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Jessica from Sun Valley, CA 
Aug 19 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Screeching Weasel -How to Make Enemies... CD
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Screeching Weasel
How to Make Enemies... CD

I am a huge green day fan so my motivation for buying this album was Mike Dirnt on bass and the song "I Wrote Holden Caulfield". I fell in love with Screeching Weasel off of Boogada and Kill the Musicians so compared to those, this to me is a lesser album, but still amazing. I think if you are not a big Screeching Weasel fan yet you'd probably still enjoy this album...but keep in mind there are other (better) albums by them out there. Album highlight: "Kathy's On The Roof".

Jessica from Sun Valley, CA 
Aug 19 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars
V/A -A Different Shade Of Green - A Green Day Tribute CD
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A Different Shade Of Green - A Green Day Tribute CD

this cd is only good because it's a tribute to the greatest band ever, other than that it's mostly emo crap with about 3 okay tracks.

Jessica from Sun Valley, CA 
Jan 2 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Aaron Cometbus -Despite Everything: A Cometbus Omnibus Book
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Aaron Cometbus
Despite Everything: A Cometbus Omnibus Book

5 Stars! This is a great and also pretty thorough collection of the first 20 years of Cometbus. It also includes bits from the pre-Cometbus high-school issues with Jesse Michaels. Even if you have never picked up an issue of Cometbus, it is so easy to get drawn into and enjoy this. Cometbus is such a classic zine because instead of writing about temporary and already highly covered punk issues, he writes about capturing the punk attitude and applying it to real life. There is so much to take in from this book. There's articles, old interviews, fliers, stories, comics, mini-novels, accounts of the many places Aaron has traveled to in his destitute, and so much more that is incapable of being captured in this review. I think The Rocket's review on the back is best: "Aaron is in love with the world, and he survives his own abuse magnificently, with wit and words to spare." Get this, by any means possible!

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