Get the Hell (Acetate Records). Review by Laura Pontillo.
Dan Sartain doesn’t really care if you know his name, or any of the songs he plays. He just came to remind you that rock ‘n’ roll can still be unsettling… and Matthew Moyer LOVES it.
Live clips and interviews from Meat Puppets, Minutemen, Redd Kross and Twisted Roots.
Ship Of Fools (Prophase). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Volume 6 (Planetary Group LLC). Review by Tim Wardyn.
The high-octane fumes swirling from the Rock Powerhouse that is Supagroup are enough to give anyone a dancing fit. Gail Worley investigates the volatiles emanating from this Alaska-via-Louisiana conflagration.
Various Artists (Acetate Records). Review by James Mann.
Behind The Barn (Pigpile). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Welcome To Splitsville! (The Music Cartel). Review by Kurt Channing.
Must’ve Been Live (Mid-Fi). Review by Julio Diaz.
Lucky 7 (Artemis). Review by Bettie Lou Vegas.
For Those Whose Hearts and Souls Are True (GMM). Review by Nathan T. Birk.
In 1993, three boys were tried and convicted for murder – not based on physical evidence, but on the grounds that they were ‘Satanists’ because they listened to heavy metal and read books by Stephen King. Despite a national outcry and an Academy Award-winning documentary on the case, the boys are still in prison. Supersuckers’ frontman Eddie Spaghetti put together a compilation to help Free the West Memphis Three, and recently discussed the compilation and the case with Sean Carswell.
The Supersuckers, with Los Infernos and Furious Four (The Hustler, Indialantic, FL, May 17, 2000). Concert review by Phillip Haire.
The Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World (Sub Pop). Review by Phillip Haire
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