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PolyGram

  • Music

    March 16, 2006

    Hank III

    Straight to Hell (Bruc)

  • Music

    June 13, 2002

    Doom Patrol

    High on Fire's Matt Pike talks about Earache and stoner rocket science

  • Music

    August 30, 2001

    Dig A Hole

    When the bass player split, the Toadies split up

  • Music

    June 3, 1999

    Cardboard tombstones

    In the wake of the Ellington 100, lesser zombie boxed sets walk among us

  • Music

    April 15, 1999

    Tripping, not falling

    The Daisy doesn't need a major label to keep making, and selling, its music

  • Music

    April 1, 1999

    Lady sings the Blues

    Chonita "N'Dambi" Gilbert is a back-up singer no more

  • Music

    February 18, 1999

    Budokan rock

    Floor 13 wants you...to want...them

  • News

    February 11, 1999

    Major Mistakes

    Signing to a record label can be bad for a band's health. So why do they keep doing it?

  • Music

    February 4, 1999

    Nothing but static

    Broadcast Data Systems listens to the radio so you don't have to

  • Music

    December 31, 1998

    Homewardsounds

    Picking the best locally made records of 1998 was easy. Who knew?

  • Music

    December 24, 1998

    Listen up

    1998 was not a very good year, but it's still worth the bother

  • Music

    September 10, 1998

    Corporate rock sucks

    Or: Bobgoblin and Centro-matic prove why you should never sign to a record label, big or small

  • Music

    August 13, 1998

    Fake the money and run

    Steve Miller learned everything he knows about music while living in Dallas--but has he forgotten it all?

  • Music

    August 6, 1998

    Back in the game

    At 38, Public Enemy's Chuck D goes 'where no age has gone before'

  • Music

    July 9, 1998

    Run its Course

    A decade later, Course of Empire utters its last words

  • News

    July 2, 1998

    Getting the business

    With the new Jesus Hits Like The Atom Bomb, Tripping Daisy has made the best record of its seven-year career. So what took so long?

  • News

    July 11, 1996

    Accidental Deaths

    Wars between the electronics giants are killing Dallas' independent music stores

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