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August 15, 1991 | MIKE BOEHM, Mike Boehm covers pop music for The Times Orange County Edition.
According to Socrates, the unexamined life is not worth living. Suicidal Tendencies has its own corollary to that rule: Leading the examined life means plunging into a deep, dark vat of internal pain. On some songs, front man Mike Muir's inner probes become lost expeditions into confusion. "It's just that I don't know who I am. . . . It hurts so much," he wails in "Emotion No. 13," from the Venice-based punk-metal band's most recent album, "Lights, Camera, Revolution."
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August 15, 1991 | MIKE BOEHM, Mike Boehm covers pop music for The Times Orange County Edition.
According to Socrates, the unexamined life is not worth living. Suicidal Tendencies has its own corollary to that rule: Leading the examined life means plunging into a deep, dark vat of internal pain. On some songs, front man Mike Muir's inner probes become lost expeditions into confusion. "It's just that I don't know who I am. . . . It hurts so much," he wails in "Emotion No. 13," from the Venice-based punk-metal band's most recent album, "Lights, Camera, Revolution."
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February 17, 1991 | JONATHAN GOLD, Jonathan Gold writes about pop music and food for The Times.
On the night war broke out, Suicidal Tendencies was on stage at Cathouse, the Hollywood nightclub most associated with the commercial L.A. rock scene. It was a special, unadvertised show for the club's reopening party. The audience of smooth industry guys and glam-rock followers was markedly different from the usual Suicidal crowd; the pointy shoes and designer leathers in sharp contrast to the low-slung chinos worn by the few friends of the band in attendance.
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February 17, 1991 | JONATHAN GOLD, Jonathan Gold writes about pop music and food for The Times.
On the night war broke out, Suicidal Tendencies was on stage at Cathouse, the Hollywood nightclub most associated with the commercial L.A. rock scene. It was a special, unadvertised show for the club's reopening party. The audience of smooth industry guys and glam-rock followers was markedly different from the usual Suicidal crowd; the pointy shoes and designer leathers in sharp contrast to the low-slung chinos worn by the few friends of the band in attendance.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 26, 1989
More than 100 residents of Pepperwood, a usually quiet, middle-class neighborhood, gathered Wednesday night to seek city action following a shooting in Magnolia Park last week. Members of the Peppertree Homeowners Assn., meeting at Nelson Elementary School, voted to ask the City Council to install all-night security lighting at the city-owned park and to rigorously enforce a 10 p.m. curfew there. Resident Alicia Eppinger, said: "I've lived in Peppertree 17 years; I walk by that park every day.
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