Volume 96, Issue 75
Wednesday February 12, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Wednesday Febuary 12, 2003 - 12:50 p.m.

MOVIE REVIEW: Shanghai Knights
Chan and Wilson bring the action in Knights


Jackie Chan's movies are generally just excuses to film a few breathtaking action scenes, so anything above and beyond that is just gravy. Shanghai Knights, therefore, represents the gravy train pulling into the station. This movie is flat-out great entertainment, and perhaps Chan's best American film.



12 QUESTIONS: Silverstein
Silverstein not just for kids


Vocalist Shane Told of Silverstein took some time to answer 12 Questions with The Gazette.



South Africans bring Seether to States

South Africa is seldom considered to be a hotbed for rock music. However, this fact has failed to tame Seether's lofty ambitions, as the band sets its sights on conquering the United States, where they have recently eclipsed 200,000 in record sales for Disclaimer, their debut American release.


 



CD REVIEWS: Solange, Simian, Bill Withers
Solange can't take Still Bill


Beyonce's little sister, Britain's simians, and the great Bill Withers.





Cheerleader tries to bring cock rock back

"Our mission is simple: play the ugliest and baddest rock 'n' roll this side of the millennium, and if you don't like it, go listen to your lame radio rock shit and stay the fuck away from us!"

This is Cheerleader..

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