Compact Picks

CLIPSE Hell Hath No Fury We suspect that like their 2002 debut, Lord Willin', this duo's second CD will be all about the tunes. Or should we say the Neptunes? Clipse (brothers Malice and Pusha T) have the enviable distinction of being best buds with the habanero-hot track masters, who'll handle production chores. THE BUZZ Did we mention the Neptunes were involved in this? (12/19)

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ALSO New studio discs from Bad Boy's Da Band, Lyle Lovett, Bette Midler (9/30); Belle & Sebastian, Cracker, Death Cab for Cutie, Jet, Living Colour, Dannii Minogue, Primus, RZA, Sevendust, Static-X, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog (10/7); Jagged Edge, Jonny Lang (10/14)Meshell Ndegeocello, Raphael Saadiq, Travis (10/14); Barenaked Ladies, Goodie Mob, Loon, Montell Jordan, Mandy Moore, Van Morrison, Something Corporate, Paul Westerberg (10/21); 112, Gerald Levert (10/28); Blaque, Bon Jovi, Ja Rule, Jars of Clay, Toni Braxton (11/4) Ronald Isley & Burt Bacharach, Kelis (11/11); Godsmack (11/18); Hoobastank, Musiq (12/2); Cam'ron (12/9); Memphis Bleek (12/16)

Originally posted Sep 26, 2003 Published in issue #730 Sep 26, 2003 Order article reprints