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Also Out This Week

May 14, 2000

* Apartment 26, "Hallucinating," Hollywood. Singer Biff is the son of Black Sabbath's Geezer Butler.

* Sarah Dougher, "The Walls Ablaze," Mr. Lady. The second album from a fixture on the Northwest indie-rock scene.

* Juliana Hatfield, "Beautiful Creature," Zoe/Rounder. An introspective affair, in contrast with her rocking simultaneous release "Total System Failure."

* Joe Jackson, "Summer in the City," Sony Classical. A live set of Jackson originals and some of his other favorites.

* MxPx, "The Ever Passing Moment," A&M. More pop-punk from that hard-working Seattle-area quartet.

* Phish, "Farmhouse," Elektra. Trey Anastasio takes a leadership role as the new album's co-producer.

* Ray Price, "Prisoner of Love," Buddha/Justice. Country crooner marks 50 years in the business with a new album.

* Carly Simon, "The Bedroom Tapes," Arista. Her first album in nearly five years.

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