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    THE MOUSE THAT ROARS - WHY YOU SHOULD TRY TO CATCH REGGAE'S EEK-A-MOUSE.

    Reggae original Eek-A-Mouse began wearing costumes long before anyone knew his nom de plume. "I started doing that stuff back in Jamaica," he says of his often outlandish attire. "I'd just walk around town in that kind of stuff and people would t...

    by Joshua Green on November 22, 1995
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    THE LAZY COWGIRLS GET BUSY

    With a new album, a new label and a national tour, Los Angeles punk-rock legends the Lazy Cowgirls seem to be making a major comeback. But there's something wrong with this picture--because the band never really left. "We keep reading about how we br...

    by Brad Jones on November 22, 1995
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    HERE COMES THE FUZZ

    Take heart, garage-rock fans: In this age of platinum-selling punks, Denver's Sissy Fuzz is keeping the do-it-yourself ethos alive. "When we started, we'd just been saying, `Wouldn't it be fun if we were in a band?'" recounts drummer Cincy Woods....

    by Steve Boland on November 22, 1995
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    CRITIC'S CHOICE

    Once Blue, with Lisa Loeb, Friday, November 24, at the Bluebird Theater, is a New York-based duo making its first Colorado appearance. But the approach taken by vocalist Rebecca Martin and guitarist Jesse Harris on their recent EMI debut recording is...

    by Linda Gruno on November 22, 1995
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    PLAYLIST

    Green Day Insomniac (Reprise) In the press biography sent to reviewers with this CD, flack Ben Weasel (a nom de plume, perhaps?) claims that Insomniac "ISN'T a progression, and that's exactly WHY it's so fucking good. I mean, Christ, if the Ramon...

    by John Jesitus on November 15, 1995
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    FOND O' WANDA - WANDA JACKSON, THE QUEEN OF ROCKABILLY, IS READY TO PARTY AGAIN.

    Plenty of people have fantasized about the young, virile, mid-Fifties Elvis Presley. But Wanda Jackson, who can make a persuasive claim for being the first female rockabilly singer, is one of the few who actually dated him. "I know that you've re...

    by Michael Roberts on November 15, 1995
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    TAKING YOUR LUMPS - MEET WON LUMP SOME, THE BEST COLORADO BAND YOU'VE NEVER HEARD OF.

    The bar crawlers gathered at Herman's Hideaway this brisk Friday night in October know exactly what they want: accessible funk grooves, catchy melodies, good-time lyrics and the steady thump-thump-thump-thump associated with the evening's headliner, ...

    by Michael Roberts on November 15, 1995
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    SKUNK ROCK

    Since the mid-Seventies, hardcore British music has been linked to messages of rebellion. But if you think the multiracial quartet Skunk Anansie is upholding traditions established by the Sex Pistols and the Clash, lead singer Skin suggests you think...

    by Joshua Green on November 15, 1995
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    LOVE THAT JOAN

    If Joan Armatrading had the power to do so, she would change one thing about her fans: their number. "They're very hardcore, and they don't give up on me. It's fantastic," she notes. "But I would like, as an artist, for more people to know about what...

    by Linda Gruno on November 15, 1995
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    CRITIC'S CHOICE

    Brutal Juice, with Neurosis and GWAR, Sunday, November 19, at the Ogden Theatre, is not what you'd call a good date band: The name of the quintet's debut for the Interscope imprint--Mutilation Makes Identification Difficult--provides a fairly accurat...

    by Michael Roberts on November 15, 1995
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    HIT PICK

    Slim Cessna's Auto Club and Smokin' Uncle Rumley and the Pork-Boilin' Po' Boys, Thursday, November 16, at the Bluebird Theater, are a one-two punch aimed straight at people who love country music but fear that admitting it puts them just below Pat Bu...

    by Michael Roberts on November 15, 1995
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    ALTERNATIVE TO WHAT?

    The changing nature of rock and roll is mirrored by shifts in its lexicon, and no term associated with the genre exemplifies this characteristic better than "rock and roll" itself. Blacklisted disc jockey Alan Freed is credited with concocting the sl...

    by Michael Roberts on November 15, 1995
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    'VENGING ON GREATNESS

    The 'Vengers, Boulder's premier ska group, don't do much soul searching when it comes to their music. "I think the bottom line is, it's not an attitude thing," says bassist/vocalist Chris "Limey" Welsh. "You get a lot of musicians who stand there and...

    by John Jesitus on November 8, 1995
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    CRITIC'S CHOICE

    The New Bomb Turks, Saturday, November 11, at Mammoth Events Center, with Lag Wagon, Samiam, No Doubt, Pietasters, Teengenerate, Strung Out, Buck-O-Nine, Slapstick and the rest of the participants in the Board As Usual '95 festival, hail from Columbu...

    by Brad Jones on November 8, 1995
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    HIT PICK

    Jux County, with Jonny Rocket, Friday, November 10, at the Bluebird Theater, stars Andy Monley, a performer who understands how the rock-music game is played but chooses to operate by his own set of rules anyhow. And that's good, because his singular...

    by Michael Roberts on November 8, 1995
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    IN THE PINK

    For decades the USSR officially denied its citizens the small pleasures afforded by "decadent" Western rock and roll. But in recent years, pop-culture-starved Russians were subjected to something worse--visits from bland stars such as Billy Joel and ...

    by Steve Boland on November 8, 1995
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    MERCURY RISING

    The last time Mercury Rev guitarist Jonathan Donahue saw Denver, it was in the rear-view mirror of a bus speeding out of town. Flash back to summer 1994 and Mercury Rev's appearance on the second stage at Fiddler's Green as part of the annual Lol...

    by Michael Roberts on November 8, 1995
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    A MORE PERFECT UNION - THE THINKING FELLERS UNION LOCAL 282 BUILDS ITS SOUND FROM THE GROUND UP.

    Hugh Swarts, one fifth of Oakland, California's Thinking Fellers Union Local 282, is having a tough time adjusting to the digital age. In fact, the guitarist/vocalist/percussionist hasn't even purchased his first compact disc player yet. "I'm kin...

    by Brad Jones on November 8, 1995
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    HANDS UP

    The music made by the eclectic quintet Laughing Hands can't be confused with that of most other Denver-area groups: Its folk-meets-worldbeat sound is like an exceedingly enjoyable course in ethnomusicology. But string bassist Tim Cross, who's been pa...

    by Kim Leydig on November 1, 1995
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    THE CHASE IS ON

    At most record stores, Eagle Dances With the Wind, the Canyon Records debut by the Denver-based Native American duo Red Tail Chasing Hawks, is filed in the new-age section. And that's too bad, because, as Hawks pianist James Torres points out, there'...

    by Linda Gruno on November 1, 1995
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