Volume 97, Issue 2
Thursday May 29, 2003

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LAST UPDATED: Thursday May 29, 2003 - 6:00 p.m.

Poison frontman is a true American Rock Star

He's been featured in Playgirl Magazine's "Ten Sexiest Rock Stars" compilation – multiple times.

He wrote, directed and executive produced A Letter From Death Row in 1998.

He dated the one and only Pamela Anderson.

He crashed his Ferrari into a telephone pole and broke his ribs, nose and hand in 1994.

Sound familiar yet?




Sexy sequels spice up summer

Here's a look at how the coming sequels stack up in terms of sexiness, with four stars being the most sexy and one star equaling your average Gazette editor.




MOVIE REVIEW: Down With Love
Get Down with Ewan & Renee


If you want to be visually stimulated and entertained check out Peyton Reed's Down with Love, a new romantic comedy with a twist.




MOVIE REVIEW: Bruce Almighty
Even God can't save Bruce Almighty

Bruce Almighty is a high-concept movie, offering nothing remotely new other than its novel premise of an "everyman" playing God.


CD REVIEW: The Deftones

It's not often a band's fourth full-length release is self-titled. Then again, it's not often a band like The Deftones comes along to revitalize the stagnating nu-metal scene.


 
CD REVIEW: Ed Harcourt

Despite the fact From Every Sphere is Harcourt's sophomore effort, the 23-year-old already sounds like a music veteran.




CD REVIEW: Gemma Hayes

Emerging Irish artist Gemma Hayes showcases her myriad of talents – including vocals, keyboard and guitar – on her engaging debut album, Night on My Side.

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