Monday , 21 April 2014

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Chris and John’s Road Trip!

No need to leave town this summer. Stay home and vicariously enjoy the antics of Chris Carter and John Simpson, here! TV's culture-crashing travel duo, on a cross-country trek. In ...

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Make Love, Not Jihad

Editor's note: Parvez Sharma sat down with OutSmart's Leigh Bell for this interview in June 2008, when he was in Houston for a screening and discussion of A Jihad for Love. Parvez ...

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Beth Orton: Trailer Park (Legacy Edition)

Fans of the jazz-folk singer/songwriter will love this remaster of Orton's 1996 landmark album, which kicks off with the sublime “She Cries Your Name”. Also includes rare B-sides ...

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Bob Mould Life And Times

Mould stays true to his roots, too (mostly) with his ninth solo album since his ska band, Husker Du, debuted 30 years ago. Here, “Argos”, he says, was written for his theoretical ...

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Balloons: Definition of Forever

Calling their sound “homogoth,” this indie rock band is deep, dark, and moody. The title tune is kind of fun with its spoken-word backtrack and acoustic switch, but “Safeword” is ...

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Michelle Malone: Debris

The out blues rocker makes her guitar beg for mercy beginning with the very first cut, “Feather in a Hurricane.” She grabs hold and never lets go, all the way through to the heart ...

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Annie Lennox: The Annie Lennox Collection

Lennox herself chose the former hits found on this freakin' perfect collection. Among the “sisters” who join her on the new “Sing” for women and children with AIDS are Dido, Melis ...

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Erasure: Total Pop! Deluxe Box

If you haven't gotten enough Vince and Andy from the True Colors tours, indulge yourself with this glorious three-disc set of every hit the Brit pop pair has ever squeezed out, li ...

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Cazwell: I Seen Beyoncé at Burger King

The skinny white gay rapper tells the absolutely hysterical story of seeing Sasha Fierce at her favorite fast food place. And at JCPenney. And at the liquor store. Good thing it's ...

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Lily Allen: It’s Not Me, It’s You

The young pop star's second CD takes off like gangbusters with the very first track, “Everybody's at It,” thanks to unrelenting keyboards. But drag queens and activists alike will ...

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