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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, February 19,1991 - Page 7

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RECORDS
Continued from page 5
song jumps off the record as the
least mediocre and most loud, and
therefore the most interesting.
The song is ruined by a stupid,
out-of-place sax solo in the mid-
dle, but it nods to Metallica, prov-
ing at least that the band might
like decent music even if they
can't make it. There is also a clas-
sical music instrumental break,
"Concerto in D Minor," apparently
written by Steve Napoleon. Why
the song is here is not made clear,
but it does show that Steve has
had some musical education and
that he knows how to kill a lull in
an album after it has already died.

The best song remains "I am the
Idiot," which has Steve singing "I
am the idiot, I am Napoleon." He
said it, I didn't.
-Annette Petrusso

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Crash

Vegas

Red Earth
Atlantic
Cowboy Junkies without the
allusive angst. Featuring Jocelyne
Lanois, sister of super-producer
Daniel, on bass guitar.
- Michael Paul Fischer
29 Palms
Fatal Joy
I.R.S.
Van Morrison Jr.
-Michael Paul Fischer

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Helmet stands in the shadows and looks pissed off like any other band that is metal, has attitude, and can be

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in anyway compared to Big Black.
HELMET
Continued from page 5
meditating on some stereo sanctity.
And any local free-form blues bands
should most certainly be able to re-
late to "Rude," with its street-funk-
metal set-up.
Street? Funk? Metal? Yeah, but
Helmet isn't a bunch of dilettantes.
They know and live the genres that
they shred into oblivion. Mengede
was a member of the New Christs,

from that great nation of Stooge-ap-
propriating bands, Australia. Bogdan
committed some post-hardcore atroc-
ities with Poison Idea, while Stanier
fine-tuned his precision drumming in
various Floridan hardcore bands. And
as mentioned before, Hamilton grad-
uated from the Band of Susans with
a degree in post-Sonic Youth theory
and execution.
What a pedigree! What a metallic
onslaught! What penetrating analysis
of the lives of amphetamine reptiles

in Lower Manhattan! Helmet's tight
rock satisfies like two hours of
Headbangers' Ball co-hosted by
Steve Albini, with Albini challeng-
ing all of the bands that he plays to
a fight. And they all accept. Simul-
taneously.

Club Heidelberg hosts an H-
tonight with HELMET
HWASEEM. Doors open at 10,
and cover is $4.

I-fest
and
p.m.

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WEEKEND
Continued from page 5
student, a struggling actor, a high
school metal-head, and a Spanish-
speaking blond. Add a fiery restau-
rant manager, a diabolical direc-
tor, his dweeb assistant, an aspir-
ing bimbo, and a shadowed stage
manager. What you come out with,
stereotypes and all, is Andy New-
berg's Kitchen Help. While the
play chronicled a day in the life of
Charles Fathoms (Steve Memran),
unemployed actor, it also at-
tempted to pull off a murder at the
restaurant in which the first five
characters, who were just men-
tioned, work.
The play was neatly divisible,
representing the two worlds of
Charles. In the theater, the audi-
ence was introduced to Fentforth
(Todd McMullen), the director,
and Bixby (David Levine), the as-
sistant, holding auditions. Levine
played the nerdy right-hand man
with good comedic timing, but one
of the problems encountered was
that McMullen was not nasty
enough to warrant his eventual
death; his exaggerated character

was humorous, but lacked the ugly
dimension needed to push Charles
over the edge.
The great cameo by the audi-
tioning Marsha Martia (Liz Rich-
mond) was the bright spot in the
first half of the play, using both vi-
sual and theatrical cues to play up
her Brady Bunch monologue into
searing drama. Erich Junworth as
Ted, the stage manager, did a
good job of pushing the broom but,
like his character, was never really
allowed in the spotlight.
The second scene in the
kitchen centered around Charles
and his firing by Mrs. D (Nanette
Muntin), the restauranteur. Obvi-
ous devices were employed, such
as Charles' monologue to the
Spanish-speaking Salsa (Carrie
Barnhardt). Barnhardt's Salsa did
not live up to her character's
name, nor to her spicy character
description on the "menu" pro-
gram. Her only line was a Que ?
and the number 42, not leaving her
much to work with; I kept waiting
for her to curse in Spanish at her
co-workers. Her character seemed
straight out of a sitcom, and some

of the lines exchanged with her
would have been better suited for
television.
Memran as Chuck fell prey to
the malady of over-exaggeration
and barely managed to pull it off
as his character's overacting. All
of the characters in Kitchen Help
were stereotypes, making it easy
for the audience to quickly identify
with them. Sometimes the two di-
mensions were enough to carry the
performance; Erin Dilly was great
as Rodes, the hyper student in
charge who was left with a murder
on her shift. She used wild body
movements to gesticulate, as did
the teenage Zingo (Pete Ross),
whose raw gestures and one-liners
zinged off of the rest of the help.
The ending of Kitchen Help did
not match the rest of pace it was
keeping. It dissolved into some-
thing representative of Saturday
Night Live's Jon Lovitz as Master-
Thespian, calling out, "Acting!" In
comparison to other serious Base-
ment shows this season, Kitchen
Help was a cute show serving up
light fare, with a heavy dollop of
drama on the side.
-Diane Frieden

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