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DEMONBEACH PRESENTS: ALL WORK AND NO PLAY MAKES JOHNNY WANT TO
LEARN GUITAR / 12" VINYL
"The perfect foil to all those plastic boy bands and their ilk is a bit of grit to counter the good, and diehards like Clif
Mann continue to safeguard rough-hewn rock and roll in the Triangle.  The Demonbeach imprint documents the
Triangle's resilient punk-inspired scene with a fresh look at some familiar faces and introduces us to some new
ones...The BAD CHECKS' two muscular numbers are standouts, BUTCHWAX, bridging the gender gap for this
primarily machismo comp, contributes two quick ones with "Deadmen" featuring vocals from Molly Winner.  Raleigh's
DADDY contributes two metal-tinged cuts.  THE GHOST OF ROCK, with Mann's frenzied guitar and Liberti's pipes
(and gusto) packing two minute-and-a-half blasts to the bursting point.   With THE LONERS' purist garage punk,
PROOF'S solid instrumental foray and the tweaked-out crackle of THE CLONES (THE SPINNS), the new school
glows.  DEXTER ROMWEBER, perhaps the scenes ragged patron saint, growlingly takes back the old Slim Harpo
blues side, "Got Love (If You Want It), returning it from rock bombast to a slow burn."  -Chris Tones/IndyWeekly

Side One: 1.the loners / don't call me   2.butchwax / deadmen   3.the clones / allright
4.bad checks / gingerbread man   5.the ghost of rock / hang in there baby   6.daddy / sex kite   7. dexter
romweber / got love if you want it
Side Two: 1.dexter romweber / cast iron arm   2.butchwax / love my radio   3.bad checks / sex, will adn detroit
steel   4.the loners / gonna steal your love   5.the ghost of rock / you get what you wanted   6.daddy / i liked it
better when you were dead   7.proof / south america
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PIPE / 6 DAYS TO BELLUS & INTL. CEMENT DOUBLE ALBUM /
12" VINYL
Charged, immediate and unfettered punk rock at it's finest.

Ron Liberti: vocals / Clif Mann: guitar / David Alworth: bass / Chuck Garrison: drums

6 Days: 1.bowling for fuckers  2.breakfast in veronica  3.glide  4.captain jack (crunch)  5.el camino  6.you're
soaking in it  7.new chop  8.broken hips  9.all eyes  10.scabby  11.andrews  12.hammer god  13.the metal bus
intl. cement: 1.recliner  2.hooks & ladders  3.lo boy  4.spirit & vigor  5.brown to black  6.the stall  
7.inhalacion de cemento  8.kirks floor  9. whats happening now?  10.eating breathing  11.hatred, ridicule &
contempt  12.raceway park  13. gbc
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DEXTER ROMWEBER DUO / THROW RAG / TEN BAD STUDS: A 12" SPLIT
"If Dexter Romweber's music was ever about exorcism, this is proof it still is.  Ten Bad Studs - the latest offering from
our hero, justifiably recognized as an architect of backwoods garage rhythm'n'blues - serves five live recordings from
Romweber recorded between Chapel Hill and Chattanooga, offering a glimpse into the soul of a man who dances, sings
and strums like a banshee in spite of, or, more exactly,
because of it.  For "Dreams Don't Cost a Thing," the former Flat
Duo Jets frontman moans in a weary baritone: "When you smile, my heart goes wild, and I want you all the
while/You're not free, We'll never be/But a dream, that don't cost a thing." See, Dex admits the demon, and - a spin later
- he tries to drive it down, turning "Curse of the Little Bastard" through an instrumental honky-tonk ring of hell-raising
fire, land-locking surf sounds to a bed of blistering, set-me-free blues.  That central tenet - demons, damsels and doubts
expunged through twisted introspection launched out of vintage amps - is certainly something that Dex's disciples have
picked up on.  For instance, Throw Rag - the LA quartet that takes the second bevy of this vinyl-only split - sounds
irrevocably locked between transcendence and damnation, eating up all-night Baywatch reruns on "Desert Shores" just
after moaning their own haunting funeral marches in "Wilmington Nights." "Halfway to Heaven," the disc's closer, is a
repetant doomsday affair, as Captain Sean Doe admits that he hopes his children don't follow his footsteps, that
"Heaven is no place for a man like me." Vintage misery, two generations at a time." - Grayson Currin / The Independent
Side One: DEXTER ROMWEBWER DUO / 1. move   2. dreams don't cost a thing  3. curse of little bastard
                                                                       4. l.a. studio  5. rockin' maybelle
Side Two: THROW RAG / 1. wilmington nights  2. fast to go  3. desert shores  4. d.h.s  5. halfway to heaven
(dexter romweber appears courtesy of yep roc records. throw rag appears courtesy of b.y.o. records)
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