Sunday, December 30, 2001
Wednesday, December 26, 2001
Sunday, December 2, 2001
CLASS ASSASSINS - Behind Your Screen (CIUT)
CLASS ASSASSINS - You Got it All Wrong (CIUT)
CLASS ASSASSINS - Full Control (CIUT)
CLASS ASSASSINS - Without Warning (CIUT)
Saturday, December 1, 2001
Tuesday, November 20, 2001
Saturday, November 3, 2001
SCARE TACTIC - This City Smells Like Garbage (CIUT)
SCARE TACTIC - P.S. I Love You (CIUT)
SCARE TACTIC - I Never (CIUT)
SCARE TACTIC - Step Right Up (CIUT)
SCARE TACTIC - Broken (CIUT)
SCARE TACTIC - Shut It Off (CIUT)
SCARE TACTIC - First to Fall (CIUT)
SCARE TACTIC - Scare Tactic Take a Vacation (CIUT)
SCARE TACTIC - Sick of Fun (CIUT)
Thursday, November 1, 2001
Tuesday, October 23, 2001
Sunday, October 21, 2001
Saturday, October 13, 2001
6. Snortin' Blow
7. Press Conference at the All Star Cafe
8. Dark Lord
9. Too Extreme
10. I Love Balloons
Sunday, October 7, 2001
Monday, October 1, 2001
Friday, September 28, 2001
Monday, September 17, 2001
Matt initially had a zine called Taint, but he switched the name to Mosh Yankee. This was his first issue and juding by the interviews this had to come out in the Fall of 2001.
Matt liked to take pictures and he liked to print them large. He used a half 8-1/2" x 11" format but flipped the size on it's side so that it resembled a coffee table style of book. This worked well with the large sized photos.
The zine opens up with some shots of No Justice at Chicago-Fest, which had to have been one of the best sets I have seen in a decade.
A brief piece on Bright Calm Blue. They had a split out and I got the sense they were from Quebec. They played with To Dream of Autumn and there is some full sized shots of them. I believe they were from Oakville.
There is some full page shots of the pit at Pointless Fest when Tragedy was on.
Matt interviews At the Mercy of Inspiration who were from Mississauga. This might be the only interview I have seen of the band. They were a metal-core type of band.
Matt talks to R.A.M.B.O. about Manowar, which seems to be his favourite topic.
Matt does a serious interview with No Time Left (from Buffalo) and Splitting Teeth (from Washington State).
The back page has Al Barile's poem on Straight edge called "The Choice" which originally appeared in Glen Friedman's first photo book.
Saturday, September 1, 2001
2. Racking The Skulls Of American Golgatha
3. Clockwork (Birth Of The Chronophile)
4. Progress Is Dead: Death Is Progress
5. The Fallacy Of Wildlife Conservation
6. Kroc Of Shit
Sunday, August 26, 2001
Sunday, August 5, 2001
Sunday, July 15, 2001
Thursday, July 12, 2001
Sunday, July 1, 2001
This was the last issue of the zine under this name. It came out in the summer of 2001 and was published by Matt Bickle of Slasher Records. This issue is mostly photos and I think that is why it earned the half number. Having said that this issue does feature interviews with Kent McClard of HeartattaCk / ebullition fame, an interview with Manowar, and a column by Paul Pfeiffer of Wadge. The photos include pictures of
Friday, May 4, 2001
Tuesday, May 1, 2001
Thursday, April 26, 2001
This LP was a collection of the 7", demos from 1979 and some material from the live reunion show in 1995. This was released by Incognito out of Germany who released the awesome "Back to the Front" comps, which are the best sort of KBD type of releases that I have seen. The band was made up of Elad on guitar, Coma Joe on bass, Dave O'Gormanon drums, and Frank Carlone on vocals.
The songs on this release are:
1. Machine Shop
3. I Wanna Be Like You
4. Been Through the Mill
5. Welcome to the Cruel World
6. Watching You
7. Ludwell Woodwork
8. Best I Can Get
9. Face the Eighties
10. I'm a Miner
11. Don't Touch that Dial
12. Last Generation
13. Machine Shop
14. I Wanna Be Like You
15. Better Off Dead
Monday, April 16, 2001
1. Pissed in the Pit
2. Rock Bottom
3. Apathy & Boredom
4. Ode To Beer
5. Anarchy In The Girls' Room
6. Somethin' Else
Wednesday, April 4, 2001
The songs for this ep come from that comp. The recording was a live off the floor from the Newport Hotel, which was a place that bands from Mississauga played at.
I have heard from people that the song "Rebel Like Me" is the stand out on the single. It is the most punk sounding number of the three.
"Mr. Bill" is about the SNL plastiscene character that would get crushed in the end. the guitar sound is probably inspired by the band's love for Teenage Head although others have compared it to Chuck Berry.
The B-Side track "The Story" is an autobiographical story about the band. We do learn from the insert that the band had 10 originals, but I am not sure how many more were recorded.
Regardless, this was a great little archeoligical unearthing.