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Strange Cures is a turbulent, against-all odds memoir of self-discovery, success, failure, and reinvention, told by one of LA's most interesting natives.
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PORCUPINE TREE Progressive - rock band from Hempstead , Hertfordshire , England : Steven Wilson ( vocals , guitar ) ... 10 POSSUM DIXON Rock band from Los Angeles , California : Rob Zabrecky ( vocals , bass ) , Celso Chavez ( guitar )  ...
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The band formed in 1989 and immediately started putting together a collection of songs. After establishing a stable lineup of frontman/bassist Rob Zabrecky, guitarist Celso Chavez and keyboardist/ guitarist Robert O'Sullivan, the band started ...
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An up-close and personal account of the L.A. punk scene, told by those who were there, with 50 rare photos
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Anderson's early films, the films that rocketed him to stardom, are often written about separately and in contrast to his later films, inFucking Innocent, John Andrew Frederick, who has taught Anderson's early work at the University of ...
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HE'S NO LOUIS Farrakhan, but Possum Dixon's Rob Zabrecky, who this past year turned the perpetually fraught age of 27, ... Just as the band prepared to go into the studio and record Star Maps, a close friend of Zabrecky's committed suicide; ...
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"Los Angeles is fertile ground for myth-making. These stories are set in a world where there is a 'Feral Boy Who Lives In Griffith Park'"--
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Although the result is shiny and clean, it seems to have washed away the band's most distinguishing characteristics. Dramatic, creep-show arrangements, augmented by the snap-at-any-moment tension of vocalist Rob Zabrecky's word ...
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This is the unlikely but true story of the Japanese American Citizens League's fight for an official government apology and compensation for the imprisonment of more than 100,000 Japanese Americans during World War II. Author John Tateishi, ...