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Daily PressTool "10,000 Days" Sony/Volcano For fans of: A Perfect Circle, Deftones, Dream Theater Just when it seemed inconceivable that Tool could tap into another realm of stimulating sophistication, the group returns from five years in some obscure nebula...
MetromixE.B. White's kid-lit classic "Charlotte's Web" goes Hollywood with a bright and shiny, live action-CGI makeover. But even go-to "adorable" actor Dakota Fanning can't make up for the lack of wit and imagination in this holiday release. The story was...
Times Pop Music CriticLOOKING classic-casual in a summer blazer, gray fedora and matching silk scarf, Ne-Yo leaned over his laptop in a West Hollywood recording studio one mid- August afternoon, playing selections from "Year of the Gentleman," his third solo album, out Sept....
Zap2It.comWord was that Guy Ritchie's "Revolver," when first released in Great Britain two years ago, was a return to his neo-gangster roots, a movie more in the "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" vein than "Swept Away," his disastrous effort with wife Madonna....
Mildly diverting and utterly dispensable, "Semi-Pro" stars Will Ferrell as the coach/owner/forward of the Tropics, a Michigan hoops franchise in 1976, the waning days of the American Basketball Association. It was an era of expansive hair, abbreviated...
John Legend's third album, out this week, is titled "Evolver" (Columbia). He's being optimistic. Someone who is evolving (or, if you prefer, growing and progressing) would never make an album as bland as this. Legend - born John Stephens 29 years ago...
Times Staff WriterYou may have heard that the Academy Awards are on tonight, and though the winners will be news in all media, what ultimately lends the Oscars their power is that they're on television. That many viewers of the telecast — viewers all around this...
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Spores explore the dark side That's quite a crowd the Spores assemble onstage: singer-bassist Molly McGuire, guitarist Greg Biribauer and drummer Kenny Pierce, not to mention a cast of set-crashers that includes the Preacher, DJ Tito Zzorro, Stunbunny...
Staff WriterThis year's induction ceremony for the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame was much like the music industry itself: fragmented, seemingly random and only occasionally exciting. Last year's ceremony's paid tribute to the power of British new wave with inductees...
General Field Record of the Year "Don't Know Why," Norah Jones (Jones, Arif Mardin and Jay Newland, producers; Arif Mardin and Jay Newland, engineers/mixers) Album of the Year "Come Away With Me," Norah Jones (Jones, Arif Mardin, Jay Newland and Craig...
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