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    "Hey Ho, Let's Go!" - Bring on the punk

    On Friday, October 20, Anderson's Fifth Estate in Scottsdale provided the perfect excuse to pair your ratty old Ramones tee shirt with some leggings at the Pretty Vacant! kickoff party, featuring DJ Marky Ramone. Indie kids, poppy punkers, and oth...

    by Lilia Menconi on November 2, 2006
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    Ghoul Talk - Crazed doughnuts

    In the 1997 Groovie Ghoulies song "Graveyard Girlfriend," bassist/vocalist Kepi sings, "One day I'll lay next to you in a beautiful coffin built for two." And sure enough, according to guitarist Roach, Kepi's graveyard girlfriend actually his wife ...

    by Andrew Marcus on November 2, 2006
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    Bloodshot Eye Candy - Whose alt is it?

    If you followed alt. country's flirtation with finding an audience bigger than the readership of No Depression in the '90s, then you'll need to own the Bloodied But Unbowed: Bloodshot Records Life in the Trenches DVD (Bloodshot), a 31-song celebratio...

    by Ed Masley on November 2, 2006
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    Priestess - Hello Master (RCA Records)

    After watching these longhaired Canucks tear up the stage opening for Nashville Pussy at the Clubhouse Music Venue, I'm convinced they are the most impressive and diverse band in the current wave of retro metal-rock, surpassing such stellar company a...

    by Niki D'Andrea on November 2, 2006
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    Sean Lennon - Friendly Fire (Capitol)

    No rock-star kid ever made a more endearing record than Sean Lennon's 1998 debut Into the Sun, a Double Fantasy for hipsters produced by his Japanese girlfriend, Cibo Matto's Yuka Honda. Taking cues from Tropicalia, cocktail jazz and '90s art-pop, Le...

    by Ed Masley on November 2, 2006
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    My Chemical Romance - The Black Parade (Reprise)

    Don't be fooled by "Welcome to the Black Parade," the first and rather lengthy single off My Chemical Romance's third disc. The entirety of The Black Parade, although obviously ambitious in its influences and concept, doesn't ape Freddie Mercury....

    by Emily Zemler on November 2, 2006
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    Josef K - Entomology (Domino)

    If the first thing that comes to mind when you read the word "Scotland" is haggis-gnawing, lager-swilling soccer hooligans, listening to the rapid-fire tracks on Entomology will make you think again. Dubbed "The Sound of Young Scotland," bands like O...

    by David Mittleman on November 2, 2006
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    Moby - Go: The Very Best of Moby (V2)

    Culminating a decade of spiritually searching dance music and blistering punk rock, Moby made, arguably, the last great album of the 20th century with Play, a brilliant amalgam of old gospel samples and new studio wizardry. At a time when electronica...

    by Tim Grierson on November 2, 2006
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    The Rolling Stones, and Alice Cooper - As good as it gets

    The Rolling Stones and Alice Cooper? Can a classic rock bill even get any better than that? The Stones, of course, are still amazing live, still able to invest a song they've done no fewer than a billion times from "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" t...

    by Ed Masley on November 2, 2006
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    The Cramps - Fresh hell

    Few bands have made the trashy side of rock 'n' roll feel dirtier or more inviting than The Cramps, a psychobilly force of nature with a Ph.D. in EC comics, drive-in movies, striptease sexuality, and the fuzz-guitar genius of Nuggets. With Lux Interi...

    by Ed Masley on November 2, 2006
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    Adrian Belew - A guitar runs through it

    It's tempting to talk about guitarist Adrian Belew only in terms of the company he has kept throughout the past 30 years. He's been a sideman for Zappa and Bowie, was integral in King Crimson v2.0, and played on the best records the Talking Heads, Pa...

    by Christian Schaeffer on November 2, 2006
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    Oh My God - Organ grinders

    If you're gonna have an organ player in your group and call yourselves Oh My God, you could be mistaken for a Christian rock band. So indie trio OMG has this clarification on its MySpace page: "This Chicago rock band is not affiliated with God or Sat...

    by Niki D'Andrea on November 2, 2006
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    Kandieland III - Outside the box

    Remember Candy Land? You know, that ultra-vibrant and ultra-enjoyable confection-laced board game that dominated your childhood and sent you on a jubilant journey traipsing through such realms as the Peppermint Stick Forest or the Molasses Swamp? Thi...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on November 2, 2006
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    Seven Nights of DJs and Dancing - Who's spinning what, where and when

    Thursday 2 Bunkhouse Lounge: DJ Doom (dance) Chilly Bombers: DJ Statik (hip-hop, dance) Club Central: DJ Luis (salsa, merengue) Coconut Club: DJ Coolstylz (Top 40, dance, hip-hop) The Door: DJ J. Nasty (hip-hop, Motown, Top 40) e4: "P...

    on November 2, 2006
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    Have Humor, Will Jam - Stupid in a good way

    The members of Psychostick are explaining how they came to pack a CD as crushingly heavy as We Couldn't Think of A Title with lyrics weighing in on everything from itchy balls to beer and diarrhea when guitarist Josh "Special J" Keys comes clean abou...

    by Ed Masley on October 26, 2006
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    Punk's Not Dead. It's Just Jaded - Corpse ride

    "My house is like a crash pad for aging punk rockers," Keith Jackson tells me over the phone one day. But not just any old aging punk rockers. The singer/guitarist for local punk band Glass Heroes has hung out with some of the most legendary name...

    by Niki D'Andrea on October 26, 2006
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    Hollow Thoughts - Practicing Cursive

    There is a street in Omaha called Happy Hollow. But the characters who live in Cursive's Happy Hollow are fictional Middle Americans dealing with actual Middle American dramas in a tiny rural town where people aren't particularly bright or wealthy. A...

    by Ed Masley on October 26, 2006
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    Jesus H Christ and the Four Hornsmen of the Apocalypse - Jesus H Christ and the Four Hornsmen of the Apocalypse (self-released)

    Go ahead, call them a "novelty act." This nine-member group from NYC is asking for it with songs like "Nipples" (with eloquent lyrics like "Na-uh-na-uh-na-uh-nipples"). But once you've heard "Connecticut's for Fucking," the leadoff track to JHC&tFHot...

    by Niki D'Andrea on October 26, 2006
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    California Dreamin' - One state, two state, red state, blue state

    XrayOk was one of the most promising indie rock/electronica groups in the Valley. Formed in Phoenix in December 2002, the band's self-released first album, Reflex, debuted at No. 158 on the CMJ Music Charts and stayed there for three weeks. At the ti...

    by Niki D'Andrea on October 26, 2006
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    Bodhisattva - Magnetar (Word Up Kid Records)

    Bodhisattva's 20-minute, three-track EP Magnetar may not appeal to those who are prone to popping headache pills whenever they hear time signatures other than the common 4/4. The ambient jazz-metal-indie fusion duo, consisting of guitarist Justin Cor...

    by Steve Jansen on October 26, 2006
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