Rosetta West – Rosetta West – CD

Rosetta West – Rosetta West – CD

Rosetta West – Rosetta West – CD (Rosetta West) One of my friends use to work at a record store and whenever he wanted to clear out the store he had a few records that would guarantee that the store would be cleared out in five minutes or less if he put it...
The Service – Who’s Criminal? – CD

The Service – Who’s Criminal? – CD

The Service – Who’s Criminal? – CD (GMM Records) Great punchy UK style punk rock in the same spirit as The Clash and Sham 69. The lead singer rants on several of the songs like a euphoric Keith Morris with a British accent. I like The Service, but by...
Greyarea – Fanbelt + Algebra – CD

Greyarea – Fanbelt + Algebra – CD

Greyarea – Fanbelt + Algebra – CD (Victory Records) “Fanbelt + alegbra” is filled with predictable rock heavily influenced by the grunge scene and the current flood of mainstream rock cuties of VH1. At their best, Grey Area is an average band,...
Groundswell – Corrode – CD

Groundswell – Corrode – CD

Groundswell – Corrode – CD (GIG Records) I think my brain corroded away as I listened to this. This band sounds like a bunch of college boys who are trying desperately to impress the girls in order to get a little nookie. In their minds, they are mixing a...
The Tantrums – Motels – CD

The Tantrums – Motels – CD

The Tantrums – Motels – CD (Cheetah’s Records) The Tantrums are a quartet hailing from Alameda, California. The cover of “Motels” is reminiscent of the Pontiac Brothers 1985 release “Doll Hut” that features photographs of...
Big Bubba – Big Bubba – CD

Big Bubba – Big Bubba – CD

Big Bubba – Big Bubba – CD (Smart Ass Records) The only way to truly enjoy Big Bubba is with a Billy Beer, pork grinds, and an old issue of “Mad” magazine. Big Bubba’s music is loud, fast and sloppy. Lots of cussing kiddies for the extra...
Half Pint – Recollection – CD

Half Pint – Recollection – CD

Half Pint – Recollection – CD (Cornerstone R.A.S. / Skunk Records) Heraclitus once said that the hidden harmony is better than the obvious. The hidden harmony is celebrated in every note on this incredible release. Half Pint is one of the most underrated...