Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Dec 11, 2003
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  • Dec 11-17, 2003
  • Vol. 20, No. 30


  • Fulton Files

    Fulton’s Quarter Column of Evangelist Tears and Old School Hip-Hop
  • Morello’s Morass

    There’s something charming about the notion that music can change the world. There’s also a touch of the narcotic about it. Certainly music has something to say about the political times. But change the world? More people change clothes listening...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Tejas, Take Two

    Z Tejas hits high notes with a service makeover bigger than Texas.


  • Music Picks

    CHIMAIRA It’s “kim-ear-uh,” a monster from Greek mythology or something. Cleveland’s Chimaira are among the heaviest of the new (not nü) crop of American heavy metal, and have received righteous props from none other than Slayer’s...
  • CD Revue

    RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium **** Rage Against the Machine broke up and all you can do is cry, kids? Savor this CD of their final live performance and/or just learn to accept Audioslave. Seeing Rage live in their heyday...


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