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Susan from Evanston, IL 
Oct 14 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Self Destruct -Violent Affair 7

Self Destruct
Violent Affair 7"

This 7"'s pretty fuckin' good, as far as American street punk goes...members of the Unseen and A Global Threat, with the always-welcome vox of Mark Unseen to belt out these tales of violence and the woes of modern society....get this if ya like punkfuckinrock!

Susan from Evanston, IL 
Aug 17 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars
Husker Du -Zen Arcade CD
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Husker Du
Zen Arcade CD

I dont know what to think of this album--parts of it are totally brilliant (Something I Learned Today, Never Talking to You Again, Pride, etc.), but other parts are a total mess, like I Will Never Forget You, which devolves into nothing but feedback and muttering. Zen Arcade's a very dark, difficult album from a band that was never very accessible. (which isn't to say Husker Du is bad--they were one of the best bands on the 80's American HC scene). All in all, it's a solid effort, but if you're new to Husker Du, get New Day Rising, its easily their best (and most accesible) album.

Susan from Evanston, IL 
Aug 17 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Unseen -So This Is Freedom CD
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Unseen
So This Is Freedom CD

This albums fucking awesome--pissed off, intelligent, straight ahead punk fucking rock from end to end. The Unseen's probably one of the more intelligent bands on the scene these days (smarter than the casualties, fr'instance), and this is their best album. My fave songs are What Are You Gonna Do?, So This is Freedom, and Are We Dead Yet ("how's this for an answer? FUCK YOU!), and their cover of Beat it. What more to say- BUY THIS RECORD!!

Susan from Evanston, IL 
Jul 8 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Negative Approach -Total Recall CD
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Negative Approach
Total Recall CD

This album's fuckin' AMAZING. in my opinion Negative Approach is right up there with Black Flag, Minor Threat, Bad Brains and the Circle Jerks in the '80's HardCore pantheon...they just never got recognition 'cause none of the members got famous after NA, like rollins and mackaye did. All the stuff on here's good, the live tracks are real shitty recording, but what d'you expect? My fave song'd be "Nothing", w/two versions on this album. The whole thing is pretty raw, but give it a second chance, and pretty soon it won't leave your cd player---just as good as shit like "Nervous Breakdown" and "In My Eyes"--Fuckin' Negative Approach, man.




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