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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily -- Friday, May 23, 1986

(Continuedfrom Page>9)
assured muscle to their attack, but
in the mean time this here tape'll
do more than just fine. So c'mon
all you twisted scholastic rock
dogs, get yer sweaty mitts off of
that new Replacements album and
make these good boys rich.
-Rob Michaels
Gone - Let's Get
Real, Real Gone For a
Change (SST)
Gone's album Let's Get Real,
Real Gone For a Change presents
some hard-driving, powerful rock
instrumental. Perhaps its biggest
problem is that it doesn't deliver
what one would expect of it.
From a band called "Gone",
featuring Black Flag guitarist
Greg Ginn and friends, one would
expect an overpowering, orgiastic
explosion of sound. Instead we get
a basically steady tempo, oc-
casionally throbbing into high
speed, but never really sounding
"raw" or uncontrolled. Of course,
this is not bad - merely unexpoc-
The band has a strong, polished
sound that has a good amount of
appeal. The individual songs

Depeche Mode-
(Continued from Page 9)
Black Celebration (Sire) Dr. Solomon also explains the more
Boy, oh boy, life's a drag. But isn't well-known injuries that result from
it good to know that Depeche Mode exercising, such as tennis elbow and
has just released Black Celebration to runner's problems. Running is used
help us through this living hell-or at as the primary example throughout
least moan along with them? Hey, it the book to illustrate some of the
isn't easy being synth-pop stars. hazards of exercising. He warns of
degeneration bone disease as a
On Black Celebration The Depeche result of "over-jogging" among
Mode boys have certainly picked up women, and of inflamed tendons.
on the mood of their last album's most If anyone should get the wrong idea,
depressing cuts. The title song has oe ho get the wrong a,
been crafted to celebrate the fact however, he claims This is not an
that we've seen the back of anti-exercise book. And indeed, Dr.
another black day. And even love Solomon is in favor of exercise, as
offers no solution: As I lay here with long as it it practiced in moderation.
you the shame lies with us. Heavy. Solomon, who is on the faculty of Cor-
Yas nell Medical College, suggests
day at themcircus in comparison to walking as the easiest form of exercise
some of this LP's tracks. cise. Other examples such as swim-
The music of Black Celebration is mig and aerobics offer a good
no party, either. For the most part it overall workout, but lack the con-
consists of dreary, misty venience and simplicity of walking.
arrangements (with a hint of Philip Solomon's main message is that
Glass on one cut) with characteristic exercise shouldn't hurt, and it isn't a
DP synth-tinkering in the mixes. prerequisite to a healthy lifestyle. His
Thankfully there's the "dance" hit language gets a bit technical at times
"Stripped" to keep the beat going, but his organization is clean and his
although its 1984-esque lyrics aren't ideas supported, simply forcing one to
very uplifting. Depeche Mode? Try re-evaluate one's reasons for exer-
Depressed Mode. As for me, I'll take cising, and to put the fitness fad into
Bauhaus or Joy Division. They're perspective.
more believable. -Beth Fertig -Lisa Berkowitz

Siouxsie: runk Led Zeppn
stress repetition as a unifying fac-
tor. Often this works to their
benefit, using good rhythms and
guitar riffs to their maximum
ability. Perhaps they should ex-
periment with one or two pieces to
an album side rather than six, as

the breaks between songs serve no
real purpose. Still, this album is
well-rounded and conceptually
-Chris Brown

Campus Cinema
Breaking Away (Peter Yates, 1979)
Alt Act, 7:30 & 9:30 p.m., MLB 3.
Raging Bull (Martin Scorcese,
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Bill Miller: Main Street Comedy
Showcase, 8 p.m., 215 N. Main. For
more information call: 996-9080.
Today I Tried: Young People's
Theatre, 7:00 p.m., Performance
Network, 408 W. Washington.
Bars and Clubs
RFD Boys - The Ark.
Urbations - The Blind Pig.
Los Chickens - Mr. Flood's Party.
Lonnie Brooks - Rick's American
Cafe (See article).
Free Hypertension testing - NBD
or Coamerica Bank in Ann Arbor.
Campus Cinema
Cocoon (Ron Howard, 1985) Alt Act,
7:30 &9:30 p.m., MLB 3.
Annie Hall (Woody Allen, 1977) CG,
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Diary of a Chambermaid (Luis
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Petite Confessions of Luis Bunuel
(Martine Lefevre, 1980) C2, 9:10 p.m.,
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Kerouac (198),17:30, 9:00 p.m.,
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Today I Tried: Young People's
Theatre, 7:00 p.m., Performance
Network, 408 W. Washington.
Bars and Clubs
Gemini- The Ark.
Regular Boys - The Blind Pig.
Los Chickens -- Mr. Flood's Party.
Lonnie Brooks - Rick's American
Cafe (See article).
Middle Eastern Vegetarian Dinner
- Toga Center of Ann Arbor, 205 Ann
St., 7p.m., $4.50 donation.
Campus Cinema
No films.
Cello Recital: Concert Associates, 4
p.m., Kerrytown Concert House, 415
N. Fourth Ave., Free.
Today I Tried: Young People's
Theatre, 7:00 p.m., Performance
Network, 408W. Washington.
Bars and Clubs
Gemini;-The Ark.

Campus Cinema
No films.
Works in Progress: Performance
Netowrk, 8 p.m., Performance Net-
work, 408 W. Washington.
Bars and Clubs
Jeanne and the Dreams - Rick's
American Cafe.
Campus Cinema
Lord Love a Duck (George Axelrod,
1966) AAFC, 7:30 p.m., MLB 4.
I Walk the Line (John
Franenheimer, 1970) AAFC, 9:30
p.m., MLB 4.
Michigan Film/Video: Eyemediea
Video Show, 8 p.m., Eyemediea, 214
'N. Fourth Ave.
Bars and Clubs
The Mortals -The Blind Pig.
902 - Mr. Flood's Party.

Steiner's Description of Spiritual
Beings, the Rudolph Steiner Institute,
1923 Geddes, 8p.m.
Campus Cinema
No films.
Bars and Clubs
Open Mike Night - The Ark.
No Brand - The Blind Pig.
Private Sector - Mr. Flood's Par-
Let's Talk About Girls - Rick's
American Cafe.
Organic Thesis Colloquium - "In-
tramolecular Cycloaddition of 2-
Azaallyl Anions," Michael Walters,
room and time TBA.
Bloodmobile - Ann Arbor City
Employees at National Guard Ar-
mory, Fifth Avenue and E. Ann, 10
a.m. - 4 p.m.
Campus Cinema

Kirk Teeple: Mainstreet Comedy
Showcase, 8:00 p.m., 215 N. Main, for
more information call: 996-9080.
Bars and Clubs
Joel Mabus - The Ark.
The Exciters - The Blind Pig.
Blue Rays -Mr. Flood's Party.
Detroit Panic - Rick's American
American Statistical Association -
Prediction of Future Observations in
Growth Curve Linear Models: Em-
pirical Bayes Technique," Prof. C.
Radhakrishna Rao, 1310 Kresge
Library, 8 p.m.
University Council -3909 Michigan
Union, 4 p.m.
Campus Crusade for Christ -
weekly meeting, 7 p.m., Hutchins
Hall in the Law Quad.
Bloodmobile - Ann Arbor Cham-
ber of Commerce, Fifth Avenue and
E. Ann, 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
University Age Concerns Council
and the Affirmative Action Office -
Celebrate Retirement, Michigan
Room, Michigan League, 11:45 a.m. -
2 p.m.

Throne of Blood (Akira Kurosawa,
Furthermore 1957) AAFC, 7:30 p.m., MLB 4.
Walkabout (Nicholas Roeg, 1973)
Introfuction to Steiner's Thought - AAFC, 9:30 p.m., MLB 4.

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