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Pretty Scary in Pink
Power-grrrls Cadallaca present a vision of late '50s America reinvented with girls as the protagonists. [01-04-99]
— Stephanie Zacharek, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Mr. Pop
Jonathan Richman is a genuine oddball among pop artists, but he's also a completely modern folk singer, illuminating the ways the ghosts of our culture haunt us. [11-02-98]
— Stephanie Zacharek, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Pop Merchants
Belle and Sebastian's songs are sharply etched miniatures of small-town life, remembrances of the people you knew and hated there. [09-21-98]
— Stephanie Zacharek, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Child's Play?
Adrian Lyne's "Lolita" isn't the daring work it could have been, and that's disappointing -- but no American should have to fly to England to see it. [06-08-98]
— Stephanie Zacharek, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Fetching Sketches
The late Jeff Buckley's two-CD "Sketches" is a rare work in progress. [05-18-98]
— Stephanie Zacharek, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Down Time
What did Smashing Pumpkin James Iha's solo album, "Let It Come Down," do to deserve the nasty notices it received from Spin and Rolling Stone? [02-23-98]
— Stephanie Zacharek, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Dark Mark
Eccentric Mark Eitzel trades on mopiness and self-absorption, but there's also an openness to his vocals that can be touching. [01-20-98]
— Stephanie Zacharek, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Brotherly Love
A compilation CD harvests the best Philly soul from writers/producers Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff. [11-24-97]
— Stephanie Zacharek, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

True Romance
The Replacements retrospective "All for Nothing, Nothing for All" proves the band always expected too much from life and love, not too little. [11-10-97]
— Stephanie Zacharek, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

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