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    Beercan boys - Pop punkers Pansy Division love sex, so they sing about it. A lot.

    "Let me tell you a Dallas story," says Jon Ginoli, lead singer and guitarist of the San Francisco-based trio Pansy Division. This follows a rather randy observation he called his "San Francisco story" that I promised not to print. "Right now, I'm dat...

    by Jimmy Fowler on March 6, 1997
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    Another dead hero - The gospel according to Bill Hicks

    I was lucky enough to first see Bill Hicks in a comedy club in Austin in the early '80s; he was a fresh voice in a medium already going stale and self-indulgent. Nobody else so perfectly captured the rage that came with having a brain during the Reag...

    by Matt Weitz on February 27, 1997
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    Out Here

    Slouching toward distinction Equus Plebeian Monarchs Carpe Diem Records Like another band on the local Carpe Diem label, Cafe Noir, Plebeian Monarch's music is a reconstitution of familiar melodies. But Plebian Monarch's Equus lacks wha...

    by Matt Weitz on February 27, 1997
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    Roadshows

    The company you keep Few artists move between genres--let alone worlds--with the ease of John Cale. Who else has been featured in a 1963 New York Times article on the performance of an 18-hour-long John Cage avant-classical composition and then, ...

    by Matt Weitz on February 27, 1997
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    The quiet man - Cornell Dupree is the ultimate un-showoff

    He is the king of non-flash guitar, the guitar man on an estimated 2,500 pop and R&B records of the sort where you don't necessarily recall the guitar parts. Cornell Dupree himself can't recall most of his discography, save for some obvious credits: ...

    by Josh Alan Friedman on February 27, 1997
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    Out There

    Slacker's paradise subUrbia Original Soundtrack DGC Records Soundtracks are like Christmas albums: ephemeral, sloppy, overrated. A complete waste of time--plastic and nasty--whereon unknown bands play for unsuspecting moviegoers or esta...

    by Philip Chrissopoulos on February 27, 1997
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    Out Here

    Shed your skin For Those With Contempt Strap Medina Records Word on the street has it that the bright and talented Lone Star Trio committed artistic and commercial suicide by abandoning its roots. Its sudden shift from a bona fide rocka...

    by Philip Chrissopoulos on February 20, 1997
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    Out There

    I Got That Feeling Debbie Davies Blind Pig Records Davies' three-year stint playing guitar for Albert Collins won her blues credibility her otherwise thin gifts would not have gained her. She's a feisty instrumentalist, but her weak voice...

    by Tim Schuller on February 20, 1997
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    Stone free - birch county isn't just another jammed-up hippie band

    "Hey; kids, let's put on a show!" has been a hallowed pop catchphrase since Mickey Rooney played Judge Hardy's sincere but trouble-prone son Andy. Rock 'n' roll reduced the prerequisites to a few instruments, drums, and electrical outlets, and youngs...

    by Matt Weitz on February 20, 1997
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    Roadshows

    Fifty miles of elbow room The movie Tender Mercies is about as evocative a movie about a place (in this case, Texas) as has yet been made; not so much for the acting or story (both of which are excellent), but for the cinematography--particularly...

    by Matt Weitz on February 20, 1997
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    You got another thing comin' - Venal old fraud Pat Boone bellies up to the trough once more with an album of metal covers

    We think long and hard about our culture's infatuation with retro- (both -grade and -spective); it beats thinking about the VISA bill. How much is too much? When does our constant reworking of the past cease to be funny or cute and begin to be genuin...

    by Matt Weitz on February 20, 1997
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    Fish and microchips - Aphex Twin is the enfant terrible of British electronica

    "Classical music for the next millennium," said The New York Times upon the release of Aphex Twin's Selected Ambient Works Volume II in the spring of 1994--a hefty label for a young lad from Cornwall who was only 22 at the time. Richard James--aka Ap...

    by Philip Chrissopoulos on February 20, 1997
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    All this useless beauty - New gay music collections make fancy cultural straitjackets

    Last year I did a phone interview with Scott Thompson, the openly gay co-star of The Larry Sanders Show and founding member of the defunct, much-lamented Kids in the Hall. We'd hooked up to discuss the Kids' celluloid swan song, Brain Candy, but spen...

    by Jimmy Fowler on February 13, 1997
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    The Will Rogers of shred - Andy Timmons never met a style he didn't like

    The concept of the Guitar Hero has left a bad taste in the mouths of critics and music fans ever since punk stressed feeling over technique. America's appreciation for bigger-faster-harder guitar playing has waned ever since, but Dallas' Andy Timmons...

    by Rick Koster on February 13, 1997
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    Out Here

    Pop goes the easel Non Pop-Specific pop poppins Carpe Diem Records It's probably a disservice to the other guys in pop poppins to focus on Broose Dickinson, but he is the group's hyper-creative frontman and guiding light. Pop poppins ha...

    by Matt Weitz on February 13, 1997
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    More better blues - Pat Boyack begins to define himself

    Local bluesman Pat Boyack has fully recovered from an unfortunate bit of confusion last summer when longtime Mike Morgan and the Crawl vocalist-harmonica player Lee McBee decided to stick with (actually, rejoin) Morgan & Co. rather than play with Boy...

    by Matt Weitz on February 13, 1997
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    Roadshows

    You don't know what you've been missin' Popular strummer-about-town Colin Boyd--most recently the author of "Peggy Sue Went Surfin'"--is certainly haunted by Buddy Holly's ghost, but the former Cricket's shade also makes it over to Austin to spoo...

    by Matt Weitz on February 13, 1997
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    Out There

    Sunshine daydream Bombs & Butterflies Widespread Panic Capricorn Records There was quite a bit of foofraw when Phish released Billy Breathes a few months ago. Much was made of the jam-happy group's most convincing foray into the realm o...

    by Matt Weitz on February 13, 1997
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    Shake your mantra maker - Kula Shaker: Brit-pop with an Indian twist

    The axiom that history tends to repeat itself holds particularly true when it comes to music. In the summer of 1969, George Harrison recorded a catchy little tune called "The Hare Krishna Mantra," which soon rose to the top of the British charts. At ...

    by Richard Baimbridge on February 6, 1997
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    House of jazz - Sammons Center for the Arts is home to one of the town's best-kept secrets

    The red brick building sits on the high ground overlooking the intersection of Harry Hines Boulevard and Oak Lawn Avenue like a fortress, accessible only by a curving driveway that flashes past drivers almost before it's perceived. For many it's a ph...

    by Matt Weitz on February 6, 1997
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