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+ Donato Wharton - Body Isolations
+ Svalastog - Woodwork
+ Tim Hecker - Harmony In Ultraviolet
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+ Jarvis Cocker - The Jarvis Cocker Record
+ Múm - Peel Session
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+ Badly Drawn Boy - Born In The U.K.
+ The Hold Steady - Boys And Girls Together
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+ The Places - Songs For Creeps
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+ Wolf Eyes - Human Animal
+ Christina Carter - Electrice
+ The Decemberists - The Crane Wife
+ Junior Boys - So This Is Goodbye
+ Various Artists - Musics In The Margin
+ Rafael Toral - Space
+ Bob Dylan - Modern Times
+ Excepter - Alternation
+ Chris Thile - How To Grow A Woman From The Ground
+ Brad Mehldau - Live in Japan
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+ Various Artists - Touch 25
+ The Mountain Goats - Get Lonely
+ The White Birch - Come Up For Air
+ Camera Obscura - Let's Get Out of This Country
+ Coachwhips - Double Death
+ Various Artists - Tibetan And Bhutanese Instrumental And Folk Music, Volume 2
+ Giuseppe Ielasi - Giuseppe Ielasi
+ Cex - Actual Fucking
+ Sufjan Stevens - The Avalanche
+ Leafcutter John - The Forest And The Sea
+ Carla Bozulich - Evangelista
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+ Peaches - Impeach My Bush
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+ Klee - Honeysuckle
+ The Court & Spark - Hearts
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+ The Moore Brothers - Murdered By The Moore Brothers
+ Regina Spektor - Begin To Hope
+ The 1900s - Plume Delivery EP
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+ Function - The Secret Miracle Fountain
+ Sonic Youth - Rather Ripped
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+ Glissandro 70 - Glissandro 70
+ Calexico - Garden Ruin (Review #2)
+ Calexico - Garden Ruin (Review #1)
+ The Flaming Lips - At War With The Mystics
+ The Glass Family - Sleep Inside This Wheel
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+ The Fiery Furnaces - Bitter Tea
+ Motorpsycho - Black Hole/Blank Canvas
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+ Sondre Lerche And The Faces Down Quartet - Duper Sessions
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"Punk Rock made everything around it irrelevant," Electric Frankenstein lead Sal Canzonieri, who has put together all seven A Fistful of Rock 'N' Roll compilations, writes in the liner notes. "Punk won the war," he concludes. Of course it did — the lawless can't be defeated. What we have is a genre that flourished off the very notion of independence, anti-establishment, DIY, etc. What we have is a genre that, despite its current exploitation (think Blink 182 and their many copycats), will not only win, but live on — even if only to create an alternative to the law-abiding suckers upstairs. Need evidence? Then grab yourself A Fistful of Rock 'N' Roll, because it'll convince any listener that punk rock is not only alive and kicking, but kicking some serious ass. (It will also convince you that the word punk should rightfully be inserted into the title). The Donnas, the Bay Area's all-girl heavy-metal-slash-punk-rock four-piece, lead off the record with "I Didn't Like You Anyway," a guitar-driven, Kiss-influenced track ridiculing a B-O-R-I-N-G boy. Swedish speed-rockers Puffball contribute the high-energy, indiscernible "Matt Walker," while Adam West's "Have Your Way With Me" slows down (relative to punk rock that is) with Motörhead's Lemmy-style singing and metal's evil riffs. With a MC5 influence and some hardcore, dissonant shrieking, Cherry Valence's "99" is very raw and very mean. San Francisco garage-rockers The Blackouts add a more melodic edge with "California." Norway's Retardos contribute racing guitar lines and powerful echoing vocals on their "Born in the Fire," while Les Vipers offer a Cramps angle with surf guitar and haunting vocals. Punk rock displaced the rules set by the mainstream music business (upstairs) and paved the way for young hopefuls to come. Punk invented a new, more viable underground. And all the proof lies right here with A Fistful of (Punk) Rock 'N' Roll.


by Jenny Tatone




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