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New York natives the Slackers took the stage of the Firebird on Thursday night, accompanied by the Bishops, and locals the Rocksteady Flyers.

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While legendary musicians often struggle with audiences that don't evolve with them, Les Claypool isn't your average legend. With Duo de Twang he moves Primus' quirky, alternative sound further than the typical "MTV Unplugged" session while mostly translating his music to bluegrass.

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What did people say about Woodstock? If you can remember it all you weren't actually there? Same goes for a Gogol Bordello show. If you somehow avoided the Eastern dance infection and the temptation to imbibe against paeans like "Alcohol" you must have left the raucous ruckus of the Pageant for the semi-weekly Missouri tornado.

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Dressed head-to-toe in stark white and blitzing the House of Blues in Chicago with the incendiary "Witness," Little Jimmy Urine perfectly encapsulated Mindless Self Indulgence in his first 15 seconds on stage: "I am the best...fuck everybody else."

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Garbage frontwoman, Shirley Manson took the Pageant stage with poise and confidence earned by decades of performance.

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The Red Hot Chili Peppers brought their legendary rock 'n' roll show to the Scottrade Center on Friday night.

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Mike Doughty
"The Book of Drugs"
Da Capo Press

Like any self-respecting musician's autobiography, Mike Doughty's "The Book of Drugs" does not deprive the reader of sex, the titular drugs, or rock 'n' roll.

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Darkly lovely with a science-fiction twist is the way I would define the sound of Radiohead, whose deserved mass appeal compelled fans from near (South City!) and far (Montana!) into the sold-out Scottrade Center last night.

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Jane's Addiction kicked off their 2012 US tour right here in the River City, playing to a sold out crowd at the Pageant.

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Smashing Pumpkins
"Gish" and "Siamese Dream" Deluxe Reissues
Virgin

Smashing Pumpkins' debut record "Gish" was released in May of 1991, just over 20 years ago. Their second record, "Siamese Dream," came a touch over two years later in July of 1993.

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