Terror Firmer Soundtrack – Review

June 4, 2001

It’s Troma, so unless you rent only from Blockbuster, you know this is some sexy, gross, weird and wild shit. Get this soundtrack cuz every band is a someone.

Less Than Jake – Greased – Review

June 3, 2001

Eight songs from Grease blazed through with no passion or personality. Eight songs you can barely sit through. Eight songs you’ll never want to hear again.

World Warped III Live – Review

September 1, 2000

They finally made the Warped comps a documentation of the live music instead of just a collection of the artists’ already pre-existing album tracks.

I Love Metal – Review

January 1, 2000

Hearing emo, punk, and ska bands covering the likes of Celtic Frost, Slayer, and Motörhead is, to me, a step in the right direction.

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.

The Duran Duran Tribute Album – Review

December 1, 1997

Near the end of “Rio,” Goldfinger switches from ska to Dio’s “Rainbow in the Dark,” both in rhythm and vocal melodies, yet keeps the lyrics to “Rio” intact.

Cinema Beer Nuts – Review

December 1, 1997

As with any mixed bag of nuts, some are savory, some are bitter, some are almost candy sweet, and a handful can be swallowed without really noticing any taste.