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#147 – March 2010



Papa Roach
Papa Roach set their deepest secrets to music and discovered a nation of fans who shared their darkest emotions. John Pecorelli reveals how these small-town Cali boys screamed to the top of the charts-and how they plan to keep it real.

Rock Duets
A.P. takes an up-close-and-personal look at some of rock‘s more intimate collaborations.

50 Ways To Get Down With Fall
Grab a sneak peek at the music, movies, video games and more that will soon be rocking your world.

A.P. Wallpaper
Our new special section features classy photos of your favorite acts.

SECTIONS

Incoming Letters

New Releases Listing

Wiretapping News
Modern rockers pay tribute to Snot vocalist Lynn Strait; A.P. Rolls Tape on Weezer‘s reluctant emo-king Rivers Cuomo; Radiohead kid around in October; A.P. goes There And Back with Guns N‘ Roses/Snakepit guitar hero Slash, and much more.

Screenings
Get close-up with Amy Sedaris, star of HBO‘s sweetly sick comedy Strangers With Candy, and Urban Legends‘ Eva Mendez.

Low Profile
Get the low down on 25 of the hottest bands on the horizon, including Disturbed, Good Riddance, Sunna, U.P.O. and Tahiti 80.

BPM (electronica and beyond)
A.P. salutes Ninja Tune Records upon its 10th anniversary; Swayzak‘s top spins; reviews of electronica‘s elite; and more.

Reviews
Reviews this issue of new releases by De La Soul, Mayhem, All, Erick Sermon, Twilight Singers, Thievery Corporation, and many more; Self-Analysis gets an earful from Guided By Voices, A Guy Called Gerald and Trans Am; plus reviews of reissues.

A.P. Recommends/Charts
Recent albums you might have missed, and the album charts you helped to fill.

Snag The Swag!
Enter to win fabulous freebies from Sony, Fuel, Nine Days, MxPx, Ernie Ball, Kid Rock, Get Up Kids, Cold and more.

10 Essential DJ-Mix ALBUMS
Does DJ culture have your head spinning? Let A.P. turn you in the right direction.

Cover and content photos: Tim Hale

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