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  • Guitar Wolf: Planet of the Wolves

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    Guitar Wolf: Planet of the Wolves

    Guitar Wolf Planet of the Wolves Matador JAPANESE IMPORTS TEND to traffic in novelty: "They're really cute housewives!" (Shonen Knife); "They yowl in broken English!" (Boredoms); "Their entire album is about food!" (Cibo Matto). Guitar Wolf (...

    by Mack Binelli on November 26, 1997
  • Evolution Radio - Zoning Out: New Zone 105 recruit Brian Oake.

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    Evolution Radio - Zoning Out: New Zone 105 recruit Brian Oake.

    IT'S BEEN EIGHT noisy months since Twin Cities alt-rock jingoists turned their afternoon dials to 105-point-whatever and received a rude awakening like none their Soul Coughing-sculpted minds could have foreseen: a double shot of Van Halen. Whack! ...

    by James Diers on November 19, 1997
  • Altered States - February is for Lovers: Tomorrow is Today bottles a new kind of 'Sota pop.

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    Altered States - February is for Lovers: Tomorrow is Today bottles a new kind of 'Sota pop.

    IT'S A WARM autumn Saturday night at the Music Box Theatre on Nicollet Avenue, and the band February is making the most vivid statement of its short career. It's the CD-release party for February's full-length debut Tomorrow is Today (Carrot Top),...

    by Simon Peter Groebner on November 19, 1997
  • Honky-Tonk Angel No. 638 - Nashville's newest cover girl Shania Twain hits the showroom floor.

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    Honky-Tonk Angel No. 638 - Nashville's newest cover girl Shania Twain hits the showroom floor.

    The whole expression is a celebration of being a woman these days. I think we're kind of spoiled in a lot of ways, with the advantages we have. Feminists may not feel that way, but I do. It's pretty fun to be a woman these days. --Shania Twain ...

    by Jon Dolan on November 19, 1997
  • various Alstons: Family Name

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    various Alstons: Family Name

    various Alstons Family Name Docutrax/Caroline SOMEWHERE ALONG THE line--was it with Saturday Night Fever? The Big Chill? Fast Times at Ridgemont High?--movie soundtracks stopped being incidental musical accompaniment to films and began to ass...

    by Roni Sarig on November 12, 1997
  • Albita: Una Mujer Como Yo

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    Albita: Una Mujer Como Yo

    Albita Una Mujer Como Yo Crescent Moon/Epic THE BIOGRAPHICAL GLITTER wrought by Albita Rodriguez has unfortunately outshined the splendor of her music. In 1993 she caused a political uproar by defecting from Cuba via a casual border stroll fr...

    by Britt Robson on November 12, 1997
  • Pixies: Death to the Pixies

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    Pixies: Death to the Pixies

    Pixies Death to the Pixies Elektra I WASN'T THERE. When the Pixies released Come On Pilgrim I was a teenager, speeding through the Cuyahoga river valley blasting Deep Purple, scouting out the best place to shoot off bottle rockets. I didn't b...

    by City Pages Staff on November 12, 1997
  • Article

    Probable Cause: They On Somethin'

    Probable Cause They On Somethin' Double Up Entertainment UPTOWN IS NOT just a high-rent neighborhood full of white, middle-class yuppies-in-training consumed with an elongated adolescence. It is also full of hip-hop kids, who live to roll wi...

    by James Cook on November 12, 1997
  • Sonic Youth: Slaapkamers Met Slagroom EP

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    Sonic Youth: Slaapkamers Met Slagroom EP

    Sonic Youth Slaapkamers Met Slagroom EP Smells Like WITH ITS DUTCH nomenclature and austere aqua-on-white packaging, the new Sonic Youth EP has the look of a record you might stumble upon during a trip through Central Europe. "Look what I bou...

    by Jon Dolan on November 12, 1997
  • John Coltrane: The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings

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    John Coltrane: The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings

    John Coltrane The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings Impulse! THE MUSIC OF saxophonist John Coltrane exists in the odd position of having its legacy neglected by the same powerful cultural authorities who feel required to pay it lip se...

    by D. Strauss on November 5, 1997
  • Article

    Master P: Ghetto D

    Master P Ghetto D No Limit Records NEW ORLEANS IS pretty safe in the daytime, and when I lived there a few years ago I'd walk around the neighborhoods and talk to people like the folks in the projects on Calliope where Master P grew up. One d...

    by Peter S. Scholtes on November 5, 1997
  • Bergsville Stories

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    Bergsville Stories

    the cast of the play Bergsville Stories Bergsville Stories Sony International IN 1939 A South African singing group called Soloman Linda's Original Evening Birds hit huge with Africa's first 100,000-selling record, "Mbube," or "The Lion." The...

    by Jon Dolan on November 5, 1997
  • Dusty Springfield / Portishead

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    Dusty Springfield / Portishead

    Dusty Springfield The Dusty Springfield Anthology Mercury Records Portishead Portishead Go! Beat/ London IT SEEMS THAT these days everybody's got a stalker. Nonchalantly revealing one's stalkee status is now a socially acceptable way to ...

    by Laura Sinagra on November 5, 1997
  • Soul Power - Taking Care of Business: Anita Ashford minds the counter at Soul Survivor.

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    Soul Power - Taking Care of Business: Anita Ashford minds the counter at Soul Survivor.

    ANITA ASHFORD IS a professional. For years she's owned and operated the only music store on West Broadway that caters to the African American community. Since moving to Minneapolis from East St. Louis five years ago--against the advice of friends w...

    by Christina Schmitt on November 5, 1997
  • Walt Mink 1989-1997

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    Walt Mink 1989-1997

    IT WAS HARDLY a shot heard 'round the indie-rock world, but when news was handed down last month that the stalwart geekadelic trio Walt Mink had finally called it quits, friends and fans in the Twin Cities could be heard swapping fond remembrances ...

    by James Diers on November 5, 1997
  • Sukpatch: Honky-Tonk Operation

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    Sukpatch: Honky-Tonk Operation

    Sukpatch Honky-Tonk Operation Slabco WHO WOULD'VE THOUGHT it: Indie-pop electronica as background for beer commercials? When Land of the Loops' song "Multi Family Garage Sale" showed up in Miller ads, it didn't signal the end of hipster snobb...

    by Christina Schmitt on October 29, 1997
  • Deformo: The Queen Bazaar

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    Deformo: The Queen Bazaar

    Deformo The Queen Bazaar Gourmandizer DEFORMO ARE ARTSY-FARTSY enough to stink up an airplane hangar. Their wigged-out singer yelps and croons like a caffeinated Ned Flanders; their catchiest song is an anti-Anglophile anthem (complete with F...

    by Jon Dolan on October 29, 1997
  • Lifter Puller / Rank Strangers

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    Lifter Puller / Rank Strangers

    Lifter Puller Half Dead and Dynamite No Alternative Rank Strangers Target Veto CRAIG FINN OF Lifter Puller and Mike Wisti of the Rank Strangers have a lot in common. The bands have released new albums recorded in their basements, both g...

    by Simon Peter Groebner on October 29, 1997
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    The Autumn Leaves: Treats and Treasures

    The Autumn Leaves Treats and Treasures Grimsey SOMETIME AROUND 1965 or 1966, there was an idyllic slice of American garage-band history typified by kids who'd just discovered hallucinogens but still had short hair. If that era ever existed, D...

    by Simon Peter Groebner on October 29, 1997
  • Ousia: Why Is That a Four?

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    Ousia: Why Is That a Four?

    Ousia Why Is That a Four? UltraModern "VASSEL MYLER" AND "Architects of Fear," from Ousia's near-impenetrable debut, take wicked drum'n'bass rhythms and bury them deep in walls of distortion and oceans of ambient opacity. Electronic music's f...

    by Jon Dolan on October 29, 1997
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