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Bryan Thomas slashed through stylistic boundaries with his latest soul-rock opus, Ones and Zeroes; Saratoga’s own death-metal heavyweights, Skinless, traveled the globe to spread the disease; the Day Jobs finally released their debut CD, How I Wanted To Be, to the delight of working class power-pop fans; piano man Nate Buccieri released a CD and had us feelin’ alright at his weekly piano bar—wait, make that two weekly piano bars; and Hayseed sang smart, soulful country songs loud and proud from his big, Kentucky-bred heart.


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