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The Over/Under: The Flaming Lips

The alt-rock world has produced very few acts as willfully weird, deliciously different, long-lived, ancient and justified as Oklahoma City’s
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The Over/Under: Beck

Beck came to most people by way of MTV wearing a stormtrooper mask and rapping about "getting crazy with the
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The Over/Under: Galaxie 500

Oh dear, here we go again. Writing Over/Under columns about a short-lived band with a long influential reach (see our
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The Over/Under: Sunny Day Real Estate

The Over/Under: Sunny Day Real Estate

Seattle’s Sunny Day Real Estate somehow managed to create a footprint far exceeding what would reasonably be expected of a
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The Over/Under: The Jam

Upon first hearing the Jam, it's easy to imagine the songs coming right out of one of those beachside brawls
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The Over/Under: The Dead Kennedys

They were one of the funniest, most consistently interesting bands to emerge from California’s first-generation hardcore scene. And yet the
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The Over/Under: The Ramones

The Ramones hold such a vested place in pop history that to reduce them to overrated and underrated seems like
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The Over/Under: Pearl Jam

With nine studio albums and more officially released bootlegs than any band in history, Pearl Jam has managed to not
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The Over/Under: Fugazi

I was a teenage Fugazi fan. It should've been the easiest thing in the world: all-ages shows, all the time.
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The Over/Under: The Who

The members of the Who were the revolutionaries of the '60s and the hard-rock heavyweights of the '70s. At their
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The Over/Under: Hüsker Dü

Ah, the mid-'80s ... Back when Hüsker Dü guitarist/vocalist Bob Mould was pudgier and hairier, drummer/vocalist Grant Hart was ridin’
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The Over/Under: The National

Admitting that last week's Britpop-themed Over/Under got a little out of hand is the first step in realizing that puppeteering
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The Over/Under: Britpop

The Britpop phenomenon might have ended nearly 15 years ago, but it cast such a shadow over the U.K. music
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The Over/Under: Lou Reed

High on my list of rock-scribe near misses is the time I came within a Marlboro butt’s distance of interviewing
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The Over/Under: Kings Of Leon

Part of the early appeal of Kings Of Leon was their magazine-ready background story. Raised by an itinerant, defrocked minister,
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The Over/Under: Queens Of The Stone Age

The Over/Under: Queens Of The Stone Age

Attention comments-section creeps, mutants, shut-ins and teenage hand models: MAGNET has been fairly diplomatic about these Over/Under lists in recent
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The Over/Under: The Velvet Underground

All right, troops, once more, and then to hell with it: To peg a piece of music as “overrated” isn’t
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The Over/Under: The Decemberists

When the Decemberists signed to Capitol for 2006’s The Crane Wife, it was a sign that they, and their particular
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