"When I first met Byron I remember we were both interested in bands that sounded like the Birthday Party, anyone who had that sort of influence…I can remember we were trying to chase down those bands. Ultimately it’s kind of stupid behavior. I don’t know what it really accomplishes."  
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 5 of 5 
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
PART 3
PART 4
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)
The four pages of Byron Coley reviews and comments of FE record titles will be posted at another time. Stay tuned, k?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "When I first met Byron I remember we were both interested in bands that sounded like the Birthday Party, anyone who had that sort of influence…I can remember we were trying to chase down those bands. Ultimately it’s kind of stupid behavior. I don’t know what it really accomplishes."  
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 5 of 5 
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
PART 3
PART 4
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)
The four pages of Byron Coley reviews and comments of FE record titles will be posted at another time. Stay tuned, k?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "When I first met Byron I remember we were both interested in bands that sounded like the Birthday Party, anyone who had that sort of influence…I can remember we were trying to chase down those bands. Ultimately it’s kind of stupid behavior. I don’t know what it really accomplishes."  
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 5 of 5 
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
PART 3
PART 4
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)
The four pages of Byron Coley reviews and comments of FE record titles will be posted at another time. Stay tuned, k?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "When I first met Byron I remember we were both interested in bands that sounded like the Birthday Party, anyone who had that sort of influence…I can remember we were trying to chase down those bands. Ultimately it’s kind of stupid behavior. I don’t know what it really accomplishes."  
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 5 of 5 
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
PART 3
PART 4
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)
The four pages of Byron Coley reviews and comments of FE record titles will be posted at another time. Stay tuned, k?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig

"When I first met Byron I remember we were both interested in bands that sounded like the Birthday Party, anyone who had that sort of influence…I can remember we were trying to chase down those bands. Ultimately it’s kind of stupid behavior. I don’t know what it really accomplishes."  

DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor

The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 5 of 5 

  • Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)
  • The four pages of Byron Coley reviews and comments of FE record titles will be posted at another time. Stay tuned, k?

donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig

"The whole psychedelic reissue is a weird genre. It’s so unregulated. People get away with just an unbelievable amount of stuff because there’s no one to call them on it…It’s like a big, huge friendship club of really socially inept oddball characters who are trying to figure out a way to scam their way through life."
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 4 of 5
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
PART 3
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)

donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "The whole psychedelic reissue is a weird genre. It’s so unregulated. People get away with just an unbelievable amount of stuff because there’s no one to call them on it…It’s like a big, huge friendship club of really socially inept oddball characters who are trying to figure out a way to scam their way through life."
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 4 of 5
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
PART 3
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)

donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "The whole psychedelic reissue is a weird genre. It’s so unregulated. People get away with just an unbelievable amount of stuff because there’s no one to call them on it…It’s like a big, huge friendship club of really socially inept oddball characters who are trying to figure out a way to scam their way through life."
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 4 of 5
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
PART 3
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)

donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "The whole psychedelic reissue is a weird genre. It’s so unregulated. People get away with just an unbelievable amount of stuff because there’s no one to call them on it…It’s like a big, huge friendship club of really socially inept oddball characters who are trying to figure out a way to scam their way through life."
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 4 of 5
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
PART 3
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)

donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "The whole psychedelic reissue is a weird genre. It’s so unregulated. People get away with just an unbelievable amount of stuff because there’s no one to call them on it…It’s like a big, huge friendship club of really socially inept oddball characters who are trying to figure out a way to scam their way through life."
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 4 of 5
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
PART 3
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)

donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "The whole psychedelic reissue is a weird genre. It’s so unregulated. People get away with just an unbelievable amount of stuff because there’s no one to call them on it…It’s like a big, huge friendship club of really socially inept oddball characters who are trying to figure out a way to scam their way through life."
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 4 of 5
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
PART 3
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)

donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig

"The whole psychedelic reissue is a weird genre. It’s so unregulated. People get away with just an unbelievable amount of stuff because there’s no one to call them on it…It’s like a big, huge friendship club of really socially inept oddball characters who are trying to figure out a way to scam their way through life."

DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor

The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 4 of 5

  • Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)

donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig

"…the one thing the computers have done, sort of inadvertently, I think, is just allow people to transfer information in a way that was not predicted…And you can find a thousand people who care about buying, you know, an Aguaturbia CD reissue, which is something. It’s just not something I imagined happening, I’m kind of surprised by it." 
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 3 of 5
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)

donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "…the one thing the computers have done, sort of inadvertently, I think, is just allow people to transfer information in a way that was not predicted…And you can find a thousand people who care about buying, you know, an Aguaturbia CD reissue, which is something. It’s just not something I imagined happening, I’m kind of surprised by it." 
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 3 of 5
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)

donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "…the one thing the computers have done, sort of inadvertently, I think, is just allow people to transfer information in a way that was not predicted…And you can find a thousand people who care about buying, you know, an Aguaturbia CD reissue, which is something. It’s just not something I imagined happening, I’m kind of surprised by it." 
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 3 of 5
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)

donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "…the one thing the computers have done, sort of inadvertently, I think, is just allow people to transfer information in a way that was not predicted…And you can find a thousand people who care about buying, you know, an Aguaturbia CD reissue, which is something. It’s just not something I imagined happening, I’m kind of surprised by it." 
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 3 of 5
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)

donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "…the one thing the computers have done, sort of inadvertently, I think, is just allow people to transfer information in a way that was not predicted…And you can find a thousand people who care about buying, you know, an Aguaturbia CD reissue, which is something. It’s just not something I imagined happening, I’m kind of surprised by it." 
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 3 of 5
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)

donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "…the one thing the computers have done, sort of inadvertently, I think, is just allow people to transfer information in a way that was not predicted…And you can find a thousand people who care about buying, you know, an Aguaturbia CD reissue, which is something. It’s just not something I imagined happening, I’m kind of surprised by it." 
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 3 of 5
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)

donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig

"…the one thing the computers have done, sort of inadvertently, I think, is just allow people to transfer information in a way that was not predicted…And you can find a thousand people who care about buying, you know, an Aguaturbia CD reissue, which is something. It’s just not something I imagined happening, I’m kind of surprised by it." 

DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor

The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 3 of 5

  • Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)

donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig

"…My official title is general manager. I am in charge of ‘general’ things including hiring and payroll, systems management, marketing, and making sure that the warehouse manager knows if there’s a pallet of dildos at the loading dock.” 

  • See that woman holding records? That’s KRISTIN ANDERSON of Forced Exposure in the Forced Exposure warehouse holding records being sold and distributed by Forced Exposure.
  • Who took the picture? JIMMY JOHNSON!
  • Since we’re in the final weekend of our Jimmy Johnson tribute (he formerly of Forced Exposure magazine) and he took the pic and today is that Record Store Day thing and Kristin makes a substantive case for RSD being legit, we posted this picture.
  • Kristin sez, I have a great deal of respect for what the Record Store Day people are doing, insofar as they have created a monster holiday in support of independent record stores and independent labels. Sales at some stores on that single weekend will be enough to float the rent for the rest of the year. This can mean the difference between being around and not. And it’s important because independent stores exist because independent labels exist and vice versa.”  We were all set to make fun of RSD, but after that, we’d feel too bad. So go out and buy stuff at record stores. But don’t forget the online storefronts…like FORCED EXPOSURE!
  • The quotes are lifted from this 4/17/14 article via Creating Loafing Atlanta. Sounds like something Chunklet would make fun of, but they knew enough to interview Kristin, so how bad can they be? 
  • The 1994/1995 Jimmy Johnson interviews:
  • PART 3 on the way..
"If you don’t have the inner confidence to say that you know what you’re talking about, then you really can’t say anything about someone else. You can’t put someone else down."
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 2 of 5
PART 1
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "If you don’t have the inner confidence to say that you know what you’re talking about, then you really can’t say anything about someone else. You can’t put someone else down."
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 2 of 5
PART 1
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "If you don’t have the inner confidence to say that you know what you’re talking about, then you really can’t say anything about someone else. You can’t put someone else down."
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 2 of 5
PART 1
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "If you don’t have the inner confidence to say that you know what you’re talking about, then you really can’t say anything about someone else. You can’t put someone else down."
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 2 of 5
PART 1
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig

"If you don’t have the inner confidence to say that you know what you’re talking about, then you really can’t say anything about someone else. You can’t put someone else down."

DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor

The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 2 of 5

  • Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)

donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig

If memory serves us well…
"Fuck, this sports an amount of guitar bashing aggro and whirling intensity to keep me speechless through five straight plays…"
Today’s Good Friday, not Coca Cola& Licorice Day, but whatevs…! It’s always DEATH OF SAMANTHA Day (which coincides nicely with our Jimmy Johnson retrospective)
fuckinrecordreviews:

FORCED EXPOSURE #9 Winter 1986 (page 96)
DEATH OF SAMANTHA review by JIMMY JOHNSON. Photo uncredited.
According to an 8/6/13 tweet by Doug Gillard, DoS are “mastering a new Death of Samantha release today for vinyl” in 2013!
A fresh copy of FORCED EXPOSURE #9 is still available for purchase at FE’s site, as are a million worthy records, discs, tapes and ephemera.

If memory serves us well…
"Fuck, this sports an amount of guitar bashing aggro and whirling intensity to keep me speechless through five straight plays…"
Today’s Good Friday, not Coca Cola& Licorice Day, but whatevs…! It’s always DEATH OF SAMANTHA Day (which coincides nicely with our Jimmy Johnson retrospective)
fuckinrecordreviews:

FORCED EXPOSURE #9 Winter 1986 (page 96)
DEATH OF SAMANTHA review by JIMMY JOHNSON. Photo uncredited.
According to an 8/6/13 tweet by Doug Gillard, DoS are “mastering a new Death of Samantha release today for vinyl” in 2013!
A fresh copy of FORCED EXPOSURE #9 is still available for purchase at FE’s site, as are a million worthy records, discs, tapes and ephemera.

If memory serves us well…

"Fuck, this sports an amount of guitar bashing aggro and whirling intensity to keep me speechless through five straight plays…"

Today’s Good Friday, not Coca Cola& Licorice Day, but whatevs…! It’s always DEATH OF SAMANTHA Day (which coincides nicely with our Jimmy Johnson retrospective)

fuckinrecordreviews:

FORCED EXPOSURE #9 Winter 1986 (page 96)

DEATH OF SAMANTHA review by JIMMY JOHNSON. Photo uncredited.

According to an 8/6/13 tweet by Doug Gillard, DoS are “mastering a new Death of Samantha release today for vinyl” in 2013!

A fresh copy of FORCED EXPOSURE #9 is still available for purchase at FE’s site, as are a million worthy records, discs, tapes and ephemera.

"You know, the first time you hear Killdozer it could be a pretty interesting thing and really seem over the top, but then by the time you get to the fifth Killdozer album…"
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 1 of 5
Skuur, did ya heard? JIMMY JOHNSON is our inaugural UNSUNG HERO OF ROCKNROLL WRITING!
When he walk up in the piece, he ain’t gotta even speak, JIMMY JOHNSON’S a bad mamajama goddammit motherfucker you ain’t gotta like him/ How you studying Jimmy’s throws, need to talk what you know, and stop talking bout who he’s sticking and licking jus mad it ain’t yours… FE know ya’ll poor ya’ll broke/ Ya’ll job jus hanging up clothes, step to Jimmy get burnt like toast/ Muthafuckas adios amigos/ Halves halves wholes wholes, FE don’t brag it mostly boast, from Waltham, Mass to the LA coast…Iffy kiffy izzy oh
Our Jimmy Johnson festschrift crescendos with this five part 1995 piece from Disturbed #2 (Jimmy’s a talker, who knew?), in which editor Robert Plante reprints a previous 1994 interview from Deep Water #1 and adds an updated conversation with Jimmy in 1995.  
Anyone know where we can score a copy of Deep Water #1?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "You know, the first time you hear Killdozer it could be a pretty interesting thing and really seem over the top, but then by the time you get to the fifth Killdozer album…"
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 1 of 5
Skuur, did ya heard? JIMMY JOHNSON is our inaugural UNSUNG HERO OF ROCKNROLL WRITING!
When he walk up in the piece, he ain’t gotta even speak, JIMMY JOHNSON’S a bad mamajama goddammit motherfucker you ain’t gotta like him/ How you studying Jimmy’s throws, need to talk what you know, and stop talking bout who he’s sticking and licking jus mad it ain’t yours… FE know ya’ll poor ya’ll broke/ Ya’ll job jus hanging up clothes, step to Jimmy get burnt like toast/ Muthafuckas adios amigos/ Halves halves wholes wholes, FE don’t brag it mostly boast, from Waltham, Mass to the LA coast…Iffy kiffy izzy oh
Our Jimmy Johnson festschrift crescendos with this five part 1995 piece from Disturbed #2 (Jimmy’s a talker, who knew?), in which editor Robert Plante reprints a previous 1994 interview from Deep Water #1 and adds an updated conversation with Jimmy in 1995.  
Anyone know where we can score a copy of Deep Water #1?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "You know, the first time you hear Killdozer it could be a pretty interesting thing and really seem over the top, but then by the time you get to the fifth Killdozer album…"
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 1 of 5
Skuur, did ya heard? JIMMY JOHNSON is our inaugural UNSUNG HERO OF ROCKNROLL WRITING!
When he walk up in the piece, he ain’t gotta even speak, JIMMY JOHNSON’S a bad mamajama goddammit motherfucker you ain’t gotta like him/ How you studying Jimmy’s throws, need to talk what you know, and stop talking bout who he’s sticking and licking jus mad it ain’t yours… FE know ya’ll poor ya’ll broke/ Ya’ll job jus hanging up clothes, step to Jimmy get burnt like toast/ Muthafuckas adios amigos/ Halves halves wholes wholes, FE don’t brag it mostly boast, from Waltham, Mass to the LA coast…Iffy kiffy izzy oh
Our Jimmy Johnson festschrift crescendos with this five part 1995 piece from Disturbed #2 (Jimmy’s a talker, who knew?), in which editor Robert Plante reprints a previous 1994 interview from Deep Water #1 and adds an updated conversation with Jimmy in 1995.  
Anyone know where we can score a copy of Deep Water #1?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "You know, the first time you hear Killdozer it could be a pretty interesting thing and really seem over the top, but then by the time you get to the fifth Killdozer album…"
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 1 of 5
Skuur, did ya heard? JIMMY JOHNSON is our inaugural UNSUNG HERO OF ROCKNROLL WRITING!
When he walk up in the piece, he ain’t gotta even speak, JIMMY JOHNSON’S a bad mamajama goddammit motherfucker you ain’t gotta like him/ How you studying Jimmy’s throws, need to talk what you know, and stop talking bout who he’s sticking and licking jus mad it ain’t yours… FE know ya’ll poor ya’ll broke/ Ya’ll job jus hanging up clothes, step to Jimmy get burnt like toast/ Muthafuckas adios amigos/ Halves halves wholes wholes, FE don’t brag it mostly boast, from Waltham, Mass to the LA coast…Iffy kiffy izzy oh
Our Jimmy Johnson festschrift crescendos with this five part 1995 piece from Disturbed #2 (Jimmy’s a talker, who knew?), in which editor Robert Plante reprints a previous 1994 interview from Deep Water #1 and adds an updated conversation with Jimmy in 1995.  
Anyone know where we can score a copy of Deep Water #1?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "You know, the first time you hear Killdozer it could be a pretty interesting thing and really seem over the top, but then by the time you get to the fifth Killdozer album…"
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 1 of 5
Skuur, did ya heard? JIMMY JOHNSON is our inaugural UNSUNG HERO OF ROCKNROLL WRITING!
When he walk up in the piece, he ain’t gotta even speak, JIMMY JOHNSON’S a bad mamajama goddammit motherfucker you ain’t gotta like him/ How you studying Jimmy’s throws, need to talk what you know, and stop talking bout who he’s sticking and licking jus mad it ain’t yours… FE know ya’ll poor ya’ll broke/ Ya’ll job jus hanging up clothes, step to Jimmy get burnt like toast/ Muthafuckas adios amigos/ Halves halves wholes wholes, FE don’t brag it mostly boast, from Waltham, Mass to the LA coast…Iffy kiffy izzy oh
Our Jimmy Johnson festschrift crescendos with this five part 1995 piece from Disturbed #2 (Jimmy’s a talker, who knew?), in which editor Robert Plante reprints a previous 1994 interview from Deep Water #1 and adds an updated conversation with Jimmy in 1995.  
Anyone know where we can score a copy of Deep Water #1?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "You know, the first time you hear Killdozer it could be a pretty interesting thing and really seem over the top, but then by the time you get to the fifth Killdozer album…"
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 1 of 5
Skuur, did ya heard? JIMMY JOHNSON is our inaugural UNSUNG HERO OF ROCKNROLL WRITING!
When he walk up in the piece, he ain’t gotta even speak, JIMMY JOHNSON’S a bad mamajama goddammit motherfucker you ain’t gotta like him/ How you studying Jimmy’s throws, need to talk what you know, and stop talking bout who he’s sticking and licking jus mad it ain’t yours… FE know ya’ll poor ya’ll broke/ Ya’ll job jus hanging up clothes, step to Jimmy get burnt like toast/ Muthafuckas adios amigos/ Halves halves wholes wholes, FE don’t brag it mostly boast, from Waltham, Mass to the LA coast…Iffy kiffy izzy oh
Our Jimmy Johnson festschrift crescendos with this five part 1995 piece from Disturbed #2 (Jimmy’s a talker, who knew?), in which editor Robert Plante reprints a previous 1994 interview from Deep Water #1 and adds an updated conversation with Jimmy in 1995.  
Anyone know where we can score a copy of Deep Water #1?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig "You know, the first time you hear Killdozer it could be a pretty interesting thing and really seem over the top, but then by the time you get to the fifth Killdozer album…"
DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 1 of 5
Skuur, did ya heard? JIMMY JOHNSON is our inaugural UNSUNG HERO OF ROCKNROLL WRITING!
When he walk up in the piece, he ain’t gotta even speak, JIMMY JOHNSON’S a bad mamajama goddammit motherfucker you ain’t gotta like him/ How you studying Jimmy’s throws, need to talk what you know, and stop talking bout who he’s sticking and licking jus mad it ain’t yours… FE know ya’ll poor ya’ll broke/ Ya’ll job jus hanging up clothes, step to Jimmy get burnt like toast/ Muthafuckas adios amigos/ Halves halves wholes wholes, FE don’t brag it mostly boast, from Waltham, Mass to the LA coast…Iffy kiffy izzy oh
Our Jimmy Johnson festschrift crescendos with this five part 1995 piece from Disturbed #2 (Jimmy’s a talker, who knew?), in which editor Robert Plante reprints a previous 1994 interview from Deep Water #1 and adds an updated conversation with Jimmy in 1995.  
Anyone know where we can score a copy of Deep Water #1?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig

"You know, the first time you hear Killdozer it could be a pretty interesting thing and really seem over the top, but then by the time you get to the fifth Killdozer album…"

DISTURBED #2 1995 (cover + many pages), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor

The JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW, PART 1 of 5

Skuur, did ya heard? JIMMY JOHNSON is our inaugural UNSUNG HERO OF ROCKNROLL WRITING!

  • Our Jimmy Johnson festschrift crescendos with this five part 1995 piece from Disturbed #2 (Jimmy’s a talker, who knew?), in which editor Robert Plante reprints a previous 1994 interview from Deep Water #1 and adds an updated conversation with Jimmy in 1995.  
  • Anyone know where we can score a copy of Deep Water #1?

donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig

"…there’s some truly fake-soundtrack sections that’ll soothe your soul like sledding down a mile-long sheet of smoldering coal."

It’s still Jimmy Johnson week here at Fuckin’ Record Reviews , in case somebody asks.

fuckinrecordreviews:

This Jimmy Johnson review is one of our most popular early posts from July 2013. Jim (Foetus) has a brand new FOETUS LP out on Ectopic Ents called Soak. Get wet here:
http://foetus.org/content/discography/releases/foetus-soak

fuckinrecordreviews:

FORCED EXPOSURE #15   Summer 1989  (page 81)

FOETUS review by Jimmy Johnson

fuckinrecordreviews:

"This ain’t no spoken word LP, it’s an emotional nightmare and I’m stunned (fucking proud, even) that someone would even consider pressing it up. But they did."

fuckinrecordreviews:

FORCED EXPOSURE #16 1990 page 85

HUDSON-STYRENE review by Jimmy Johnson

"…the more I listen to it, the more convinced I am that their increased potential to subvert via a mainstream sound isn’t always a bad thing."
FORCED EXPOSURE #11 Winter 1987 (page 89)
VIRGIN PRUNES review by the inaugural recipeint of our UNSUNG HEROES OF ROCKNROLL WRITING thing, JIMMY JOHNSON, editor
So way ahead of the curve on the goth reappraisal is he, it’s like he was boostering the good stuff as it was happening.
"…the more I listen to it, the more convinced I am that their increased potential to subvert via a mainstream sound isn’t always a bad thing."
FORCED EXPOSURE #11 Winter 1987 (page 89)
VIRGIN PRUNES review by the inaugural recipeint of our UNSUNG HEROES OF ROCKNROLL WRITING thing, JIMMY JOHNSON, editor
So way ahead of the curve on the goth reappraisal is he, it’s like he was boostering the good stuff as it was happening.

"…the more I listen to it, the more convinced I am that their increased potential to subvert via a mainstream sound isn’t always a bad thing."

FORCED EXPOSURE #11 Winter 1987 (page 89)

VIRGIN PRUNES review by the inaugural recipeint of our UNSUNG HEROES OF ROCKNROLL WRITING thingJIMMY JOHNSON, editor

  • So way ahead of the curve on the goth reappraisal is he, it’s like he was boostering the good stuff as it was happening.