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April 03, 2003
  Rolling like a Red Army train PDF files may take a moment to load

Being on tour for eight months will make a person do two things: miss home and think.

As DJ Vadim nurses a Corona while getting comfortable on the couch, he states the obvious when asked how the tour is going,

"I've been on tour since August," he said. "I'm about ready to go home."

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April 03, 2003
  Beckham scores once againPDF files may take a moment to load

Bend It Like Beckham is a family, cross-cultural, girl-power, inspirational-coming-of-age, romantic, British, comedy sports film. It satisfies all of the stereotypes associated with these genres, but is not painful to watch; rather, it is an entertaining film, though thoroughly predictable.

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April 03, 2003
  Frank BlackPDF files may take a moment to load

Where does one begin when interviewing Frank Black? The man is a musical icon. He's been releasing albums and touring since 1987. He is responsible, if you trace it back far enough, for the surge in popularity of underground music in the early 1990s. He's been the lead creative force behind the Pixies, one of the most influential bands of the last 15 years, and he's been a neglected solo artist.

So where does one begin? As with any artist, you open with a question about the new album. Or in Frank Black's case, albums.

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April 03, 2003
  Sex? No thanks, I'm an artistPDF files may take a moment to load

Last week my brother and I were riding home when a troublesome noise came over the radio. Some poor fellow was singing about taking his clothes off because the club he happened to be in was warm. After listening for several seconds longer than was necessary, I concluded that the song was bad, and requested the station be changed.

"No!" protested our passenger, my brother's young girlfriend, "I like this song!"

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