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Here's the last stack of record reviews and a few other items that should round up Issue 11. We'll be back again before the Chicago Blackout with more reviews, interviews, and other good shit...As usual, we're always on the lookout for contributions from like-minded record fiends and music lovers. Got a scene, band, or record you want to write about? Drop us a line. Interviews, columns, whatever, we're game. Contact the editor at termibore-at-aol.com with submissions/questions.
Record Reviews: Another huge batch of reviews...
Too Much Junk: The opening installment of Justin from collectorscum.com's MP3 column featuring rare and uncomped records and B-Sides. Killer stuff and hopefully the first of many...
Almost Ready: Steve Strange and his 'Mess Me Up' columns are out...Young Steve and his 'Almost Ready' column are in. This time out Steve spends some time with the mind behind the Homeblitz single...
Pain in the Big Neck II: Coverage of the fest in an unusually timely manner...
Let Us Read: The editor reviews some punk rock-ish books, one of which we actually received for review. Send us more so we can keep this colum going...
Total Fuckin' Rocker: A semi-inebriated RFA gets down and dirty with Tony Sagger.
Hipshakes: Trickknee has a brief chat with these British lads.
Cheap Rewards: Dave Hyde with some more lost 90's gems: Red Stars and Robot Assassins.
The TB Field Guide to Free Jazz: Unexpected? Perhaps. SS gives us part one of a primer to free jazz for all you adventurous types.
Can't Stand the Midwest: Coppens talks records and some other stuff.
I Was A Teenage Malcontent: Dasha van Dasha crushes on the Black Lips.
Angry Samoans Files: Gregg Turner speaks! Kind of...
TB Comix Page: Ladies and gentlemen, the always insightful Ben Lyon.
Horriblefest: As usual, waaaaay late on the fest coverage. But this time you get two tales, on from Clevo native Erik Hughes/Elrick and one from the editor. Belated thanks to the Horriblefest guys (Russ, Ryan, and whoever else was involved), we had a blast.
Live Reviews: Notable for two reasons: 1) a special Chitown edition from our pal Steve Beat. 2) Soriano has apparently left the bunker and gone to some shows. Oh, and I saw Clockcleaner a few months ago too...
The Snare & The Idiots Story: ...as told to Scott Soriano.
Haunted George: ...spends five minutes with Eric Lastname.
Anonymous Goy: Our most enterprising columnist, as usual in ahead of deadline.
Record Reviews: A good chunk of what will be the reviews section of Issue 11.
Best of 2005: Staffer's year-end Best of picks...
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