Other Music New Release Update
August 1, 2001

In This Week's Update:

Stereolab "Captain Easychord" EP
Fischerspooner single
The Ex Orkest(ra)
Philip Cohran & the Artistic Heritage Ensemble reissue
Andre Estermann
Dream Syndicate reissue
AFX remixes (Aphex Twin) single
Head Jazz comp.
Gillian Welch
Thalia Zedek
Robert Pollard & His Soft Rock Renegades
Hamburgeins comp.
Aesop Rock 12"
Revolutionaries reissue
TellusTools sound art comp.
DJ Assault
early Byrds
Funky Precedent 2 comp.
Two Lone Swordsmen remixes

Thai Elephant Orchestra
price reduction on all Stockhausen Verlag titles

Just In:

STEREOLAB "Captain Easychord" (Duophonic, UK) CD EP/12"  $9.99/$9.99
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Brand new four-song EP from Stereolab previewing one track
from their forthcoming album "Sound-Dust" and three non-LP
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FISCHERSPOONER "Emerge" (International DJ Gigolo, Germany) CD single/12" $7.99/$7.99
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Fischerspooner's music hits on a certain elusive quality in dance
music -- it's fun and carefree, yet totally spooky. The NYC-based
group is known for the elaborate performances, complete with fake
blood and dancers dressed liked post-apocalyptic wood sprites. The
CD version of their new single, "Emerge", features a music video
that highlights the group's penchant for flamboyant hair and make-
up executed with a skill that demands to be admired. The song is a
mess of slow, theatrical build-ups, enduring synth melodies and
belted vocals, severed from any happy-go-lucky image by confused
skipping and sinister distortion of human voices. A remix by
Phillipo "Naughty" Moscatello attenuates instrumental sections of
the song, adding a slightly more hyperactive beat to make the most
efficient use of dancefloor grind time, while the Terranova mix
smoothes the disjointed original into a saturated blend of hazy
rhythm and muted rock guitar. The Adult remix, available only on
the CD, strips away moments of escalation or transition, leaving
only the most dramatic, skeletal stops and starts. Their debut
full-length, put out as a self-release last year, is being
reissued by IDG in the fall. Fischerspooner are fully equipped for
the accolades of the masses. [SB]
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THE EX ORKEST "Een Rondje Holland" (Ex, Netherlands) CD $13.99
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The Ex, one of truly the best live bands EVER, explodes on this
CD, which is both a great departure from their own work and an
expansion of their urgent, suspenseful, driving sound. With 20
musicians at their disposal, the work is like John Williams
scoring and conducting Ex songs played by a marching band, huge,
chaotically rhythmic but pitched forward w/clarity. Weird chanting
and whispering in the corners only adds to the mystery, while
horns and drums reveal everything. They even reconfigure their own
songs anew in this form. If it's possible, this is 10x better than
their records with Tom Cora from a number of years ago. "Een
Rondje Holland" is a New Orleans street band meeting up with
poetry, punk, Eastern-European folk and orchestral jazz: mournful
and powerful, angry and crashing. (The bizarre tongue-lashings of
Jaap Blonk are amongst the many sounds, too). One of the records
of the year, in my book. [RE]

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Originally released in Chicago on his own Zulu Records label in
1967, Philip Cohran's Artistic Heritage Ensemble used a broad
musical pallette (flutes, vocals, saxes, congas, thumb pianos,
violins, Chinese Musette and instruments of his own creation) to
create free rhythmic spirituals. Percussion-heavy, congas go head-
to-head with trap drums, anchoring the music while violins, flues
and strong vocals from Mrs. Ella Pearl Jackson reverberate and
bring to mind June Tyson of the Sun Ra Arkestra. Drawing on
Cohran's own experience with Ra, "On the Beach" has a linear free-
flow/exchange of ideas that reveals new depths over time. This is
a landmark expression to actualize cultural identity and heritage
through music, and another welcome branch from the idiom expressed
by Sun Ra, Pharoah Sanders, Don Cherry, Joe Henderson's Elements,
the Art Ensemble and AACM. Limited edition letterpress packaging;
highest recommendation! [GA]

ANDRE ESTERMANN "Balloon" (Sellwell, Germany) CD $15.99
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Nearly four years ago, Funkstorung's Musik Aus Strom label was the
only game in town, releasing beautifully packaged cardboard sleeve
12" EPs of heavenly electronic music. Though the label owners
released their own material on the label, they also released two
hair-raising EPs by Andre Estermann. As the label's output slowed
and Funkstorung signed to K7, Estermann recorded EPs for a number
of European electronic indie labels. Fortunately, for everyone
concerned, he's returned with his first full-length record, and it
is a witness to his considerable imagination, which has lain
dormant for far too long. The album opens with the windswept,
minor-key threnody, 'Bith', which, within seconds, displays
Estermann's clear affinity for analogue tape-era hip-hop. 'Takit-
Sun' is a clipped, digital chop shop that resembles a more
frenzied Timbaland or Manny Fresh drum track packed tighter than a
can of sardines. The one track that has appeared elsewhere is the
gorgeous, incandescent title track, woven with a beautiful melody:
it's the equal of any of the pieces on Aphex Twin's "Selected
Ambient Works Vol. II". This composition marks Estermann as one of
the more classically oriented electronic composers of his
generation (the pre-laptop artists who began making music in 1985
and continue into the present century). [TH]

DREAM SYNDICATE "Days of Wine and Roses" (Rhino) CD $16.99
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Rhino Records has taken what I would consider one of the top ten
albums to ever come out of L.A., "Days of Wine and Roses", and
added the band's "Down There" EP, two rehearsal recordings and
Steve Wynn's very rare pre-Dream Syndicate release, the "15
Minutes" 7". "The Days of Wine and Roses" is, to put it simply, a
perfect record. Perfect in the way that when I think of it or hear
a song from it, I think of the entire record, not just individual
tracks. Like the Velvet Underground, who they were most often
compared to (yet there is a whole lot more to what they do than
just VU-isms), the material is the right combination of feedback,
fuzz, lyrical wit and most of all, SONGS. The "Down There" EP was
the first proper Dream Syndicate release, with four songs (two of
which would be re-recorded for TDOWAR) of fuzzed out, feedback
perfection. The rehearsal recordings are great too, and the "15
Minutes" single. The version of 'That's What You Always Say' here
is bare-bones, played by an even younger Steve Wynn and a drum
machine -- it comes out as a new wave gem. Even more fascinating
is playing all three versions of that song chronologically.
Sometimes I can't decide which of these records I like better. Now
I don't have to. [DM]

AFX "2 Remixes" (Men, UK) CD single/12" $6.99/$8.99
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Aphex Twin's new single, after quite a hiatus--his new album is
supposedly dropping in September. This is not in advance of that,
but is some remixes (of himself, I think) he worked up somewhere
along the line. 13 minutes, two tracks. The first is bounding and
complex, and of the moment--if the moment was a few years ago --
and the second is more jiggly and weirder in comparison. Super
minimal packaging--a plain jewel-box w/a sticker. [RE]
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[V/A] "Head Jazz" (Label M) CD $15.99
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Called an "homage a Fellini et Magritte" (as in Federico and
Rene), this collection of smooth, cool jazz slips out of the grasp
of most typical acid jazz collections, as it isn't bursting with
breakbeats. Instead it's a representation of laid-back,
atmospheric, modern cloudy cool. The selections, from the modern
jazz pioneers of 1960 to the refiners of 1976, are almost
classical in their approach, laid out with flutes and strings at
the fore, string basses providing a grunting underline. It's music
that drifts between earth and sky. Selected by Adam Dorn (Mocean
Worker) and his dad Joel (who was the original producer on most of
the tracks). "Heavy Jazz" is a love letter of grounded swing, of
the slow lift and shaky settle. It really starts to smoke w/Yusef
Lateef's roadhouse gospel jazz, Rahsaan Roland Kirk's palimpsest
(which includes motifs from 'Hava Nagile'!), and includes my
favorite Joe Zawinul track ever along with McCann, Kirk, Laws,
Newman, Coleman, and more. [RE]

GILLIAN WELCH "Time (The Revelator)" (Acony) CD $14.99
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Welch's "Time (The Revelator)" is an album that seems oddly out of
place in the modern age of compact discs. Her super-real, country-
tinged folk songs are so drenched in tradition that the only thing
seemingly absent amidst the loveliness is the crackle of worn
vinyl. Her voice hovers over plucked guitars, leaving the songs in
a bare earnestness that is raw and beautiful. Without a single
disappointment, the bittersweet vocal melodies take center stage
on this near-perfect album. Simple and stark, "Time (The
Revelator)" oozes with Welch's talent as a powerful singer and
songwriter from any age. [PW]

THALIA ZEDEK "Been Here and Gone" (Matador) CD $13.99
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The opening of the long-awaited solo record by Thalia
Zedek, 'Excommunications (Everybody Knows)' sets the tone for this
aching gem of a record in which hearts, promises, and lives are
not just broken, but irreparably broken. Zedek's former band,
Come, released four epochal albums which spoke of emotional
struggles that never find resolution, but those struggles were set
against a giant, roaring, panoramic guitar and bass sound that
acted as a safety net for what often felt like an approaching
nervous breakdown. Here, Zedek lets down her guard and the lyrics
make very clear that she lives close to the current of a fallen
world. Some former Come members contribute: Chris Brokaw on
electric & slide guitar, Beth Heinberg on piano, both evident on
songs such as 'Strong'. Zedek's in a singer-songwriter frame of
mind, and one can imagine her playing all of these songs
accompanied only by acoustic guitar. Which is not to suggest that
the band do not bring a subtle and powerful force to bear on her
often-bare vocal treatments. On 'Desanctified (Full Circle)', the
piano, drums, percussion, and bass build slowly as the song
progresses. The slide guitar at the opening of  'Treacherous
Thing' moves like a rattlesnake, as Zedek talks about her feelings
turning to hate--and the viola and trumpet, instead of adding a
note of affirmation, underscore the darkness. There are very few
singer-songwriter records you need to run out and buy.  "Been Here
and Gone" is an album by one of them. [TH]

ROBERT POLLARD & HIS SOFT ROCK RENEGADES "Choreographed Man of War" (Fading Captain) CD $13.99
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In another of many releases this year from Robert Pollard,
"Choreographed Man of War" is certainly one of the most
memorable. Recorded as a trio, the Renegades' delivery is looser
and plays more from the gut than the band used on this
year's "Isolation Drills". Some of the songs are straight-up riff
rockers, but Pollard delivers a few drunken and spirited gems in
classic fashion, and ones like 'Aeriel' and 'Bally Hoo' will
please any fan of the man. A strong collection of songs that
reinforces Pollard's writing talent. [CK]

[V/A] "Hamburgeins" (Ladomat, Germany) CD $15.99
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"Hamburgeins" celebrates another new wave in Germanic minimal
house. There are definite connections to the music of the Kompakt
label (slow-building, smart, edgy melodic minimal house) as well
as Ladomat (genre-bending danceable uber-pop)--check Nightshift's
sudden cut into Lionel Ritchie on track 10. What sets this
compilation apart is the wonderfully consistent level of emotion
maintained throughout: sentimental, optimistic melancholy. While
Boards of Canada makes listeners feel nice, "Hamburgeins" makes
you _feel_. Definitely on a par w/releases on Berlin's Morr Music,
but much better equipped for the dancefloor. This stuff is minimal
disco as heavenly as Wolfgang Voigt's "Gas" project without the
brooding, somber overtones. Rather than music for the brooding,
intellectual loner, "Hamburgeins" is meant to be shared. [SM]

AESOP ROCK "Coma b/w Maintenance" (Def Jux) 12" $5.99
Two more roaring tracks of snide, slithering hip-hop straight from
the NYC underground. Aesop continues to roll with the growling,
Tommy-gun lyrical assault, spitting lines like "You catch more Z's
than Rip Van Winkle's 12-step narcolepsy seminar." And, as an
lackadaisical TV devotee, he rhymes: "I elope with talent while
they fidget / If the revolution ain't gonna be televised then fuck
I'll probably miss it." Nice.  Considering both tracks were
"recorded by Aesop in his living room" the city will collapse
when Aesop gets to the studio. [DD]

REVOLUTIONARIES "Dub Plate Specials at Channel 1" (Jamaican Recordings, UK) CD/LP $16.99/$12.99
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At a time when dub is enjoying a popular resurgence even among
those who never heard Bob Marley playing from a boombox at a Dead
show, it is genuinely refreshing to find a stone-cold roots
reissue by a lesser known group of players. Can anyone really keep
track of the number of King Tubby, Augustus Pablo, and Lee Perry
reissues floating around at this juncture? The Revolutionaries
never achieved the global cult status of the aforementioned
practitioners, yet within their ranks were Kingston luminaries
such as Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespeare, Tony "Deadly Headley"
Bennett, and Tommy McCook. Their now-famous double drumming style
was perfected at the Channel 1 studios on Maxfield Avenue in
Trenchtown. Though Channel 1 is not as legendary as Studio One or
Black Ark, it nevertheless hosted The Mighty Diamonds, who
recorded their massive "Right Time" album there. The 12
heavyweight dubs found here are effectively the versions of the
Diamond's vocal tracks. The omnipresent Bunny Lee was behind the
boards and this album was the first to bring Sly & Robbie
together, and the results of that event needs little
elaboration. 'Dub Forever' is a cavernous piece, with a bassline
driven so low, it seems as if the earth will swallow it
completely, while 'Ageless Dub' has a tickling guitar and
subterranean bassline. Once again, the newly formed Jamaican
Recordings imprint releases a crucial, missing chapter in dub's
long and complex history. [TH]
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[V/A] "TellusTools" (Harvestworks) 2xLP $28.99
The Tellus label started releasing a series of sound art cassettes
in 1983 with pieces both conceptual and entertaining. Following
three releases, they hit their stride and their forte: themed
cassettes. From the classic "FluxTellus" (the only release of
Fluxus music available for years) to a number of sound works by
visual artists, other highlights included "All Guitars"
and "Dance", an early collection of noise entitled "Power
Electronics" and one of edgy monologues, "Experimental Theater".
Like the similar series from the Touch label in England, these
were (are) seminal collections of sound art, featuring the cream
of the downtown NYC scene of musicians and artists through
the '80s and into the '90s. This double LP release compiles tracks
selected from some of the 27 releases, and is a bit of a concept
unto itself. The pieces were selected for their 'usefulness'--to
whom? Probably a DJ--this works like a color wheel of sound:
Alison Knowles' piece is the sounds of someone rubbing cold cream
on their face, David Linton's of shattering glass, Catherine
Jauniaux and Ikue Mori's of thudding drums and wavery random
vocals, Nicholas Collins' of cut-up hip-hop shifts (from 1988!),
Joe Jones' a meandering music box. Both LPs in the set are
identical. It's intended that a DJ can then mix and match any of
these tracks to make their own sound piece--like the Garanimals of
sound art. Or, alternately, you can buy this and give one of the
LPs to a friend. [RE]

DJ ASSAULT "Jefferson Avenue" (Intuit-Solar) CD $15.99
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Craig Adams (AKA DJ Assault) is the fastest working man in show
business. He, Mr. De', DJ Godfather, and a host of others have
been making mercilessly fast, energetic and raunchy records in
Detroit for well over ten years. But, as the Belleville Three
(Juan Atkins, Derrick May and Kevin Saunderson) emerged and their
popularity spread across the UK and Western Europe in the mid-
late '80s, there was activity elsewhere in the city. Working-class
black kids like Adams were making a different kind of music, and
its audience was younger and listened equally to hip-hop, techno,
Miami bass, and Chicago jack trax. From these genres was born a
different kind of Detroit electronic music. The term "ghetto tech"
was initially a derogatory one, used by the ostensibly "authentic"
artists and by those in the city who thought that the music of
Assault and his peers was profane, mindless, sped-up, gutter
music. But the Detroit audience didn't have time for that kind of
criticism, and cash registers all over the city rang to the sound
of sales of DJ Assault's slew of 12" singles and mixed CDs, some
of which had as many as 99 tracks. "Jefferson Ave." is a turning
point in Assault's career, insofar as it marks his turn away from
singles + mixed CDs to full-length albums. He makes the transition
without missing a sample. The revamped Assault
favorite, 'Ass'n'Titties,' has a thunderous low-end and, in
general, one can detect a much stronger early Miami Bass
influence. Certainly, the charges of misogyny leveled at Assault's
music are not without merit. But his bawdiness is fairly innocuous-
-he wants to fuck hoes, not murder them, and in his world they
want it as much as he does. [TH]

HIM "New Features" (Bubble Core/Fat Cat) CD/LP $12.99/$13.99
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HiM's newest is a light, pretty affair of fusiony sweetness, a
delicate jazz front w/undertones of bossa nova, spiked with guiro
and funky bass. While starting off as a featherweight, it rolls
along gathering moss and mass, and "New Features" gradually
reveals itself as a tight powerhouse of early '70s style jazz
w/echo-boxes and shimmering tones, especially on the 11-
minute 'Out Here'. Pointillist and complete. [RE]
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THE BYRDS "Preflyte" (Poptones, UK) CD $16.99
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One of my favorite things in music is getting to hear the early
recordings the band never intended to release, the ones in which
you hear all the ragged threads a group eventually tames and
teases into a cohesive form or hit. "Preflyte", released in 1969
but recorded mostly around 1964, does this for The Byrds. A
collection of demos and early recordings produced by Gary
Usher, "Preflyte" is the missing link between traditional folk and
California psych--or sort of if the Kingston Trio had made "A Hard
Day's Night"--really gorgeous harmonies, heart-tugging stringy
acoustic guitar patterns, the seeds of 'Turn Turn Turn' and 'Mr.
Tambourine Man' in just-sprouted form. This record has had a
sonic 'cleanup' sometime between this reissue and the overlapping
collection from Rhino (called "In The Beginning"). Just gorgeous.

[V/A] "Funky Precedent 2" (Matador) CD/LP $13.99/$9.99
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Volume two in this series (which benefits the music education
departments of three elementary and secondary schools in
California), with a more obscure set of artists and more of an old-
school edge than before. 15 tracks of DJs 'n' MCs. Foreign
Legion's 'Bike Thief' is a standout, with a storytelling style
that's been scarce in hip-hop for the last 15 years or so; Stymie
and the Pimp Jones Orchestra lay down some solid soul/funk. While
lots of tracks here are wordy in that style so popular in the
underground now (why? we want memorable choruses, dammit!), it's
still a cut above and quite fun. Besides the sound samples above,
you can find more RA tracks at http://www.nomayorecords.com. [RE]
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TWO LONE SWORDSMEN "Further Reminders" (Warp) CD $13.99
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Remixes of Andrew Weatherall and Keith Tenniswood's "Tiny
Reminders" album, from some unexpected sources--no labelmates, for
instance. But you'll find Klart, Lali Puna, Calexico (!), Decal,
two from C-Pij (possibly the best ones here), and some from near-
unknowns Simulant, Japanese dubsters Dry & Heavy. Not quite as
edgy as the original, more languid in places and more hiccupy in
others. [RE]


THAI ELEPHANT ORCHESTRA "s/t" (Mulatta) CD $14.99
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Music played by elephants! Which, as one might expect, has a
heavy, stately, often very slow nature, yet one that's consciously
rhythmic, lightened by moments of delicacy (some of the elephants
caress the marimbas with sticks, make up rhythmic melodies on the
harmonica, some theremin). A rapturous recording, with moments of
high energy and placid intensity. Half of the recording here
is 'pure' elephant music, the other half has, variously,
improvisations between elephant and human, one with human
assistance, elephants playing a programmed electronic keyboard,
and a few other pieces. Most animals make noise not just to
communicate, but also because sound waves just feel good -- think
about that next time you're humming. Coordinated by Russian
artists Komar & Melamid with David Soldier and Richard Lair. [RE]

MUM "Yesterday Was Dramatic -- Today Was OK" (TMT, Iceland) CD  $16.99
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While Mum use some of Boards of Canada's 'pastoral' electronic
effects (ticky sweet and bell-like
synth tones), they warm it by blurring the line between the
acoustic and electronic. They pull in and out of sped-up bouncing
harpsichord notes, trumpet, clarinet, guitar and strings, lovely
vocal chanting, and a glockenspiel that I can't tell if it's real
or faux. Acoustic guitar tones might start a song and make you
think it's going to become indie-pop, until the whole thing
collapses delicately on a fainting couch of fireplace crackles,
Casios that imitate the trilling and chirping of birds, and
resonant triangle tones. Fans of Sigur Ros or Autechre will like
this very much. Primarily instrumental, but one song drifts in and
out on breathy, multitracked angel vox. An absolutely exquisite
recording that we can barely ever keep in stock. [RE]

FUGU "s/t" (Ici D'Ailleurs, France) CD/LP $17.99/$13.99
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Now on LP, too. Fugu's first full album reveals a major Brian
Wilson/Beatles fixation, with a French backbone: intricate, sweet
pop sung in three languages where melodies shine via horn,
harpsichord and strings. Mehdi Zannad's 25-piece orchestra gives
his work a mechanical, yet classical edge, the songs floating
through are immensely pleasureable and positively inescapable.
This CD has logged so many hours in my player already that if CDs
wore out, this one would be down to the nub. Guest appearances
from Stereolab members (Laetitia Sadier sings in Spanish!) just
add to the cake. [RE]
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Substantial reduction in price for all Stockhausen Verlag titles
available on site -- these are just a few examples:

KARLHEINZ STOCKHAUSEN "Elektronische Musik 1952-1960" (Stockhausen Verlag, Germany) CD/Book $44.99
Used to be $59.99! One of the essential blueprints for all music
in the 2nd half of this century. Everybody has reaped the benefits
of Stockhausen's trailblazing compositions on this collection.
Through works like "Gesang Der Junglinge" and "Kontakte",
Stockhausen managed to combine the zeitgeist of music concrete and
modern technologies to create an entirely new form of music. A
deluxe box with extensive book packed with notes, scores and
historic photos. [JG]

KARLHEINZ STOCKHAUSEN  "Hymnen" (Stockhausen Verlag, Germany) 4xCD  $109.99
Used to be $159.99!

KARLHEINZ STOCKHAUSEN "Aus Den Sieben Tagen" (Stockhausen Verlag, Germany) 7xCD $179.99
Used to be $249.99!

This week: Geoff Albores [GA], Sandra Barrett [SB], David Day
[DD], Robin Edgerton [RE], Jeff Gibson [JG], Tim Haslett [TH],
Casey Keenan [CK], Dave Martin [DM], Scott Mou [SM], Phil
Waldorf [PW].

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