Vans Warped Tour 2004 – Review

March 7, 2005

A compilation of the studio-recorded songs from the bands that were featured on the tour. I’m assuming they did at some point play these songs live.

Pulley – Matters – Review

November 15, 2004

Helmed by metal guru Matt Hyde, Matters – excluding the opener – is a precise, intense, and seasoned output from guys who’ve been at the SoCal game forever.

Punk-O-Rama – 7 – Review

November 11, 2002

The one-sheet boasts “Artists include Rancid, Bad Religion, NOFX, and Pennywise,” a quick scan of bands shows an infiltration of hipster bands and garage rock.

Punk-O-Rama – Vol. 6 – Review

February 22, 2002

Epitaph keeps the bands they’ve got (minus one) and picks up wave after wave of the best young hopefuls, most of whom deserve it.

Punk-O-Rama – 5 – Review

September 1, 2000

A lotta punk inspires me to smash jewel cases, not the state, so when I wanna relisten to/go-get-the-latest by some of these bands, that says a lot.

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?

Pulley – Review

June 1, 1999

Pulley have incorporated a few chugging riffs, a little ska shuffle, and nice, clean guitars, all showing maturing tendencies on this record.

Punk-O-Rama – 3 – Review

April 1, 1999

While there’re songs I like better then those chosen to represent the bands, that might just clue ya into the fact I own a fuckload of Epitaph’s records.

Punk Bites 2 – Review

March 1, 1998

As Fearless says, “It’s the cheese,” and,when your mouth is fulla 30 bites of punk pizza, that’s a lotta cheese.

The Unpunk Album – Review

June 1, 1997

Based on the “Un-Cola” concept, The Unpunk Album stitches together snotty, hyperactive punk songs with a few mid-tempo shit tracks, to break up the monotony.