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CD Review Rabby Feeber Disposable Zeros of Rock (Hello Records)

RABBY FEEBER Disposable Zeros of Rock Hello Records Punk is a four-letter word. And while Rabby Feeber is certainly not confined to the punk genre, Disposable Zeros of Rock is a great piece of obscenity. The third release from Rabby, […]

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Ace CD Reviews: Malachai

Malachai I Buy Alcohol For Minors Direct Hit Records On I Buy Alcohol For Minors, Lexington's own Malachai defy all genres. They rock. They boogie. They swing. They throw down in

CD Reviews 1.05.2000 The Speedtrain, Pontius Copilot, South 75, Big Fresh

THE SPEEDTRAIN| Magic | Roll Around | Colonel Keister |Jet Glue Records PONTIUS COPILOT |The Pirate Lights of Pamlico Sound|St. Constance Finds A Friend The latest release from Jet Glue

CD Reviews: The Speedtrain; Pontius CoPilot: Big Fresh; South 75

THE SPEEDTRAIN| Magic | Roll Around | Colonel Keister |Jet Glue Records PONTIUS COPILOT |The Pirate Lights of Pamlico Sound|St. Constance Finds A Friend The latest release from Jet Glue

CD Reviews: Gram Parsons Tribute, the Rioters, Blue Highway

VARIOUS ARTISTS Return of the Grievous Angel: A Tribute to Gram Parsons Almo Sounds Playing what he liked to call “Cosmic American Music,” Gram Parsons’ idiosyncratic and fragile songs managed to

CD Reviews: Alejandro Escovedo, Bourbonitis Blues 5.19.1999

Alejandro Escovedo Bourbonitis Blues Bloodshot Records It's difficult to describe the sheer beauty and raw power of an Alejandro Escovedo record. The songs can range from introspective and soulful ballads

CD Review: Dropkick Murphys, The Gang’s All Here. 5.19.1999

Dropkick Murphys The Gang's All Here Hellcat/Epitaph Records Oh, to be Irish and from Boston. The same culture that spawned the Celtics, House of Pain,and Conan O'Brien has now delivered the

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CD Reviews: Paul K and the Prayers, 5.19.1999

PAUL K & THE PRAYERS Saratoga Alias Records Paul K's formidable singing and songwriting is almost legendary in these parts, and rightfully so. His rock 'n roll elegance is inimitable, sincerity

CD Reviews: Springsteen, Big Head Todd, Meat Beat Manifesto

Bruce Springsteen Tracks Columbia More than twenty-five years after Bruce Springsteen released his first album comes Tracks, a four disc, 66-song, boxed set comprised of primarily unreleased recordings. From the beginning,

CD Reviews: Paul K and the Weathermen. Now and at the Hour of Our Death, Amen

reviewed by Scott Armstrong Paul K and the Weathermen Now and at the Hour of Our Death, Amen (Glitterhouse Records) A quiet Tuesday night at our very own Wrocklage in early February



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