Dropbox Notes January 22, 2107

Welcome to a new day. After yesterday’s powerful marches in opposition to FPOS, and FPOS’ comments upon those who express dissent and challenge his “reality,” I have come to the inescapable conclusion that this president will continue to lie to the people, denigrate those who speak in opposition, and represent his own self-interests at the expense of the people, including those who elected him.

So, what should we do? As Joey Shithead observed so elegantly, Talk-Action=0. Yesterday the various marches were the talk and now is the time to take action. A revolution didn’t take place with FPOS’ election, rather FPOS’ illegitimate presidency should be spark – a call to action – to eliminate evil wherever it resides even when that evil resides in the people’s house. The revolution begins with we the people.

I am posting this update in three parts to make for easier searching. The first, is the December Dropbox worthy releases which I hope you enjoyed. You can always preview most of these by catching the podcasts for December. If you see something I missed that you think should be added or you’d like to hear, let me know by dropping me a note! The second part will be this months list full of new gems to discover. Finally, part 3 of this flurry of posts will be the list of my top 50 albums of 2016 – a list I guarantee you will be different than those you’ve viewed already!

Here is December’s list:

  1. Ryan Adams – Prisoner [2017]
  2. Afghan Whigs – Black Love (20th Anniversary Edition) [2016]
  3. Blossoms – Blossoms (Extended Edition) [2016]
  4. Radkey – Delicious Rock Noise [2016]
  5. Vanishing Life – Surveillance [2016]
  6. Sunset Sons – Very Rarely Say Die (Deluxe) [2016]
  7. Thee Oh Sees – An Odd Entrances [2016]
  8. Peter Doherty – Hamburg Demonstrations [2016]
  9. Boy And Bear – Live At The Hordern Pavilion [2016]
  10. Men – Devil Music [2016]
  11. Bloodsucking Zombies from Outer Space – Bloody Unholy Christmas [2016]
  12. Last Shadow Puppets – The Dream Synopsis EP [2016]
  13. Cavemen – Born To Hate [2016]
  14. Republic of Rock’n Roll – Upside Down [2016]
  15. Le Wolves – Le Wolves [2016]
  16. Pretty Hurts – ST LP [2016]
  17. Trashcan Sinatras – Wild Pendulum [2016]
  18. Petrol Girls – Talk of Violence [2016]
  19. Terry Malts – Lost At The Party [2016]
  20. Sad13 – Slugger [2016]
  21. Pennywise – Nineteen Eighty Eight [2016]
  22. American Wrestlers – Goodbye Terrible Youth [2016]
  23. Berwanger – Exorcism Rock [2016]
  24. Superweaks – Better Heavens [2016]
  25. Suburban Homes – The Suburban Homes – …Are Bored EP [2016]
  26. Dean Ween Group – The Deaner Album [2016]
  27. Tyvek – Origin of What [2016]
  28. Cryptics – Make Me Digital [2016]
  29. Hiss Golden Messenger – Heart Like A Levee [2016]
  30. La Sera – Queens [2016]
  31. Public Access TV – Never Enough [2016]
  32. EZTV – High in Place [2016]
  33. Joy Formidable – Sleep Is Day [2016]
  34. Paper Route – Real Emotion [2016]
  35. Dawes – We’re All Gonna Die [2016]
  36. Taking Back Sunday – Tidal Wave [2016]
  37. Ball Park Music – Every Night the Same Dream [2016]
  38. Bear Mountain – Badu [2016]
  39. Darkhaus – When Sparks Ignite [2016]
  40. Feral Ohms – Live In San Francisco [2016]
  41. Casper Skulls – Lips & Skulls [2016]
  42. Nada Surf – Peaceful Ghosts; Live with Deutsches Filmorchester Babelsberg [2016]
  43. Nouvelle Vague – I Could Be Happy [2016]
  44. Cows – Cunning Stunts (1992, Reissue) [2016]
  45. Sleigh Bells – Jessica Rabbit [2016]
  46. Tigercub – Abstract Figures In The Dark [2016]
  47. STRFKR – Being No One, Going Nowhere [2016]
  48. Pack A.D. – Positive Thinking [2016]
  49. Sshh – Issues [2016]
  50. Griswolds – High Times for Low Lives [2016]

Stay tuned for this months list!

KFR

Just For Fun Concerts EP 2017-02 (Episode 56)

Well, we are starting to pick up some speed now with a new episode of Tales From The Dropbox. With the inauguration of the FPOS this week (“Festering Pile of Shit”), the future for the good ole U.S.A. looks a little bleak, but at least the soundtrack will be awesome! History teaches us that the election of a Republican president produces some excellent music! Tales From The Drop Box Episode 56 should brighten your week as it collects some gems from last year and offers some new selections from about to be released new LPs. So crank ‘er up and get the blood flowing.

Speaking of history, it is truly a good thing that there is no such thing as global warming. I know this to be true because the FPOS Trump informed me during the election campaign that scientists are all wrong and they don’t know what they are talking about. Whew… I’m glad he’s correct and not the scientists who obviously are reporting this disturbing fake news today:

Two leading U.S. science agencies Wednesday jointly declared 2016 the hottest year on record, surpassing the previous record set just last year — which, itself, had topped a record set in 2014.

Average surface temperatures in 2016, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, were 0.07 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than 2015, and featured eight successive months (January through August) that were individually the warmest since the agency’s record began in 1880.

The average temperature across the world’s land and ocean surfaces was 58.69 Fahrenheit, or 1.69 degrees above the 20th century average of 57 degrees, NOAA declared. The agency also noted that the record for the global temperature has now successively been broken five times since the year 2000. The years 2005 and 2010 were also record warm years, according to the agency’s dataset.

NASA concurred with NOAA, also declaring 2016 the warmest year on record in its own dataset that tracks the temperatures at the surface of the planet’s land and oceans, and expressing “greater than 95 percent certainty” in that conclusion.  (In contrast, NOAA gave a 62 percent confidence in the broken record.)

NASA actually found a bigger leap upward of temperatures in 2016, measuring the year as .22 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than the prior record year of 2015. The agency also noted that just since the year 2001 the planet has seen “16 of the 17 warmest years on record.”

See U.S. scientists officially declare 2016 the hottest year on record. That makes three in a row.

I am positive that we will receive a tweet from FPOS Trump declaring NASA and NOAA as liars publishing fake news about global warming which is merely a democratic “myth” perpetuated by the leftist media. Oh wait we did! Just two days ago this  wisdom was tweeted by the FPOS: Ice storm rolls from Texas to Tennessee – I’m in Los Angeles and it’s freezing. Global warming is a total, and very expensive, hoax!

To be clear, I am not blaming the FPOS for global warming. I’m merely observing that the FPOS  is a complete freakin’ moron. As our president, FPOS should be somewhat concerned about our country’s contributions to the change and he is in charge of the two agencies which just reported this information. Further, his proposed nominee for the head of the EPA, Scott Pruit, has similar views and has articulated that he too is a nonbeliever in global warming.

Regardless of the idiots who are going to be in charge of these agencies (and other scientific agencies) and I portend they will do nothing to take action that is absolutely necessary to reduce greenhouse gases and carbon emissions, for the rest of the rational world it is pretty difficult to ignore data supporting a change is taking place in our global climate. Whether this is a long term change (centuries) or merely a short term correction in global climate, it is irresponsible to ignore the fact that the global climate is trending in a particular direction and it is caused by humans. We (all living things, humans, animals, plant life etc. (I’m defining living things for supporters of the FPOS who may not actually know what living things are)) depend on the Earth’s maintaining a homeostatic condition i.e. we can tolerate an increase or decrease in global temperatures but only by a couple of degrees without the occurrence of some very severe localized weather related events and at some point a major global climatic event (Think of the Arctic ice melt and the consequences of that in the short and long term). The causes of global climate change are fairly well documented (See Causes of Climate Change).

So, as the FPOS ignores a rapidly growing global problem that could cause food shortages and famine, flooding, and trigger weird weather events that could devastate communities such as ice storms, as he decamps to Trump Tower, it perhaps should cause all of us some great concern as he picks fight with intelligence agencies, scientists, other world leaders, and ignores the very real data being presented to him. This ignorance of the data threatens  our existence. Delay is death.

While I can’t predict what is going to happen over the next four years, someone should get a hold of the FPOS and wake him the F#^!!! up to a very serious issue that needs some policy – now.

Here is what you’ll find in Episode #56:

  1. Birthing Hips – “Sex Bias” (No Sorry)
  2. Bears From Labrador – “El Cid” (Redoubt)
  3. The Menzingers – “After The Party” (After The Party)
  4. You Me At Six – “Heavy Soul” (Night People)
  5. Cape Cub – “Heat of the Night” (6 a.m.)
  6. Psychocide – “Temporary Friends” ( Alcohol & Bad Decisions)
  7. Landon Tewers – “The Stretching Girl” (Dynamite)
  8. Le Wolves – “Wizardry” (Le Wolves)
  9. Sewage Farm – “Sunny On The Outside” (Cloudy)
  10. The Gomes – “Sad Woman or Both” (Pronounced Nirvana)
  11. Spill – “Feels Too Good” (Top Ten)
  12. R.G. Kooper – “Canada” (Worst Case Stereo)
  13. Cloud Nothings – “Sight Unseen” (Life Without Sound)
  14. Blitz Kids – “Run For Cover” (The Good Youth)
  15. Burnseer – “If” (Burnseer)

It’s the little things that man commits to etch behind my eyelids like getting stoned when we wake up coffee grounds and coffee cups . . . lover lover run run for cover left a bad taste in my mouth you left my whole head full of doubt.

KFR

Just For Fun Concerts EP 2017-01 (Episode 55)

Well I’m back after a lengthy break – about three weeks – and I am looking forward to bringing you another year of highlights from the mythical musical drop box. But before I can look forward, I need to resolve some issues with the past. Tales From The Drop Box Episode 55 collects some odds and ends from the past year that for some reason or another I didn’t get around to playing or didn’t have room to play on a particular episode. None of these tracks are inferior. The problem for all of these tracks was merely one of quantity i.e. the volume of awesome new music that I encountered and engaged with this past year – not their quality. So here you go. A simple and elegant solution to the problem: I’m just going to play them.

Normally, I would start the year in a much more positive frame of mind. However, with the impending inauguration of a person for whom I have no respect, I am trying to be positive but the President-elect (hereafter to be referred to as FPOS (see below) instead of POTUS) has given no sign, in any of his post election actions, that my initial impressions detailed in prior episodes of Tales From The Drop box of him as both a person and as a candidate for President are incorrect.

As early as 2011, the Onion, an honest and reliable media source that Trump would likely trust, published this inciteful story indicating that Trump cannot prove that he is not a FPOS:  Trump Unable To Produce Certificate Proving He’s Not A Festering Pile Of Shit.

With this “proof” I would be in favor of a recall.

I wish you all a happy year and hope and pray that I am incorrect about my assessment of both Trump’s character and intelligence. I fear, for us all, that I am not.

Here is what you’ll find in Episode #55:

  1. Slothrust – “Rotten Pumpkin” (Everyone Else)
  2. Adult Books – “In Front Of Myself” (Running From The Blows)
  3. Empty Atlas – “House Fire” (Hestia)
  4. Dead Days = “Liar Liar” (Start Over Again)
  5. March Divide – “Exit Signs” (Saturdays)
  6. Bleeker – “Radio Radio (Erase You)
  7. And Summer Club – “Surfer Girl” (Heavy Hawaii Punk)
  8. ADS – “Waiting For The War” (Various Artists – Killed By Deathrock Vol. 2)
  9. Brand New  “Jesus” (The Devil And God Are Raging Inside Me)
  10. Birds Are Indie – “Partners In Crime” (Let’s Pretend The World Has Stopped)
  11. Les Deuxluxes – “My Babe and Me” (Springtime Devil)
  12. The Blind Shake – “Corpse On A Roof” (Celebrate Your Wroth)
  13. Elephant Stone – “Manipulator” (Ship of Fools)
  14. White Reaper  “Sheila” (White Reaper Does It Again)
  15. Equador – “Thin Air” (Bones of Man)

Well Jesus Christ I’m alone again, so what did you do those three days you were dead ‘cuz this problem’s gonna last more than the weekend . . . Yellow eyes, in the box around you I get tired of the same old lines You shot me right in the heart.

KFR

Just For Fun Concerts EP 2016-50 (Episode 54)

Tales From The Drop Box Episode 54 is in my less than biased opinion a blast of fresh punk rawk air to engage your mind and soul as a new age of dissent and rebellion begins in America. If the past is any predictor of the future, punk rock will become more relevant in the social discussion just as it has every single time a government exists to divide the people.

If you are a fan of the genre, I think you’ll find these 15 tracks engaging and diverse. If you are not yet a fan, this episode should open a few doors to the state of the nation – the punk rock nation. As is oft observed, it is difficult to do something new and interesting in this genre, but this episode’s selections should make it obvious that the punk rock game has changed a bit from 1976-77. Not only is the musicianship of these bands obvious, but the diversity in their approaches is readily apparent. Sure, they draw on obvious past influences, but they breathe new life into the genre. The scene is now… perhaps this episode will change your life…. punk rock certainly changed mine.

As for this week’s social issue, I am not sure that a comprehensive analysis is really necessary to measure the level of hate directed at immigrants worldwide let alone measure the rising level of vitriol towards persons some individuals perceive as different in our own country. It is not just a racial divide that is increasing the hostility between various groups of individuals. There is clearly a widening and misplaced perception that our world is composed of persons that fall into two broad categories: “us” and “them.”  Consequently our societal relationships are frequently measured on a completely subjective, stereotypically irrelevant basis. Thus, the prevailing viewpoint is expressed as the lowest common denominator – race and religion. Thus, in a Trump America white is good and Muslim is evil.  This position is morally reprehensible and indefensible.  The “new” race/religion paradigm is “good” vs “evil”  with the primary focus  directed to hating immigrants. That is, the election of Trump has freed the hatemongers to focus on what makes “us” different from “them” as compared to focusing on what actions are right and what actions are wrong. There is no longer the belief (aspiration?) that we are all in this world together. As a nation we have not focused on the problem namely eradicating a select group of maliciously evil assholes intent on destroying our way of life but rather apparently opted for blaming people who look or practice religions different from our own as being somehow responsible for all of the evil in this world and for our own individual lack of success.

Why highlight this issue now? As this week’s Berlin attack, like this past summer’s attack in Nice, France, certainly highlights, the “immigrant” issue in Europe, like America, is a time bomb waiting to explode. As more of these tragedies impact the daily lives of people in major cities both at home and abroad, hate speech directed at immigrants will increase beyond what Trump is advocating. See Donald Trump and the Rise of Anti-Muslim Violence. Research suggests that politically motivated rhetoric can influence the level of hate motivated crimes. (See Levin, Brian (2016) Special Status Report – Hate Crimes in the United States). As the level of hate filled rhetoric increases in both volume and severity, it is now more important than ever to educate and inform those who are susceptible to such hate speech that violence is not the answer and blaming immigrants for societal problems will not result in a better world for us all or a better condition for each of us individually. It is not just Trump as the proponent of this lunacy. The power of hate rhetoric is more pronounced in families where children are susceptible to the biases and perceptions of their parents. Our focus as a nation should be on preventing the very environment that has bred the current terrorists we are all so concerned about.

Perhaps my perception of the current state of hate is a little trite but we, i.e. you and I, need to resist the temptation to blame immigrants as a source of terror. Resist hate. Be tolerant. Teach tolerance.

Here is what you’ll find in Episode #54:

  1. Petrol Girls – “Rewild” (Talk of Violence)
  2. The Cavemen – “Satan Is Her Name” (Born To Hate)
  3. Bloodsucking Zombies From Outerspace – “Welcome To The Jungle” (Bloody Unholy Christmas)
  4. The Suburban Homes – “Welcome to Shitsville” (…Are Bored EP)
  5. Bright Lights – “Hide Out” (When Stories Become Places)
  6. The Gashers – “Roadside War” (In Trust We Bleed)
  7. Contact High – A.C.K.” (Lessons From Defeat)
  8. The Superweaks – “Junkies Is Gone” (Better Heavens)
  9. Pretty Hurts  “Beat on You” (Pretty Hurts)
  10. Dayglo Abortions – “The Dishwasher” (Armageddon Survival Guide)
  11. Sham 69 – “Goodbye Billy Blue” (It’ll End In Tears)
  12. The Cryptics – “All Lawsuit, All The Time” (Make Me Digital)
  13. Crown Court – “22” (Capital Offence)
  14. Calcinator – “Electrife” (Various Artists – Punk 45: Les Punks  The French Connection: The First Wave of Punk 1977-1980)
  15. Maid of Ace – “Monster” (Maid In England)

She is evil she’s insane Satan is her name … if you want it you’re gonna bleed but it’s the price you pay and you’re a very sexy girl very hard to please you can taste the bright lights but you won’t get there for free

KFR

Just For Fun Concerts EP 2016-49 (Episode 53)

Tales From The Drop Box Episode 53 arrives free of social issue commentary shortly after Episode 52. Continuing with the alt-pop-o-rama theme of the last episode, I think this show is much more positive sounding, i.e. less dark thoughts. Also, be forewarned that this is a foreign influenced show from countries well positioned to hack our minds and not our emails. Caution is therefore encouraged. This show will be like candy – sweet unless you eat too much. As such handle this episode with care… but play loud!

Here is what you’ll find in Episode #53:

  1. Twist – “Bleached” (Spectral)
  2. Sunset Sons – “Remember” (Very Rarely Say Die (Deluxe Edition))
  3. Night Flowers – “Embers” (Night Flowers)
  4. Saint Motel – “Getaway” (saintmotelvision)
  5. Mugison – “Please” (Enjoy!)
  6. Owel – “Places” (Dear Me)
  7. Gospel Dating Service – “A Temptation” (Champagne)
  8. Nouvelle Vague – “Love Comes In Spurts” (I Could Be Happy)
  9. Kytes – “Inner Cinema” (Heads and Tales)
  10. Trashcan Sinatras – “All Night” (Wild Pendulum)
  11. STRFKR – “Never Ever” (Being No One, Going Nowhere)
  12. White Lies – “Take It out On Me” (Friends)
  13. Jeff Rosenstock – “I Did Something Weird Last Night” (Worry!)
  14. Echo & The Bunnymen  “Crocodiles” (BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert)
  15. Leather Jacuzzi – “Don’t Touch Me (I’m A Punk) (Monsters, Narcs and Idiots)

Come on DJ earn your money because I’m at work on Monday do your job…baby, love comes in spurts in dangerous flirts and it murders your heart

KFR

Just For Fun Concerts EP 2016-48 (Episode 52)

Sorry for the short delay in getting out this episode of Tales From The Drop Box. Episode 52 returns with some original goth rock from The Mission, some new stuff from Ty Segall and Tyvek and a couple of throwbacks this week from Ivan & The Parazol and the Mockingbirds. I think I’ve put together a pretty eclectic mix but there is always room for improvement, not perfect but worth repeated attempts. Also, look for notice of something new to arrive in the next couple of days i.e. a new list!

The social issue this week is about honesty in government. While we always suspect that our government tells us lies we rarely do we have evidence. Not so fast. You can always look to Florida or Texas to give us great stuff. This week it’s Texas. The Texas State Department of Health has released on Monday a revised booklet entitled “A Woman’s Right to Know.” The booklet includes new information about possible risks of abortion, an unborn baby’s development and pregnancy/parenting resources. State law requires that abortion facilities give women the informed consent booklet at least 24 hours before an elective abortion. All good. However, one new piece of information is the mention of alleged research indicating that an abortion may increase a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer despite numerous, peer-reviewed studies that have refuted any link between abortion and breast cancer. The booklet also says women who terminate pregnancies can become suicidal and infertile.

“If you give birth to your baby, you are less likely to develop breast cancer in the future,” the booklet states. “Research indicates that having an abortion will not provide you this increased protection against breast cancer. In addition, doctors and scientists are actively studying the complex biology of breast cancer to understand whether abortion may affect the risk of breast cancer.”

This is in short – a lie. The Texas Department of health actually knew in publishing the information that there was no evidence of an increased risk of breast cancer from an abortion. In February 2003, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) convened a workshop of over 100 of the world’s leading experts who study pregnancy and breast cancer risk. Workshop participants reviewed existing population-based, clinical, and animal studies on the relationship between pregnancy and breast cancer risk, including studies of induced and spontaneous abortions. They concluded that having an abortion or miscarriage does not increase a woman’s subsequent risk of developing breast cancer. See National Cancer Institute: Abortion, Miscarriage, and Breast Cancer Risk

It is one thing if some pro-life website is painting this false picture. It is not right to lie about the risks but it is also not the government telling the lie either. This booklet is a prime example of someone’s politics giving an overlay to science to intentionally mislead people. Regardless of your views on abortion, the moral issue is whether the government should lie to people to scare them from having abortions. This should be simple for everyone to understand: the government shouldn’t lie to the people  – about anything.

Some might say this is a small thing and causes no harm. This is a big thing. Why? Because next you’ll start get booklets indicating that abortion goes against the science of creation and God is a scientist. Then some school board will say that this is what should be taught in schools and maybe we should remove some books from our library that we don’t agree with. See Virginia School District Weighs Banning 2 Classic Books

The pamphlet is yet another an insult to democracy – a democracy which requires honesty and integrity in dealing with its citizens.  The insult albeit is a small one, but we need to decry any government that lies to its citizens, except of course when it is Trump that is telling the lies. Then it’s just a #^$^#^!! pivot.

Here is what you’ll find in Episode #52:

  1. Sshh – “Tin Soldier” (Issues)
  2. Ty Segall – “Orange Color Queen” (Ty Segall)
  3. American Wrestlers – “Someone Far Away” (Goodbye Terrible Youth)
  4. Cowtown – “Clock In” (Paranormal Romance)
  5. The Mission – “Met-Amor-Phosis” (Another Fall From Grace)
  6. Tyvek – “Tip To Tail” (Origin of What)
  7. Roddy Harty & The Lonesome Fire – “Tiny Miracles” (Swithering)
  8. The Boo Devils – “Love In Vain” (The Noble Art of Rock n’ Roll)
  9. This Wild Life – “Hit The Reset” (Low Tides)
  10. Communist Daughter – “Hold Back” (The Cracks That Built The Wall)
  11. Flyying Colours – This is What You Wanted (Mindfullness)
  12. Savoy Motel – “Souvenir Shop Rock” (Savoy Motel)
  13. The Men – “Hit The Ground” (Devil Music)
  14. Ivan & The Parazol – There’s a Lady” ( Mama, Don’t You Recognize Ivan & The Parazol?)
  15. The Mockingbirds – “Money” (Various Artists – Sharon Signs To Cherry Red)

It was like rain in a strange hurricane these tiny miracles and its almost biblical… money money give us your money

KFR

Just For Fun Concerts EP 2016-47 (Episode 51)

Happy Monday after Thanksgiving! Tales From The Drop Box Episode 51 is reasonably straightforward this week containing a sampling of a bunch of bands from foreign countries who deserve a listen no matter where you or they are located.  After all, if Trump has his way the only media will be Trump media and I’m of the sincere belief that the content of Tales From The Dropbox would be perceived as a threat and consequently does not squarely fit with his view of making America great again. I dissent.

As Mrs. Belding aptly put it – better not to discuss politics in these things – so I won’t. I also concur with her belief that it is always a better goal each day to put your best ear forward (look on the bright side of life!) and seek out new tunes to put you in a good mood and continue to follow the only rule that matters: be a good human. I think this episode achieves that humble goal.

As I am still basking in the afterglow of thanksgiving and because I have much to be thankful for, I am poignantly aware that there are many whom do not share the great fortune that my family and I do. Thus, this time of year is also a good time to reflect not only on the good fortune that we enjoy but also to take action by supporting those causes and charities that need our help providing for those whose needs are greater than our own:

http://greatnonprofits.org/city/los-angeles/CA

So as this holiday season begins, click the link above and support your own, local, social issues and causes. Mr. Belding is in LA so that’s where I began. Search out your own city and support those services. They need your support. Be a good human. Take action.

Here is what you’ll find in Episode #51:

  1. Drahla – “Fictional Decision” (Fictional Decision (Single))
  2. Lawn Social – “Wish You Well” (Ghosts)
  3. Welcome Home – “Wait” (Just Happy To Be Here)
  4. The Ocean Party – “Pressure” (Restless)
  5. The Pack A.D. – “So What” (Positive Thinking)
  6. Radkey  “Marvel” (Delicious Rock Noise)
  7. Papa – “Comforts A Killer” (Kick At The Dust)
  8. Future Orients – “Running” (Eat or Die)
  9. Male Bonding – “Wrench” (Headache)
  10. This Becomes Us – “Simple Two” (This Becomes Us)
  11. Berwanger – “I Want You Bad” (Exorcism Rock)
  12. Boston Manor – “Stop Trying Be Nothing” (Be Nothing)
  13. Pennywise – “No Way Out” (Nineteen Eighty Eight)
  14. fIREHOSE – “Chemical Wire” (Ragin’ Full On)
  15. RVIVR – “Real Mean” (RVIVR)

I’m the paint on the road the weight of your load with the cracked glass ground fuck it . . . So many times you’d like to just leave behind but there’s no way out, no way out.

KFR