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  • Mystery 'mat - Here Comes Irregular: The new 7-inch from Grandpa Boy

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    Mystery 'mat - Here Comes Irregular: The new 7-inch from Grandpa Boy

    NO ONE EVER said Prince was the only Minnesota rock icon who could change his name and come out on an indie label. So now we have the artist currently known as Grandpa Boy--who according to online gossip is actually an ex-member of The Replacements...

    by Simon Peter Groebner on June 4, 1997
  • Son Volt - Straightaways

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    Son Volt - Straightaways

    Warner Bros. IN A TIME when erstwhile purists like the Jayhawks are behaving like the Beatles and Will "Palace Music" Oldham is buying beat boxes at junk shops, Jay Farrar tends to come off as something of a prude. His band, Son Volt, is to the i...

    by Brett Anderson on May 28, 1997
  • various artists - Kerouac and In Their Own Voices

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    various artists - Kerouac and In Their Own Voices

    Kerouac--kicks joy darkness (a spoken word tribute with music) Rykodisc In Their Own Voices Rhino IF THIS WERE 1930, the newspaper you are reading would have a poetry page. You would read it after dinner, and then you would pick up a ...

    by Amy Weivoda on May 28, 1997
  • The Velvet Underground - Loaded (Fully Loaded Edition)

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    The Velvet Underground - Loaded (Fully Loaded Edition)

    Rhino LOADED IS A crummy classic. The last and worst studio record by the best American rock band ever, it stands today as the only Velvets album that didn't change your life. Born out of a bad idea--Lou Reed writing hit songs--Loaded aimed...

    by Jon Dolan on May 28, 1997
  • Belle And Sebastian - If You're Feeling Sinister

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    Belle And Sebastian - If You're Feeling Sinister

    The Enclave WITH A NAME like Belle And Sebastian, perhaps you'd expect some precious and terribly earnest duo of harmonizing folk strummers in ruffle shirts. And though you'd be completely wrong about this mysteriously camera-shy seven-piece p...

    by Roni Sarig on May 28, 1997
  • Squeal This CD - Sukpatch: A deal with Mo' Wax and a new hometown.

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    Squeal This CD - Sukpatch: A deal with Mo' Wax and a new hometown.

    THIS YEAR'S LOCAL music compilation to beat is here. Shuffle This (Mohog) is the semi-delayed labor of love from those multitasking staffers at scene zine The Squealer. The 20-act CD begins with a live 1977 Suicide Commandos track and ends with a R...

    by Simon Peter Groebner on May 14, 1997
  • Third Rail - South Delta Space Age

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    Third Rail - South Delta Space Age

    Antilles THIS IS A good, solid, groove-oriented outing. It's also a big disappointment coming from a jazz-funk supergroup you would think was capable of raging bonfires. Third Rail's leader is guitarist James "Blood" Ulmer, whose chunky, convolut...

    by Britt Robson on May 14, 1997
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    Mark Eitzel and Richard Buckner

    Mark Eitzel West Warner Bros. Richard Buckner Devotion and Doubt MCA I HAVE TWO friends named Dan and Roger who, due to a surfeit of testosterone or some other biological quirk, began going bald around the ninth grade. They also...

    by Will Hermes on May 14, 1997
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    Psychedelic Revival

    By the time they got to Terrastock, they were about 600 strong. I mention this up top because in no way could the small but obsessive crowd that gathered in Providence, R.I., last month for three days of peace, love, and modern psychedelic rock be ...

    by Jim DeRogatis on May 14, 1997
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    Music vs. Aids

    A SEASON OF AIDS benefits is upon us, and this year fundraising efforts are involving the local music and arts community more than ever. At the 10th annual Minnesota AIDS Walk on Sunday, May 18, pledge-collecting walkers will convene at Minnehaha P...

    by City Pages Staff on April 30, 1997
  • The Notorious B.I.G. - Life After Death

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    The Notorious B.I.G. - Life After Death

    Arista IN HIP HOP, the definition of "keepin' it real" seems to have changed a great deal over the past decade. For the 16- and 17-year-olds who strut around calling each other punk-ass bitches, dreaming of wearing bowlers and silk shirts and ...

    by Kemp Powers on April 30, 1997
  • Polara - C'est la Vie

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    Polara - C'est la Vie

    Interscope ED ACKERSON WAS more than 10 years into his career as a local bandleader/producer when he ditched his own game plan and came up with Polara, a four-track porch experiment that birthed a buzz band. On C'est la Vie, the group bravely f...

    by Simon Peter Groebner on April 30, 1997
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    Reuben Wilson and Dakota Staton

    Reuben Wilson Blue Mode Blue Note/Rare Groove Dakota Staton I Want a Country Man Beast Retro/Simitar ONE OF THE decidedly minor figures in the fabled Blue Note Records pantheon, funky organist Reuben Wilson nevertheless cut some perc...

    by Tom Surowicz on April 30, 1997
  • Lori Carson - Everything I Touch Runs Wild

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    Lori Carson - Everything I Touch Runs Wild

    Restless LIKE SYD STRAW before her, Lori Carson found an early home for her sweet, expansive singing with Anton Fier's eclectic, revolving-door supergroup the Golden Palominos. Her clear blue vocals cut through songs that were all confusion--tho...

    by Amy Weivoda on April 30, 1997
  • Commercial Rock Radio Still Sucks

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    Commercial Rock Radio Still Sucks

    FOLKS RARELY GIVE the editors at Rolling Stone credit for having their fingers on the pulse of anything beyond their prostates, but Eric Boehlert's "Pop Journal" column in the current issue (with No Doubt on the cover) leads with an appropriately an...

    by City Pages Staff on April 23, 1997
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    Headz 2a by various artists

    Mo' Wax import various artists Headz2b Mo' Wax import SINCE IT RELEASED DJ Shadow's 12-minute trip-hop Leviticus "In/Flux" back in 1993, the London-based label Mo' Wax has become the genre's most important syndicate of sound, the key source...

    by Jon Dolan on April 16, 1997
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    Number One Cup by Wrecked By Lions

    Flydaddy THE MOST SUCCESSFUL graduates of drummer/vocalist Michael Lenzi's great Sweet Pea label, Chicago's Number One Cup are the archetypal '90s indie rock band, four clean-cut, smart (alecky) white guys married to simple, catchy guitar rock (s...

    by Chris Herrington on April 16, 1997
  • Country Girls and City Women by Najat Aatabu

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    Country Girls and City Women by Najat Aatabu

    Istikhara/Rounder IN SEPARATE INCIDENTS a few years back in Oran, Algeria, Islamic fundamentalists gunned down rai singer Cheb Hasni and producer Rasheed Baba Ahmed for the crime of making music that inflamed the dreams and loins of the nat...

    by Will Hermes on April 16, 1997
  • Muggs Presents... The Soul Assassins (Chapter I) by  various artists

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    Muggs Presents... The Soul Assassins (Chapter I) by various artists

    Columbia IN THE GAME of hip-hop, producers have taken MCs' place as rap's glamour position, and everyone's jockeying to be hip-hop's Quincy Jones. However, most recent attempts by producers to create "posse" albums have met with complete failure,...

    by Kemp Powers on April 16, 1997
  • Must've Been High by  Supersuckers

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    Must've Been High by Supersuckers

    Sub Pop SAY YOU'RE A Supersucker, one of four blasphemous Tucson boys who came barreling out of the desert in '91--via Seattle, natch--to preach a raucous gospel of beer, weed and punkabilly. Your last LP, 1995's Sacrilicious, was an obnoxious to...

    by James Diers on April 16, 1997
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