28 August 2017


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American punk rock band from Norfolk, Virginia formed in 1992.


1 No Time To Waste
2 Color Me Blood Red
3 If You Can't Have Fun, You Ain't No Fun
4 Burn It To The Ground
5 Treda Douche
6 Hard Up
7 30 Grams To Life
8 Hooligan
9 Real Thick Head
10 Drunken Blur
11 Gone For Good
12 Killin' My Buzz
13 Pain In The Ass
14 Such A Fool
15 Pissed Off, Ripped Off, Screwed
16 Moronic Pleasures

BLASTER THE ROCKET MAN The Monster Who Ate Jesus 1999



1 Deploy All Monsters Now!
2 It Came From Down South
3 Hopeful Monsters Are Dying Everyday
4 Stampdede!
5 Human Fly Trap (Our Hero Escapes From Venus)
6 None
7 Ransom Vs. The Unman
8 March Of The Macrobes
9 Cop City
10 Lovebot's Revenge
11 Disasteroid
12 None
13 Frankenstein's Monster Wants A Wife
14 I Like Lycanthropy
15 Tundra Time On Thulcandra
16 Venus At St. Anne's
17 Behive Behave
18 Baby Unvamp (Is Making A Comeback)

SPOONFED HYBRID self titled 1993

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The Spoonfed Hybrid project sports a number of impressive art-pop pedigrees; the group itself consists of Ian Masters (formerly of Pale Saints) and Chris Trout (of AC Temple), and their self-titled album is one of the first releases on Guernica, an offshoot of Ivo Watts-Russell's seminal 4AD label. The record itself lives up to this lineage, and frequently overshoots it. The duo adds a minimal electronic bent to the flowery dream pop of its predecessors, cutting recklessly between unique and varied sets of instruments (including cellos, harps, tablas, marimbas and loads of electronics). The group's songwriting maintains the hazy dreaminess of 4AD-style pop, but their comparatively clear and minimal arrangement is a big step forward from a genre that occasionally fell into unnecessary density. Without taking too much baggage from that era of music, Spoonfed Hybrid manages to turn out a collection of gorgeous songs in the same vein. 


1 Heaven's Knot 4:05
2 Naturally Occurring Anchors 2:04
3 Tiny Planes 5:21
4 Stolen Clothes 3:22
5 Lynched 4:30
6 1936 5:20
7 Getting Not To Know 5:09
8 Somehow Some Other Life 6:22
9 A Pocketful Of Dust 6:13
10 Ecnalubma 1:43
11 Boys In Zinc 4:02


23 August 2017

BLASTER THE ROCKET BOY Disasteroid 1998 + Succulent Space Food For Teething Vampires 1996


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Also known as Blaster The Rocket Man
punk rock that sounds like Dead Kennedys



1 King Of The Beach
2 I Killed The Checkout Girl (The Other Day)
3 Vac-U-Suc
4 Wolverine
5 Hounds Of Hell
6 Creature F
7 Lucky Dog
8 Gimme A Fright
9 100 MPH Tape
10 Casio Polka
11 Flesheaters
12 Rapeworm
13 The First In A Long Line Of "Cute" Robots
14 The Early Years

Succulent Space Food For Teething Vampires


1 American Werewolf
2 God Free Youth Flying Around In An X-Wing Fighter
3 Time Machine
4 M.R.R.
5 Ghouls Of The Night
6 The 1st In A Long Line Of "Cute" Robots
7 I'm Only Humanoid (Lost In Space)
8 King Of The Beach
9 All The Way To The Blood Bank
10 Vacusuck
11 Voltron
12 Creature Feature
13 Man Eating Plant (Vegetables Are Murder)
14 Good Citizen
15 Flesheaters
16 Deploy All Monsters

20 August 2017

TOMMY KEENE Ten Years After 1996

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Artist Biography by

Hailing from Bethesda, Maryland, Tommy Keene is a guitarist and singer/songwriter who plays and writes melodic guitar-based pop/rock. As a child, Keene played classical piano before picking up guitar and drums. He spent his teenage years drumming in a rock trio called Blue Steel, whose original guitar player, Mike Lofgren, was the younger brother of Nils Lofgren. Consequently, Keene's first notable gig was when Blue Steel opened for Lofgren's band Grin. In 1977, while attending the University of Maryland, Keene switched to guitar and formed the short-lived band the Rage with songwriter Richard X. Heyman. During this period, Keene left the Rage to join a popular Washington, D.C. rock band called the Razz, who opened for such notable acts as the Ramones, Devo, and Patti Smith. It was in the Razz that Keene met bass player Ted Nicely, who would work with him throughout the '80s.

Strange Alliance
After the Razz, Keene embarked on a European tour as a sideman for new wave singer Suzanne Fellini before co-founding a band called Pieces in New York. Unhappy with the music, Keene decided to form his own group with Nicely and drummer Doug Tull (also from the Razz), plus a guitar player named Michael Colburn, who was soon replaced by Billy Connelly. Using Keene's name, they released Strange Alliance on their own Avenue label in 1982, before being picked up by the Dolphin label out of North Carolina. Keene recorded two EPs there before being signed to Geffen, which released two full albums, Songs from the Film and Based on Happy Times, as well as Run Now, a six-song EP of previously recorded material, before dropping Keene from its roster.
Sleeping on a Roller Coaster
With a new backup band that included bassist/vocalist Brad Quinn and drummer John Richardson, Keene inked a deal with Matador in the early '90s, recording the EP Sleeping on a Roller Coaster and a full-length album entitled Ten Years After in 1996. In 1993, Alias released The Real Underground, a retrospective of Keene's career that included a wealth of unreleased tracks and out of print material from the '80s. In addition to recording and touring behind his records, Keene spent some of the '90s as a guitarist for hire, on the road with both Velvet Crush and Paul Westerberg. In 1998, he released a new studio album, Isolation Party. Four years later, he hooked up with his longtime rhythm section of John Richardson and Brad Quinn, Wilco's Jay Bennett, singer/songwriter Adam Schmitt, and ex-Gin Blossoms frontman Robin Wilson to issue The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down in June. In 2004, he switched lineups and released Drowning, and two years later, his tenth solo record, Crashing the Ether, came out on Eleven Thirty Records. In the Late Bright followed in 2009 on Second Motion. The following year saw the release of the double-disc career-spanning compilation Tommy Keene You Hear Me: A Retrospective 1983-2009. In 2011, Keene returned with the studio album Behind the Parade. Two years later, he released a collection of covers called Excitement at Your Feet, which he then followed in 2015 with the all-original Laugh in the Dark.


1 Going Out Again 2:19
2 Turning On Blue 4:16
3 Today And Tomorrow 4:29
4 Your Heart Beats Alone 4:03
5 If You're Getting Married Tonight 2:21
6 On The Runway 2:55
7 We Started Over Again 3:14
8 Silent Town 4:02
9 Good Thing Going 2:54
10 Compromise 3:03
11 You Can't Wait For Time 2:11
12 Before The Light Go Down 3:57

MOCKINGBIRDS self titled 1999

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The power-pop band the Mockingbirds comprised singer Mark Fuqua, guitarist Max Butler, bassist Paul Babiak and drummer Les James. Their self-titled, self-released debut LP initially appeared in 1996; though the subject of much critical acclaim, it quickly went out of print, but was reissued by the Not Lame label in 1999.


1 Hey, Tristessa
2 Baby, You're A Star
3 Angels And Helicopters
4 Porno Star
5 Alfred Hitchcock
6 Submarine
7 Outlaw Song
8 Michael
9 On The Patio
10 Moovy
11 Automatic Girl

Bonus Tracks
12 Dream City Sunshine
13 Freeride
14 Frank Mills

18 August 2017

MUFFLON 5 6:am Mantra 1994

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Thanks to Angelo
 Swedish power pop band


1 Waverer
2 Little Cycles
3 Cracker
4 Stars
5 Outlines
6 Golden
7 Life Map
8 6:am Mantra
9 Mirror Of Venus
10 Time Out
11 Among Friends
12 Out Of The Mud
13 Klaudias Song

JFKFC J.F.K.F.C. (year unknown)

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 Thanks to Angelo

I think this was: An Atlanta metal supergroup featuring members of other notably named bands like Necropolis, Dick Delicious and the Tasty Testicles, and Artemis Pyledriver

1. Last Temptation of Christ and Me
2. Domestic Violence Starts at Home
3. I Found Happiness in a Doomsday Cult
4. Not Enough Ways to Say I Hate You
5. Misanthropic
6. El Jeffe de la Medellin
7. Mantra
8. Dopesick
9. P.C.P. & Me
10. Kentucky Fried Humans
11. There's Something in My God Module

16 August 2017

NAKED TRUTH Green With Rage 1991

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1 Pan African Alive 2:39
2 King In My Home (Lovejoy) 3:05
3 Here Lies America 3:09
4 Downtown 2:19
5 Blood Flows 6:02
6 Harem Scarem! 2:40