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1/15/08 1:57 PM
 
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We're talking about some major new stuff on this page... it will be fun to explore. Thii is quite the interactive atmosphere...Wow! What is the green 9.0 all about?
 
1/15/08 2:05 PM
 
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That's the rating I gave to the album "Tango: Zero Hour".
 
1/16/08 9:22 PM
 
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When the Mountain Dew machine turned into a robot and went on a rampage,  I found myself thinking "Wouldn't it be awesome if the product placement turned into an evil robot and started killing people -- I'll bet the contract specifies that at no...
 
1/17/08 6:52 AM
 
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I had no trouble with the Autobots calling themselves by names like Bumblebee and Jazz. They did have access to the Internet after all. My problem was with Megatron. He'd been locked in ice for a century. How is it that he spoke English and chose a...
 
1/16/08 8:44 PM
 
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I didn't hate Transformers, the movie. The special effects and performances of Shia LaBeouf and John Turturro kept this from being god-awful.  Instead of insipid and sub-par, the writing and acting from the rest of the cast became slightly...
 
1/15/08 12:40 PM
 
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We gave our souls to this record." —Astor Piazzolla Known in Argentina as "The Great Astor," Piazzolia revitalized traditional tango music with his dynamic compositions and expressive bandoneón artistry. Tango: Zero Hour isn't just an...
 
1/15/08 1:00 PM
 
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"Delaware" by Seattle-based "Awesome" contains songs from their stage show by the same name.  The album's theatrical origins can be glimpsed by the eclectic mix of style and substance throughout the collection of songs.  The boys of Awesome...
 
1/15/08 1:26 PM
 
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Mindless Self Indulgence takes the "Either You Love Them Or Hate Them" axiom to the extreme.  At its core, it consists of a guy named Little Jimmy Urine singing about all matters of perversion in full operatic style over a bizarre mix of metal,...
 
1/15/08 1:47 PM
 
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I bought this on a lark, back when I was a big fan of the anime program "Cowboy Bebop."  I'm still a fan, I suppose, but back then I was crazy about it.  Crazy enough to by a remix album of songs from the show. Surprisingly enough, the music...
 
1/15/08 2:16 PM
 
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The Dead Milkmen were the first all-ages show I ever went to when I was growing up in the midwest.  My sister and I drove 50 miles to St. Louis to watch them play in a small club, and it was totally worth it. This collection is great because I...
 
1/15/08 2:33 PM
 
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You're probably going to hear this from me a lot.  I love compilations of bands that I used to listen to in high school.  Most of the time, my tapes were either taken from my sister or borrowed from friends, and the Pixies were no exception....
 
1/15/08 2:43 PM
 
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I like DJs as much or more than the next person.  It depends on who the next person is.  If it's my dad, then I like them very much more than the next person.  I suppose I sometimes like them less than the next person if the next person...
 
1/15/08 3:13 PM
 
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I became a fan of Subtle's Doseone (Adam Drucker) from his stellar work with Themselves.  He had one of the fastest mouths I had ever heard, and for some reason his lyrics didn't have to rhyme to flow. The music of Subtle is an ideal pavement for...
 
1/15/08 3:29 PM
 
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Liam Lynch may best be known as Olly from the Sifl and Olly show.  He had a breakout hit with his own release of "The United States of Whatever" from the show a few years back.  That song is present on this album, but I think its other...
 
1/15/08 3:41 PM
 
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Joanna Newsom is simply amazing. Her voice is incredibly high, her harp playing is dizzyingly intricate, and her lyrics are disturbing, yet playful. It's like going into your backyard and finding a shoe box filled with old playing cards.  You...
 
1/15/08 4:00 PM
 
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This is a laid back instrumental album of superb quality. Tortoise has created one of the mellowest songs in the world with "Glass Museum" off of this album.  It makes me just want to sit in a comfortable chair while someone else's house burns...
 
1/15/08 4:09 PM
 
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The Return of Dr. Octagon is an amazing second chapter in the life of the character played by rapper Kool Keith (Keith Matthew Thornton). Keith uses Dr. Octagon to swing as far as he can on the weirdness pendulum, and he comes back with gold once...
 
1/15/08 4:21 PM
 
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This is the first of Tom Waits' albums produced by the man himself, and the first that has that dangerous, dusty edge that I've grown to love.  Traces of the "boot-stompin' in the graveyard" feel can be found in Tom's earlier work, but it was...
 
1/15/08 4:31 PM
 
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The Zoobombs are an awesome band from Japan.  They are loud, they are crazy, they are fast.  I have an idea for a television show where a pair of Japanese motorcycle cops get sent to a small town in the Pacific Northwest to fight illegal...
 
1/15/08 4:42 PM
 
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Intense, ethereal, and hypnotic, I found myself unable to give ( ) by Sigur Rós anything less than a perfect 10.  I struggled with this, because the music is incredibly repetitive at times, and I'm a big fan of variety.  That's part...
 
 
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