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September 25, 2000
Dance Fevered

Madonna gets back to where she once belonged -- the dance floor -- and gets by with a little help from her producer friends.

August 28, 2000
Songs From Big Tent

Wyclef Jean and De La Soul court new constituencies on albums packed with guest stars. But while De La Soul parties, Wyclef panders.

June 26, 2000
Classless Clown

Rap upstart Eminem -- a.k.a. Slim Shady -- once played the picked-on white kid. But success has made him slimmer, shadier, and far less fun.

June 19, 2000
For Whom Belle Tolls

Glasgow septet Belle and Sebastian have always made orchestral maneuvers in the dark. On their new album, they get self-conscious about it.

May 29, 2000
Sleater-Kinney
May 29, 2000
Hooked on Classics

Pearl Jam started out angry, became eccentric, and finally ended up as classic rock. Too bad their new album won't stand the test of time.

May 15, 2000
Mmm, Teen-Bop

Teen pop may be the future of the music business, but its marketing -- and sound, in Hanson's case -- owe more to another decade: the fifties.

May 1, 2000
Dusty Springfield

Neil Young sings paeans to Buffalo Springfield as he cashes in on CSNY nostalgia. Of all his musical personas, maybe band member was best?

May 1, 2000
In brief: Fatboy Slim
April 24, 2000
In Brief: XTC
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