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November 18, 2006 | CASEY DOLAN
"Army of Anyone" Army of Anyone Firm Music Artist info: Richard Patrick's all-too-human vocals (could that be a touch of Yes' Jon Anderson?) soar above the Zeppelinisms, although mercifully not in the traditionally operatic chest-voice fashion. Well-chosen harmonies on choruses and an array of some of the most surprising guitar sounds heard on a commercial rock record this year characterize this descendant of Stone Temple Pilots and Filter.
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March 1, 2007 | Melinda Newman, Special to The Times
ARMY OF ANYONE lead singer Richard Patrick doesn't understand what happened while he was away. "What have these kids done with our beloved rock music? We've come back to these pouty, whiny, crabby little power-punk-pop bands." He believes he and his bandmates are here to help right rock back on its axis.
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March 1, 2007 | Melinda Newman, Special to The Times
ARMY OF ANYONE lead singer Richard Patrick doesn't understand what happened while he was away. "What have these kids done with our beloved rock music? We've come back to these pouty, whiny, crabby little power-punk-pop bands." He believes he and his bandmates are here to help right rock back on its axis.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 18, 2006 | CASEY DOLAN
"Army of Anyone" Army of Anyone Firm Music Artist info: Richard Patrick's all-too-human vocals (could that be a touch of Yes' Jon Anderson?) soar above the Zeppelinisms, although mercifully not in the traditionally operatic chest-voice fashion. Well-chosen harmonies on choruses and an array of some of the most surprising guitar sounds heard on a commercial rock record this year characterize this descendant of Stone Temple Pilots and Filter.
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March 2, 2000 | STEVE APPLEFORD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Richard Patrick's voice is cracking. Really cracking. So maybe the singer-guitarist would rather not be talking right now. He's already bailed out on an afternoon sound check with his band Filter, choosing instead to remain in his hotel suite with his coffee and cigarettes. But he just can't help himself. "The shows are amazing and I have a lot of fun," says Patrick, 31. "But it's been brutal. And every time I open my mouth it feels like my vocal cords are going to fall out."
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January 20, 2000 | RICHARD CROMELIN
* Tickets go on sale Saturday for Filter's March 3 concert, featuring Richard Patrick, right, at the Hollywood Palladium. . . . Peter Murphy will be at the Sun Theatre on March 1, with tickets available Sunday. . . . Tickets go on sale today for a performance by Ryuichi Sakamoto on March 16 at the El Rey Theatre. . . . Coming to the Glass House in Pomona: Home Grown on Feb. 28, Machinehead on March 6 and the Mr. T Experience on March 11. . . .
SPORTS
June 13, 1992 | Associated Press
John Ziegler had no regrets about resigning as NHL president Friday after apparently being pushed out by a group of dissatisfied owners. "Gratitude, not regret, runs through my heart today," Ziegler told the NHL Board of Governors in announcing that he was quitting after 15 years. "I am distinctly privileged to have held one of the most cherished positions in the professional sports world."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 26, 1995
A drunk motorcyclist led police on a half-hour chase across the west San Fernando Valley on Tuesday until he crashed into a car and was tackled by two comedy show promoters and two other bystanders, authorities said. TV helicopters followed the chase, which was broadcast on several stations from beginning to end. The pursuit began as police attempted to stop Richard Patrick Lattanzio, 39, of Canoga Park on his motorcycle for driving 65 m.p.h. on Platt Street near Sherman Way, said Sgt.
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February 5, 1991 | Times researcher Cecilia Rasmussen
The Los Angeles city clerk's office has announced that the following 26 candidates have filed a declaration of intention to run in the April 9 special election--which will coincide with the regular city election--because of the death last December of Councilman Gilbert W. Lindsay. Candidates have until Feb. 6 to collect a minimum of 1,000 signatures of registered voters in their district or pay a $300 filing fee and collect 500 signatures. Descriptions are the candidates' own.
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March 6, 2000 | STEVE APPLEFORD
Richard Patrick is like any good rock fan: He likes all kinds of stuff. Which explains the singer-guitarist's willingness to interrupt Filter's show at the Hollywood Palladium on Friday with several minutes of classic rock riffs by the likes of Van Halen and U2. He seemed to be enjoying himself. It's this same love of variety that has helped Patrick turn Filter into a hard rock band with potential to expand.
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March 2, 2000 | STEVE APPLEFORD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Richard Patrick's voice is cracking. Really cracking. So maybe the singer-guitarist would rather not be talking right now. He's already bailed out on an afternoon sound check with his band Filter, choosing instead to remain in his hotel suite with his coffee and cigarettes. But he just can't help himself. "The shows are amazing and I have a lot of fun," says Patrick, 31. "But it's been brutal. And every time I open my mouth it feels like my vocal cords are going to fall out."
ENTERTAINMENT
March 14, 2003 | David C. Nichols
Corporate ethics collide with history in "The Good Ship Manhattan," receiving its world premiere at 2100 Square Feet. Paul Mullin's dramedy contrasts boardroom ruthlessness with larger global terrors. It begins almost ritually on Gary Smoot's striking abstraction of a high-rise, with hanging strings for walls. As Tim Labor's sound effects provide urban atmosphere, each character delivers dialogue destined to reappear at essential moments.
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May 9, 1995 | JULIO MORAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Canoga Park man was ordered Monday to stand trial on felony charges stemming from a police chase through the west San Fernando Valley last month that was broadcast live on local television. After a brief preliminary hearing in Van Nuys Municipal Court, Judge Robert L. Swasey found sufficient evidence to order Richard Patrick Lattanzio, 39, tried on charges of felony evading arrest, hit-and-run, driving with a suspended license and driving with a blood-alcohol level above .
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