Tag: 1990’s

Traci Lords – “Fallen Angel”

Traci Lords – “Fallen Angel”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  I like Traci Lords as an actress, I’m sure she’s a very nice person too. But that album cover… why is she surrounded by anal beads?  So, the album opens with the “Perfecto Mix” and it starts off alright, nothing overly bassy or techno sounding, but hey,... Read More »

Mayhem – “Dawn of the Black Hearts”

Mayhem – “Dawn of the Black Hearts”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  “We have no vocalist anymore!!! DEAD killed himself two weeks ago! It was really brutal, first he cut open the arteries in his the wrists and then he had blown off his brains with a shotgun. I found him and it looked fucking grim, the upper half of his head... Read More »

The Germs – “(GI): Manimal / Dragon Lady / Strange Notes”

The Germs – “(GI): Manimal / Dragon Lady / Strange Notes”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  So, December 8th will be 34 years and 1 day since Darby overdosed on Heroin, on the eve of John Lennon’s assassination, gaining no media attention whatsoever except a little article in the obituary section of the local newspaper. Darby Crash however to me will always be... Read More »

Nightstick – “In Dahmer’s Room / Don’t Let It Bring You Down”

Nightstick – “In Dahmer’s Room / Don’t Let It Bring You Down”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: Personal Review:  Basically, once more it’s another band I know nothing about – but either liked the cover, or in this case, liked the cover and the title track. So here we go!  The A-Side is “In Dahmer’s Room” – and it’s pretty basic hard rock, really loud guitar, bass... Read More »

Traci Lords – “Control”

Traci Lords – “Control”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review: So, let’s start this review. The “Original Mix” starts off this LP (Er, 12″ Single!). Oh yay. The same words repeated over and over… and over. Generic techno beat. Yes, it’s 1994. Going to be honest, I like Traci Lords as an actor, she’s done a couple... Read More »

Manic Street Preachers – “Generation Terrorists”

Manic Street Preachers – “Generation Terrorists”The Sleeve: Gatefold: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review: This album has to be, in my honest opinion one of the greatest rock albums of all time, or atleast the 90’s to the present day. The entire album was written by Richey Edwards and Nicky Wire (Lyric wise) and the music is James Dean Bradfield... Read More »

Dahmer – “Dahmerized”

Dahmer – “Dahmerized”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “Welcome to our first lp… side A was supposed to be released as a 7″ on Relapse records but things fucked up we’re happy of it. We wanted to keep our material d.i.y. and far from rip off commercial business & asshole (hi bill !) that sell stuff at ultra... Read More »

The Germs – “Forming / Sex Boy (Live)”

The Germs – “Forming / Sex Boy (Live)”The Sleeve:   The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “First of the hard-core L.A. groups to come up with a single, the Germs have recorded (I think that’s the word) one of the most mind-boggling songs I’ve ever heard. They take monotony to new heights and push the absurdity factor further than almost any other group. The song... Read More »

Edward Furlong – “Hold On Tight”

Edward Furlong – “Hold On Tight”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  The Liner notes are written in Korean. Personal Review:  So, to start off I’m sure we ALL know who Edward Furlong is, if not, here is his list of acting credits. Anyways, back in 1992, somewhere between the film “Pet Semetary II” and “American Heart” Edward Furlong decided to have... Read More »

Chris – “Dit Afscheid is Voor Mij ‘N Nieuw Begin / Aan’t Strand Van Maspalomas”

Chris – “Dit Afscheid is Voor Mij ‘N Nieuw Begin / Aan’t Strand Van Maspalomas”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review: So, let me start by saying I don’t speak Dutch – but Google translate does tell me the song title of the first song roughly translates to “Farewell to Me, This is a New Beginning“, (UPDATE!: The translation is actually “This Farewell Means A New Start for Me“). Anyways... Read More »