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    Prince - Planet Earth (Sony/BMG)

    If he hadn't choked to death in London's Samarkand Hotel 37 years ago, how many mediocre records would Jimi Hendrix have dropped by now? Stevie...the Stones...Sir Paul...they're all way past the point where any residual genius is still expected. Sin...

    by Miles Marshall Lewis on July 26, 2007
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    Ra Ra Riot - Ra Ra Riot (The Rebel Group)

    The brief untitled debut EP from Syracuse, New York's Ra Ra Riot is but a six-song launch pad, but the band impresses memorably, with strong undercurrents and spirited, intricate arrangements. Two string players cushion surges of energy on this disc...

    by Dominic Umile on July 26, 2007
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    D vs. d

    Moral dilemma: What do you do when one of the bands performing at your newspaper's very own showcase proves disappointing, and you feel compelled to write about it? Compelled, not because you want to be an asshole or because you maintain some inner d...

    by Jonanna Widner on July 19, 2007
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    Good Ol' Bois

    Boi Howdy: Rapper Countri Boi, who was born in Dallas, then moved at the age of 2 weeks to California, then back to Dallas after his folks got worried about his gang lifestyle during his teenage years, has signed to independent label TVT Records. OK,...

    by Jonanna Widner on July 19, 2007
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    Misdirection and Irony - Roy Bennett is a band and a guy and God knows what else

    When asked what disc is currently in his car's CD player, Ben Templeton's expression is one of bemused sincerity. "I listen to me a lot," says Templeton, singer-songwriter and guitarist for Roy Bennett, a relatively new entry into the Dallas music ...

    by Darryl Smyers on July 19, 2007
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    Move Over, MySpace - With friends like these...

    Candee D*Vine wants to be your friend! She's 19, cute, bisexual and "up for anything." If you approve her request, and you probably will, she'll go into the pile with the rest of your "friends," who are more than happy to invite you to check out thei...

    by John Elmwood on July 19, 2007
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    Back in Time - While Centro-matic revisited the past, Sarah Jaffe showed us the future

    I wouldn't call it bad luck, but Friday the 13th seemed to have some strange effect on the space-time continuum. After opening acts Sarah Jaffe and Dove Hunter cleared off the Granada's stage, we were transported back to 2001, when Joe Butcher still ...

    by Jesse Hughey on July 19, 2007
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    Li'l Cap'n Travis - Twilight on Sometimes Island (Glurp)

    From the sound of "My Ship Is Coming In," a smooth-as-silt track near the end of Li'l Cap'n Travis' latest platter, you'd assume the Austin sextet is manning the helm of a yacht-rock revival. You wouldn't be quite right, but only because the band ref...

    by Keith Plocek on July 19, 2007
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    Pelican - City of Echoes (Hydrahead)

    On its third album, Pelican continues its quest to incorporate the best bits of shoe-gaze stoner rock and heavy music--and then flip the bird at the genre conventions of all three. Since debut album Australasia, the Chicago quartet has progressively ...

    by Arielle Castillo on July 19, 2007
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    Spoon - Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga (Merge)

    Five years later, Spoon's 2002 release, Kill the Moonlight, still feels new. In fact, it still has the acute ability to make listeners pace from room to room, clapping their hands, attempting bad imitations of Britt Daniel's raspy croon, wishing ther...

    by Josh Tyson on July 19, 2007
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    Mark Olson - The Salvation Blues (Hacktone)

    After leaving the pioneering roots ensemble the Jayhawks, Mark Olson married singer-songwriter Victoria Williams and retreated to the California desert where he fronted a loose collaborative called The Original Harmony Ridge Creekdippers. Sadly but p...

    by Darryl Smyers on July 19, 2007
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    W.A.S.P., L.A. Guns - Thursday, July 19, at the Palladium

    Feigned ironic excitement and flat-out ridiculing people who never left the Headbangers' Ball are probably the two most common reasons to attend this pairing of less-interesting GN'R predecessor L.A. Guns and shock-rock also-rans W.A.S.P., but there ...

    by Jeremy Martin on July 19, 2007
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    Moth Fight, Ghosthustler, Instruments - Sunday, July 22, at the Cavern

    Somebody call Pitchfork, cuz it's time to believe the hype. Denton's Ghosthustler is the real electronic deal, rolling up scuzzy, evil, synthetic riffs in a big spliff coated in angel dust and blowing them out at the audience. The consequences of att...

    by Jonanna Widner on July 19, 2007
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    Stan Ridgeway - Sunday, July 22, Club Dada

    Although tremendously talented, Stan Ridgeway can be both pretentious and annoying. Such disparagement does not prevent his music from being incessantly interesting however. With a vocal delivery like a James Cagney impersonator, the former leader of...

    by Darryl Smyers on July 19, 2007
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    10 Hands - Saturday, July 21, at Bend Studio

    10 Things About 10 Hands: 1) They've been around since the mid-'80s in various lineup incarnations, though the brilliant Paul Slavens has been a constant throughout the band's tenure. 2) The band began in Denton when members of Slavens' band th...

    by Jonanna Widner on July 19, 2007
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    The Lemurs, The Winter Sounds, The Sky Above - Thursday, July 19, at the Cavern

    The Winter Sounds: Four guys and one gal from Georgia and South Carolina have a debut CD, Porcelain Empire, that's old-fashioned modern rock. Built on chiming guitars, intermittent synths and catchy choruses, there's a dash of emo here and a pinch of...

    by Werner Trieschmann on July 19, 2007
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    What Would Jesus Rap?

    WWJR: We've never had any beef with church or church-goers--it's just that Sunday mornings are mostly good for sleeping, and those pews are even less accommodating than the kitchen floor, which is usually where we find ourselves, frequently facedown,...

    by Andrea Grimes on July 12, 2007
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    Changing Stripes - Tiger Army's Nick 13 finds success writing for himself

    "Any line-up is like a marriage," says Nick 13, leader of Tiger Army and one of the best practitioners of psychobilly. "You hope it will work, and it either does or it doesn't." Speaking from a stop on the Warped Tour, Nick 13 (born Kearney Nick Jone...

    by Darryl Smyers on July 12, 2007
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    Ex-X-Ex - John Doe is more than the old flame of his old band

    John Doe has experienced a few scary things in his day. The former singer for seminal L.A. punk band X was once run off the road and went off a small cliff in Maui while in a rental van with his wife and kids. He also encounters a few rattlesnakes ev...

    by Jon Solomon on July 12, 2007
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    Max Stalling - Topaz City (Blind Nello)

    According to maverick Nashville producer R.S. Field, Max Stalling "reminds me of artists back when I lived in Austin in the '70s who existed outside of any groovy clique but still managed to fill up places like the Broken Spoke, the Split Rail, and G...

    by William Michael Smith on July 12, 2007
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