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read between the lions



i think people should leave the OLP bikering off the list. does anyone like
my new sig?

i don't think it is the end of the world to have people offering EC for
sale on the list, as long as the inquiries are made off the list.

as for east coast hip-hop, i definitely think there is a lack of a strong
unified voice at the ECMAs...but as much as they may do to subpression, i
think that the real problem lies in lack of product. if i am wrong and
there is stuff, then someone should be spreading the news...

also, people in the haltown region from Wednesday, November 12 to Saturday,
November 15 there will be a large kraft dinner cruiser. i don't really know
what that means, but it sounds fun.

my fav can-con release for the year is ron sexsmith's other songs. the only
east coast album that i dug was Sloan's Party Album. i do plan on picking
up the new ETH, however.
non can-con - radiohead's ok computer is pretty neat...and for other
reasons i like Pavement's "Brighten the Corners," Beth Orton's "Trailer
Park," Ween's "The Mollusk," and Negativland's "Dispepsi"

i don't know what it is,
but i cannot really get into
the folk implosions "dare to be surprized"
actually, i think it is the vocals or something...

the end,
Iain
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"Loud introversion is better than standard extroverted explosions, which
was the peculiar
cross for Toronto's Our Lady Peace to bear during its blessedly short
opening set. Apart
from Raine Maida's annoying falsetto whine, the quartet's smooth grooves
are sleep-inducing."
		- Jon M. Gilbertson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.