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|Volume 70, Issue 5,
Friday, August 27, 2004
LIFE & ARTS
filled with variety
As school begins to get going there
are surprisingly few shows this weekend. But don't worry, because there
are some pretty cool ones to check out.
Luminaria's lyrics can't save
its long lullabies
There are only so many sensitive singer-songwriters
who are up to par, but Ian Moore doesn't meet the requirements. His first
album on Yep Roc Records, Luminaria, released earlier this week, is full
of slow love songs that try to mimic the likes of Jack Johnson and John
Mayer, but fail horribly.
Young Buck perfect for local rap
Like any self-respecting Southern
rapper, Young Buck, a Nashville, Tenn., native, had to have some Lil Jon
production and a verse by Ludacris before he put out his solo debut Straight
Recreation a matter of personal
Everyone has his or her own idea of
what is enjoyable and what is terribly unbearable, and people should learn
to respect others' preferences. Everyone has the right to his or her opinion.