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    Other Voices, Other Frooms - Hollywood hit man: Studio genius Mitchell Froom creates a post-rock vaudeville

    Mitchell Froom Dopamine Atlantic Until about 1993, when he began to evidence one of the most distinct production aesthetics of the '90s, Mitchell Froom was like a pop- music version of the Hollywood hack, a successful toiler at work in a city...

    by Jon Dolan on May 20, 1998
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    Public Enemy #6 - Who da man? Duh, The Man: PE takes aim at white male corporate oppression

    Public Enemy He Got Game Def Jam No rapper has ever conflated the success of his career and the interests of his race as stubbornly as Chuck D. The flat response to Public Enemy's Muse Sick-N-Hour Mess Age and Chuck's commercially nonexistent...

    by Keith Harris on May 20, 1998
  • Soul Asylum's Candy from a Stranger - Columbia recording artists Soul Asylum have a new record.

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    Soul Asylum's Candy from a Stranger - Columbia recording artists Soul Asylum have a new record.

    Soul Asylum Candy from a Stranger Columbia MTV recently asked our mutual friend Puffdaddy if he was harboring any plans to beat Nike to the punch by appropriating a little drum 'n' bass. The Plunderer's response: "I'm just waiting for more ...

    by Laura Sinagra on May 6, 1998
  • Goodie Mob: Still Standing

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    Goodie Mob: Still Standing

    Goodie Mob Still Standing LaFace NO DISRESPECT TO the other three MCs of Atlanta's Goodie Mob, but Carlito "Cee-Lo" Green is an emerging hip-hop hero. Where the accomplished, yet generally indistinguishable, trio of Gipp, Khujo, and T-Mo can ...

    by Chris Herrington on April 29, 1998
  • Propellerheads: Decksanddrumsandrockandroll

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    Propellerheads: Decksanddrumsandrockandroll

    Propellerheads Decksanddrumsandrockandroll Dreamworks "IT'S LIKE SOMEONE did a demographic survey to see what might make techno work in Lubbock, Texas," offered a friend when I brought up this acclaimed U.K. duo. He's got a point. On their te...

    by Jon Dolan on April 29, 1998
  • The Gourds: Stadium Blitzer

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    The Gourds: Stadium Blitzer

    The Gourds Stadium Blitzer Munich THE LAMEST THING about '90s roots rockers isn't their hackneyed portrayal of a vaguely understood and gloomily rendered agrarian past but the success their barnyard bathos has garnered. Thirteen years ago the...

    by Jon Dolan on April 29, 1998
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    Soul to Solex - Sole-glo: Elisabeth Esselink smiths a post-pop pap paradise

    Solex Solex vs. the Hitmeister Matador Remember that scene in The Stepford Wives when our housemaking heroine's "thyroid condition" goes haywire and she gets wicked with the kitchen knives? Well, what if she were cutting up records? Listening...

    by Jon Dolan on April 29, 1998
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    A STAR IS (STILL)BORN

    FAIR IS FOUL and foul is fair? Have you heard the curse of the City Pages New Band Poll? Here's the myth: Instead of portending great things for the band that's "picked to click," the poll often pushes the winners off the path to ostensible superst...

    by Christina Schmitt on April 29, 1998
  • The Harder They Come - Rotten to the core: Pulp's Jarvis Cocker (center, with glasses) goes bed-hopping for the working class

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    The Harder They Come - Rotten to the core: Pulp's Jarvis Cocker (center, with glasses) goes bed-hopping for the working class

    Pulp This Is Hardcore Island If there's one thing the British have it's class. No, not style, class--the clear delineation of socioeconomic strata that our Great American Experiment supposedly eradicated through Gallup-driven democracy and ex...

    by Keith Harris on April 15, 1998
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    Ali:Crucial

    Ali Crucial Island THE MANIPULATIVE WHINE of contemporary R&B is a traditionally effective seduction technique that hopeful young loverboys would be foolish to dismiss. But those of us who aren't teenage girls (or are legally past the age o...

    by Keith Harris on April 15, 1998
  • The Bevis Frond:North Circular

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    The Bevis Frond:North Circular

    The Bevis Frond North Circular Flydaddy THOUGH THEIR SOUND is rooted in the late '60s, the Bevis Frond really started in the mid-'80s, when leadman Nick Saloman began releasing a steady stream of records--about a dozen (many of them double ...

    by Roni Sarig on April 15, 1998
  • Aretha Franklin:A Rose is Still a Rose

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    Aretha Franklin:A Rose is Still a Rose

    Aretha Franklin A Rose is Still a Rose Arista SHE'S MORE THAN a great singer. Give or take Sam Cooke, she's merely the best vocalist in the history of American recorded music. But a great singer still needs good songs and the (only) problem...

    by Chris Herrington on April 15, 1998
  • Greatest of E's - Waxing words of wisdom: Let It Be's vinyl expert and club sensation DJ E-Tones

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    Greatest of E's - Waxing words of wisdom: Let It Be's vinyl expert and club sensation DJ E-Tones

    It's 5 in the morning. Three hours ago more than 1,000 ravers were collectively leaving their heads as the energy of riotous dance music damn near launched this dingy St. Paul warehouse into orbit. Now, maybe 200 kids are aimlessly shuffling throug...

    by Michaelangelo Matos on April 8, 1998
  • Ui and Electric Company - Brad Lanier of Electric Company

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    Ui and Electric Company - Brad Lanier of Electric Company

    Ui Lifelike Southern Records Electric Company Studio City Supreme/Island HEY KIDS! CAN'T get work done in the office with alt-rock in the background? Try electronica! Can't get a record deal because your singer is an addict? No worr...

    by D. Strauss on April 8, 1998
  • Semisonic Feeling Strangely Fine

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    Semisonic Feeling Strangely Fine

    Semisonic Feeling Strangely Fine MCA QUIET NOW. A lone male, almost kissing the mic, sings a single note in a breathy half voice. You can't help but want to get close. Padded by delicate plucks on a guitar, the notes take shape and ascend m...

    by Kate Sullivan on April 8, 1998
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    Pere Ubu Pennsylvania

    Pere Ubu Pennsylvania Tim/Kerr PENNSYLVANIA KICKS OFF with a half second of promise. Tom Herman revs his guitar up an octave and any destination seems possible. Unfortunately, soon after, he locks in with the drums and grinds in place with ...

    by Keith Harris on April 8, 1998
  • Olu Dara-In the World from Natchez to New York

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    Olu Dara-In the World from Natchez to New York

    Olu Dara In the World from Natchez to New York Atlantic "I BOUGHT MY arms/On the seven seas," mystic savant Olu Dara moans on his solo debut album, In the World from Natchez to New York, and he's probably not referring to his covert intelli...

    by Jon Dolan on March 25, 1998
  • Queen Pen-My Melody

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    Queen Pen-My Melody

    Queen Pen My Melody Lil' Man/Interscope C'MON, PEOPLE. NOBODY in her right mind bites P.M. Dawn. I mean nobody--least of all a hip-hop newcomer like Queen Pen, whose debut LP is helmed by the market-savvy R&B entrepreneur Teddy Riley. Indee...

    by James Diers on March 25, 1998
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    Gastr Del Sol-Camoufleur

    Gastr Del Sol Camoufleur Drag City WHEN AVANT-GARDE guitar star Jim O'Rourke hooked up with erstwhile punk rocker David Grubbs for Gastr Del Sol's second album, one of the '90s' most fruitful musical partnerships was born. The Chicago-based...

    by Jay Ruttenberg on March 25, 1998
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    Page & Plant-Walking into Clarksdale

    Page & Plant Walking into Clarksdale Atlantic ONE THOUGHT CLOUDS the mind and weighs heavy on the soul of the aging rock god: "Even though I have filled the Megadome in every American city five times over; even though I have shagged every m...

    by Adam S. Goldman on March 25, 1998
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