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A back-to-basics record, Life Like finds Joan of Arc as a four-piece, the base trio of Tim Kinsella, bassist Bobby Burg, and drummer Theo Katsaounis joined by guitarist Victor Villareal. (For those unaware, Villareal and Kinsella are longtime friends who forged a new working relationship after their former band Cap'n Jazz reunited in 2010.) The quartet returned from a long European tour and immediately entered Electrical Audio with Steve Albini at the helm; five days later they emerged with Life Like. Kinsella sounds rejuvenated having Villareal back in the studio with him; the ten-minute opener "I Saw the Messed Binds of My Generation" encapsulates an instrumental warm-up plus the token confessional indie rock. Aside from the Cap'n Jazz fans still around, emo fans will also want to take notice; Life Like is the closest to emo that Kinsella has come in ten years. Part of it is having a small group and part of it is being recorded up-front and raw (as only Steve Albini can do). Best of all, Kinsella's lyrical wit is still affecting, displayed in both song titles ("Howdy Pardoner") and his always honest, direct lyrics about relationships ("Let's cut each other's strings/Give me a hand if you understand"). ~ John Bush
I'm Rubber, You're Glue
Features the work of concept designers: Harald Belker, Steve Burg, James Clyne, Mark Goerner, Neville Page, Nick Pugh, Scott Robertson and guest artists: Nicholas Bouvier, Ryan Church, Dylan Cole, Kasra Farahani, Sean Hargreaves, Khang Le, Warren Manser, Stephan Martiniere, Ed Natividad, Rick O'Brien, Dan Wuarnstrom, Christian L. Scheuerer, Oliver Scholl, Farzad Varahramyan, Mike Yamada, Felix Yoon & Feng Zhu.
Using his unique and personal narrative, Shannon shares his funny, embarrassing, and brutally honest life story, detailing his journey from a monster obsessed Louisiana kid to co-supervising the creation of the iconic alien hunter from the film Predator along with his countless other iconic film creations. A must for any film fan, Rubber, will give fans a behind the scenes look at such classics as House, Star Trek IV, Evil Dead II and much more.
Steve's Famous Garlic Home Fries (black pepper, butter, garlic, paprika, salt)
Steve's Chicken Korma (almonds, tomato, chicken, chicken broth, chili powder, cinnamon, vegetable oil, garlic, ginger, heavy cream, onions, yogurt, turmeric, white pepper)
Jesse and Steve's Fresh Strawberry Cake (baking soda, butter, butter, powdered sugar, eggs, flour, lemon juice, lemon zest, milk, salt, sour cream, strawberries, almonds, turbinado sugar, vanilla extract)
Pork a la Steve (garlic, pork chops, salt, soy sauce)
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Landsburg - More Sex is Safer Sex
More Sex is Safer Sex: The Unconventional Wisdom of Economics by Steven E. Landsburg Hardcover, 288 pages Published by Free Press ISBN: 978-1416532217
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