very bizarre policy at the bar, apparently. Fade to last week: There I was, sitting with a friend at aforementioned establishment, quietly drinking beer and tippin...

    by Peter Gilstrap on April 13, 1994
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    STILL LEMMY AFTER ALL THESE YEARSTHE ENGINE BEHIND MOTORHEAD IS RUNNING ON FULL

    He is a 48-year-old Welshman, known on his birth certificate as Ian Frazer Kilmister. He is a self-declared speed and booze enthusiast who sports long, greasy hair and an iron-cross necklace. He has three magnificent, Lincolnesque moles on his face, ...

    on April 13, 1994
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    COMPACTED DISCSIT'S THAT TIME OF THE MONTH AGAIN

    Combustible Edison I, Swinger (Sub Pop) It had to happen. The one remaining corner in the well-trodden room of pop music has finally been discovered. It was lurking over there behind cool jazz, gathering dust next to Muzak, and it took Boston's C...

    on April 6, 1994
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    MORE TAPES IN THE MAIL

    Another month of mail has found its way into the Screed box, and after sorting through all the gift cheeses, complimentary cases of wine and suspicious packages that tick like an insomniac's heart, I've come up with a gaggle of local submissions. As ...

    by Serene Dominic on April 6, 1994
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    COMPACTED DISCSIT'S THAT TIME OF THE MONTH AGAIN

    Combustible Edison I, Swinger (Sub Pop) It had to happen. The one remaining corner in the well-trodden room of pop music has finally been discovered. It was lurking over there behind cool jazz, gathering dust next to Muzak, and it took Boston's C...

    on April 6, 1994
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    MORE TAPES IN THE MAIL

    Another month of mail has found its way into the Screed box, and after sorting through all the gift cheeses, complimentary cases of wine and suspicious packages that tick like an insomniac's heart, I've come up with a gaggle of local submissions. As ...

    by Serene Dominic on April 6, 1994
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    MORE TAPES IN THE MAIL

    Another month of mail has found its way into the Screed box, and after sorting through all the gift cheeses, complimentary cases of wine and suspicious packages that tick like an insomniac's heart, I've come up with a gaggle of local submissions. As ...

    by Serene Dominic on April 6, 1994
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    COMPACTED DISCSIT'S THAT TIME OF THE MONTH AGAIN

    Combustible Edison I, Swinger (Sub Pop) It had to happen. The one remaining corner in the well-trodden room of pop music has finally been discovered. It was lurking over there behind cool jazz, gathering dust next to Muzak, and it took Boston's C...

    on April 6, 1994
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    THE GOOD OL' BOY FROM NYC - NEWCOMER BOB WODDRUFF PLAYS BY NASHVILLE'S RULES; HE JUST PREFERS THE OLD ONES

    A February issue of Billboard magazine asked, "Is Nashville Ready for Bob Woodruff?" Sure, he's from New York, but he's not the fast-talking, big-city heathen such a query might imply. Woodruff is simply delivering country music so straight down the ...

    by Serene Dominic on March 30, 1994
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    TAKING THE EDGE OFF A GUILLOTINE ACT - SCREED

    Controversy! Intrigue! Censorship! A guillotine! G-strings! A big snake! Keep reading and all of the above will be revealed as we delve into the vexing case of Scott Rowe's Tribute to Alice Cooper versus the Maricopa County Fair. More than a couple ...

    by Peter Gilstrap on March 30, 1994
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