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NOFX started as a high school band in 1993. More than 10 full-length albums later, the band releases their latest, The War on Errorism, on Tuesday.
By Lindsay Walker
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Thursday May 1, 2003


· Blur Think Tank (Virgin)
· Bone Uses Wrist Grab (Cuneiform)
· Paul Brady Songbook (Compass)
· Brave Combo Box of Ghosts (Rounder)
· Breaking Pangaea Phoenix (Equal Vision)
· DJ Miss Lisa Magnetism (Topaz)
· DJ Ti‘sto Nyanav (Nettwerk)
· Djam Karet A Night for Baku (Cuneiform)
· Lara Downes Reform (Azica)
· Jen Elliot The Secret's Out (City Canyons)
· The Few The Few (PSB)
· The Fins Superstar (Silica)
· Front 242 Pulse (Metropolis)
· Beppe Gambetta Blu di Genova (Gadfly)
· Eve Goldberg Crossing the Water (Borealis)
· Goldfrapp Black Cherry (Mute)
· The Gossip Movement (Kill Rock Stars)
· Hotwire The Routine (RCA)
· Krakatoa We Are the Rowboats (Cuneiform)
· Lamb of God As the Palaces Will Burn (Prosthetic)
· The Long Winters When I Pretend to Fall (Barsuk)
· Timo Maas Music for the Maases 2 (Kinetic)
· NOFX The War on Errorism (Fat Wreck)
· Noise Ratchet Noise Ratchet (The Militia Group)
· Public Enemy Son of a Bush (Koch)
· Tomahawk Mit Gas (Ipecac)
· The Turbo A.C.'s Automatic (Gearhead)


· "Borderline" (Columbia)
· "Catch Me If You Can" (DreamWorks)
· "Deacons for Defense" (Showtime)
· "Murder in Greenwich" (Sony)
· "The Emperor's Club" (Universal)
· "The Unsaid" (Eagle)

· "X2" (Fox)
· "The Lizzie McGuire Movie" (Buena Vista)
· "Blue Car" (Miramax)
· "The Dancer Upstairs" (Fox)
· "Owning Mahowny" (Sony)


Prepare to be blown away by the powerful performance of Michelle Shocked, who kicks off her national tour in Tucson this Friday. Come to City Limits, 6350 E. Tanque Verde, from 9 to 11:30 p.m. This show is 21 and older and costs $16 in advance. For details, call Randy at 623-1000, ext. 13.

If you're into the wonders of Portugese, check out the Brazilian Bossa Nova, performing Friday night from 7 until 9. This event will take place at Bookman's, 6230 E. Speedway Blvd. Also performing are Theresa Scionti, Amilcar Guevara, and Mike Levy. There is no cost. For more info, call Colin Waite at 748-9555.

Come to the Congress Cock Fight on Friday night and see The Jons go at it against Chango Malo. This much-anticipated event will take place at Club Congress, 311 E. Congress St. The bash begins at 9 p.m. and costs $5. For details, call 622-8848.

If you have five bucks and nothing to do at midnight this Friday or Saturday, check out the Loft Cinema, 3233 E. Speedway Blvd. The cinema presents "Footloose" this Friday, and "Friday the 13th" on both Friday and Saturday. So, if you're free and have a desire to see these classics, come on out. For more info, call 795-0844.

Vic Chesnutt performs with Andrew Bird this Saturday at 9 p.m. at Solar Culture, 31 E. Toole Ave. The cost is $10 to hear the interesting blend of unique music. For more details, call 884-0874.

The Silverwood Duo performs Saturday afternoon from 3 until 4:30. Guitarist Paige Jackson and flautist Renee Bond will serenade the audience at Bookman's, 1930 E. Grant Rd., with their unique blend of musical technique. This concert is free. For more info, call Chris Stead at 325-5767.

Check out Roger Clyne and The Peacemakers on Saturday at City Limits, 6350 E. Tanque Verde. Doors open at 7 p.m. for this $12 affair. For details, call 327-3340.

OneNightFilmFest'03 is a student film festival that will be held Sunday, May 4th at 7 p.m. in the Social Sciences auditorium on the University of Arizona campus. There is no cost for this event.

Classical guitarist David Rose performs Sunday from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. at Bookman's, 3733 W. Ina Rd. For details about this free concert, call Colin Waite at 579-0303.

Head on out to The Boondocks, 3306 N. 1st Ave, and listen to the diverse sound of the Carnivaleros. On Sunday night from 8 until 11, the group will perform a mix of blues, Tex-Mex, folk, and more. For more info, call 690-0991.

The Cinco de Mayo Pachanga takes place Sunday night at 8 at The Rialto Theatre, 318 E. Congress St. The cost is only $18 to see a myriad of artists and groups, including Lil Rob, NB Ridaz, Kid Frost, Slowpain and The Raskal. For details and tickets, call 798-3333.

Andy Hersey plays Club Congress, 311 E. Congress St, on Wednesday night at 9. Eleven Miles Over opens. The cost is $5. For details, call 622-8848.

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