28 December 2009

THE DAMBUILDERS Encendedor 1994



1 Copsucker
2 Smell
3 Kill Haole Day
4 Slo-Mo Kikaida
5 Idaho
6 Colin's Heroes
7 Collective
8 Shrine
9 Delaware
10 Fur

NORTHSIDE Chicken Rhythms 1991

Northside are a band from Moston, Manchester, England, that borrowed heavily from the Madchester scene of the time. Formed in 1989, they released their only album Chicken Rhythms on Factory Records in 1991. The band became known for their live shows as part of what was the 1990 indie-rave scene. Their style was more to do with The Charlatans, as opposed The Stone Roses.

14 November 2009

CURVE Doppelgänger 1992


Doppelgänger is the 1992 debut album by the British band Curve. A continuation of the musical idiom established by the group on its three earlier EPs, the record combines elements of dance music and alternative rock with the reverb- and distortion-heavy stylings of "shoegazing".


1 Already Yours 3:56
2 Horror Head 3:41
3 Wish You Dead 3:31
4 Doppelgänger 4:30
5 Lillies Dying 4:24
6 Ice That Melts The Tips 4:31
7 Split Into Fractions 4:33
8 Think & Act 5:15
9 Faît Accompli 4:39
10 Sandpit 3:27
11 Clipped 3:51

LARD Last Temptation of Reid 1990

Lard is a hardcore punk/Industrial band founded in 1988 as a side project by Jello Biafra (vocals), Al Jourgensen (guitar), Paul Barker (bass), and Jeff Ward (drums).[1] Biafra is perhaps best known as the former frontman of the punk rock band Dead Kennedys. Jourgensen is the founder and only continuous member of industrial metal band Ministry, of which Barker was an official member between 1988 and 2004, and Ward was also once a touring member. Over the years, several other members of Ministry played with Lard, namely Bill Rieflin, Mike Scaccia, and Rey Washam.

Like most of Biafra's work, Lard's songs are angrily political (the War on Drugs is a particularly common theme) but often have a tinge of humour.

Lard - Forkboy

VELOCITY GIRL Copacetic 1993

Velocity Girl was an American indie rock band formed in 1989 in College Park, Maryland, although it was generally known as a Washington, DC-area band. The band took its name from a Primal Scream B-side. While much 1990s rock music featured an abrasive vocal and instrumental style, Velocity Girl's sound, especially post-1993, was more melodic and typically featured "clean" (non-distorted) electric guitar sounds and two-part harmonies. However, on their first seven-inch records on Slumberland and Merge, as well as their first Sub Pop album, Copacetic, Velocity Girl were noted for their shoegaze influences. The band was noted for its love of releasing a steady stream of 7" vinyl singles. Slumberland Records was formed in 1989 by members of several D.C.-area bands, including Velocity Girl.

02 November 2009


Blonde Redhead is an American rock trio comprising Kazu Makino and twin brothers Simone and Amedeo Pace. The band performs in multiple languages including English, Japanese, Italian, and French.

13 October 2009

L7 Bricks Are Heavy 1992


L7 was formed by Donita Sparks and Suzi Gardner on shared electric guitar and shared vocals. A year previous, Gardner had performed backing vocals on the Black Flag song "Slip It In". The punk rock duo were soon joined by Jennifer Finch on bass guitar and Roy Koutsky on drums. Koutsky left shortly after and Demetra Plakas ("Dee" for short) became their permanent drummer.

The band's name derives from a 1950s slang phrase meaning "square," but is often mistaken for a reference to the sex position, "69".


Here's all the songs by Dickless. Kelly Canary, due to her growling vocals, destroyed her vocal chords. Jana went on to release a couple of solo albums.

From LastFM
Dickless was a short lived all-girl band from Seattle, Washington. Signed to Sub Pop records, they released their only record in May 1990.

The original line-up consisted of Kelly Canary (vocals), Kerry Green (guitar), Jana McCall (bass), and Lisa Smith (drums). Jennie Trower eventually replaced McCall on bass guitar, while Meagan Jasper replaced Canary on vocals in the band’s later days.

27 September 2009

KAREN FINLEY A Certain Level of Denial 1994


Karen Finley (b. 1956, Evanston, Illinois) is a controversial American performance artist, whose theatrical pieces and recordings have often been labelled "obscene" due to their graphic depictions of sexuality, abuse, and disenfranchisement. She was notably one of the NEA Four, four performance artists whose grants from the National Endowment for the Arts were vetoed in 1990 by John Frohnmayer after the process was condemned by Senator Jesse Helms under "decency" issues.

24 August 2009

PELL MELL Flow and Interstate



Pell Mell was an instrumental rock combo formed in 1980 in Portland, Oregon.



1 American Eagle 2:23
2 Breach Of Promise 3:56
3 Bring On The China 3:22
4 The Devil Bush 2:19
5 Smoke 4:04
6 Aero 3:55
7 Flood 7:02
8 Little Blue Dance 4:12
9 Signal 3:54
10 Blaming The Messenger 1:53
11 Mopping Up 3:34



1 Nothing Lies Still Long 4:11
2 Revival 4:33
3 Anna Karina 3:02
4 Saucer 3:30
5 Pound Cake 3:43
6 Constellation 4:00
7 Blacktop 3:24
8 Butterfly Effect 4:34
9 Drift 4:10
10 Vegetable Kingdom 6:27
11 Ether 4:39
12 Floating Gate 3:03

21 August 2009

FM EINHEIT Sensation Death 1997

FM Einheit (also known as F.M. Einheit, FM, Mufti, real name: Frank Martin Strauss, born December 18, 1958, in Dortmund) is an industrial and electronic musician from Germany.

While primarily known for his percussion work with the influential industrial group Einstürzende Neubauten, he has also collaborated with KMFDM, Goethes Erben and recorded several albums in collaboration with other musicians (such as Andreas Ammer, Ulrike Haage) and solo. FM Einheit was also involved in the projects Stein and Gry.


20 August 2009

GODFLESH Us and Them 1999


Godflesh were an English industrial metal band from Birmingham, England. They formed in 1988 by Justin K. Broadrick (guitar, vocals, and programming) and G. C. Green (bass) and disbanded in 2002. The band is regarded as one of the pioneers of industrial metal and post-metal.[1]

12 August 2009

DIG Runt EP 1993


Dig formed in 1991 in Los Angeles; vocalist Scott Hackwith had previously produced for The Ramones, and guitarist Dix Denney had played with The Weirdos and Thelonious Monster.[1] After releasing an EP in 1992, they signed with Radioactive Records and issued their first full-length in 1993, produced by Dave Jerden. The single "Believe" was played regularly on MTV's Buzz Bin[1] and was their lone charting hit, reaching #19 on the Billboard Modern Rock chart[2] and #34 on the Mainstream Rock chart.[3] The group issued two further full-lengths in 1996 and 1999.


1 I'll Stay High 3:18
2 Groundhead 3:45
3 We Don't Care 3:18
4 Mothership 4:37

SUN 60 self titled 1992

Sun-60 (later Sun 60 without the hyphen) were a Los Angeles Alternative rock band from 1987-1996.

The band was notable for the vocal gymnastics of Joan Jones, the guitar riffs of David Russo, clever song-writing, and an eclectic combination of styles, including folk, alt rock, pop, and blues.

Despite a cult following, considerable commercial potential, and moderate success both as a touring live act and on record, the band never quite caught on, and split in 1996.

10 August 2009

LINDA PERRY After Hours 1995

Linda Perry was lead singer of 4 Non Blondes, who released one album then took off for greener pastures. In 1995, Perry released After Hours which remains my favourite solo release. She really put her soul into this and her voice is just as strong as ever. Perry is also well known as a talented producer, sound engineer, musician and songwriter, having penned songs for such artists as Pink and Cristina Aguilera. I don't really think there is much that this woman cannot do. 
1 The Garden 4:37
2 Jackie 5:11
3 Sunny April Afternoon 3:59
4 Lost Command 5:09
5 Get It While You Can 4:29
6 Bang The Drum 4:00
7 Some Days Never End 3:27
8 New Dawn 5:14
9 Fly Away 5:39
10 Let Me Ride 3:47
11 The Cows Come Home 4:23
12 Carry On 3:58
12.1 (Untitled Interlude) 0:33
13.1 (Untitled) 3:58
13.2 (Silence) 0:04

09 August 2009

DIVINYLS Underworld 1996

In 1991, the Divinyls received international acclaim with their hit I Touch Myself. However, long before that hit, where many Americans finally "discovered" the band, the Divinyls were ripping up the stages all around the world and had released 4 prior albums, all unfortunately ignored by American rock radio. After their self titled release in 1991, it was another 5 years before the Divinyls released their last full length CD, Underworld.
The Divinyls regrouped in 2007, did a mini-tour of Australia and released a single, "Don't Wanna Do This."



1 Hard On Me 4:35
2 Sex Will Keep Us Together 3:56
3 I'm Jealous 4:16
4 For A Good Time 5:07
5 Open Windows 4:51
6 Bleed 0:53
7 Underworld 3:53
8 Human On The Inside 4:13
9 Come Down To Earth 4:39
10 Spook 0:42
11 Sorry 4:52
12 Heart Of Steel 4:45
13 Save Me 5:37
14 Black Magic 5:38

TOASTED HERETIC Another Day Another Riot video and MP3

Toasted Heretic band history from IrishRock.org

Here's a video of Toasted Heretic's Another Day Another Riot

Toasted Heretic video download

INSANE JANE Each Finger 1993

Insane Jane released 2 albums and then sadly disbanded. If you didn't get a chance to check them out the first time around, here's your chance. Yellow - wow, what a voice she has.

Insane Jane's singer's website here



1 Daisy 3:17
2 I'm Flying 2:39
3 Each Finger 3:16
4 I Won't Stand 4:13
5 Father Time 2:55
6 Harri Faith 2:40
7 Anymore 3:43
8 Hate 2:57
9 Lollipop Serenade 2:46
10 Sister Sue 3:01
11 Brought Again 2:23
12 So Long 1:47
13 Latter Train 2:41
14 3-D Jesus 12:02
15 American Standard 3:22

04 August 2009

MORDAM RECORDS In Store Play Sampler 1992

Mordam Records In Store Play Samplers were sent to radio stations and record stores to promote the bands and labels that were distributed by the Mordam Records Distribution Company in San Francisco. They were housed in cardboard sleeves. The track listing for this sampler is incorrect. The 22nd song is by El Vez "Esta Bien Mamacita" and the 23rd song is Pop Defect "Bob Says No!"
The sampler includes bands on Sympathy For The Record Industry, Estrus Records, Lookout, Kill Rock Stars, Allied Recordings, Alternative Tentacles, Vinyl Communications, Hell Yeah, Flipside Records, Seeland (that's Negativland's own record label), Dr. Strange, Dionysus, Shredder, Kirbdog, Wrong, Jade Tree and Empty.

1. Alice Donut - Magdalene
2. Naked Agression - Out of Control
3. Strawman - Sioux City Debutante
4. Humpers - Hey Shadow
5. Bratmobile - Panic
6. Spitboy - Ultimate Violations
7. Tit Wrench - Rock and Roll, Man
8. Zipgun - Together Dumb
9. Butt Trumpet - I Left My Flannel in Seattle
10. Paper Tulips - We Never Close
11. Show Business Giants - Teeny Weeny Man
12. Tilt - Addiction
13. Buzzoven - Frayed
14. Negativland - The Gun and the Bible
15. Ill Repute - Not That Way
16. Man or Astroman? - Invasion of the Dragon Men
17. Victims Family - Balderdash '93
18. Witchdoctors - I'm So Restless
19. Swiz - Nine
20. One Man Running - Windfall
21. Parasites - I Don't Believe You
22. El Vez - Esta Bien Mamacita
23. Pop Defect - Bob Says No!
24. Crackerbash - Shoe-In
25. Unwound - Rat Bite
26. Mono Men - Wrecker!
27. Screeching Weasel - Goodbye To You

31 July 2009

THE MUFFS self titled 1993



The Muffs are a rock band based in Southern California, formed in 1991.

After releasing their initial 7" EPs and singles independently and on local labels, The Muffs signed to Warner Bros. Records in the early '90s and released their self-titled album in 1993. The Muffs were eventually dropped from the label. The Muffs have since continued to release new records on various independent labels.

The Muffs' leader is singer-songwriter Kim Shattuck. The original lineup also included guitarist Melanie Vammen (like Shattuck, a former member of 1980s all-female garage rock outfit The Pandoras), bassist Ronnie Barnett and drummer Criss Crass. Vammen and Crass left after the band's self-titled debut album. Crass was replaced by Jim Laspesa after their 1993 tour with the Goo Goo Dolls, and later by Roy McDonald in 1994. The Muffs have been a 3-piece since 1995 with members Kim Shattuck, Ronnie Barnett and Roy McDonald.

The Muffs are currently taking a long break from music but have announced they have not broken up.


1 Lucky Guy 2:47
2 Saying Goodbye 2:18
3 Everywhere I Go 3:25
4 Better Than Me 2:50
5 From Your Girl 3:30
6 Not Like Me 3:03
7 Baby Go Round 2:50
8 North Pole 0:36
9 Big Mouth 1:51
10 Every Single Thing 2:23
11 Don't Waste Another Day 2:37
12 Stupid Jerk 0:31
13 Another Day 2:15
14 Eye To Eye 3:32
15 I Need You 3:44
16.1 All For Nothing 2:45
16.2 Untitled 0:18

THE FLUID Glue / Roadmouth 1990

File combines "Roadmouth" and "Glue" EP

Forged in the gritty, unforgiving depths of the Denver punk scene in 1985, The Fluid was one of the most powerful and hardest-hitting acts of the late ’80s and early ’90s. Composed of vocalist John Robinson, drummer Garrett Shavlik, bassist Matt Bischoff, and guitarists James Clower and Rick Kulwicki, the band was the first non-Seattle signing by the initially provincial Sub-Pop label, which released the group’s scorching sophomore album, Clear Black Paper, in 1988. (The quintet’s debut, Punch N Judy, was released on Denver’s Ray-On Records in 1986 and was later reissued on Germany’s Glitterhouse imprint.)


Glue 23:06
1 Our Love Will Still Be There 3:01
2 Black Glove 2:58
3 Closet Case 4:28
4 Candy 3:15
5 Pretty Mouse 4:15
6 Wasted Time 5:09

Roadmouth 31:31
7 Cop A Plea 4:32
8 Ode To Miss Lodge 3:06
9 Twisted & Pissed 3:37
10 Is It Day? 2:52
11 What Man 4:22
12 Hooked 2:48
13 Human Mill 3:15
14 Girl Bomb 2:15
15 Fool's Rule 4:44