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

The Michigan Da

Thomas Crowley's Best of:
Best Albums:
1. Teenage Fanclub -"Thirteen"
The Fannies know that without a de-
cent melody, you can't have a decent
song. The Glaswegian quartet also
knows that without a collection of

decent songs, you can't have a decent
album. Their follow-up to "Band-
wagonesque" is full of exceedingly
catchy songs, written and sung excep-
tionally by all four members of a band
that proves once and for all that pop
is not dead.
2. Kirsty MacCol -"Titanic Days"

A fantastic album.
Best Single:
Suede -"Stay Together" American
critics who dismissed Suede as a
flash-in-the-pan should tie on their
bibs and prepare to eat their words.
The first single from their follow-up

to what was easily the best album of
1993 - their self-titled debut -
packs the same kind of power as "Ani-
mal Nitrate" and "The Drowners," but
is not by any means a re-write of the
songs on their first album. "Stay To-
gether" is a wonderfully unique,
eight-minute epic that makes it per-

fectly clear that the band plans to con-
tinue using every ounce of their es-
sence to hammer away at the safe,
ordinary rock music of the main-
stream. The two B-sides, the acous-
tic "The Living Dead" and "My Dark
Star" are equally as satisfying, equally
as enjoyable.

Place to Work Out: CCRB
Between the IM's inconvenient
hours, and the NCRB's inconvenient
location, this one was a shoe-in. Or
maybe we should say "a gym-shoe_
in"?
Campus Tradition: Naked Mile
Hey, it's healthy (assuming spring
arrives in time), and it's one of the
best spectator sports. But beware of
flying body parts.
Cause/Issue/Movement:
Hash Bash
Is Hash Bash a cause, or just an ex-
cuse for 10,000 people to get stoned
and trash the Diag?
Activist Group: NORML
This is the "Apathetic '90s." Are
there any other activist groups left?
Protest Slogan:
Take Back the Night
Though "Donna Martin graduates"
got quite a few votes, it seems that
"Take Back the Night" is more wor-
thy. (Is it coincidence that our friends
the West Beverly alumni participated
in a Take Back the Night march?)
Regent:
Shirley McFee (R-Battle Creek)
Deep down, she reminds all of us of
out grandmothers.
MSA Member: Craig Greenberg
Sort of a nice hurrah for our outgo-
ing Prez. Is he going to come write
country music reviews for the Daily
or not? P.S. - Paul Scublinsky is
cool.

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