The March 2010 issue of Innocent Words Magazine is out now!

Issue #42 March 2010
Cover Story: Allison Moorer; Also interviews with Juilana Hatfield; Mean Jeans; Ok Go; Chad Price; The Revelling; Tegan & Sara; Plus: CD; DVD and Book reviews.

INTERVIEWS

-Allison Moorer: Delivers and recieves the message on new album Crows
-Juilana Hatfield: She Closes Her Mouth to Speak on Peace & Love
-Mean Jeans: Never Take Them Seriously
-Ok Go: After five years, OK Go is back with new album Of the Blue Colour of the Sky
-Chad Price: From Punk Rock to Alt Country and now a Solo Singer/Songwriter
-The Revelling: Follwing in His Father’s Footsteps, Jay Wenberg talks About The Reveling
-Tegan & Sara: on Sainthood, or life as a conversation

CD REVIEWS

-AM Conspiracy – S/T (Burnhill Union)
-Jello Biafra and the Guantanomo School of Medicine - The Audacity of Hype (Alternative Tentacles)
-Blessthefall - Witness (Fearless)
-Built to Spill - There Is No Enemy (WEA/Reprise)
-Cold Cave - Love Comes Close (Matador)
-deVries - Death to God (Noise on Noise)
-Ad Frank and The Fast Easy Women - Your Secrets Are Mine Now (Archenemy)
-Grant Hart - Hot Wax (Con D'or)
-Juliana Hatfield - Peace & Love (Ye Olde)
-Hurricane Bells - Tonight is the Ghost (Vagrant)
-Kandi Coded - Fell for the Gift (Volcom)
-Locksley - Be In Love (Self-Released)
-Allison Moorer – Crows (Ryko)
-NOFX - Cokie the Clown (Fat Wreck Chords)
-ONS – 1 (In the Loop)
-Elvis Presley - Elvis 75: Good Rockin’ Tonight (Legacy Records and RCA)
-Chuck Prophet - Let Freedom Ring! (Yep Rock)
-System and Station - I’m Here to Kill (Latest Flame)
-Thomas’ Apartment - Tuesday Night Lights (Self-Released)
-Gordon Withers - Self-Titled (Self Released)
-Daphne Willis - What to Say (Vanguard)
-X-Ray Spex - Live at the Roundhouse London (Future Noise)

BOOK REVIEWS

-Bowie by Marc Spitz (Crown Publishing)
-Runaway Dream: Born to Run and Bruce Springsteen's American Vision by Louis P. Masur (Bloomsbury Press)

DVD REVIEWS

-Chuck: The Complete Second Season (Warner Home)
-In the Loop by Armando Iannucci (IFC)
-Sid! (MVD Visuals)

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