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    Doves - Lost Sides (Heavenly)

    In 1995 a Manchester band called Sub Sub lost everything in a studio fire. The group had a club-friendly hit in "Ain't No Love (Ain't No Use)" and had teamed up with Tricky and New Order frontman Bernard Sumner to create the trippy tunes so popular o...

    by Brooke Foster on December 10, 2003
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    Various Artists - Maybe This Christmas Too? (Nettwerk America)

    Remember those A Very Special Christmas compilations from the late '80s/ early '90s? They were star-studded affairs, with some good (U2, Smashing Pumpkins) and some awful (Wilson Phillips, Extreme) acts contributing to the holiday spirit. The Maybe ...

    by Christian Schaeffer on December 10, 2003
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    Sounds Around Town - Week of December 10, 2003

    Willie Akins: Spruill's, Sat. Albert & the Einsteins: Broadway Oyster Bar, Fri. Tim Albert: Hammerstone's, Mon. Devon Allman: Shanti, Fri. Duane Allman Tribute: Generations, Thu. Corey Anderson/Ying-Yang: Upstairs Lounge, Wed. Ardoin Caju...

    on December 10, 2003
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    Grand Theft Audio - Radar Station discovers the soundtrack to crime

    There's been a lot of talk in St. Louis about car theft recently, including a recent in-depth report from some other local paper. But you aren't going to get the full story from the mainstream media, because those namby-pamby reporters over at the da...

    by Jordan Harper on December 10, 2003
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    Tried and True - Get into a time machine with the Black-Eyed Susies

    On a cool Indian-summer night out on the rolling plains of Missouri about thirty miles west of the Mississippi, four women sat in a circle of wooden chairs playing fiddles, banjo and guitar around a crackling fire of pine twigs and dead oak that perf...

    by John Goddard on December 3, 2003
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    Fade to Black - Jay-Z signs off with The Black Album

    It's not easy getting into Jay-Z's recording home at Bassline Studios, tucked away on West 26th Street in Manhattan. I have to sneak in behind a woman walking into the building, take an elevator to the eighth floor, then knock on a pair of glass door...

    by Mosi Reeves on December 3, 2003
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    The Mary Janes - Thursday, December 4; Off Broadway

    The texture, timbre and tone of Janas Hoyt's voice belongs to every time and to no time at all. As a former co-conspirator of the Vulgar Boatmen (one of alt-country's great also-rans) and current frontwoman for the Mary Janes, Hoyt is among our most ...

    by Roy Kasten on December 3, 2003
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    k.d. lang - Friday, December 5; Sheldon Concert Hall

    When k.d. lang released her first major label album, Angel With a Lariat, she was practically a performance artist, offering ironic commentary on the Nashville countrypolitan styles of the late '50s. Would anybody who last heard her in 1987 recognize...

    by Steve Pick on December 3, 2003
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    Cheer-Accident - Friday, December 5; Creepy Crawl

    Experimental rock bands walk on the edge of a knife. The razor-thin line that leads to transcendent music is easy to fall off of, resulting in either mere noise or self-indulgent wankery. Cheer-Accident (named after a line of Hallmark cards) has fall...

    by Jordan Harper on December 3, 2003
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    Missy Elliott - This Is Not a Test (Elektra)

    Missy Elliott is damned lucky that she can spot a beat and that she hooked up with Timbaland early on, because she sure as hell can't write more than a few clever lyrics in any given song, and most of them have to do with her ass. Sure, those choice ...

    by Randall Roberts on December 3, 2003
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    The Runaways - The Runaways/The Queens of Noise (Cherry Red)

    In the August 1972 issue of Ms., Lester Bangs wrote that "Clearly we need an all-woman rock & roll band that can create the kind of loud, savage, mesmerizing music that challenges men on their own ground." Four years later the Runaways were born, and...

    by Rob Trucks on December 3, 2003
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    Pearl Jam - Lost Dogs (Epic)

    There are certainly worse ways to end a long and fruitful career at a major record label than compiling 31 hard-to-find B-sides, outtakes and other rarities. But it's hard to imagine Pearl Jam, whose decade-plus relationship with Epic Records ends wi...

    by Mikael Wood on December 3, 2003
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    Sounds Around Town - Week of December 3, 2003

    Willie Akins: Spruill's, Sat. Tim Albert: Hammerstone's, Mon. Alias Billy: Louie's Lounge, Fri. and Sat. Alkaline Trio: Pop's, Sun. Corey Anderson/Ying-Yang: Upstairs Lounge, Wed. Jun Arzaga: Faust's, nightly Assorted Nuts: Some Other Pla...

    on December 3, 2003
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    Warsaw Pact House - DJ Sky brings Eastern European flava to the Lou

    The St. Louis Bosnian community is clustered in south city but stretches all over the metro area. Culturally, it reaches even farther, absorbing transplants from its much bigger geographic neighbor, Russia, and the other former Soviet satellites. One...

    by Ben Westhoff on December 3, 2003
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    Ghost of Christmas Music - The Mall is bumped off in favor of "Jingle Bell Rock." Ouch.

    It probably won't pump up my indie cred to admit that I'm going to miss 104.1, "The Mall," the "Hits of the '80s, '90s and Beyond" station that switched over to all Christmas music in November. Sure, part of that may be due to the fact that almost al...

    by Jordan Harper on December 3, 2003
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    The Science - Thursday, November 27; Pageant

    You'll hear it at least once this Thanksgiving: Some relative will lean over you and, with a gravy-smeared smirk, ask, "Gettin' sleepy? It's the turkey, you know. Some chemical called tryptophan." It's a lie. An urban myth. The tryptophan in turkey...

    by Jordan Harper on November 26, 2003
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    Shania Twain - Friday, November 28; Savvis Center

    Popular music is supposed to be outsized, gigantic, awesome, exciting and, yes, larger than life. It exists to take us away from our everyday world and create a fantasy realm where everybody dances more, loves harder, has more sex and, on bad days, f...

    by Steve Pick on November 26, 2003
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    Grand Ulena - Neosho (Family Vineyard)

    Grand Ulena's debut album, Gateway to Dignity, packed as many notes as possible into as small a place as possible. Constructing airtight boxes of opaque, densely clustered music in thick brackets of time required ultimate concentration and preparat...

    by Paul Friswold on November 26, 2003
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    Keoki - Kill the DJ (Cleopatra)

    El Salvador-born and Hawaii-raised, Keoki Franconi -- better known as "Superstar DJ Keoki" (or maybe better recognized as the character That '70s Show's Fez played in the recent movie Party Monster) -- made his big splash further north, in the Big Ap...

    by Alison Sieloff on November 26, 2003
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    Various Artists - Concert for George (Warner Strategic)

    When George Harrison died -- has it been two years now? -- another essential figure of our youth disappeared. Those under 35 may not appreciate how the Beatles were a part of virtually everything that mattered for a few years in the 1960s. Those ove...

    by Steve Pick on November 26, 2003
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