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In Brief

March 23, 1997|Richard Cromelin

* * * The Geraldine Fibbers, "What Part of Get Thee Gone Don't You Understand?," Sympathy for the Record Industry. Marking time until the summer release of its next album, the L.A. band scours the archives for a limited-edition release, consisting of its entire 1994 debut EP, an early single, a demo and live performances. The collection spotlights the hard-core country aspect that was later absorbed into the Fibbers' distinctive rock. Carla Bozulich's vocal on Bobbie Gentry's lurid "Fancy" is alone worth the album's price.

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Albums are rated on a scale of one star (poor) to four stars (excellent).

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