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Rage Against the Machine.
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Backbeat Online has the lineup for a free show featuring none other than Rage Against the Machine that's slated to take place during the Democratic National Convention, plus a downloadable tune by the Fire Drills and John Common's tribute to his Mr. T talking key chain. I pity the fool who doesn't give it a listen. The Cat's Pajamas details an impending visit by -- shudder -- Martha Stewart. Over at Cafe Society, Joel Warner reveals where local baristas tell all. And Demver takes you inside the warehouse being referred to as Gitmo on the Platte. Consider it a hard cell. -- Michael Roberts

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