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

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Top 5 Anticipated Albums of 1994:
L Frank Black-- 'TeenageroftheYear"
2. SonicYouth-
"Expeimental Jet Set,Trash and No Star"
3. Hole - 'Live Through This"
4. The Auteurs -
"Now I'm A Cowboy"
5. Mercury Rev

Gianluca Montalti's Best of:
1. Afghan Whigs - "Gentlemen"
2. Type O Negative -
"Bloody Kisses"
3. Soundgarden -"Superunknown"
4. Spelvins -
"Whichever Train Comes"

5. Eleven - "Eleven"
6. A Tribe Called Quest -
"Midnight Marauders"
7. Altered State - "Dos"
8. Course of Empire - "Initiation"
9. Nirvana -- "In Utero"
10. Hater - "Hater"

Matt Carlson's Best of:
1. Afghan Whigs - "Gentlemen"
2. Ramones - "Acid Eaters"
3. The Humpers - "Journey to the
Center of Your
Wallet"t
4. Nirvana -
"In Utero"4
5. Swervedriver
- "Mezcal
Head"
6. Mudhoney -
"Five Dollar
Bob's Mock
Cooter Stew"
7. Rocket from
the Cry pt -s
"All Systems Go"
8. Supersuckers
- "La Mano_
Cornuda"
9. Teenage
Fanclub -
"Thirteen"
10. Pearl Jam -
"Vs." IMudhon
Five Events to
Remember:
1. Love them or hate them, Nirvana
changed the face of rock 'n' roll with
their abrasive tunes and heartfelt lyr-
ics. "In Utero" is one hell of a bril-
liant album, and the death of Kurt
Cobain will be a great loss to the rock

world. The comparisons to Jim, Jimi
and John are inevitable, and even if
they are unwarranted, Cobain's loss
is to today as theirs were to yester-
day.
2. The Afghan
Whigs released
the best album
of the school
year, "Gentle-
men." Even
though their
new video for
the title track
looks like a soap
opera for Gap
kids, they still
play disturbing
and twisted rock
with more licks
than a Tobasco
flavored Tootsie
Roll Pop.
3. Pearl Jam
played Crisler
Arena. Security
:y checkpoints,
identification
bracelets and an
enforced sitting policy - sounds (and
felt) more like entering a war prison
than a rock 'n' roll show. The band
gave a good performance though.
4. Rocket From the Crypt's gig in Feb-
ruary at the Union Ballroom. UAC's
speakers were piles of shit and the

to decipher their secret shelving sys-
tem. But that's how you'll discover
most of the gems in their two stores.
Magazines: Borders
Now that Community Newscenter has
gone out of business, where else is
there? Borders is pretty cool, but they
don't have TheaterWeek or Oral-
rama.
Haircut: Supercuts
"It's a hip kind of place," says Daily
staff reporter Scot Woods. You should
see his hair.
First-run Theater: Showcase
Well worth the $10 cab ride to get you
out there. If you like movie theaters
that look like airport terminals. For
the $6.25, go early and treat yourself
to three movies for the price of one.
Just make sure the ones you want are
all on the same side of the theater.
Video Store: Video Watch

Sure, if you want to truck up to Ply-
mouth Road or down Washtenaw. But
any place that has six copies of "Res-
ervoir Dogs" is okay with us. "Either
they're dead, or alive, or the cops got
'em, or they don't."
Liquor/Party store: Village Corner
They've got it all - from cheap beer
to the hard stuff (Ben and Jerry's, of
course). Their wine cellar is among
the most eclectic in the Western
world. But what's with the new red
awning?
Photocopying: Kinko's
It's only a matter of months before
Kinko's forces every other copy store
in Ann Arbor out of business.
Sporting Goods: State Street Sports
Hey, go there yourself. They're on, uh,
State Street.
Groceries: Meijer
Everyone buys their groceries at

Meijer. It's just the place to go. Study
lounges, free bulk candy, and you can
shop for clothes while you're at it.
Florist: Normandie
Proving that indeed, roses are red, and
violets are blue. So what are you wait-
ing for? Get on the phone and send
your loved ones some flowers. Roses,
pink roses.
Travel Agency: Boersma
You know who to call when you're
planning that trip to Europe after
graduation. Hey, do they take entree
plus?
Michigan Items: Moe's
It's just so, so maize-n-blue. What can
we say? Hail to those victors.
Posters: Wherehouse
Seeing as Stairway to Heaven hasn't
changed their poster selection since
Nixon, Wherehouse was the clear
winner.

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Could Borders be a better place for book lovers? We'll soon see when they open on E. Liberty with books and music.

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