Plunge yourself back into the year that brought NAFTA and the clubbing of Nancy Kerrigan with the creators of 1994's greatest records: Pavement (whose Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain was as good as anything they ever did) and Hole (whose Live Through This is the crowning achievement of Courtney Love's entire existence). Courtney & Co. will hit Bumbershoot with a 75-minute set that could be a complete fucking disaster, while Pavement rock the Paramount with a full set guaranteed to be ravishingly ramshackle. (Pavement at the Paramount, 911 Pine St, 682-1414, 8 pm, $32, all ages; Hole at Bumbershoot, Memorial Stadium, Seattle Center, 7:30 pm, $40, all ages)

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