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On the Plus Side

Sooner or later everyone leaves the frat house. Even blink-182. While the pop-punkers did eventually grow up -- eschewing the potty humor that made albums…
Robert Levine / October 24, 2006

Steve Earle, ‘Jerusalem’ (Artemis)

Steve Earle spent the late '80s writing songs about bad politics happening to good people. In the '90s, a nasty drug addiction reduced him to…
Robert Levine / July 22, 2003

Lucinda Williams, ‘World Without Tears’ (Lost Highway)

Lucinda Williams' 1998 album, Car Wheels on a Gravel Road, was a masterpiece haunted by the drama of its own creation: band lineups shuffled, sounds…
Robert Levine / June 30, 2003