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8 - The Michigan Daily - Best of Ann Arbor - Thursday, April 14, 1994

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Records: Wherehouse
Hey, it depends on what you're
shoppin' for! Wherehouse has cool in-
store concerts, good prices, and it's a
TicketMaster outlet. Tower, on the
other hand, has an amazing showtune
selection.
Used Records: Wazoo
Can't beat the prices. And the name
is so cool.
Men's Clothing: Urban Outfitters
If you're into the used-recycled-
grungy-yet-trendy crap.
Women's Clothing: Urban Outfitters
These last two categories should be a
sign that we need more clothing stores
on campus. Where do you go if you
don't want to pay 25 bucks for a t-
shirt?
Thrift/Used Clothing: Value Village

This category answers our last ques-
tion. But stay away from their linge-
rie.
Bicycle Sales/Repair:
Campus Bike and Toy
Not only do they have bikes, they also
have trolls and silly putty to amuse
you while you're waiting.
Books: Borders
As it is we get ferclempt when we go
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into Borders. Can you imagine when
they open their Borders Books and
Music in the fall? Whew, it's hot in
here ...
Textbooks: Ulrich's
As if it matters. You'll get ripped off
wherever you go, and you won't read
a word of 'em anyway.
Used Books: Dawn Treader
Be prepared to spend a while trying

sound and feedback drowned out the
band at points, but it still rocked my
butt.
5. I heard the worst band ever. Ann
Arbor's own college rock saps Violet
Wine. I wrote a review that ripped
their album to shreds, but they some-
how managed to rearrange my scath-
ing words into a glowing quote. Well,
if at first you don't succeed ... Violet
Wine sucks. Change the context of
that one boys.

Ted Watts' Best of:
1. Tom Waits - "The Black Rider"
2. Nirvana - "In Utero"
3. Soundgarden - "Superunknown"
4. Melvins - "Houdini"
5. "Judgement Night" Soundtrack
- various artists
6. William Burroughs -
"Spare Ass Annie"
7. My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult
- "13 Above the Night"

8. Milk for Pussy - various artists. 1. Pavement -
9. Live at Emo's - various artists "Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain"
10. Ren & Stimpy - "You Eediot!" 2. Nirvana - "In Utero"
3. Morrissey - "Vauxhall & I"
Tom Erlewine's Best of: 4. Elvis Costello - "Brutal You
5. Pet Shop Boys - "Very"
6. James - "Laid"
13 Records I enjoyed Listening to 7. Uncle Thpelo - "Anodyne"
this Year: 8. Jimmie Dale Gilmore - "S

JUDITH PERKINS/Daily
We suspect Supercuts won due to its bargain prices, not because of its cuts.

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Pearl Jam's concert at Crisler was one of the musical highlights of the year.

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Romance in wine country !

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Gimmicks
Come-ons

SARAH WHITING/Daily
Urban Outfitters won for Best Clothing. Yeah, they've got some good stuff.

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WHILE THE
DEMAND
IS HIGH!

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