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    The Thermals - Sunday, June 6; Creepy Crawl

    "Fuckin' A" may be the most wonderfully ridiculous expletive around these days. Is it self-censorship of that unutterable "A"? What is the "A," anyhow? And if it stands for the less-offensive "ass," why not say "Effin' Ass? The Thermals may be the m...

    by Christian Schaeffer on June 2, 2004
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    Tommy Womack with Mike Ireland and Holler - Saturday, June 5; Frederick's Music Lounge

    "I'm from Kentucky, born and raised, on the outside," Tommy Womack writes in a memoir of high school. "But I'm Arkansas as hell inside. I'm not particularly ashamed or proud either way about either one. It's just who I am." Ever since his stint with ...

    by Roy Kasten on June 2, 2004
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    Jerry Garcia - All Good Things (Rhino)

    This boxed set collects all six JG solo studio records, from 1972's Garcia to 1982's Run for the Roses. With the exception of two albums, these often find Garcia in the role of interpretive singer, in large part forsaking the extended jams/improvisat...

    by Mark Keresman on June 2, 2004
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    Kelly Osbourne - Live in London (Sanctuary)

    Let's be blunt. If Kelly Osbourne's father weren't the fucking Prince of Darkness, there is no way she would be allowed anywhere near a stage. Her debut, Shut Up, was full of sugarcoated rock ProTooled into submission, a fact made obvious by this tri...

    by Annie Zaleski on June 2, 2004
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    Sounds Around Town - Week of June 2, 2004

    A Little 2 Horny, Soma & Remedy: Hi-Pointe, Wed. Marty Abdullah: Bar Italia, Mon. Willie Akins: Spruill's, Sat. Tim Albert: Hammerstone's, Mon. Ali & Emily: Llywelyn's Pub-CWE, Fri. Corey Anderson, Flip Lynch & Tolga: Upstairs Loung...

    on June 2, 2004
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    Riverfront Times Music Awards '04

    From a 78-year-old member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame to a twenty-something turntablist, the nominees for the 2004 Riverfront Times Music Awards span age and style -- the one thing they have in common is that they're all from this old city by the...

    on June 2, 2004
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    This Charming Man - Why Morrissey is newly hip among bands that sound nothing like him

    Good Charlotte is one of the biggest bands in the nation right now, a pop-punk quintet that's played the MTV Video Music Awards, graced the cover of Rolling Stone and sold over three million copies of its latest disc, The Young and the Hopeless. To G...

    by Annie Zaleski on May 26, 2004
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    The Factsheet - DOA comes from Straight Outta Nowhere

    The Act: DOA (Deadly On Arrival) The Nut: Another Lou rap duo with its eyes set on the prize, DOA tempers its pop sounds with more seriousness than most mainstream rappers. Talking Points: Rappers Diablo and Chill, both 24, have moved from s...

    by Jordan Harper on May 26, 2004
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    How to Beat Beat Fest - The intrepid clubgoer's guide to Wash. Ave. success

    The ninth Washington Avenue Beat Festival (or Beat Fest, as it's known to people who don't have time to enunciate every little syllable that comes their way) will be shaking up Wash. Ave. (see the time we're saving here?) this Sunday, playing, as it ...

    by Jordan Harper on May 26, 2004
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    Music to Chew To - Just who plays RibFest, anyway?

    You probably already know whether or not you like barbecued ribs, and therefore, whether or not you'll be going to the RibAmerica Fest this Thursday through Monday at the Soldiers Memorial downtown (1315 Chestnut Street). But what musical accompanime...

    by Jason Toon on May 26, 2004
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    Queer Eye for the Country Guy - Cowboy crooners are putting some metro-sex into their rural images

    A few years ago, many people were shocked when Judas Priest lead singer Rob Halford came out of the closet. They shouldn't have been -- after all, Halford had long been roaring onstage on a motorcycle, looking like the biker guy in the Village People...

    by John Nova Lomax on May 26, 2004
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    I Love a Parade - Radar Station hitches a ride with great big rappers

    A two-SUV caravan, one white, one black, crawls down the street. People hang from the open doors, perch on the bumper and hood -- there're at least twelve people attached to the first truck alone, including the huge man with braids and bling sitting ...

    by Jordan Harper on May 26, 2004
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    Maritime - Tuesday, June 1; the Rocket Bar

    It may have taken the power-punk and emo threads of rock longer to follow in their hard-rock cousin's footsteps, but their supergroup formula ( la Audioslave) certainly eclipses the latter in quality and talent. Enter Maritime, a group composed of t...

    by Jess Minnen on May 26, 2004
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    Dale Watson - Saturday, May 29; Off Broadway

    If attempts to define alternative country as a genre are mostly futile, the critics, fans and bands loyal to the music share a single ideology: Nashville sucks. As tiresome as that refrain can be, it's most annoying coming from those only marginally ...

    by Roy Kasten on May 26, 2004
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    Shedding - Thursday, May 27; Dressel's

    "At heart, I'm a pop kind of guy," reveals Connor Bell between sips of Jamieson's and Coke (a favorite of John Lennon's, incidentally). "I guess consonant music is what I naturally do. I'm working with other dissonant stuff, but for whatever reason, ...

    by John Goddard on May 26, 2004
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    The Streets - A Grand Don't Come for Free (Vice)

    The headphone-wearing public was caught by surprise by Mike (The Streets) Skinner's brilliant debut quasi-rap album, Original Pirate Material. The disc is an uproarious celebration of domestic Cockney stoner culture, driven by slippery, variant break...

    by Mike Seely on May 26, 2004
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    Ben Kweller - On My Way (ATO)

    Raised on his parents' record collection, Ben Kweller has lived life as the next big thing since he was fifteen. At that tender age, his band Radish signed a major-label deal with former Nirvana manager Danny Goldberg, with a subsequent glowing profi...

    by Rob Trucks on May 26, 2004
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    The Real Tuesday Weld - I, Lucifer (Six Degrees)

    Men adopt different personas to try to get women to sleep with them, but none is as guileful as the "wounded genius" -- the kind of guy whose illustrious talents have been crushed by love. Londoner Stephen Coates -- a.k.a. the Real Tuesday Weld -- is...

    by Dan Strachota on May 26, 2004
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    D12 - D12 World (Shady Records)

    The posse album is an enduring hip-hop tradition that shows little sign of going away -- no matter how hard we wish it would. No one actually believes that yawnfests from G-Unit, the St. Lunatics or D12 are better than anything issued by the rap supe...

    by Geoff Harkness on May 26, 2004
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    The Descendents - Cool to be You (Fat Wreck Chords)

    Go back in time and destroy every copy of the Descendents' 1982 Milo Goes to College, and the Warped Tour never happens. Because without that record and the band that made it, there would be no blink-182 and, oh, about 100 other bands. They aren't fa...

    by Zac Crain on May 26, 2004
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