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    DJ Krush - Kakusei (Sony International)

    As disciples of meditation and chanting throughout the ages have known, there is a form of change revealed in repetition. So if the modern-day breakbeat is another incarnation of this trance-inducing tradition, then the DJ must be the master who brin...

    by Kevin Crouse on November 18, 1999
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    Keith Jarrett - The Melody at Night, With You (ECM)

    The jazz musician who doesn't improvise is the chef who doesn't cook, the writer who lays down his pen, the ballplayer on the bench. Nonetheless, the famously quirky (and infamously temperamental) jazz pianist Keith Jarrett has decided to go straight...

    by Bill Gallo on November 18, 1999
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    Voodoo Glow Skulls - i>xitos al Cabrn(Grita!)

    Like a Mexican wrestler bouncing Ricky Martin's overexposed face off the pop-cultural turnbuckle, this siren (and sometimes ambulatory) call of Latin speed metal is one bruisin' dose, hombre, a full throttle mosh-fiesta of punk, funk, ska, hardcore a...

    by John La Briola on November 18, 1999
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    Superfly in the Ointment - What's wrong with a good old-fashioned pimp party?

    Overheard on the sidewalk outside of the Cosmo Lounge last Thursday during the early portion of a night dubbed "The Pimp & Ho Ball": "Dude, this place blows." Truly, the young man who made that comment just might not have been down with the LoDo ...

    by Laura Bond on November 18, 1999
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    Critic's Choice - Scene & Heard

    Gang Starr, Wednesday, November 24, at the Denver Coliseum with Rage Against the Machine, has masterfully honed its jazz-leaning hip-hop during the ten years of its career. Led by Guru (for Gifted Unlimited Rhymes Universal) and DJ Premier, the formi...

    on November 18, 1999
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    Hit Pick - Scene & Heard

    Colemesis, Friday, November 19, at the Bluebird Theater with Moore, Drudgery and Dope, is not a band name most people in the area are yet familiar with. And attempting to learn something about them can prove a difficult task, but not because their br...

    on November 18, 1999
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    Strategic Thinking - Metal label Game Two bends record-industry rules.

    The members of New Orleans's Southern atomic sludge lords, Sour Vein, have just about all the ammunition they need to become extreme-rock superstars in the next millennium. For beginners, they boast an impressive pedigree: Guitarist Liz13 once served...

    by Brad Jones on November 11, 1999
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    Not Bryan's Songs - Roxy Music veteran Bryan Ferry sets the way-back machine for the 1930s.

    As career moves go, Bryan Ferry's new disc is as quizzical as they come. After all, 1994's Mamouna, his last album, didn't set sales charts aflame, and in the five years since then, his extremely limited public activity has allowed the ardor of even ...

    by Michael Roberts on November 11, 1999
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    Rock and Roll for Dummies - A recently exhumed handbook reveals the secrets to playing music and staying happy.

    Wanna know how come no one paints his or her favorite band's name on the back of a denim jacket anymore? It's not because blue jean-jackets are out of style -- it's that rock bands are. No kidding. There ain't a group out there worth cracking out t...

    by Serene Dominic on November 11, 1999
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    Playlist - Primus, The Go, At the Drive In, Method Man/Redman

    Primus AntiPop (Interscope) Yeah, Primus Sucks. There are bumper stickers, T-shirts, even www.primussucks.com to support this stupid battle cry, and the band could suck harder than an atomic horse leech before some of its longstanding faithfu...

    on November 11, 1999
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    Boulder Rocks - Plans are in the works for a musical retrospective of the People's Republic.

    As a former entertainment editor for Boulder's Colorado Daily, Leland Rucker is perhaps among a handful of people qualified to compile a thorough history of the town's rock-and-roll history. At least that's what the Boulder Arts Commission might hav...

    by Laura Bond on November 11, 1999
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    Critic's Choice

    Philadelphia's Bardo Pond, Wednesday, November 17, at the 15th St. Tavern, creates a big noise, wall-of-sound schizophrenia that you can withstand without nurturing a bottle of Thorazine. Unlike most of its peers in the genre, the self-taught ensembl...

    on November 11, 1999
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    Hit Pick

    The sci-fi musical comedy The Incredible Comeback of Frankie Pera runs Friday nights through November at the Mercury Cafe. It's Reno by way of Roswell when the charismatic Pera, played by dramatist Mike Chappelle, takes the stage. For the next two ho...

    on November 11, 1999
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    Master of His Domain - With 404 Not Found, Todd Bradley creates computer music that's simply eclectrifying.

    Musician Todd Bradley's friends aren't the people in your neighborhood. Instead of kicking back on a modulated sofa with a cold can o' Coors, they'd prefer to chat on the Internet about WAV files, audio compression and the most current analog-to-digi...

    by Laura Bond on November 4, 1999
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    For Krist's Sake - Krist Novoselic has more to talk about than his days in Nirvana.

    Most right-wingers would expect a punk rocker like bassist Krist Novoselic to burn flags. Instead, he waves them. Half of the rhythm section that made Nirvana run, Seattle-based Novoselic hasn't turned his back on music since guitarist/vocalist Kur...

    by Michael Roberts on November 4, 1999
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    Cocked and Loaded - British punk pioneers the Buzzcocks invade America -- again.

    Even for those who were more into Speed Racer and Toughskins than the Sex Pistols when they invaded America, there was a time when the prospect of stage-diving into middle age wasn't so far-fetched. But the problem with so much punk rock (Suicidal Te...

    by Thomas Peake on November 4, 1999
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    Animal Instincts - The Pet Shop Boys maintain their pop pedigree with a new album and tour.

    Andy Warhol once wrote, "A person is entitled to the lighting they need." It's a philosophy the Pet Shop Boys seem to have taken to heart throughout the two-decade span of their careers as dance-music innovators. The Boys peaked during the synth-pop ...

    by Jenny Shank on November 4, 1999
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    A Bad Rap - Terrell Davis throws down some rhymes, but can't complete the play.

    In the spirit of a surge of satirical acts performing around the area in recent and coming weeks (The Monsters of Mock at the Bluebird; the Aerosmith cover band Walk the Line at the Soiled Dove on Halloween; Neil Diamond impersonator Super Diamond at...

    by Laura Bond on November 4, 1999
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    Critic's Choice

    Dead Moon, Wednesday, November 10, at the 15th Street Tavern, is Fred, Toody and Andrew, three Portland-based fifty-somethings who started gigging together around the time most of their current fans purchased their first Bugaloos LP. But don't let th...

    on November 4, 1999
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    Hit Pick

    Trump Mother Jones, Friday, November 5, and Saturday, November 6, at the Soiled Dove, is a seven-man band whose players dedicate their skills as studied musicians to pure, unapologetic funk. Five of the seven are graduates of various Colorado music p...

    on November 4, 1999
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