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Noise of Summer: How 1990s summer jams made us dumberernew

In the days before earbuds, they were the anthems you knew by heart from just walking around town. And they were catchy and smart. But something happened in the 1990s: Summer jams started getting so subnormal, so tweaked to appeal to below-average intellect, that they'd rightly earn their place as sports anthems or become culturally appropriated by Disney.
Metro Times  |  Michael Jackman  |  08-27-2012  |  Music

Dance to the Decades with 1990snew

This homage to the 1980s is uneven, but worth spinning before hitting the clubs.
Tucson Weekly  |  Jarret Keene  |  05-07-2009  |  Reviews

Count Dante Recounts His Seven Years in an Incredibly Strange Fight Clubnew

In his new memoir Beer, Blood, and Cornmeal, Bob Calhoun describes a moment where wrestling grappled with surrealism, and surrealism won out with a suplex powerslam.
Chicago Reader  |  Dan Kelly  |  09-08-2008  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

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