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The Mainly Annual
EastWesterly Review/Postmodern Village
16th Annual
Conference

Patton R. KrocRommel McDonald: the Mercurial Triumphalism of Branding, a Tactical Tank-fight
by Patton R. Kroc

Reduced, due to track-bound circumstances, to onscreen recreations, Kroc's desertified shoot-em-up still managed to rattle a few thick-shelled academic noggins. Cultural hegemony is the assumption of want.

DJ 4LewdL.L. Triptophan: the Resurgence of Hallucinogenic Rap, a Rave in Three Sets
by DJ 4Lewd

I can't recall which was better, the pretty colors or the butt-jarring break beats (especially after sitting for so long).

Jude Wu-Ching WellesTerrence Trent of D'Urbavilles: No-Brow Culture Meets the Neo-Suburban North-Country Mining Town, a Pop Album
by Jude Wu-Ching Welles

Wu-Ching Welles brings the full-monty of coal-mining cleverness into the fore, arguing that only oppression brings out the Hardy in us, whether musically or liter(ari)ly. How he got Timbaland to produce is beyond me, though the lack of specificity in his lyrics did sometimes make his meaning obscure.

Berger L. EnfantThe Euburban Scene: the Cul-de-Sac Crowd Goes Green, a Mystification
by Berger L. Enfant

A lush lawn and less water? A bug-free monoculture that's kind to Mother Earth? Nah. Infernal internal inconsistencies combust our notions of suburban social consciousness: it's just a white-wash, green only with cash.

Papers from Train 6: Coast Starlight