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November 22, 1997 ~ Vol. 2 No. 30 ~ Issue 79


Lost Somewhere in Country
One of the year's best shows.
Live Review: The Geraldine Fibbers / Miss Murgatroid, the Starfish Room, November 5, 1997

Veil Upon Veil
Using Loverboy's 4-track has obviously been a big influence... NOT!
Interview: Blue Veil, November 1997

A Nice Feminine Whack to the Head
Like you didn't see that one coming!
Live Review: Celestial Magenta / Mecca Normal / The New 1-2, The Brickyard, November 8, 1997

One Welcome Roach
But all the rest of you pests better BEAT it!
Live Review: Roach / Hemant Rao, the Railway Club, October 30, 1997

Single Girl Seeks Boyfriends
Maow's drummer croons the night away.
Live Review: Neko Case and her Boyfriends / Auburn, the WISE Hall, November 8, 1997

Hot, Moist... and Kinda Boring
Their music may be kind of boring, but at least their guitarist is fun to watch.
Live Review: Moist / Holly McNarland, the Orpheum, November 12, 1997

CD Reviews

Harvey Switched - Studio Pimps

Hounds of Buskerville - Self-Titled

John Lennon - Legend: The Very Best of John Lennon

Removal - Untitled

Various Artists - Trainspotting #2

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