Gina Arnold

Gina Arnold is a music journalist who wrote for the Reader during the early 1990s.

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Articles by Gina Arnold

I'm sick of Being a Euro Weenie

Depeche Mode fills a trivial hole in the adolescent psyche.

Black-clad boys and girls who think of themselves as alienated because they have begun to doubt the precepts of Christianity.

The Teenage Wasteland Lives on in a Chula Vista Garage

Titillated and heartened by the sexually ambigous rough-housing attendant to a performance by the Fastbacks in a Chula Vista Garage.

You Can't Buy Love — But They Tried

Are Lollapalooza and the Harvest Crusade two sides of the same coin?

In the ladies' restroom of the Orange County bureau of the Los Angeles Times, there's a vending machine that sells Five shades of beige pantyhose. For a long time I've felt that the concentrated forces ...

Goth rock and other underground rumblings

No fun at all

One hot afternoon last summer, Susan Peters's rock band Fiction, whom DJ Chase of SDSU’s student-run radio station KCR refers to as “San Diego’s Premier Gothic Rock Band,” played a gig at theGrove shopping mall ...

Let’s Be Friends

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