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    Good Harvest - Virtual unknowns in America, Wheat finds a bumper crop of fans in Europe

    You've heard it before. If it's not the oldest clich in the business, it's the best-known: "We're big in Europe." "Big in Europe"--a phrase so ancient that it's become a sort of all-purpose joke even to people outside the music industry--means you'...

    by Eric Waggoner on September 21, 2000
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    Hijinks at Trees - Long-overdue debuts

    While we still can't believe someone forgot to stage a reenactment of Turner Van Blarcum's infamous beatdown of Kurt Cobain at Trees (there's a video file of it somewhere on the Internet), we have to say that the club has gone out its way to throw a ...

    by Zac Crain on September 21, 2000
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    Paul McCartney - Liverpool Sound Collage

    It's probably best to begin with an explanation, or an apology, or something. First off, I love The Beatles. Grew up with 'em, thought my dad was a Beatle, etc. But this, this is, well...hmmm...at least Paul McCartney is keeping himself busy. And it'...

    by Jessica Parker on September 21, 2000
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    David Bowie - Bowie at the Beeb: The Best of the BBC Sessions '68-'72

    David Bowie is the Peter Sellers of rock and roll: He's all blank slate, the chameleon who adapts to his surroundings without actually adopting an identity. He commits only to schlock, tailoring the disguise--mod rocker, dickless spaceman, fashion fa...

    by Robert Wilonsky on September 21, 2000
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    Travis - Baby, hit 'em one more time.

    The thing that gets me about Hot Young Glaswegian Rockers Travis is that they've built their highly orchestrated American breakthrough on the backs of 15-year-old girls whose idea of high fashion is the Delia's catalog. When Good Feeling, the band's ...

    by Mikael Wood on September 21, 2000
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    Kids Inc. - The Get Up Kids' independent success is still Something to Write Home About

    The Get Up Kids, it seems, have gotten up. I'm on the phone with singer-guitarist Matt Pryor. He's in Seattle, a few hours before his band's show at Graceland, standing on a bustling street corner in front of the Dionysian bus he and his four bandma...

    by Mikael Wood on September 21, 2000
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    Scene, Heard - Prize Money's back, kinda

    When Prize Money releases its new CD, All Eyes On the Prize, on September 19, it will mark a new beginning for both the band and one of the labels helping to release the disc, etherStream. Prize Money is essentially a retooled and recharged version o...

    by Zac Crain on September 14, 2000
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    Jimi Hendrix - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

    The cynic won't care, the skeptic won't understand, and the true believer will be overwhelmed: Nearly 30 years to the day of Jimi Hendrix's death, here come 56 more unreleased-unavailable-unattainable tracks from a man more prolific in death than in ...

    by Robert Wilonsky on September 14, 2000
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    The 6ths - Hyacinths and Thistles

    After a decade knocking around in relative anonymity with the indie in-crowd, Stephin Merritt lately has joined the ranks of pop music's Who's Who. The superlatives garnered by his band the Magnetic Fields' one-of-a-kind, three-CD musical revue, 69 L...

    by Arnold Pan on September 14, 2000
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    Earth Crisis - Harsh words

    In the modern world, most reasonable people tend to choose lifestyles and opinions based in temperance--you know, tolerance, equality, and all that. You do, however, have your exceptions: For instance, the religious fanatics like the Branch Davidians...

    by Yuval Weber on September 14, 2000
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    Still Alive! - Peter Frampton, the golden god of the 1970s, is, once more, Almost Famous

    It shouldn't be this easy to get Peter Frampton on the phone, but it is: A publicist for DreamWorks Pictures calls, asks if you're interested in talking to the man, and five days later, he's on the other end of the line at the appointed time. Twenty-...

    by Robert Wilonsky on September 14, 2000
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    Name Game - Speedealer learns you can't fight the feeling or a big-name band, but the group is rolling with the changes

    Speedealer has endured its share of hassles, legal and otherwise. First was the cease and desist order, then, the bankruptcy. And tonight, lead singer and guitarist Jeff Hirshberg is trying to shake some unpleasant bug he awoke with this morning, plu...

    by Eric Waggoner on September 14, 2000
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    Circle of Stars - You only think A Perfect Circle is Tool singer Maynard James Keenan's band

    It sure sounds like a good band on paper: A slightly obsessive-compulsive songwriter named Billy with a shaved head and lots of famous musician pals. A singer (also bald) from a dark, foreboding, prog-metal band with a huge underground following that...

    by David Simutis on September 14, 2000
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    Leatherface - Dire and defiant

    Re-emerging after a seven-year hiatus, Sutherland, England's Leatherface, has taken a less political stance on Horsebox; the fist-pumping personal protests match the whiskey-and-gravel vocals of lead singer Frankie Stubbs with the emotional muscle of...

    by Silke Tudor on September 14, 2000
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    Dave Matthews Band - Tireless touring

    The thing I like about the Dave Matthews Band is the same thing I like about Phish and Korn and Aimee Mann and Fugazi: the grass roots, baby. These are guys that have built their fame from the ground, strategically and tirelessly touring for years, l...

    by Mikael Wood on September 14, 2000
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    Out & About - Lucy Pearl

    Lucy Pearl How long before Lucy Pearl's self-titled debut reminds you its members--Raphael Saadiq, Dawn Robinson, and Ali Shaheed Muhammad--made their names with other bands, specifically and respectively, Tony Toni Ton, En Vogue, and A Tribe Ca...

    by Zac Crain on September 7, 2000
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    Out There - Laika

    Laika Good Looking Blues (Too Pure) Laika is the black-clad goth girl you sat next to in high school geometry. She scribbles poetry on the soles of her concert-worn combat boots. Black nail polish is never absent from her unkempt, nibbled nails. Sh...

    by Jessica Parker on September 7, 2000
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    Out & About - Fastball

    Fastball I suspect that the first time Fastball assembled itself in one of its three members' garages, the sparks flew. It's a cinch to see the guys knocking back a couple of cold ones toward the end of a particularly stifling Austin scorcher while...

    by Mikael Wood on September 7, 2000
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    Out & About - Weezer

    Weezer The point of previews like this, if there is one, is to give readers a chance to become listeners, maybe convince someone to go to a show they hadn't considered, or warn them away from one, perhaps. That's what they tell me, anyway: I alwa...

    by Zac Crain on September 7, 2000
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    Folk 'Em - The new Broadside boxed set resurrects the intimacy and immediacy of New York in the 1960s

    Tom Paxton doesn't like to look back too long, for fear of turning to dust that disappears with the slightest gust of hot air. It is OK to glance backwards every so often, he says, but do not stare. Still, for an hour in late August, Paxton is only t...

    by Robert Wilonsky on September 7, 2000
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