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DJ Muggs – Dust

Debut solo album from erstwhile Cypress Hill producer

Susumu Yokota – Overhead

Missing link between Yokota's soulful ambient and upbeat house projects

The Walkabouts – Watermarks: Selected Songs 1991-2001

Decade-spanning compilation of Chris Eckman and Carla Torgerson's alt.country trailblazers

April March – Triggers

Second album from former Ren And Stimpy writer and animator

Chance Encounter

Sellers heads for the White House in perhaps his finest screen performance

Various Artists – Top Deck SKA 45s Box

Replica singles set of cuts by ska pioneers

Soledad Brothers – Live

Stonesy blues from White Stripes' backyard

The Hours

Three female big-hitters go on an Oscar hunt

Boudu Saved From Drowning

Jean Renoir's 1932 blueprint for Paul Mazursky's heavy-handed 1986 remake Down And Out In Beverly Hills stars Michel Simon as a Parisian tramp rescued from suicidal despair by kindly bookseller Charles Granval. Simon's ungrateful Boudu takes over Granval's house, wife and life, exposing his bourgeois complacency. Enduring, Chaplin-esque social satire. DVD EXTRAS: Introduction by Renoir, essay on the film, trailer for the Mazursky remake. Rating Star

Wayne’s World

All dressed up and somewhere to go—Oklahoma visionaries in resplendent spectacle
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