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Music, Reviewed The Robot Ate Me

The Robot Ate Me

While it may seem like a stretch, the Robot Ate Me has made a charming concept album about racism, genocide, and a Jesus/Hitler fuck session. The San Diego trio's second release is actually a two-disc affair: the aforementioned concept LP,…
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Music, (The Real) Tuesday Weld

(The Real) Tuesday Weld

Some songwriters can't sing about love without the use of noxiously sweet clichés and greeting-card metaphors. Stephen Coates -- aka (The Real) Tuesday Weld -- has a stranger problem. He can't sing about love without pondering death. To wit: his…
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Music, Personal Best

Personal Best

For 11 months out of the year, music writers drift along, listening to new albums, thumbing through old ones, poking around for something odd, exciting, different. Then comes December, and we're suddenly called upon to put the musical experiences of…
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wednesday april 3 Blood Ties William Klein's beautiful and disturbing '50s N.Y. street photos often show boys shooting toy guns and imagining other acts of violence. In the documentary Muhammad Ali, the Greatest, Klein's examination of masculinity shifts to manhood…
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wednesday december 13 Portrait of Oscar Today they're called soundbites, but once upon a time they were epigrams, and Oscar Wilde had a knack for them. "It is an odd thing," Wilde wrote, "but everyone who disappears is said to…
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