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Music, All Shook Down CD Review: Joe Jackson -- Rain

CD Review: Joe Jackson -- Rain

An old favorite, Joe Jackson just came out with a new album. No, not the one that whupped Michael's ass on the daily. The other one. Read the review for Rain, via Phoenix New Times. -- ASD Staff Report…
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Dining, Dish Enchanted

Chard Into Memory

Am I the only one who thinks this country needs a massive dose of ginkgo biloba? First we bomb the crap out of Iraq on the hunt for nonexistent weapons of mass destruction. Then we have a Senior Moment and…
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Music, Reviewed William Shatner

William Shatner

Hey, who ordered the ham on wry? William Shatner, the greatest overactor of our time, returns to recording (you mean you've never heard Capt. Kirk's primal-scream take on "Mr. Tambourine Man"?) with a cutting-edge crew of has-beens-to-be that includes Ben…
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Music, Reviewed Hamell on Trial

Hamell on Trial

Ed Hamell, better known as Hamell on Trial, was loosely affiliated with the '90s miniphenomenon known as anti-folk, the appellation bestowed on singer/songwriters armed with acoustic instrumentation who played and sang with a rough-hewn attitude closer to that of punk…
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Music, House of Tudor House of Tudor

House of Tudor

Like the Rom, most train-hoppers view the past as a bucket of ashes, open to the whim of interpretation and the coercion of need. While the world's greatest spin doctors (journalists and politicians, for example) are reluctant to admit it,…
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The House of Tudor

Aside from guest slots at some progressive clubs, appearances by the "Black Diamond" crew have been distressingly few since the DJs first introduced downbeat and trip hop to San Francisco's club scene in 1995 at the Oddball Lounge. Thankfully, producers…
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