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December 16, 2013 | By Randall Roberts
Near the end of the first of Jeff Tweedy's four-night residency at Largo in Los Angeles, the Wilco founder started discussing the set like he was doing a post-game interview.  "There wasn't anything left to give," he wryly observed,  phlegmy and on the verge of a cold with a throat that over the evening had started to break. "I feel like I left my best stuff out there on the field," he added. He was kidding, but the Chicago-based rock/folk/country guitarist and songwriter had a point.
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ENTERTAINMENT
February 23, 2003 | Agustin Gurza; Dean Kuipers; Soren Baker
Molotov "Dance and Dense Denso" (Surco/Universal) *** 1/2 This provocative, witty, sarcastic and ferocious album brings to mind one question: How do you say "parental advisory" in Spanish? The bad boys of Mexican rock are back with a vengeance, slashing and burning through 11 songs peppered with curses in two languages. The saving grace is that this Mexico City quartet is creative even at its crudest. Of course, shocking society is the whole point.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 30, 2011
A roundup of entertainment headlines for Thursday. After 35 days of house arrest, Lindsay Lohan ditches the ankle bracelet and is free. Let the probation begin. ( Los Angeles Times ) Someone won "The Voice" finale. If you read this, you'll know who. ( Los Angeles Times ) The third "Transformers" flick opens strong at the box office, though not as strong as the second film did. ( Los Angeles Times ) Justin Timberlake gets a piece of recently sold Myspace.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 13, 2013 | By Randall Roberts, Los Angeles Times Pop Music Critic
At some point, every enduring musician has to prove his or her worth and silence the doubters. The Beatles first succeeded with "Revolver," the Beastie Boys with "Paul's Boutique," Wilco on "Summer Teeth. " Talking Heads raised the bar with "Fear of Music," Lauryn Hill with "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. " New York band Vampire Weekend's "Modern Vampires of the City" is one of those records, a brave, surprising third effort that's both challenging and confident, catchy but progressive, expertly imagined and executed.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 2, 2003 | Natalie Nichols; Dean Kuipers; Lina Lecaro; Steve Appleford
Erasure "Other People's Songs" (Mute) ** 1/2 Singer Andy Bell knows all there is to know about the crying game. At least the vocal half of this veteran British dance-pop duo sure sounds as if he does on the best of Erasure's quirky new collection of covers. From widely disparate sources, the songs are generally about keeping that romantic torch ablaze, a favorite subject for Bell and his music-making partner, Vince Clarke.
NEWS
April 8, 2004 | From Baltimore Sun and Associated Press
Showing that even freeloaders have a heart, fans of the rock band Wilco have contributed more than $3,500 to the band's favorite charity as a token payment for downloading Wilco's new record off the Internet. The new record, "A Ghost Is Born," won't be released until June 22. But when copies leaked out last month, the band responded in a novel way.
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