No Borders – Review

January 1, 2000

Half Japanese, half American hardcore, many of the names here are familiar, and the others are the Japanese bands that make this comp worth listening to.

Serial Killer Comp. – Review

September 1, 1999

With a sexy cover and a collection of 28 punkpop/powerpop/balls-out rock’n’roll faves and newbies totaling over 70 minutes – How can you resist?

Incompatible #1 – Review

June 1, 1999

Now here’s something new… a CD ROM compilation and ‘zine. Not only is it a great idea, it proves to be a pretty interesting read.

Hopelessly Devoted to You – Review

October 1, 1996

Yet another collection of pop punksters influenced by Bad Religion and Descendents. Far too many bands sound like this, but some of the songs aren’t half bad.

Living In Fear – Review

August 1, 1996

20 tracks from the likes of The Queers, Capitalist Casualties, The Freeze, New Bomb Turks, 88 Fingers Louie, Naked Aggression, Rhythm Collision, etc.

Punk Rock Jukebox – Records

February 1, 1996

Twenty-three bands contribute one cover tune each of punk rock oldies that inspired them to creativity, or pure imitation, as the case may be.