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AKERLEY, BEN EDWARDS
"The X-Rated Bible: An Irreverent Survey of Sex In The Scriptures"
FERALH 55 book $12.00
Weird and steamy action! When first published in 1985 by the Atheist Foundation, "The X-Rated Bible" caused a national furor, complete with scathing newspaper editorials, major book chain blacklisting and isolated praise, like Playboy who wrote, "a witty but scholarly examination and analysis of all the sexual activity that fundamentalists tend to overlook in the King James Bible." Now that we approach the millennium, this controversial book has been enlarged and revised, and its new printing deserves a more considered reassessment. "Everything you wanted to know about the holiness-horniness nexus, but they wouldn't tell you." George Carlin. (FERAL HOUSE)
"Dr. Madd Vibe's Comprehensive Linkology"
AMB 067 book $11.50
Writings, personal reflections, drawings, and rare photos from the versatile FISHBONE leader. A companion to the "Linkology" CD, the book is limited to 500 copies only. (ASIAN MAN BOOKS)
BARNES, HARRY ELMER
"In Quest of Truth and Justice: De-Bunking The War Guilt Myth"
MYLES 012 book $6.90
Part one consist of a summary of the beginning of World War I, America's entry, and the eventual bait-and-switch diplomacy used to get a surrender, concluding in the single country war-guilt clause and other unbalances in the Versailles treaty. Part two contains lettered debates in the form of reviews and rebutals between the supporters of a history based on the victor's wartime propaganda as to origins of the war versus Barnes and others seeking a revision of the treaty, and in effect, history, in the light of state documents and other revelations in the ten years after the commencment of hostilities. 1972 edition of a 1928 book. index 441 pg (RALPH MYLES PUBLISHING )
"Anarchy after Leftism"
CALPRES 002 book $7.85
An intelligent, witty and compelling demolition job on both Murray Bookchin's atrocious "Social Anarchism Vs. Lifestyle Anarchism" and his overall philosophical and radical pretensions. 176 pages. (C.A.L. PRESS)
CHAMBERLIN, WILLIAM HENRY
"America's Second Crusade"
MYLES 000 book $6.90
A history of the era of the entire Second World War and its immediate aftermath written from a revisionist, non-official vantage point, with the emphasis on the part played by the U.S.A. in this global conflict. An attempt to examine without prejuice or favor the question why the peace was lost while the war was being won. The 1962 paperback edition of a 1950 book. index 380 pg (RALPH MYLES PUBLISHING )
"Only 4 the K People"
SB 18-2 book + CD5 $14.85
With previously unreleased tracks. (SONIC BOOK)
SB 15-2 book + CD $14.85
With early demo tracks. (SONIC BOOK)
"1977 / 1987 A Short History / The Lyrics"
SB 13-2 book + CD5 $14.85
With the songs "I'm A Cult Hero" and "I Dig You." (SONIC BOOK)
EKIRCH JR., ARTHUR A.
"The Civilian And The Military: A History Of The American Anti-Militarist Tradition"
MYLES 007 book $6.90
This is a complete account of the rise and decline of the antimilitarist tradition (rarely from pacifism but more rooted in a fear of dictatorship) that has been an important part of the American heritage from colonial times to until recently. All pertinent legislation as well as much private and public discussion have been taken into account to supply not only a fully documented historical survey but also ample background for an understanding and analysis of the complicated problem of militarism today. This book will excite controversy among both pacifists and militarists and will appeal to anyone interested in history, U.S. military policy, and current events. From 1956, reprinted in 1972, index, 360 pages. (RALPH MYLES PUBLISHING )
"Ode To Joy: Posters, Prints and Other Works"
LASTG 457 book $20.80
A lushly illustrated, full color, new collection of works by FRANK KOZIK. Grooving on an abundance of pseudo-familiar archetypes, the work conveys the sharp edge of revolt, one of the basic premises of rock'n'roll. KOZIK's posters, flyers and record covers assault your visual world with the urgency of two chord punk songs, and by disembowelling childhood icons celebrate rites of passage into the violent world of reality. Hardcover, 116 pages. (LAST GASP)
"A Voyage Through..."
SB 12-2 CD $14.85
With rare, previously unreleased studio tracks. (SONIC BOOK)
HOFFMAN II, MICHAEL A.
"Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare"
INDHIS 01 book $12.55
Since the passing of Fortean researcher James Shelby Downard, no one peers as deeply behind the Masonic hoodwink as Michael Hoffman. Featured in both of Feral House's "Apocalypse Culture" volumes, Hoffman's writing deconstructs: the ideology of human alchemy, which uses science, medicine and technology to create "manimals" and transform men into beasts; how the Group Mind of the masses is processed, programmed and shepherded; the occult toponomy of "America mystica": the map of our nation as an enormous, covetable gameboard; all deriving strength from ritual acts of political murder. Included are recent articles on the scapegoat imagery of the Unabomber case and how Hollywood's "Matrix" formed the heart of the Columbine High School massacre; plus much more. Expanded edition, rare photos, 215 pages. (INDEPENDENT HISTORY)
FERALH 053 book $14.40
A fiendish investigation into America's love affair with pills: marketing, art, history and consumption of the little devils, from Quaaludes and Prozac to Desoxyn and Viagra. Everything from the contents of celebrity medicine chests to weird ads, pill reviews, famous pill deaths, pill laws, acquisitional tips and more more more. 248 pages. (FERAL HOUSE)
IGGY & THE STOOGES
"35 Years of Noxious Sounds"
SB 16-2 book + CD5 $14.85
With 4 Iguanas tracks. (SONIC BOOK)
"A Voice to Hold in the Dark"
SB 22-2 book + CD5 $14.85
3 previously unreleased tracks. (SONIC BOOK)
PASTHR 03 book $5.15
Wilder than a gypsy love affair, "Transient Ways" somersaults the reader into an un-adulterated joyride through squatter's glorious streets and reawakening hobo highways. Jessica tells the filthy truth about the art of train hopping and the threat of freedom. A pocket sized collection of short stories and poems of an untouchable class. (PASSING THROUGH)
"This is Our Music"
SINCLA 01 book $9.00
A limited facsimile reprint of Sinclair's first book of poetry, originally published in 1965. This edition is only 500 copies, printed on heavy brown stock, and features a 1965 photo of Sinclair with jazz cornetist Charles Moore on the cover. A few of these have been signed by Sinclair. (BOOK BEAT)
"All the Lyrics"
SB 10-2 book + CD5 $14.85
With "You're No Good For Me," "Komakino," "Incubation #1," and "Incubation #2" on the CD. (SONIC BOOK)
"A Short Introduction to Kraftwerk"
SB 23-2 book + CD5 $14.85
Story, interview and discography of the great maestros of the "electronic order." The 7-track CD features a new single, and all tracks are previously unreleased alternate takes. 84 page book with English/Italian text. Italian import. (SONIC BOOK)
MARTIN, JAMES J.
"Men Against the State"
MYLES 006 book $6.90
The classic history of U.S. anarchism, first published in 1953. The philosophy and deeds of anti-statist libertarian voluntarism in the United States during the three generations which flourished between 1825 and 1910, in a style which a London commentator described as a "model of readable scholarship." Among the individualist anarchist covered are Josiah Warren, Ezra Heywood, William B. Greene, J.K. Ingalls, Stephen Pearl Andrews, Lysander Spooner, and Benjamin Tucker. Disposes with the persistent illusion that radical thought is an evil, alien graft upon the wholesome tree of American life. 332 pages. (RALPH MYLES PUBLISHING)
MARTIN, JAMES J.
"Revisionist Viewpoints: Essays In A Dissident Historical Tradition"
MYLES 008 book $6.90
A collection of documented examinations of themes related to the World War II era which come to conclusions not in accord with establishment accounts. Among the subjects are conscription, Soviet-style show trials for war crimes, the U.S. mass media's wartime love affair with Stalin, the implications of saturation (civilian-terror) bombing and the lack of peace negotiations, America's postwar "defense" imperialism, and more. Provocative and humorously sarcastic, like the Dead Kennedys or Bob Black. From 1971. 252 pages. (RALPH MYLES PUBLISHING)
MARTIN, JAMES J.
"The Saga of Hog Island And Other Essays In Inconvenient History"
MYLES 021 book $6.90
A sharp eye and a scathing pen are turned to some sacred cows of the Second World War and its aftermath, with the exception of the title essay, about the birth of the gloriously corrupt World War I shipyard. Included are: the worldwide consequences of Great Britain's "finest hour;" the history of the Mafia in Sicily and Italy before, during and after Mussolini; the Pearl Harbor question; the framing of "Tokyo Rose;" with appendices devoted to studies of the Morgenthau Plan, wartime economic boycotts and the global aspects of famous political assassinations. From 1977. 222 pg (RALPH MYLES PUBLISHING )
SB 14-2 book + CD5 $14.85
Everything anybody ever wanted to know about the Australian bad boy, this includes an introduction to the Nick Cave mythos, a biography, three interviews from 1992, 1994 and 1995, a complete discography (as well as discographies of his many collaborators), a complete listing of his video, film and book productions, plus many previously unseen photos in color and black & white. The CD has 4 previously unreleased Cave tracks that should satisfy both neophytes and rabid fans. 96 pages, in side-by-side English and Italian. Italian import. (SONIC BOOK)
"The Sweet Suggestion of the Pink Moon"
SB 20-2 book + CD5 $14.85
With 4 rare tracks. (SONIC BOOK)
"Music for the Voodoo People"
SB 11-2 book + CD5 $14.85
With 4 rare, early tracks. (SONIC BOOK)
"Leathers from New York"
SB 08-2 book + CD5 $14.85
With "Carbona Not Glue," "Blitzkrieg Bop," "Chop Suey," and "The Wonderful Widow" on the CD. (SONIC BOOK)
SB 19-2 book + CD $14.85
With previously unreleased demo tracks. (SONIC BOOK)
"An Extraordinary Ordinariness"
SB 07-2 book + CD5 $14.85
With 3 early rare tracks. (SONIC BOOK)
V/S 07 book $10.80
A completely faithful reprint, typos and all, of the out-of-print classic of punk oral history and photography. An inside look at the San Francisco punk scene at it's beginnings in 1976 and 1977 by punk artist/photographer James Stark, who was there, camera in hand, for the whole thing. THE NUNS, THE AVENGERS, CRIME, NEGATIVE TREND, UXA, THE LIARS, GRAND MAL, THE SLEEPERS and more, with over 100 great photos with lots of illuminating interviews and comments by the participants. (V/SEARCH)
THIRD EAR BAND
"Necromancers of the Drifting West"
SB 05-2 book + CD $14.85
With "Abelard & Heloise" and "1970 Soundtrack" on the CD. (SONIC BOOK)
"Thin Wires in the Voice"
SB 17-2 book + CD5 $14.85
With 3 rare tracks. (SONIC BOOK)
R/S 010 book $14.35
The "spiritual" sequel to "Modern Primitives," with interviews with 42 people involved with modern pagan practices, including Druids, Santeria, Shamans, Goddess historians, Technopagans, Radical Faeries, and lots more. A few of the people: DIANE DiPRIMA, GENESIS P-ORRIDGE, SAM SKRAELING (of IOWASKA), STARHAWK, MARGOT ADLER, ROWAN FAIRGROVE, DARRYL CHERNEY, ISAAC BONEWITS, CAROL QUEEN, CHARLES GATEWOOD, and lots more. In-depth interviews, fascinating photos, and lists of everybody's favorite books, films and websites. 204 pages. (RE/SEARCH)
V. VALE, EDITOR
"Real Conversations #1"
R/SRC 1 book $10.20
Henry Rollins, Jello Biafra, Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Billy Childish are each engaged in conversation by master interviewer V. Vale. The talk flows freely, loosely centered on preserving the bohemian spirit in a corporatized world, touching on everything from paganism to reading lists and favorite movies, and everybody has plenty to say. Fascinating tales, advice and dark humor from citizens of the eternal underground. 240 pages. (RE/SEARCH)
"The Summer of Love"
SB 09-2 book + CD $14.85
The words, sounds and colors of the psychedelic explosion, with rare tracks by BIG BROTHER, MOBY GRAPE, QUICKSILVER, COPPERHEAD, GRATEFUL DEAD, and BLUE CHEER. Italian import. (SONIC BOOK)
WALKER, MABEL GREGORY
"The Fenian Movement"
MYLES 004 book $6.90
A sprightly, scholarly account of an unusual and neglected chapter in the history of American international politics. The effort of Irish in America to stage a major revolution in Ireland, failing, and several attempts were made after the American Civil War to invade Canada and set up an independent Irish republic in a portion of Canadian territory. From 1969. bibl., index. 215 pages (RALPH MYLES PUBLISHING )
"Artcrime: The Montage Art of Winston Smith Volume Two"
LASTG 440 book $17.25
Winston Smith gained mass appeal through his work with the DEAD KENNEDYS, and the foreword of "Artcrime" is by notorious punk impressario Jello Biafra. "Following that time-tested tradition of montage, collage and random image appropriation, Winston Smith takes this medium one step further than his precursors, Max Ernst and Marcel Duchamp," Robert Williams. Full color, 96 pages. (LAST GASP)
"A School Guide to XTC"
SB 21-2 book + CD5 $14.85
With the pre-XTC Star Park demo. (SONIC BOOK)
"Holy Books of Thelema"
TRANS 0101-2 CD-ROM $10.70
Crowley's complete magickal writings on 2000 electronic pages that read on Mac, Windows, Unix and OS2 using generic readers like Adobe Acrobat. Titles include "Book of Lies," "Book of Thoth," "Book of the Law," "The Gnostic Mass," "The Book of Babylon," "Magick in Theory and Practice," "Liber Samekh," "Liber Yod," and much much more. (TRANSPARENCY BOOKS)
BANFISH 13 magazine + CD $9.60
The smelly underbelly of "experimental" music, noise, electronics, and other means of convincing your friends that you're infinitely cooler/weirder than they'll ever be. Mucking up this issue are features on DIESEL GUITAR, ILHAN MIMAROGLU, NAUTICAL EYE, SOLID EYE, UNIVERSAL INDIANS, WILLIAM WINANT, ANGST HASE PFEFFER NASE, NIGEL BUNN, WITCYST, IRR.APP.(EXT.), A.Z. (ex of SCISSOR GIRLS), and French book publishers Le Dernier Cri, plus lots of reviews, etc. The CD has exclusive, previously unreleased stuff by all the above. (MAGAZINES)
BANFISH 14 magazine + CD $9.60
The 2000 issue of this once-in-a-blue-moon, more-avant-than-thou zine of electronic music, composers, field recordings, avant rock, novelty, comix, improv and jazz, this time including features and recordings from Trey Spruance of MR. BUNGLE, Peg Murray of U.S. SAUCER, John Wiese of BASTARD NOISE, and THE POLAR GOLDIE CATS, among others. (MAGAZINES)
BOOK YOUR OWN FUCKING LIFE
MRRDIY 9 magazine $4.00
The 9th annual edition of this bible of punk scene do-it-yourself, with comprehensive listings of bands, zines, crash pads, record stores, distros, promoters, cheap eats and more for almost every place on earth. (MAGAZINES)
CARBON14 15 magazine + 7" $5.00
On the cover: the Munsters meet the Addams Family in bed in one of ISABEL SAMARAS's kooky paintings. Inside: THE HELLACOPTERS, JOHNNY LEGEND, a NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS tour diary, Tom Smith of TO LIVE & SHAVE IN L.A., THE GAZA STRIPPERS, SPIT, "ugly duckling" painter LINDA HOWARD, punk/porn photog KATRINA DEL MAR, TEXAS TERRI & THE STIFF ONES, SAVAGE 3-D, HASIL ADKINS on tour, the sleaze-o-phile zine-within-a zine "Exploitation Retrospect" (Klaus Kinski, etc.), stuff by The Whiskey Rebel, plus record, movie, print and porn video reviews, and lots more. The 7" has tracks by 4 rockin' NYC bands: THE DICTATORS, TOILET BOYS, JAYNE COUNTY, and THE MASTER PLAN. (MAGAZINES)
CARBON14 16 magazine + 7" $5.00
In this issue: ELECTRIC FRANKENSTEIN, THE 440's, STREETWALKIN' CHEETAHS, THE CHICKENHAWKS, horror/bizarre painter Wes Benscoter in full color (he also did the disturbing cover art), sexologist/writer/performer/fetish model/webmeister Dr. Ducky DooLittle, oddball collector Furry Couch, southern-fried punks HELLSTOMPER, Troma Films ("Toxic Avenger," "Surf Nazis Must Die," etc.) mastermind Lloyd Kaufman, female pro wrestler Missy Hyatt, and lots more shit, plus zine-within-a-zine Exploitation Retrospect, columns, plenty of record and porn reviews, etc. The 7" has tracks by HASIL ADKINS, ANDRE WILLIAMS, DAVIE ALLEN, and JOHNNY LEGEND. (MAGAZINES)
CARBON14 17 magazine + 7" $5.00
In this issue: RADIO BIRDMAN guitarist Deniz Tek, THE HOOKERS, B-MOVIE RATS, scum rock band HAMMERLOCK, ANTISEEN on tour, WASTOID, painters Joe O'Neill, Von Franco and Christine Karas, photographer Justice Howard, performance artist Dr. Ducky Doolittle, a long "Exploitation Retrospect" feature on John Waters, and lots more craziness. The 7" has tracks by FRANKENSTEIN DRAG QUEENS FROM PLANET 13, ALCOHOLICS UNANIMOUS, BOOTLEG BILL, and TUNNEL RATS. (MAGAZINES)
CARBON14 18 magazine + 7" $6.00
Full color cover art by Anthony Ausgang (plus a big, full color feature inside, with several prints), and features on FRANKENSTEIN DRAG QUEENS FROM PLANET X, wrestler/actress Queen Kong, artist Lisa Petrucci, BORIS THE SPRINKLER, THE DWARVES, the Confederacy of Scum Supershow 2000, actor Klaus Kinsky, a huge tiki bar in Columbus OH, glamour goddesses Mamie Van Doren and Julie Strain, guitarist William Weber of CHROME CRANKS, CANDY SNATCHERS and MURDER JUNKIES, plus lots of rants, columns and reviews, as well as the "Exploitation Retrospect" section with more features on DANZIG, director Fred Olen Ray, trashy film reviews and cheap wine reviews. The 7" has exclusive tracks by THE BELLRAYS, B MOVIE RATS, TEXAS TERRI & THE STIFF ONES, and LEAVING TRAINS. (MAGAZINES)
CARBON14 19 magazine + 7" $6.00
In this issue: MERLE HAGGARD, THE DWARVES, THE LAZY COWGIRLS, STEVIE & THE SECRETS, SOUR JAZZ and CANDYE KANE on the musical side, plus JOE LEONARD, CHAS RAY KRIDER, MAYFIELD WILLIAMS and JUSTICE HOWARD on the visual art side, plus a talk with Punk Magazine originator John Holmstrom, the wacky King Velveeda's cheesy funtime pages, and tons more columns, mini-features, rants, reviews, etc. The 7" is a South Philly streetfight showdown with LIMECELL, SERIAL KILLERS, THE BAD VIBES, and THE COSMIC COMMANDER'S INTERGALACTIC ORCHESTRA. (MAGAZINES)
COMETB 48 magazine *$2.00
What is this, hippies in Cometbus?? Well, partly. It's all interviews, all with people who moved to "the land" (we're talking some serious backwoods here, folks) as either adults or as children being towed along by adults. Crazy adventures, forest fires, pot growers, biker gangs, tofu in your lunch bag, naked people everywhere, the whole 9 yards. (MAGAZINE)
CONTINENTAL 9 magazine + CD $6.00
The best and craziest of the surf, garage and instro scenes! MAN OR ASTRO-MAN? on the cover, plus a long interview with Coco and Birdstuff inside. Also a big interview with Trent Ruane of THE MUMMIES, Japan's ROYAL FINGERS, and East Coast surf combo THE BALBOAS, plus RCA's legendary Stereo Action exotica series from the 1960s, and lots of record and zine reviews. The CD has an amazing 26 outer space themed instro and surf tracks by MAN OR ASTRO-MAN?, KRONTJONG DEVILS, ROYAL FINGERS, GEIN & THE GRAVEROBBERS, THE DYNOTONES, THE METALUNAS, DESTINATION EARTH, THE APEMEN, THE NEBULAS, THE CAVE 4, THE SPACE COSSACKS, SIR BALD DIDDLEY, THE AQUA VELVETS, PLANET SEVEN, ZOMBIE IV, and many more! (MAGAZINES)
CONTINENTAL 8 magazine + CD $4.00
THE TRASHMEN on the cover (drawn by Rip Thrillby of THE PENETRATORS) and featured in a big article inside, plus other features on EDDIE ANGEL, THE TREBLEMAKERS, THE KRONTJONG DEVILS, and THE NEATBEATS, plus tons of reviews with an emphasis on garage, beat and surf. The CD has tracks by THE TREBLEMAKERS, KRONTJONG DEVILS, PHANTOM SURFERS, SPACE COSSACKS, NEATBEATS, LES SEXAREENOS, URBAN SURF KINGS, CADILLAC HITMEN, THE BROOD, POLKAHOLICS, BRAINWASHERS, MYSTERY ACTION, POLLO DEL MAR, VON ZIPPERS, and 13 others, several being new or exclusive to this CD! (MAGAZINES)
COOLBEANS 12 magazine + CD $6.00
Interviews with DEERHOOF, the HANSON BROTHERS, Gerard Cosloy of Matador Records, Ben Weasel and Kevin Seconds, plus (since this is the "sports issue") articles on the insane Stanford Marching Band, hockey fighting, Formula One racing, soccer hooliganism, pro wrestling, sports gambling, strange sports mascot stories, and a 12 year old pro hockey player, not to mention news, columns, comix, puzzles, reviews, etc. The CD has Tommy Lasorda swearing his ass off, SNOWMEN, ZODIAC KILLERS, TICKLISH WARRIOR, THE COOPERATIVES, and more! (MAGAZINES)
COOLBEANS 13 magazine + CD $6.00
The evictions and summer travels issue, with features on TRANS AM, THREE DAY STUBBLE's Japan tour, EX-GIRL, THE ZAMBONIES, Shoei from Japan Overseas, old San Francisco punk squat The Vats, the "dot-com" evictions, and lots more. The CD has tracks by TRANS AM, EX-GIRL, BROWN WHORENET, MUMBLE & PEG, THREE DAY STUBBLE, JOHN VANDERSLICE, XIU XIU, FOIBLES, GOMA, SMACK DAB, CULT OF THE DEAD COW, THE ZAMBONIES, and several others. (MAGAZINES)
COOLBEANS 14 magazine + CD $6.00
A year in the making but most definitely worth the wait, the drugs/ alcohol/ sobriety issue has finally staggered off the hot presses. Interviews featured: Aquarius and Tumult Records' Andee Conners, England's HOOD, Rob Crow of THINGY, PINBACK, and HEAVY VEGETABLE, late author William S. Burroughs as interviewed by Lee Renaldo of SONIC YOUTH, comic artist T. Weier, Norway's POOR RICH ONES, and SF disgusto core band FLUFF GIRL. Also, be sure to check out the columns by the likes of Ben Weasel, Brently Pusser, and more, plus the infamous News?, Crabby Cabby, and Bitchy Biker features. COOL BEANS has returned to the Bay Area from Portland; aren't you dying to know why? And don't forget the bonus CD featuring FOIBLES, DANIEL JOHNSTON, HOOD, and XIU-XIU! (MAGAZINES)
DORMART 1 CD $5.40
A CD magazine of music, comedy and interviews focussed on the indie music scene: you don't READ it, you LISTEN to it. In this issue: melodic punk from CHAOS LOUNGE, synth/noise rockers THE LOWDOWN, and pop from PATRIA JACOBS, plus poking fun at TED NUGENT, the weird guy interview (performing Shakespeare on Greyhound buses), MK Ultra dissected in the conspiracy theory minute, alternative concert producers 418 Project, and the Mafia starts using temp workers ("Hey kid, you ever whacked a relative?"). www.dorisMartini.com for more info. (MAGAZINES)
DORMART 2 CD $5.40
A CD magazine of music, comedy and interviews focussed on the indie music scene: you don't READ it, you LISTEN to it. In this issue: alt-rockers THE HUXTABLES, CRAIG'S BROTHER, and LAST FRIDAY'S GENERATION, rapper DRÜ, plus freight-hopping hobos, fake phone calls to fake celebrities, the ironic chef ("This is so gross... will ALANIS MORRISETTE please put some clothes on?"), the Jazz Society of Santa Cruz County, the conspiracy theory minute ("They're so in bed with the Bush administration they're sucking Condoleeza Rice's toes."), and Dick Cheney's heart implant starts picking up signals from BET. (MAGAZINES)
FLATLAND 17 magazine $5.00
Another trip down Paranoia Lane with ace conspiracy-hound Jim Martin. On the cover: photos from the Roswell UFO crash, with lots more inside, including analysis of photos taken by a newspaper reporter and the "alien autopsy" film. Also inside: is multiple sclerosis a plot? Are vaccines safe? Are THEY a plot? What's up with mad cow disease, anyhow? Chemical warfare agents used at the Seattle WTO protests, Wilhelm Reich and the Cold War, etc. (MAGAZINES)
FLIPSIDE 122 magazine *$3.00
Last issue ever? Rev. Norb of BORIS THE SPRINKLER on the cover, plus features and interviews on CHOKEBORE, COYOTE MEN, TILTWHEEL, THE MAKE UP, CHRIS SPEDDING, HAMMERLOCK, WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?, TYPE O NEGATIVE, GEHENNA, Revelation Records and more, plus columns, gossip, scene reports, reviews, etc. (MAGAZINES)
GEARHEAD 1 magazine + 7" $6.00
Reissue of the first GEARHEAD, who established the link between drag racing, punk rock and muscle cars, later known as the "Drag Punk Underground." An interview with THE DIDJITS, a trip to a Rat Fink Reunion, articles on road movies, hot rod model kits, and car mats make up most of the issue, along with record reviews. Lest we forget the first of the GEARHEAD split singles, which featured GAS HUFFER and SUPERCHARGER both doing REZILLOS covers. (MAGAZINES)
GH 011 magazine $5.00
The long-awaited return of this punk-meets-dragstrip zine, with features on the events of the last year (Bullet Proof IV, Gearfest 2000 in Scandinavia, Speed Week at Bonneville), a DONNAS interview, tattoo artist Joe Truck, how-to of pinstriping, customs and hot rods, Joe of JUGHEAD'S REVENGE who runs Eliminator Prints, some new writers, and more. (MAGAZINES)
HEAD IN A MILK BOTTLE
HIAMB 1 magazine *$2.00
The return of a classic St. Louis zine from the mid-'80s! On the cover: TOMORROW'S CAVEMAN, plus features on THE HATE BOMBS, THE GREENHORNES, PLUTONIUM KIDZ, BLEED, and a JOEY RAMONE obituary, plus reviews, columns and more. Quality graphics and layout, printed on heavy paper, 40 pages. (MAGAZINES)
HODGEPODGE 6 magazine *$2.00
Music interviews include RAINER MARIA, CATHARSIS and THE DISMEMBERMENT PLAN, an interview with "Ishmael" author Daniel Quinn, plus informative articles on genetically altered food, the Battle of Seattle, the WTO and globalization, food and corporate power, and dioxin and tampons, as well as extensive music, zine and book reviews. (MAGAZINES)
ILGIA 01 magazine + 7" $11.35
Bilingual (English/Italian) magazine devoted to music and cinema of the '60s & '70s. Features include an intro to the very young Dario Argento, a '74 London interview with artist Francis Bacon, a look back at "The Avengers" TV series, the cult of Porsche, Italian '60s exoticism, '60s Japanese exploitation film director Suzuki Seijun, music to make love by, an interview with musician Amedeo Tommasi regarding his musical journey with Chet Baker, an "Eva '69" centerfold, and an article on the birth of Italian fashion, all with heavy glossy stock and color. The collectable 7" single has excerpts from Piccioni's "Fumo di Londra" soundtrack. Italian import. (MAGAZINES)
JINX 4 magazine *$3.00
The magazine about everything and nothing, with features on the New York City hardcore scene, surviving in prison, doing graffiti in the subway, CIA torture, a satirical look at a druglord's music collection, urban militia, and a bunch more stuff that we can't figure out what the hell it's about. Glossy thru and thru, too, with the Jinx Danger Girl on the cover. (MAGAZINES)
JUXTAPOZ 37 magazine $5.00
KENNY SCHARF does the cover, and gets extensively interviewed by ROBERT WILLIAMS inside. More great features on late outsider artist HOWARD FINSTER, KIRSTEN EASTHOPE's bowling pin pin-ups, ANTONIO GAUDI's fantastic vision of a grand hotel to replace the World Trace Center, the toothy monkeys-with-a-message of LAURIE HOGIN, an invasion of graffiti artist DALEK's Space Monkeys, a 500 ft. Buddha being constructed in India, and short features on the CLAYTON BROTHERS, MANUEL OCAMPO, ILONA RICH, a graffiti roundup, and more. (MAGAZINES)
MRR 225 magazine *$3.00
Bay Area music from THREE YEARS DOWN and BREAKER BREAKER (straight edge in SF?). Also: Leguna Armada Records, SCROTUM GRINDER, SCARE TACTIC, former behind-the-iron-curtain band PAUKI (SPIDERS), and scene reports from Belarus. Plus more on the US foreign policy situation, news, reviews, and the usual righteous shit. (MAGAZINES)
MRR 226 magazine *$3.00
The Queer Punx issue is finally out. Why a Queer Punx issue? Is it because spelling "punks" with an "x" is queer? Or how 'bout because all the best punks have always been fags! You must get this, if for no other reason than the gay skinhead story, but there's also more: gender bending, queer punx round table, as well as interviews with the up-and-cummers and old bears. I bet all the same old shit is packed in there, too. (MAGAZINES)
MUCKRAKER 9 magazine + CD $8.50
In this issue: avant-guitarist DEREK BAILEY talks about his label, Incus Records, percussionist EDDIE PREVOST of AMM fame, Alan Bishop of SUN CITY GIRLS and Nick Schultz of Majora Records talk about musician/character EDDY DETROIT, Argentine avant group REYNOLS, jazz trombonist ROSWELL RUDD, the very strange Very Good label, the almost as arcane Majora label, avant saxophonist TAMIO SHIRAISHI, CERAMIC HOBS guy Simon Morris, avant jazz musician ALAN SONDHEIM, and more. Lots of lengthy reviews, too. The CD has stuff by TAMIO SHIRAISHI, EDDY DETROIT with SUN CITY GIRLS, REYNOLS, DAMAGED LIFE, DIZ WILLIS, DEREK BAILEY, SUKORA, and CERAMIC HOBS. (MAGAZINES)
MULTIBALL 16 magazine + 7" $4.50
Where pinball runs headlong into rock'n'roll, with features on/by Jeffrey Evans (68 COMEBACK, GIBSON BROS., etc.), Lisa Carver (SUCKDOG), pinball in Croatia, French garage label Wild Wild Records, BOBBY CONN, THE NECESSARY EVILS, singer JIM SHEPARD, former U-MEN drummer and pinball collector Charlie Ryan, pinball reviews, record reviews, and more. The 7" has tracks by BOBBY CONN and THE NECESSARY EVILS. (MAGAZINES)
NODEP 20 magazine $4.00
Still flogging the alternative country (whatever that is) horse, with STEVE EARLE on the cover, plus features on KRISTIN HERSH, PAUL WESTERBERG, JOHN WESLEY HARDING, HAZEL DICKENS, TERRY ALLEN, and KELLY WILLIS, plus regional features, and live, record, re-issue, and book reviews, and more. (MAGAZINES)
OUTBURN 11 magazine $5.00
Subversive, post-alternative music: industrial, goth, darkwave, cyberviolence, aggro, trance, electronica, atmospheric, and more. TYPE O NEGATIVE on the cover, plus TIAMAT, SNOG, NOCTURNE, MEG LEE CHIN, POVI, HARDKNOX, UNDERWORLD, MINDLESS SELF INDULGENCE, BILL RIEFLIN, and BREAKBEAT ERA, plus columns devoted to specific genres, lots of reviews, spotlights on bands, video games, films and more. Full color cover, heavy glossy stock throughout. (MAGAZINES)
POPSMEAR 19 magazine *$3.00
CRISPIN GLOVER on the cover, NIKKI SIXX of MOTLEY CRUE and GEDDY LEE of RUSH get ambushed by NARDWUAR THE HUMAN SERVIETTE, plus features on white boy rapper KID ROCK, the guy who cleans up the peep show booths (yuck), and alot more silliness. (MAGAZINES)
PSMEAR 20 magazine *$3.00
On the cover: the MANSON saga is retold in pictures (with The Family's own words) by original punk journalist Legs McNeil. Inside: Nardwuar The Human Serviette takes on both porn queen ANNIE SPRINKLE and metal clowns QUIET RIOT, the MEAT PUPPETS Cris Kirkwood's slow, in-progress suicide by drug abuse, a sneak preview of New York's Sick Art Show, ANGEL ROT bassist Gyda Gash talks about the early days of NYC punk, plus music and video reviews and alot of weird shit. (MAGAZINES)
PROBE 8 magazine $4.00
What's in this issue? Well, lotsa nekkid people, but you already knew that. Otherwise, there's a BANANAS interview, NAG, THE WEIRD LOVEMAKERS, whatever happened to HICKEY, Plan-it X Records, REINA AVEJA, in-depth looks at 4 record stores (S.F.'s Mission Records, Tahoe's Mad About Music, S.F.'s Howling Bull Syndicate, San Jose's "Radio Free Records), Aaron's "how-to" sex guide, lots of show, zine and record reviews, and more. (MAGAZINES)
PSYCHOTRONIC 33 magazine $5.00
In this issue: '90s scream queen ("Sorceress," "Terror Firmer," etc.), Playboy and Penthouse model JULIE STRAIN, '70s AIP horror star ROBERT QUARRY, actor/bodybuilder BUCK KARTALIAN ("Planet of the Apes," "Myra Breckinridge," etc.), late-'60s-early-'70s Cleveland TV music show "Upbeat!" that featured live performances by VELVET UNDERGROUND, THE SONICS, FUNKADELIC, and many others. Also: tons of video and film reviews, columns, book and zine reviews, and more. (MAGAZINES)
PUNKPLANET 46 magazine $4.00
The sequel to 1998's "Art and Design," covering both known and unknown artists and designers working in the underground, with limited edition covers by Jaime Hernandez ("Love And Rockets" comics), Shepard Fairy, Nikki McClure (Olympia paper cut artist), and Jay Ryan (Chicago poster artist). Interviews include: Hernandez, Fairy, McClure, painter Damian Genuardi, graphic artists Jocelyn Superstar, Little Miss Attitude, and CRASS collagist Gee Vaucher. Also, articles on radical Chicago street artist The Department Of Space And Land Reclamation, "Perzine" style comics, a story of how artists in Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood are contributing to gentrification, and a visual essay by designer Matt Owens. Add the usual punk rock stuff, too. (MAGAZINES)
PUNPLA 47 magazine $4.00
In this issue, PP takes stock of Bush's "War On Terrorism." Is it effective? Is it legal? Plus, interviews with UNWOUND, TOM ROBINSON, dyke punks THE HAGGARD, THURSDAY, THE INDIGO GIRLS' Amy Ray discusses her new solo record, a celebration of Mint Records' 10 year anniversary, and the BURN THE OLYMPICS collective. Don't forget to mix in the usual reviews, columns, fiction, DIY, and more! (MAGAZINES)
RAZORCAKE 5 magazine *$3.00
On the cover: the hard-drinkin', hard-playin' SUPER CHINCHILLA RESCUE MISSION. Also full, meaty features on THE SWINGIN' UTTERS, THE BEAUTYS, DEADBOLT, NAKED RUBY, and THE PINKZ, plus Nardwuar meets MARILYN MANSON, and ReTodd, Designated Dale, Jimmy Alvarado and Rich Mackin try to make some sense out of the current madness. Plus more columns, lots of reviews, and more. (MAGAZINE)
RAZORCAKE 6 magazine *$3.00
In this issue: interviews with bands THE SMUT PEDDLERS, PATSY, and GOOD RIDDANCE, plus Lemmy from MOTORHEAD, historian Howard Zinn, artist Shag, and veteran LA DJ Rodney Bingenheimer. Nardwuar takes on Ian McCullough of ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN, plus a big bunch of meaty columns, and record, zine and book reviews. (MAGAZINE)
SOD 15 magazine + CD $6.65
In this issue: interviews with IMMORTAL, DESTRUCTION, INCANTATION, BROKEN HOPE, OBTAINED ENSLAVEMENT, PANDEMIA, THE CROWN (formerly CROWN OF THORNS), BURNING INSIDE, and MUTANT, plus lots of record and zine reviews. The CD is an Earache Records sampler, with tracks by MASSACRE, ANAL CUNT, CATHEDRAL, CARNAGE, HATE ETERNAL, DECAPITATED, THE BERZERKER, THE HAUNTED, DECEMBER WOLVES, and several more. 14 tracks total! (MAGAZINES)
SOD 18 magazine + CD $6.65
Death metal, black metal and thrash metal, with features on IMPALED NAZARENE, THY INFERNAL, EMPEROR, SATAN'S BLOOD, REBAELLIUN, HELLSPAWN, BLACK WITCHERY, SIX FEET UNDER, ANAL BLAST, RECLUSION, and infernal cover artist PAUL LESCH, plus extensive reviews of current releases and a look back at some classic '80s releases. The CD has cuts from Root Of All Evil Records, with 13 songs by 13 bands, plus a video track. (MAGAZINES)
SHREDDINGPAPER 12 magazine $4.00
On the cover: Bush and Bin Laden, separated at birth? With excerpts from their biographies "Fortunate Son" and "Bin Laden," and an investigative piece on the financial ties between Bush and some of Bin Laden's wealthy backers. The main meat in this issue, though, is over 500 detailed, literate record reviews! That's 68 pages of reviews, and almost all show the covers, too! (MAGAZINES)
UGLYTHINGS 18 magazine $6.00
Wild sounds from past dimensions! In this issue: SCREAMING LORD SUTCH, THE MUSIC MACHINE, THE BEAT MERCHANTS, THE CHOCOLATE WATCHBAND, THE REAL KIDS, BRIAN JONES, THE KINKS, THE THRID BARDO, THE PRETTY THINGS, SHIRLEY COLLINS, DAVE BERRY, and mucho more including a massive review section! (MAGAZINES)
UGLYTHINGS 19 magazine $6.00
On the cover and massively inside: the life and times of The Ego That Devoured The '60s, KIM FOWLEY. Also in this issue: THE BOYS, Israel's THE CHURCHILLS, CHANTS R&B, DAMNATION OF ADAM BLESSING, GANDALF, FUCKIN' FLYIN' A-HEADS, THE GANTS, Singapore's THE STRAYDOGS, Sweden's THE FABULOUS FOUR and more, plus meaty columns, obituaries, reviews and lots more. (MAGAZINES)
WORLD WAR III ILLUSTRATED
WW3I 30 magazine *$3.50
The "Bitchcraft" issue, with 64 pages of graphic bitchery in black and white, with juicy full-color cover. Artists include Kathrine Arnoldi, Isabella Bannerman, Abby Denson, Fly, Roberta Gregory, Kathryn Hyatt, Sandy Jiminez, Sabrina Jones, Peter Kuper, Mac McGill, Denise Ozker, Kevin Pyle, James Romberger, Sue Simensky, E. Fitz Smith, Lance Tooks, and Lauren Weinstein. (MAGAZINES)
WORLD WAR 3 ILLUSTRATED
WW3I 31 magazine *$3.50
First in a two part series against corporate greed, WTO, World Bank, NAFTA, Free Trade Area Of The Americas agreement, Plan Columbia, and G. Dubya Bush. Comics by Seth Tabocman, Jordan Worley, Corrine Rhoades, Sabrina Jones, Sandy Jiminez, Terry Tapp, and others. Color cover and 40 pages of ass-kicking black & white artwork. (MAGAZINES)
YOURFLESH 43 magazine $5.00
REDD FOXX on the cover, plus more features on ALICE COOPER, DUKE ELLINGTON, RED MONKEY, noir novelist Gary Phillips, and filmmaker Nick Broomfield. Now how's that for eclectic? The rest of the mag is taken up with massive audio, video and print reviews of the most diverse sort. (MAGAZINES)
YOURFLESH 44 magazine $5.00
In this issue: 11th DREAM DAY, Minneapolis rocker Mark Mallman of HEAT, garage rockers THE KING BROTHERS, country/blues singer Johnny Dowd, New York City gypsy-punk group GOGOL BORDELLO, actress/writer Zoe Lund, the stoner rock of HIGH ON FIRE, plus a ton of record, zine, film and book reviews. (MAGAZINES)
YOURF 46 magazine $5.00
With eye-catching cover art by Shag, this issue sports features on THE EX, early SONIC YOUTH member and NYC scenemaker BOB BERT, hardboiled crime writer JON A. JACKSON, singer-songwriter and ex-SCREAMING TREES vocalist MARK LANEGAN, novelist PETE HAUTMAN, jazz guitarist JOE MORRIS, a roundup of 19 overlooked jazz masters, and a huge section of audio, video and book reviews. (MAGAZINES)
ZINEGUIDE 3 magazine $6.00
The most comprehensive zine resource ever! This lists a gazillion zines published worldwide, with complete, up-to-date contact information, contents of at least the latest issue (often more), plus many comments from readers and other zine publishers. There's also lists of favorite and least favorite zines, ranked by number, of guys, girls, record labels and general readership, feedback forms to submit your own reviews, articles on zine issues, plus indexes by band/musician, people, subject and record label. (MAGAZINES)
ZINEGUIDE 4 magazine $6.00
The most comprehensive zine resource ever! This lists a gazillion zines published worldwide, with complete, up-to-date contact information, contents of at least the latest issue (often more), plus many comments from readers and other zine publishers. There's also lists of favorite and least favorite zines, ranked by number, of guys, girls, zine publishers, record labels and general readership, feedback forms to submit your own reviews, a list of defunct zines, plus indexes by band/musician, people, geographic area, subject and record label, and a list of the 440 most written about bands. (MAGAZINES)
ZINEGUIDE 5 magazine $5.50
The most comprehensive zine resource ever! This lists a gazillion zines published worldwide, with complete, up-to-date contact information, contents of at least the latest issue (often more), plus many comments from readers and other zine publishers. There's also lists of favorite and least favorite zines, ranked by number, of guys, girls, zine publishers, record labels and general readership, feedback forms to submit your own reviews, a list of defunct zines, plus indexes by band/musician, people, geographic area, subject and record label, and a list of the 500 most written about bands. (MAGAZINES)
7 SECONDS / YOUTH BRIGADE
"Best of Flipside Video #5"
FSV 17-P PAL video $9.55
Classic footage of two great hardcore bands of the '80s, captured live in L.A. in '83-85. 9 songs from L.A. punk war vets YOUTH BRIGADE, and 19 energetic songs from Reno's mighty 7 SECONDS. (FLIPSIDE VIDEO)
ANGELO MOORE/DR. MADD VIBE
"The Yin Yang Thang"
AM 064V-3 VHS video 13.15
FISHBONE frontman Angelo Moore, aka Dr. Madd Vibe, with live performances of his brilliant, over-the-top solo poetry and saxophone. Also, a short animated film "A Very Fishy Event" by Eric Stefani. The CD is on the Asian Man label. (ASIAN MAN VIDEO)
CIRCLE JERKS / BAD RELIGION
"The Best of Flipside Video #1"
FSV 13-P PAL video $9.55
11 classic, early songs from BAD RELIGION, live at the Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles in June 1984, plus 23 totally intense songs from THE CIRCLE JERKS, live at the Stardust Ballroom in Los Angeles in April, 1984. (FLIPSIDE VIDEO)
CFGT 01-3 VHS video $14.25
The veteran UK ska-punk band goes on tour around the planet, video camera in hand! Much more than just another live video, this has snippets of their performances embedded in all the things that touring bands encounter, with interviews, punks from Poland to New Zealand, scenery, music and more, expertly edited to give a wide-angle, band's-eye view of touring. 47 minutes. (BLUURG)
"1980 Floor Show"
TOOHOO BOW-3 video $8.75
High goddam energy video of the BBC-financed last performance of Bowie's SPIDERS FROM MARS act (after the "farewell" concert). This pre-"Diamond Dogs" show includes appearances by THE TROGGS, CARMEN (flamenco metal prog rock), MARIANNE FAITHFUL and AMANDA LEAR, with positively weird costuming. (TOOHOODOODOOBAABAA)
"DMPO's On Broadway"
CRDVD 001-3 DVD $26.60
A classic 14-song, hour-long set, live in San Francisco in June 1984. Excellent production and sound, using four cameras in real time, produced by Dirk Dirksen. In stereo, works on all DVD players. UK import. (CHERRY RED VIDEOS)
DEAD KENNEDYS / D.O.A.
"The Best of Flipside Video #3"
FSV 15-P PAL video $9.55
Guaranteed to burn fat in your brain, here's 60 aerobic minutes of live performances from 2 of the best, recorded at the Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles in 1984. 7 songs from San Francisco's THE DEAD KENNEDYS, plus 14 songs from Vancouver's DOA! (FLIPSIDE VIDEO)
DESTROY ALL MONSTERS
"Strange Früt, Part One"
DAM STRA-3 video $14.75
A video/music history of Detroit punk-rock, told thru its survivors and then re-enacted by today's "Goth Youth." Interviews with ANDRE WILLIAMS, infamous DJ THE ELECTRIFYING MOJO; vintage artwork & photos, the origins of Motor City Wrestling, plus texts by IGGY POP, NICO, MC5, SOUPY SALES, D.A.M., and JOHN SINCLAIR. New music, exclusive to this video, created by DESTROY ALL MONSTERS. Strange indeed... (DAM VIDEO)
DICKIES / WEIRDOS
"The Best of Flipside Video #6"
FSV 18-P PAL video $9.55
Two legendary bands from the earliest L.A. punk scene! 10 classic songs from THE WEIRDOS, live in a comeback gig in 1986 at the Stardust Ballroom in Hollywood, plus THE DICKIES, those clown princes of punk, live in '85 at Skateway in Fullerton, blast through 13 happy tunes while bodies fly and puppets sing. (FLIPSIDE VIDEO)
"America's Greatest Living Noise Artist"
RRR EB1-3 VHS video $9.85
Emil toots his own noisy li'l horn with this collection of recent performances. Extra-harsh noise blasts combined with a truly wacky sense of humor make this something you'll actually want to sit through. (RRR VIDEO)
"Baron Von Munchausen"
FPBVM 1-3 video $11.00
A Czech version (by way of Japan) of the Von Munchausen saga, done with amazing optical effects combining live action and animation to make a richly insane story. (MISC. VIDEOS)
SVV 18-3 VHS video $8.00
Scuzzy, nervous desperation rules the day as the lives of a small group of characters, all broke and all a bit nuts, intertwine unexpectedly on the streets of San Francisco in this short (19 minutes) film. Appropriately jittery noise-jazz soundtrack by FATHER PANIK. Also included is an even shorter (4 minutes) bit by related noise-jazz group LAUGHING MAN, accompanied by a frenetic jumble of visual images by filmmaker Matt Goldman. (SMOG VEIL VIDEO)
"The Holy Mountain"
FPHM 01-3 VHS video $8.35
Jesus and his modern corporate bizarros out on a quest led by God, with the BEATLES filling the big budget. A Japanese edition, in English, of this eye-popping Jadorowsky film, rivaled only by his other efforts like "El Topo" and "Sante Sangre." In letterbox format, with Japanese subtitles. This is totally nuts! (MISC. VIDEOS)
JOHNNY THUNDERS & THE HEARTBREAKERS
"Dead or Alive"
CRDVD 005-3 DVD $26.60
Live footage, clips on the road, studio performances, an interview, and some excerpts of Thunders' acting in a French movie. 64 minutes in stereo, works on all DVD players. UK import. (CHERRY RED VIDEOS)
"Red Baron's Older Brother, Vol. 3"
TOOHOOMACHB 3-3 VHS video $8.50
The further adventures of our favorite neon-bright giant robot, this time battling villain-controlled giant robots like King Club, Long Claw and Rotorchest, while a secret agent team battles bionic bad guys! Bright colors, low-tech sound and video effects and over-the-top action from this 1970s live action children's show from Japan. Great '70s Japanese power pop theme music! (TOOHOO)
MDC / THE DICKS
"The Best of Flipside Video #4"
FSV 16-P PAL video $9.55
Live at LA's Olympic Auditorium in 1984 during the height of Reagan hatred, both of these legendary bands deliver a blistering attack on police brutality, war, Republicans, and a variety of punk peeves, and commit serious hardcore along the way. 5 no-compromise songs from THE DICKS, and 19 full-on, flat-out, fuck-you rants from MDC! (FLIPSIDE VIDEO)
MINOR THREAT / MINUTEMEN
"The Best of Flipside Video #2"
FSV 14-P PAL video $9.55
The legendary MINUTEMEN perform 21 songs live at the notorious Vex club in Los Angeles in 1983. MINOR THREAT commits heinous sweatfest punkrock in L.A. during their 1983 tour, playing 13 songs as bodies fly until the cops come in and stop the show! (FLIPSIDE VIDEO)
"Panicsville at Painfest"
BSE 003-3 VHS video $3.90
The electro-acoustic noise band performs live in this 5-minute "video single." Electronics, accordion and junk make the sounds, and the visuals are processed kaleidoscopically. (BRUTAL SOUND EFFECTS VIDEOS)
PETER AND THE TEST TUBE BABIES
"Pissed and Loud"
DSR 76-3 VHS video $10.25
Wit, sarcasm, drunkenness and nudity for the whole family! A great quality, 3-camera video shot on their U.S. tour of 1998 in the lovely hellhole of Hollywood. 16 songs including "Up Yer Bum," "Moped Lads," "Run Like Hell," "Transvestite," "Elvis Is Dead," "The Jinx," "Vicars Wank Too," and more. Don't be a sap, buy this crap. (DR. STRANGE VIDEO)
RUBBER O CEMENT
"Solid City State"
BSEV 01-3 VHS video $4.60
A short jaunt into their 400 sq. foot cardboard computer, as if Disney commissioned a cargo cult to build Tomorrowland, all set to the band's tortured bass and synth sounds. Colorful packaging includes a somewhat delirious manifesto/band history. (BRUTAL SOUND EFFECTS VIDEO)
TOOHOO 1720-3 VHS video $7.60
Another blast of total insanity from 1970s Japan, with five full episodes of this obscure live-action martial arts children's show. Our sword wielding heros battle a transistor demon, a scythe-eared mad bomber, a crystal-boobed "diamoth," the cannibalistic King Eat (kiddies for breakfast), and more of the most bizarrely costumed bunch of weirdos you've ever seen. Handmade packaging as usual, with full color pics of many of the characters. (TOOHOO)
"Serge Gainsbourg '70s"
SERGE 70-3 video $8.35
This French production features 70 minutes of the king of lounge pop in music videos, live performances (including fronting a powerpop band and a reggae band), TV performances (including a duet with Jane Birkin), interviews and chats (all in French, of course), all dating from about 1975 to 1980. One thing you learn about the French is they smoke ALOT of cigarettes... (MISC. VIDEOS)
"Live from the Fireside Bowl"
AM 076-3 VHS video $11.45
After breaking up in 1996, Chicago's SLAPSTICK reunited to play two more shows as a benefit for an underprivileged family. This is the second of the two shows (shot November 23, 1997), which helped raise $7000. Also included: photographs, interview clips, and two unreleased audio tracks. (ASIAN MAN VIDEOS)
SUBHUMANS / UK SUBS
"The Best of Flipside Video #7"
FSV 19-P PAL video $9.55
Two of England's punkest bands live in Los Angeles in the mid-'80s. 14 songs from THE UK SUBS in 1984, and 11 songs from THE SUBHUMANS, shot a year or two later. 60 minutes total. (FLIPSIDE VIDEO)
"Ultra Fight!! #2"
ULTRAV 2-3 video $9.50
The monsters of the "Ultraman" series beat the living hell out of each other in this series of 5-minute fight scenarios (adding up to 110 minutes total!), which were originally intended as no-budget intros for each episode. Never repeated on the air, they feature ringside blow-by-blow narration (in Japanese) plus some cool music (early '60s surf, rock'n'roll and soundtrack instros) and hokey sound effects. (MISC. VIDEOS)
"10 Minutes to Ogikubo Station"
AM 075-3 VHS video $11.45
15 music videos and 4 live performances make up this compilation video of Asian Man acts MU330, ALKALINE TRIO, BLUE MEANIES, KOREA GIRL, SLOW GHERKIN, SOFTBALL, KING APPARATUS, LAWRENCE ARMS, POTSHOT, POLYSICS, HONOR SYSTEM, KNOWLEDGE, LINK 80, SLAPSTICK, and THE CHINKEES, plus bonus live footage from SKANKIN' PICKLE, ALKALINE TRIO, MU330, and BRUCE LEE BAND. (ASIAN MAN VIDEOS)
"1970s Live Action TV Trailers"
TOOHOO 705-3 VHS video $9.55
The cream of the crop, the best of the intros/outros from all those ultra goofy live action Japanese superhero'n'monster kiddie shows of the 1970s! Agent Boy, Satansword 3, Kamen Rider, and every imaginable monster is on here! Crazy costumes, totally unbelievable martial arts moves and tacky special effects galore! Your eyeballs will fall out, guaranteed! Japanese import. (TOO HOO DOO DOO BAA BAA)
"Bringing IT to YOU!"
SEELAND 517-3 VHS video $17.80
Watch this and find out more about the folks who sponsored The Barbie Liberation Organization, the "Deconstructing Beck" CD, GWbush.com, the battle over etoy.com and many other creative acts of anti-corporate sabotage. TV news segments, how-tos, and lots more fun! (SEELAND VIDEO)
"East Coast Pogo Attack 2"
STINKYV 02-3 VHS video $12.20
Live from the pit in New Haven, New York and Boston in 1995-96, it's OXYMORON, BATTALION OF SAINTS, AUS-ROTTEN, THE VARUKERS, TOTAL CHAOS, FINAL WARNING, BRAINDANCE, DEFIANCE, BROKEN, DISTRAUGHT, PUBLIC NUISANCE, THE PIST, and D.I.R.T. Two solid hours of sonic warfare! (STINKY TWINKIE)
"East Coast Pogo Attack"
STINKYV 01-3 VHS video $12.20
Back in 1994-95, Jim Martin and Marvin White stood down in the pit and shot PUBLIC NUISANCE, AUS-ROTTEN, THE BRISTLES, THE CASUALTIES, CAUSE FOR ALARM, THE PIST, SUBMACHINE, BLANKS 77, VIOLENT SOCIETY, BANNER OF HOPE, DYSFUNCTIONAL YOUTH, BROKEN, VISITING THE DEAD, 86'D, MANKIND?, and SUICIDAL SUPERMARKET TROLLEYS live on stage, and lived to tell about it. A whole bunch of songs, poking around in a morgue, goofing off, and the next best thing to being there! (STINKY TWINKIE)
"Gravity 37 Compilation Video"
GRAVITY 37V-3 VHS video $8.15
25 minutes of short films and videos from MEN'S RECOVERY PROJECT, THE MAKE UP, MONORCHID and CROM-TECH, plus something from former HEROIN singer Matt A. The CD soundtrack is on the Gravity label. (GRAVITY VIDEO)
"Kill Rock Stars Video Fanzine II"
KRS 300-3 VHS video $11.30
Clips from SLEATER-KINNEY, ELLIOTT SMITH, DEERHOOF, THE LIES, JULIE RUIN, SEMIAUTOMATIC, WITCHYPOO, SLUMBER PARTY, PENNY ARCADE, JAD FAIR & JASON WILLETT, EMILY'S SASSY LIME, STA-PREST, THE CORRECTIONS, SLIM MOON, BONFIRE MADIGAN, and THE BANGS, with short films by Sharon Cheslow, Tina Gordon and Sadie Shaw, Gary Fembot, and Matt Steinke. (KILL ROCK STARS VIDEO)
"Kill Rock Stars Video Compilation"
KRS 200-3 VHS video $11.30
Nearly 2 hours of videos featuring ELLIOTT SMITH, UNWOUND, MIRANDA JULY, FREE KITTEN, JOHN DOE, LONG HIND LEGS, THE FRUMPIES, DEERHOOF, THE PEECHEES, BONFIRE MADIGAN, MEN'S RECOVERY PROJECT, EMILY'S SASSY LIME, EDWIN TORRES, JULIANA LUECKING, and more. (KILL ROCK STARS VIDEO)
"Punk & Disorderly"
CRDVD 006-3 DVD $26.60
A total of 23 tracks from DEAD KENNEDYS, THE BUSINESS, GBH, BUZZCOCKS, CHELSEA, SHAM 69, PETER & THE TEST TUBE BABIES, VARUKERS, CHAOS UK, ABRASIVE WHEELS, ONE WAY SYSTEM, UK SUBS, THE EXPLOITED, VICE SQUAD, and more. 61 minutes in stereo, works on all DVD players. UK import. (CHERRY RED VIDEOS)
"The Red Badge of Courage"
STOMV RB1-3 VHS video $9.85
Performances by a bunch of experimental and noise folks like LITTLE PRINCESS, THURSTON MOORE w/ JOHN VOIGT & LAWRENCE COOK, COCK ESP, THE BRINGDOWNZZ, CHRIS CUTLER & TOM DIMUZIO, GOVERNMENT ALPHA, DUE PROCESS, MARK JACKMAN, THE JAUNTIES, ACHIM WOLLSCHEID & JASON LESCALLEET, CRANK STURGEON, and several others. (STOMACH ACHE VIDEO)
"TV Eye #1"
MRV 777-3 VHS video $13.70
Interviews, depravity and live footage from HIGH ON FIRE, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, DRUNK HORSE, LOST GOAT, NEBULA, and UNIDA. (MAN'S RUIN VIDEO)
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