How To Make Enemies & Irritate People (1994)
If this would have been the Screeching Weasel's last album, they could have at least ended their career with a loud, middle-finger salute. (Unfortunately, they would eventually try to recapture their old flame with a different lineup some years after ...
In A Family Way (1994)
Sibling Rivalry: Joey Ramone, Mickey Leigh.
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Information Highway Revisited (1994)
The New Bomb Turks' debut album, Destroy-Oh-Boy!, made clear they were the Midwest's great new hope for old-school punk rock, and on their follow-up, Information Highway Revisited, they didn't change their tune much -- they just got better at it. ...
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We're Not In This Alone LP (2008)
Track Listing: Flame Still Burns; Slow Down; Choose to Be; Put It Aside; Wake up and Live; No More; What Goes Around; Potential Friends; Time We'll Remember; Live Free; Understand; Prejudice; Keep It Up;
I Know You Fine, But How You Doin' (1995)
Contains the I KNOW YOU FINE BUT HOW YOU DOIN' LP and the HOUSEROCKIN' LP.
On this follow-up to their full-length debut, the Gories delight fans of low-fi garage blues, serving up a number of covers and originals in their characteristic ...
Thank the Holder Uppers (1995)
Allegedly named in honor of things that hold up other things -- coat racks and the like -- Holder Uppers finds Claw Hammer running smack dab into major label territory and...getting away with it, actually. Nothing really has changed from ...
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Come Recline With Black Velvet Flag (1995)
One of the funniest records released this year. Remember the CIRCLE JERKS dressed as lounge entertainers, crooning an insipid Borscht-Belt version of "When the Shit Hits the Fan," in the '83 movie Repo Man? And the punk at the table ...
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Who Is, This Is! (1993)
Track Listing: Insubordination; Dirty Rats; Give In; You're the Problem; Sin Berguensa; Wife and Kid; Country Phuck; Dog Pile; Here Comes the Sun; Too Many Secrets; Cheap Guy; La Migra; Ugly Stick; Bossman; ; Revenge of the Nerds;
Drunk Tank: Julian Mills (vocals, bass); Alex Barker (guitar); Steven Cerio (drums).
Violent Green includes: Jenifer Olay (vocals, guitar); Wayne Flower (bass); Drew Quinlan (drums).
Get Action! (2000)
Other White Meat
Track Listing: Battle With the Bottle; I Go Right Outta My Mind; Saturday Night in a Holding Tank; Ay Mi Yaquicita; You Don't Know; Never Again; Bottom of the Bayou; Hogtied Over You; Meet Me at Minton's; Bordertown; Tombstone Shadow; Clock on the Wall;
Red Medicine (1995)
Fugazi are as notable for their "political music for the common man" approach as for the stop-start riffing that made their guitars-and-gestalt-therapy sound into an industry buzz. Their 1995 album, RED MEDICINE, reasserts the band's grasp on alterna-angst and charging ...
...And Out Come the Wolves (1995)
There's a saying that there can never be too much of a good thing, and Rancid could've coined the phrase. Their irresistible old-school punk and their ska-in-the-garage guitar sound are sure to please anyone who thought the Clash were the ...
||Step On A Crack Volume 2 (1995) |
Performers include: Deadguy, The Devil Dogs, Die 116, Electric Frankenstein, Garden Variety, Hell No, Holeshot, The Hot Corn Girls, Iabhorher, Iron Prostate, Mind Over Matter, Murphy's Law, Neglect, Sweet Diesel, The Templars, Vicious Beatniks, The Wives, The Wretched Ones.
Proud To Be (1995)
Pure Acid Park (1995)
All songs written by Alice Donut except "I Walked With A Zombie" (Roky Erikson).
Recorded at B.C. Studios, Brooklyn, New York in March 1995.
Alice Donut: Tomas Antona, David Giffen, Michael Jung, Richard Mather Marshall IV, Stephen Moses, Sissi Schulmeister.
I Heard They Suck Live (1995)
Recorded live in Hollywood, California on January 8-9, 1995. Includes liner notes by Fat Guy.
Snapcase's distillation of East Coast hardcore bears many of the standard hallmarks of the genre: raw, tortured howling; metallic, atonal riffing; stop/start dynamics; and -- as the title suggests -- personal, inward-looking lyrics. Producer Don Fury gives the band a ...
Songs in the Key of Bree (1994)
The debut album by San Diego ska-punks Buck-O-Nine garnered instant comparison to the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, and for good reason; although singer Jon Pebsworth had infinitely more dulcet tones than the gravel-voiced Dicky Barrett, the band's revved-up reiteration of the ...
No More Dreams of Happy Endings (1995)
Damnation AD: Mike McTernan (vocals); Hillel Halloway, Ken Olden (guitar); Alex Merchlinsky (bass); Dave Ward (drums).
Collection II (1995)
Certain bands inspire loyalty in their fans above and beyond the call of duty; the Misfits inspire loyalty above and beyond the call of sanity, as proved by the legions who consistently snatch up almost anything with the band's name ...
||Buried Alive: Best From Smoke 7 Records 81-83 (1995) |
Performers include: Bad Religion, M.I.A., Redd Kross, Youth Gone Mad.
With his best album since Over the Edge, and his second-best LP out of his ten releases (behind Youth of America), Phoenix guitarist-magician Greg Sage restakes his claim as America's most committed, most uncompromising, most important rock artist: After laying ...
Even thought the immediate response to the words "comeback album" is followed with rolled eyes and cynical remarks, opinions will change when one cranks out Demmamussabebonk. Being the first Snuff record since their "breakup," back in 1992, a three-year hiatus ...