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    Insane Clown Posse

    You couldn't invent a better parody of the brain-dead, testosterone-crazed, wanna-be hip-hop buffoonery that has captured the video-damaged imaginations of the Musicland-shopping-mall suburban pubescentry circa the millennium. Which doesn't mean that...

    by Jim Derogatis on December 9, 1999
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    Wu-Tang forever? - U-God's solo album is only the latest in a series of Wu-Tang Clan misfires

    When the Wu-Tang Clan released its first single, 1993's "Protect Ya Neck," Notorious B.I.G. was still a chubby crack dealer and hip-hop was several years away from civil war. Everyone was high on The Chronic, which had been released the year before: ...

    by Jeff Niesel on December 9, 1999
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    G. Love and Special Sauce

    Bands like G. Love and Special Sauce ain't so special now, as though they ever were. Love and the boys are just another blues-folk-rap trio, a combo too often heard in the form of mediocre white guys fumbling for grace, soul, and wit. It's a concept ...

    by Jessica Parker on December 9, 1999
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    Pop smeared - Japan is the new capital of disposable pop

    Quick, name five Japanese bands. Chances are, some of the more intense music nuts out there might name-check the Boredoms, Pizzicato Five, and Shonen Knife, and some might even recognize Melt-Banana or Guitar Wolf. But the reality of Japanese pop mus...

    by T. Erich Scholz on December 9, 1999
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    Moby

    Moby (Richard Hall) is a hard guy to figure out. Over the course of his career, he has followed a variety of different musical muses and professed a range of beliefs. He says he's a follower of Christ and often writes songs that indirectly praise God...

    by Jeff Niesel on December 9, 1999
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    Pickin' a winner - CMH Records has given '80s faves a musical makeover, whether you like it or not

    Half of my enjoyment of music stems from listening without knowing whether or not I'm going to hate something, while many people are like radio programmers who just want the hits and rarely stray from a chosen format. And unlike most folks, I still o...

    by Serene Dominic on December 9, 1999
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    Lounging around - The Enablers look for a new home

    For a while, it looked as though the death of the Dark Room -- the Green Room's performance space -- would mean the death of The Enablers. After all, the band had been more of a fixture there than the stage, playing every Wednesday for three years. T...

    by Zac Crain on December 9, 1999
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    Net profits - Online music distributors are banking on indie musicians' lack of business savvy

    The Internet is a capitalist's dream come true: Slap up a virtual storefront, talk someone into giving you a product to sell, then sit back and watch the dollars roll in. Everyone's getting involved -- "dot-com" is almost as ubiquitous as "the" these...

    by Emily A. Vander Veer on December 2, 1999
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    Black on the inside - Nocturne learns a new four-letter word

    Call the members of Nocturne "industrial." Call them "hard rock" or "dark wave," whatever that is. Just don't call them Goth -- not to their faces anyway. Pretty much anything else is fine with the group; they're not sure what they are yet, but they ...

    by T. Erich Scholz on December 2, 1999
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    Viva la Vinyl - Crash Vinyl is more than just a gimmick

    Occasionally when Crash Vinyl performs, the band is joined onstage by a pair of young women in bright-colored wigs and tight leather hot pants. The girls writhe around at the front of the stage, much to the delight of the audience -- well, most of it...

    by Zac Crain on December 2, 1999
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    The Groover is gone - When they buried Doug Sahm, they buried Texas music

    SAN ANTONIO -- The crowd was so large that about one-third of the estimated 1,000 mourners had to huddle around an underequipped Peavy speaker outside. But even more impressive than the large turnout at the November 23 funeral of Doug Sahm, who succu...

    by Michael Corcoran on December 2, 1999
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    Marley maul - Yet another "new" disc from everybody's favorite pot smoker

    Probably the only positive thing that can be said about the "new" Bob Marley album, Chant Down Babylon, is that it doesn't include yet another version of "Buffalo Soldier." Assembled by Bob's son Stephen Marley, the disc features digital-age duets be...

    by Zac Crain on December 2, 1999
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    Scene, heard - New releases from Last Beat, Darlington, Centro-matic, and Lift to Experience; Black Sabbath tribute night

    Pleasant Grove and Pinkston will hold a listening party for their respective debut discs on December 8 at The Dark Room. No official release date has been set for either record, but they should both be available (on Last Beat Records) sometime before...

    by Zac Crain on December 2, 1999
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    Out There - Dr. Dre

    Dr. Dre Chronic 2001 (Aftermath/Interscope Records) Dr. Dre is still the best hip-hop producer this side of The RZA or Prince Paul and Dan The Automator; he's among the handful who could almost be called a composer because of his preferen...

    by Zac Crain on December 2, 1999
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    Out Here - Cary Pierce

    Cary Pierce You Are Here (Aware Records) Cary Pierce is the eternal straight man, taking himself so seriously that his every word and gesture are too good to ignore. You Are Here is an early Christmas present, wrapped in lyrics so unabash...

    by Zac Crain on December 2, 1999
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    Kid Rock

    Kid Rock When, in the near future, we look back at the state of "alternative music" circa 1999, the big story will most likely be the emergence of (choose one, since all of these "genres" are equally unsatisfying): aggro, rap-rock, or asshole-rock...

    by Jim Derogatis on December 2, 1999
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    Tripping, falling - Don Berggren remembers the way his son Wes lived... and died

    Wes Berggren and his older brother Andy didn't grow up with many rules and restrictions placed on them. Wes and Andy didn't really need that kind of discipline, and their parents didn't believe in it anyway. Don and Joan Berggren let their sons run a...

    by Zac Crain on November 25, 1999
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    Out There - Beastie Boys

    Beastie Boys The Sounds of Science (Grand Royal/Capitol) For 20 bucks, you can visit beastieboys.com and make your own best-and-rest-of: Pick 40 songs from the available 150 (loads of singles and imports, though not a single one from Lice...

    by Robert Wilonsky on November 25, 1999
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    Out Here - Sara Hickman

    Sara Hickman Newborn (Sleeveless) No doubt about it: Getting dropped from Elektra way back when was the best thing that ever happened to Sara Hickman. If ever anyone doubted that signing to a major label can corrupt even the most well-mea...

    by Robert Wilonsky on November 25, 1999
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    The Buzzcocks

    Late to the Buzzcocks camp, I was the fan who knew of the band's impact long before I ever heard "Orgasm Addict" and thus the fan who wonders why the band would bother to hijack its way back into '90s consciousness. The band's original sound is so pr...

    by Christina Rees on November 25, 1999
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