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The Sound and the Fury
An angry young man struts and frets on the state of music today.

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Focus, Daniel-San
May 17, 2001
A brief and blurry reflection on writer's block and the potential genius of Fred Durst.

Hope Springsteens Eternal
April 12, 2001
I didn't watch The Boss's new HBO special, and someday I might regret that.

For Fans Only
March 22, 2001
An excrutiatingly long account of my third annual SXSW weekend.

The Day the Music Was Reborn
February 22, 2001
Napster is going away and I really don't mind.

Two Sides of the Same Coin
February 8, 2001
One dates a bad boy, one thinks he is a bad boy, but Eminem and Jennifer Lopez are just two heads of the candy-ass beast that is pop music.

The Column That Wasn't
January 25, 2001
Inaugural parties don't mean shit ... and that's just fine by me.

The Passing of the Push Up Bra
January 18, 2001
MTV should have known a former Mousketeer could never be the next Material Girl.

And The Winner Is ...
January 11, 2001
Surprise! Dick Clark put on another crappy award show ... but he didn't do it alone.

Greatest Hits?
January 4, 2001
What do Kriss-Kross and James Taylor have in common? They'd both like you to bend over.

"When Moby recently released the b-sides of his groundbreaking 1999 record 'Play' as a limited-edition double-disc set that included the original album, he proved to even his most arduous defenders that he has sold out. And goddamnit, I hate using that term, but how else do you describe someone who licenses every fucking track on his album to Nike commercials and shitty Leo DeCaprio movie soundtracks, and then insists that his most loyal fans buy it twice to hear the rest of the sessions?"

— Mike Haney
"Greatest Hits?"

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