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Fungus Brains: Ron Pisto's Real World Mini-LP (Aus, Max Music)

Review by Byron Coley, Forced Exposure, Summer 1985

...RP's RW apparently came out a coupla yrs ago. But I never heard of it before so I figured that maybe you never did either. ...

The Meatmen: War Of The Superbikes (Homestead)

Review by Byron Coley, Forced Exposure, Winter 1986

TESCO VEE is a sick yake. ...

Killdozer: Burl (Touch and Go Records)

Review by Byron Coley, Forced Exposure, 1987

HOLY holy holy. ...

Pussy Galore: Groovy Hate Fuck EP (Shove)

Review by Byron Coley, Forced Exposure, 1987

SIMULTANEOUSLY more rockin' & more fruitily pseudo-gnarly than their debut, this takes a certain type of flake aggression to its virtual lyrical limit. ...

Spacemen 3: Urine Salesmen Of The Apocalpyse [sic]

Interview by Byron Coley, Forced Exposure, Fall 1988

SWEETLY, simply put, Spacemen 3 are the only English band that I'd walk across the street to piss on. Meaning mostly that I wouldn't even ...

Daniel Johnston: Hi, How Are You (Homestead Records)

Review by Byron Coley, Forced Exposure, Summer 1989

HOMESTEAD'S DECISION TO release this album, after Blast First decided to drop it at the 11th hour, has generated a lotta interesting correspondence. ...

Royal Trux: Royal Trux (Royal)

Review by Byron Coley, Forced Exposure, Summer 1989

 …IT WAS my (apparently erroneous) belief that Jon & Julia were the primary form-disrupters in Pussy Galore. ...

The Meatmen: Meatmen, The: Crippled Children Suck (Touch & Go)

Review by Byron Coley, Forced Exposure, 1991

…IT WOULD BE safe to say that the material on this LP (a reprise of the band's second EP + a variety of live seepage ...

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