F.Y.P. – Toys that Kill – Review

September 1, 2000

After ten years of fuckin’ up the place, F.Y.P. call it quits. Toys that Kill, is the next band’s name. 17 songs in under 30 minutes. Produced by Blag.

Sex Offenders – Review

April 1, 2000

Nasty, chick-fronted gutter punk filled with violence, booze, drugs, theft, and destruction. While the vocalist Heather ain’t great, she ain’t bad.

The Criminals – Review

April 1, 2000

This here self-titled is a 23-minute collection of recordings from ’94-95 (the early days) that’ve been long outta print.

Hot Curly Weenie Vol.2 – Review

September 1, 1999

Loud, snotty, bratty, noisy, kinda fucked up and sloppy – all the “qualities” that’ve made punk the music of youth rebellion.

Dwarves – Lick It – Review

September 1, 1999

Plays like blacklight fractured genius. Part Nuggets adulation, a healthy dose of Cramps style un-repentant psychosis, all lathered with oozing sexual whatsis.

Quincy Punx – Nutso Smasho – Review

April 1, 1999

Quincy Punx are full-tilt, straight-forward, hard-drinkin’, mouth-shootin’ punks from St. Paul, MN, and if they come though yer town, ya better have insurance.