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726-9600 EGG DONATION EARN $5000 - Daily 49er

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6 Tuesday, December 8, 2009 By KimBerly morgan Contributing Writer Diversions www.daily49er.com Struggle, escape pervade Red 9’s debut Red 9’s first full-length album lacks some creativity but holds strong grunge appeal Red 9, an indie rock band from Southern California, adds another alternative/grunge album to the popular mixed genre’s list. The full-length debut album titled “The Host” contains eight songs, all of which sound like cookie-cutter grunge rather than alternative. The band begins its album with a slow drumbeat in the first song “Adios.” While each song contains melancholy notes, this one evokes the most gloominess. Jeff Lyons, lead singer and bass player, sings, “I don’t ask why, I don’t ask what it means/It may not be as crazy as it seems/A line is drawn, a line is crossed/Are we gonna dig another grave?” Listeners will immediately assume that the album’s theme is personal battle. The next song, “Pedophile,” may refer to a real life struggle. The lyrics and Lyons’s voice hold the listener’s attention as he sings, “I was not born afraid/You made me that way/With what you’ve said and what you’ve done/It never seems to fade.” Red 9’s only creative and standout song, “Facedown,” progresses in layers, first with low guitar, bass and vocal notes that sound almost eerie. Then at the chorus, the singer belts out, “Just tell me one thing/Will you take it face down/Will you beg for it now?/‘Cause I want to know.” The music progresses halfway through the song from grunge to alternative via Paul Frislie’s bright guitar strums. After the rich and carefree guitar notes in “Facedown,” the skillful guitar strums, synthesizer sounds and lyrics in “Last Mistake” will likely make listeners feel like they are suffocating. A verse says, “A welcome disease/Force me on my knees/In deeper, now I feel the squeeze/I need to scream out/While drowning in doubt.” Some creativity is in the song “Out Like a Soldier.” The beginning sounds like a song heard in a western film. The rhythm matches a cowboy’s slow, aimless footsteps, and the lyrics, “Taste of metal, smell of oil/I’m running for my life/Wandering for far too long/And praying for daylight,” could very well describe an outlaw. In “Lay to Waste,” sirens and the sound of crackling fire begin the album’s final song. Then the classic grunge music arrives. It winds down at the end and leaves Lyons alone in the song with the words, “Am I the only one?” While listening to the album, it is easy to compare Red 9’s music to that of Creed, Nirvana and Bush. Also, Lyons’s vocal chops sound similar to Aaron Lewis from Staind and Eddie Vedder from Pearl Jam. On the downside, while the lyrics hold deep meaning, the structures lack creativity. There is not much rhyming in the lyrics and the grunge music sounds the same in every song. LOS ANGELES — “The Grammy Nominations Concert Live” gave the public a peek at the nominees for the upcoming Grammy Awards. The one-hour show was broadcast on CBS Dec. 2, hosted by LL Cool J. Some of the nominees mentioned were Jay-Z, Eminem, and Lady GaGa. The show included performances by nominees Sugarland, Black Eyed Peas and Maxwell. Taylor Swift is one of the leading stars, receiving eight nominations total. Swift’s “Fearless” was nominated for Album of the Year. But the top contender with 10 nominations is Beyoncé. Her song “Halo” is nominated for Record of the Year. The Black Eyed Peas received nominations for Album of the Year, Best Pop Performance By A Duo or Group With Vocals, Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Dance Recording and Record of the Year. They performed the same song, “I’ve Gotta Feeling,” twice on stage. Nick Jonas was the biggest cheeseball in the show. He debuted his side project, The Administration, performing “Who I Am.” Other memorable performances included Sugarland singing “Coming Home” in front of L.A. Live’s Christmas tree. Maxwell performed a tribute to Michael Jackson singing “The Lady in My Life.” The Grammys will be broadcast Jan. 31, 2010. Gain valuable experience and earn money as a Tutor at Long Beach City College Courtesy of red 9 From left to right: Paul Frislie, guitar and backup vocals, Giovanni Fuentes, drums, and Jeff Lyons, bass and lead vocals, make up Red 9. The unsigned band from Long Beach recently released its debut album. •
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 application at: Successcenters.lbcc.edu or call (562) 938-4669 By Jose rodriguez Contributing Writer Also, it seems that all the songs depict struggle and only the slightest hope of escaping that struggle. However, each song tells the same message differently and Red 9 coats the music with intense sentences such as, “After all we will become the dust” and “A dying man is all the proof we need/Growing from our mind just like a weed/ Lay to rest while we lay all to waste.” Grunge fans are sure to enjoy “The Host.” Those who like alternative rock will eventually learn to like this album, as the songs are easier to adjust to after some time. Overall, Red 9 produced a decent debut. Visit www.daily49er.com for full article. Grammy noms stir the pot Queen Mary decks By megan ClanCy Staff Writer its hulls for holidays The Queen Mary’s holiday festivities get underway Dec. 9 with its annual Christmas tree lighting. The event marks the start of the holiday season, complete with snow, aboard the ship. Attendees are invited to count down with Long Beach mayor Bob Foster and ship general manager Uwe Roggenthien as they light the holiday tree at 7 p.m. “The tree lighting event is our way to invite the community to celebrate the holiday season with The Queen Mary. This is the kick-off event for the season and we look forward to welcoming everyone aboard,” said Paul Haugh, director of events and attractions. The Long Beach International Children’s Choir and a steel drum band will treat guests to Christmas carols throughout the night. Guests are asked to bring unwrapped toys to donate to the Long Beach Fire Department’s “Spark of Love” donation program. For the first time, an ice-skating rink located on the ship’s Verandah Deck. Ice-skating will cost $10 including skate rental. The Queen Mary will host its holiday events through Dec. 30. The event and parking are free. diversionsd49er@gmail.com C ampus C alendar On campus DESN 360 Design majors from the Environmental Communication course, DESN 360, will exhibit projects in the Design Gallery today from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Students work in teams of up to three to design a signage system for a future 33-story condominium project in Atlanta, Ga. Admission is free and open to the public. The gallery will close to the public tomorrow from noon to 3:45 p.m. for judging. Eno’s art Come see Brian Eno’s “77 Million Paintings” today at the University Art Museum from noon to 5 p.m. Experience a unique display of computergenerated drawings to abstract music. Visit the exhibition this week before it ends on Dec. 13. Off campus Coffee and poetry The Viento y Agua Coffeehouse will hold an open mic session tonight at 7 p.m. Have a warm Mexican Moka before reciting some smooth lines on stage. Viento y Agua is located at 4007 E. 4th St. Visit www.vientoyaguacoffeehouse.com or call 562-434-1182 for more information. Riot girl rock Punk rockers Shaman Us will perform at Di- Piazza’s tonight at 6 p.m. Have a DiPiazza’s combo pizza before listening to some covers and original songs from the band. DiPiazza’s is located at 5205 E. Pacific Coast Hwy. Visit www. dipiazzas.com or call 562-498-2461 for more information. Stay Connected! Sign up for breaking news e-mail alerts and be able to surf through content right in your e-mail! Sign up at daily49er.com/register

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