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  • Grandmaster Clash - Connie Francis meets Nurse with Wound on the unruly turntables of DJ Ts

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    Grandmaster Clash - Connie Francis meets Nurse with Wound on the unruly turntables of DJ Ts

    About this time last year, word began circulating through the local DJ/party community that some Asian kid from Osseo calling himself DJ Slanty-Eyed Art Fuck was the best young turntablist in the nation--or, at least, the weirdest. Few people had a...

    by Michaelangelo Matos on October 21, 1998
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    Birdland Revisited - Thirty-five years ago teen rock like the Trashmen's "Surfin' Bird" caught a wave across the prairies--and rode it into adulthood

    In the brief moment between JFK's assassination and the Beatles' appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, the Trashmen ruled teenage America. These four garage-rockers, hailing from Robbinsdale and Minneapolis, scored a nationwide hit in the fall of 196...

    by Peter S. Scholtes on October 14, 1998
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    Psychotic Reactions - Rock makes an unruly return to the garage with a Rhino reissue of the Nuggets collection

    Quick--hum a few bars of the Electric Prunes' "I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night." If you could, you're one hell of a hummer, since no humdrum pair of lips could reproduce the backward-spiraling buzz of its guitar riff, or the dazed, staggering me...

    by Sally Jacob on October 14, 1998
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    Surf's Up, Ole! - Richfield Shocks, Fridley Shakes, Chaska Rocks

    Soma Records, foremost purveyors of the "foot-stompin'" Twin Cities sound inspired by the Trashmen's "Surfin' Bird," began in 1957 as a polka outfit. Soma owner Amos Heilicher had been a jukebox salesman and a distributor for the fledgling Mercury ...

    by Jon Dolan on October 14, 1998
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    Memories, good and bad

    Next time you wander into a Snyder drugstore for Milk Duds or hair gel, pick up the fine new benefit CD for the Minnesota Lakes chapter of the Alzheimer's Association, Lasting Memories. The album contains the most jarring song sequence you'll ever ...

    by Peter S. Scholtes on October 14, 1998
  • Outkast: Aquemini

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    Outkast: Aquemini

    Outkast Aquemini LaFace MUCH HAS BEEN written lately about hip hop's Southern renaissance. But if you pile up the mass of product coming out of the locales that serve as focal points for the sound of the Dirty South--Houston, New Orleans, M...

    by Chris Herrington on October 14, 1998
  • Tom Zé & various artists

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    Tom Z & various artists

    Tom Z Fabrication Defect Luaka Bop various artists Beleza 2 Luaka Bop WITH THE SAMPLER injecting more weird noises and lite kitsch into pop than ever before, it's not much of a leap for the average American rock fan to embrace an o...

    by Michaelangelo Matos on October 14, 1998
  • Sparks: Plagiarism

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    Sparks: Plagiarism

    Sparks Plagiarism Oglio Records AFTER A 27-YEAR career, the tiny, tough Anglophilic pop band Sparks--Ron and Russell Mael--has released more than 16 records, not counting spin-offs and soundtrack cuts. And if any proto-punk band should be h...

    by Amanda Ferguson on October 14, 1998
  • Black Star: Black Star

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    Black Star: Black Star

    Black Star Black Star Rawkus Records "EVERY DAY SOMEBODY asks me where all the real MCs is at... They underground," Talib Kweli pontificates at the opening of "Hater Players" from Black Star's self-titled debut. It's Kweli's pledge of alleg...

    by Joshua Westlund on October 14, 1998
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    What's the point of going on?

    What's the point of going on? As you must already know, a groundbreaking new radio station called "the Point" has finally made space on the airwaves for neglected acts like the Dave Matthews Band, Barenaked Ladies, and Sheryl Crow. Bucking the ma...

    by Peter S. Scholtes on October 7, 1998
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    Morning Glory

    UNTIL LAST SUMMER, when the Chicago noise band Shellac played host to a punk-rock brunch down at the 7th Street Entry, I thought that I belonged to a very small clique of tinnitus candidates who could tolerate a midmorning dose of loud, live angst....

    by Christina Schmitt on October 7, 1998
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    She's So Usual

    Sarge The Glass Intact Mud The current hand-wringing over the death, or at least dearth, of quality indie rock ignores the opportunities now open for those few remaining skilled practitioners of the craft. Take 22-year-old Elizabeth Elmore an...

    by Keith Harris on October 7, 1998
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    Spinning in Their Graves - Retro punk, retro funk, shoe-gazing tunes, and novelty junk

    Local music has come a long way from the '80s basement demos collected on Barefoot & Pregnant, a just-reissued punk collection. These days, we're nearly buried in slickly packaged local CDs, many of them now well-produced and ready for the radio, i...

    by Peter S. Scholtes on October 7, 1998
  • Alan Jackson: High Mileage

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    Alan Jackson: High Mileage

    Alan Jackson High Mileage Arista WHAT COULD HE have been thinking? "I'll Go On Loving You," Alan Jackson's lead single from High Mileage, has got to be one of the strangest things to hit country radio in years. And, sadly, it fails miserabl...

    by Chris Herrington on October 7, 1998
  • Kahimi Karie, Fantastic Plastic Machine and Zoobombs

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    Kahimi Karie, Fantastic Plastic Machine and Zoobombs

    Kahimi Karie Kahimi Karie Minty Fresh Fantastic Plastic Machine The Fantastic Plastic Machine Emperor Norton Zoobombs Welcome Back Zoobombs! Emperor Norton THOUGH WE CONTINUE to go through the motions, the sad truth is ...

    by Roni Sarig on October 7, 1998
  • Impact All Stars: Forward the Bass: Dub from Randy's 1972-1975

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    Impact All Stars: Forward the Bass: Dub from Randy's 1972-1975

    Impact All Stars Forward the Bass: Dub from Randy's 1972-1975 Blood and Fire "EASY COME DUB," from Steve Barrow's reissue of the mid-'70s reggae classic Forward the Bass, is pure pleasure; it contradicts the theory that dub gratifies gradua...

    by Michaelangelo Matos on October 7, 1998
  • Amy Rigby: Middlescence

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    Amy Rigby: Middlescence

    Amy Rigby Middlescence Koch AMY RIGBY MATERIALIZED in 1996 like an Ancient Mariner in a miniskirt, gripping the unwilling shoulders of young hipsters and prophesying a future of temp drudgery, single motherhood, and the coming of that momen...

    by Keith Harris on October 7, 1998
  • Bis: Intendo

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    Bis: Intendo

    Bis Intendo Grand Royal LIKE THE TELETUBBIES, Bis are a U.K. export aimed at the youth market. Their rhetorical strategy--also like the 'Tubbies-- involves a mind-numbing repetition that tends to drive the grown-ups a little mad. And for all ...

    by Adam S. Goldman on September 30, 1998
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    Pinetop Seven: Rigging the Toplights

    Pinetop Seven Rigging the Toplights Truckstop/Atavistic FLGELHORN? CHECK! TOY piano? Check! Rainstick, marimba, organaire? Got 'em. Walkie-talkie? Why, how could you not have a walkie-talkie in your instrumental arsenal? If a kitchen sink ...

    by Jay Ruttenberg on September 30, 1998
  • Bikini Kill: The Singles

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    Bikini Kill: The Singles

    Bikini Kill The Singles Kill Rock Stars FOR A BAND whose very mission was to smash gender-role stereotypes, Bikini Kill has itself suffered from a whole lot of misconceptions. As soon as Bikini Kill and the riot grrl movement grew too big to ...

    by Joshua Westlund on September 30, 1998
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