STONE BY STONE [SST]/CHRIS D. [Illiterati Press] advert

FORCED EXPOSURE #16 1990 page 76, Jimmy Johnson, Editor

All sections of the 1994 JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW from DISTURBED #2 (1995) + KRISTIN ANDERSON (2014) + our repurposing of MISSY ELLIOTT’S unbeatable “Gossip Folks” as celebration…
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
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
PART 3
PART 4
PART 5
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)
There are four pages of Byron Coley reviews and comments about FE record titles in Disturbed #2 following Jimmy’s interview. Some are posted throughout Fuckin’ Record Reviews. Poke around, k?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig
…from the archive of fuckinrecordreviews:

"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?
All sections of the 1994 JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW from DISTURBED #2 (1995) + KRISTIN ANDERSON (2014) + our repurposing of MISSY ELLIOTT’S unbeatable “Gossip Folks” as celebration…
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
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
PART 3
PART 4
PART 5
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)
There are four pages of Byron Coley reviews and comments about FE record titles in Disturbed #2 following Jimmy’s interview. Some are posted throughout Fuckin’ Record Reviews. Poke around, k?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig
…from the archive of fuckinrecordreviews:

"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?
All sections of the 1994 JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW from DISTURBED #2 (1995) + KRISTIN ANDERSON (2014) + our repurposing of MISSY ELLIOTT’S unbeatable “Gossip Folks” as celebration…
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
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
PART 3
PART 4
PART 5
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)
There are four pages of Byron Coley reviews and comments about FE record titles in Disturbed #2 following Jimmy’s interview. Some are posted throughout Fuckin’ Record Reviews. Poke around, k?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig
…from the archive of fuckinrecordreviews:

"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?
All sections of the 1994 JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW from DISTURBED #2 (1995) + KRISTIN ANDERSON (2014) + our repurposing of MISSY ELLIOTT’S unbeatable “Gossip Folks” as celebration…
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
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
PART 3
PART 4
PART 5
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)
There are four pages of Byron Coley reviews and comments about FE record titles in Disturbed #2 following Jimmy’s interview. Some are posted throughout Fuckin’ Record Reviews. Poke around, k?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig
…from the archive of fuckinrecordreviews:

"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?
All sections of the 1994 JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW from DISTURBED #2 (1995) + KRISTIN ANDERSON (2014) + our repurposing of MISSY ELLIOTT’S unbeatable “Gossip Folks” as celebration…
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
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
PART 3
PART 4
PART 5
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)
There are four pages of Byron Coley reviews and comments about FE record titles in Disturbed #2 following Jimmy’s interview. Some are posted throughout Fuckin’ Record Reviews. Poke around, k?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig
…from the archive of fuckinrecordreviews:

"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?
All sections of the 1994 JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW from DISTURBED #2 (1995) + KRISTIN ANDERSON (2014) + our repurposing of MISSY ELLIOTT’S unbeatable “Gossip Folks” as celebration…
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
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
PART 3
PART 4
PART 5
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)
There are four pages of Byron Coley reviews and comments about FE record titles in Disturbed #2 following Jimmy’s interview. Some are posted throughout Fuckin’ Record Reviews. Poke around, k?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig
…from the archive of fuckinrecordreviews:

"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?
All sections of the 1994 JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW from DISTURBED #2 (1995) + KRISTIN ANDERSON (2014) + our repurposing of MISSY ELLIOTT’S unbeatable “Gossip Folks” as celebration…
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
PART 1
PART 2
KRISTIN ANDERSON
PART 3
PART 4
PART 5
Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)
There are four pages of Byron Coley reviews and comments about FE record titles in Disturbed #2 following Jimmy’s interview. Some are posted throughout Fuckin’ Record Reviews. Poke around, k?
donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig
…from the archive of fuckinrecordreviews:

"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?

All sections of the 1994 JIMMY JOHNSON INTERVIEW from DISTURBED #2 (1995) + KRISTIN ANDERSON (2014) + our repurposing of MISSY ELLIOTT’S unbeatable “Gossip Folks” as celebration…

  • Original portion of interview appeared in Deep Water #1 (1994)
  • There are four pages of Byron Coley reviews and comments about FE record titles in Disturbed #2 following Jimmy’s interview. Some are posted throughout Fuckin’ Record Reviews. Poke around, k?
  • donation courtesy Kokoschka von Selvig

…from the archive of fuckinrecordreviews:

"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?
Reblogging on behalf of the Chris Knox fundraiser, now with sick 1984 video for "The Brain That Wouldn’t Die."

courtesy Forced Exposure and fuckinrecordreviews:

"The Tall Dwarfs are just the coolest, taking simple ideas and twisting them into so much more."
FORCED EXPOSURE #9 Winter 1986 (page 82)
TALL DWARFS review by JIMMY JOHNSON, Editor
As they teach it in the history texts these days, Tall Dwarfs were indeed CHRIS KNOX & ALEC BATHGATE. 
New Zealand’s Under the Radar posted yesterday Campaign Launched To Fund Chris Knox Art Book, in which they write, “A crowdfunding campaign has been launched to raise money to publish a book encapsulating the surreal and prolific artworks of seminal New Zealand musician Chris Knox. The book, titled Grafix Knox: The Graphic Art of Chris Knox, will showcase work from the 1960s through to today, highlighting his contributions to The Listener, The New Zealand Herald and Real Groove as well as record covers gig posters and more. It will also include his paintings and constructions, some of which have never been published. The book will be published by local independent outfit Beatnik, and aims to contextualise his work alongside his decades of musical output.”
“Since suffering as debilitating stroke in 2009, Knox has continued to paint and draw, relearning his technique with his left hand. Proceeds from the publication will help support Knox and his family. The campaign is being run through Fundnation and aims to raise $50,000 by August 22. Rewards range from securing a first edition copy of the book to being the official sponsor of Grafix Knox. Head over here for more details and to contribute.”
Or go directly to https://www.fundnation.co.nz/projects/discover/grafix-knox
$60 gets you the hardcover book, c’mon, that’s more than a deal…More gets you MORE!
Reblogging on behalf of the Chris Knox fundraiser, now with sick 1984 video for "The Brain That Wouldn’t Die."

courtesy Forced Exposure and fuckinrecordreviews:

"The Tall Dwarfs are just the coolest, taking simple ideas and twisting them into so much more."
FORCED EXPOSURE #9 Winter 1986 (page 82)
TALL DWARFS review by JIMMY JOHNSON, Editor
As they teach it in the history texts these days, Tall Dwarfs were indeed CHRIS KNOX & ALEC BATHGATE. 
New Zealand’s Under the Radar posted yesterday Campaign Launched To Fund Chris Knox Art Book, in which they write, “A crowdfunding campaign has been launched to raise money to publish a book encapsulating the surreal and prolific artworks of seminal New Zealand musician Chris Knox. The book, titled Grafix Knox: The Graphic Art of Chris Knox, will showcase work from the 1960s through to today, highlighting his contributions to The Listener, The New Zealand Herald and Real Groove as well as record covers gig posters and more. It will also include his paintings and constructions, some of which have never been published. The book will be published by local independent outfit Beatnik, and aims to contextualise his work alongside his decades of musical output.”
“Since suffering as debilitating stroke in 2009, Knox has continued to paint and draw, relearning his technique with his left hand. Proceeds from the publication will help support Knox and his family. The campaign is being run through Fundnation and aims to raise $50,000 by August 22. Rewards range from securing a first edition copy of the book to being the official sponsor of Grafix Knox. Head over here for more details and to contribute.”
Or go directly to https://www.fundnation.co.nz/projects/discover/grafix-knox
$60 gets you the hardcover book, c’mon, that’s more than a deal…More gets you MORE!

Reblogging on behalf of the Chris Knox fundraiser, now with sick 1984 video for "The Brain That Wouldn’t Die."

courtesy Forced Exposure and fuckinrecordreviews:

"The Tall Dwarfs are just the coolest, taking simple ideas and twisting them into so much more."

FORCED EXPOSURE #9 Winter 1986 (page 82)

TALL DWARFS review by JIMMY JOHNSON, Editor

As they teach it in the history texts these days, Tall Dwarfs were indeed CHRIS KNOX & ALEC BATHGATE

  • $60 gets you the hardcover book, c’mon, that’s more than a deal…More gets you MORE!
"The Tall Dwarfs are just the coolest, taking simple ideas and twisting them into so much more."
FORCED EXPOSURE #9 Winter 1986 (page 82)
TALL DWARFS review by JIMMY JOHNSON, Editor
As they teach it in the history texts these days, Tall Dwarfs were indeed CHRIS KNOX & ALEC BATHGATE. 
New Zealand’s Under the Radar posted yesterday Campaign Launched To Fund Chris Knox Art Book, in which they write, “A crowdfunding campaign has been launched to raise money to publish a book encapsulating the surreal and prolific artworks of seminal New Zealand musician Chris Knox. The book, titled Grafix Knox: The Graphic Art of Chris Knox, will showcase work from the 1960s through to today, highlighting his contributions to The Listener, The New Zealand Herald and Real Groove as well as record covers gig posters and more. It will also include his paintings and constructions, some of which have never been published. The book will be published by local independent outfit Beatnik, and aims to contextualise his work alongside his decades of musical output.”
“Since suffering as debilitating stroke in 2009, Knox has continued to paint and draw, relearning his technique with his left hand. Proceeds from the publication will help support Knox and his family. The campaign is being run through Fundnation and aims to raise $50,000 by August 22. Rewards range from securing a first edition copy of the book to being the official sponsor of Grafix Knox. Head over here for more details and to contribute.”
Or go directly to https://www.fundnation.co.nz/projects/discover/grafix-knox
$60 gets you the hardcover book, c’mon, that’s more than a deal…More gets you MORE!
"The Tall Dwarfs are just the coolest, taking simple ideas and twisting them into so much more."
FORCED EXPOSURE #9 Winter 1986 (page 82)
TALL DWARFS review by JIMMY JOHNSON, Editor
As they teach it in the history texts these days, Tall Dwarfs were indeed CHRIS KNOX & ALEC BATHGATE. 
New Zealand’s Under the Radar posted yesterday Campaign Launched To Fund Chris Knox Art Book, in which they write, “A crowdfunding campaign has been launched to raise money to publish a book encapsulating the surreal and prolific artworks of seminal New Zealand musician Chris Knox. The book, titled Grafix Knox: The Graphic Art of Chris Knox, will showcase work from the 1960s through to today, highlighting his contributions to The Listener, The New Zealand Herald and Real Groove as well as record covers gig posters and more. It will also include his paintings and constructions, some of which have never been published. The book will be published by local independent outfit Beatnik, and aims to contextualise his work alongside his decades of musical output.”
“Since suffering as debilitating stroke in 2009, Knox has continued to paint and draw, relearning his technique with his left hand. Proceeds from the publication will help support Knox and his family. The campaign is being run through Fundnation and aims to raise $50,000 by August 22. Rewards range from securing a first edition copy of the book to being the official sponsor of Grafix Knox. Head over here for more details and to contribute.”
Or go directly to https://www.fundnation.co.nz/projects/discover/grafix-knox
$60 gets you the hardcover book, c’mon, that’s more than a deal…More gets you MORE!

"The Tall Dwarfs are just the coolest, taking simple ideas and twisting them into so much more."

FORCED EXPOSURE #9 Winter 1986 (page 82)

TALL DWARFS review by JIMMY JOHNSON, Editor

As they teach it in the history texts these days, Tall Dwarfs were indeed CHRIS KNOX & ALEC BATHGATE

  • $60 gets you the hardcover book, c’mon, that’s more than a deal…More gets you MORE!
"Excellent second LP by this American Primitive guitarist…"
FATHER YOD #16 catalogue (1995?)
LINDA COHEN review by BYRON COLEY, Dealer
Forced Exposure careened into non-existence after doping everyone but good with the resurgent outsider psych in issue #18 - and by 1995, peoples were fiending. This was prime feeding ground for Byron and others within the walls, those with names like Mike Ehlers, Chip Reynolds, Paul Major, et al.
Those catalogues weren’t zines, but the seemingly secret knowledge transmitted in the context of gouging our pre-internet dollars (not too badly though) was totally worth it.
7/11/14 10:23 AM update: Our friends at the American Legion of wooderylove wrote to remind us that “linda cohen was the sister of famed philadelphia buchla synth pioneer charles cohen, who remains active to this day…”
"Excellent second LP by this American Primitive guitarist…"
FATHER YOD #16 catalogue (1995?)
LINDA COHEN review by BYRON COLEY, Dealer
Forced Exposure careened into non-existence after doping everyone but good with the resurgent outsider psych in issue #18 - and by 1995, peoples were fiending. This was prime feeding ground for Byron and others within the walls, those with names like Mike Ehlers, Chip Reynolds, Paul Major, et al.
Those catalogues weren’t zines, but the seemingly secret knowledge transmitted in the context of gouging our pre-internet dollars (not too badly though) was totally worth it.
7/11/14 10:23 AM update: Our friends at the American Legion of wooderylove wrote to remind us that “linda cohen was the sister of famed philadelphia buchla synth pioneer charles cohen, who remains active to this day…”
"Excellent second LP by this American Primitive guitarist…"
FATHER YOD #16 catalogue (1995?)
LINDA COHEN review by BYRON COLEY, Dealer
Forced Exposure careened into non-existence after doping everyone but good with the resurgent outsider psych in issue #18 - and by 1995, peoples were fiending. This was prime feeding ground for Byron and others within the walls, those with names like Mike Ehlers, Chip Reynolds, Paul Major, et al.
Those catalogues weren’t zines, but the seemingly secret knowledge transmitted in the context of gouging our pre-internet dollars (not too badly though) was totally worth it.
7/11/14 10:23 AM update: Our friends at the American Legion of wooderylove wrote to remind us that “linda cohen was the sister of famed philadelphia buchla synth pioneer charles cohen, who remains active to this day…”
"Excellent second LP by this American Primitive guitarist…"
FATHER YOD #16 catalogue (1995?)
LINDA COHEN review by BYRON COLEY, Dealer
Forced Exposure careened into non-existence after doping everyone but good with the resurgent outsider psych in issue #18 - and by 1995, peoples were fiending. This was prime feeding ground for Byron and others within the walls, those with names like Mike Ehlers, Chip Reynolds, Paul Major, et al.
Those catalogues weren’t zines, but the seemingly secret knowledge transmitted in the context of gouging our pre-internet dollars (not too badly though) was totally worth it.
7/11/14 10:23 AM update: Our friends at the American Legion of wooderylove wrote to remind us that “linda cohen was the sister of famed philadelphia buchla synth pioneer charles cohen, who remains active to this day…”

"Excellent second LP by this American Primitive guitarist…"

FATHER YOD #16 catalogue (1995?)

LINDA COHEN review by BYRON COLEY, Dealer

  • Forced Exposure careened into non-existence after doping everyone but good with the resurgent outsider psych in issue #18 - and by 1995, peoples were fiending. This was prime feeding ground for Byron and others within the walls, those with names like Mike Ehlers, Chip Reynolds, Paul Major, et al.
  • Those catalogues weren’t zines, but the seemingly secret knowledge transmitted in the context of gouging our pre-internet dollars (not too badly though) was totally worth it.
  • 7/11/14 10:23 AM update: Our friends at the American Legion of wooderylove wrote to remind us that “linda cohen was the sister of famed philadelphia buchla synth pioneer charles cohen, who remains active to this day…”

"…’what fuckin’ right do these guys have in throwing so much filth out at me?’"
The whereabouts of Jimmy Johnson on July 6, 1985: 29 YEARS AGO ON THIS DATE IN FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEWS HISTORY! 
FORCED EXPOSURE #9 Winter 1986 (page 9), Jimmy Johnson, Editor
Jimmy was our inaugural UNSUNG HERO OF ROCK ‘N’ ROLL WRITING back in April 2014, and maybe he’ll be our only recipient.
"…’what fuckin’ right do these guys have in throwing so much filth out at me?’"
The whereabouts of Jimmy Johnson on July 6, 1985: 29 YEARS AGO ON THIS DATE IN FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEWS HISTORY! 
FORCED EXPOSURE #9 Winter 1986 (page 9), Jimmy Johnson, Editor
Jimmy was our inaugural UNSUNG HERO OF ROCK ‘N’ ROLL WRITING back in April 2014, and maybe he’ll be our only recipient.

"…’what fuckin’ right do these guys have in throwing so much filth out at me?’"

The whereabouts of Jimmy Johnson on July 6, 1985: 29 YEARS AGO ON THIS DATE IN FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEWS HISTORY! 

FORCED EXPOSURE #9 Winter 1986 (page 9), Jimmy Johnson, Editor

BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY (6/20/14):
Choubi Choubi! Folk and Pop Sounds From IRAQ, Vol. 2 (Sublime Frequencies)
Utterly dizzying array of early 80’s - early 2000’s choubi whirl. 
Available at the online web store of Forced Exposure.
BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY (6/20/14):
Choubi Choubi! Folk and Pop Sounds From IRAQ, Vol. 2 (Sublime Frequencies)
Utterly dizzying array of early 80’s - early 2000’s choubi whirl. 
Available at the online web store of Forced Exposure.

BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY (6/20/14):

Choubi Choubi! Folk and Pop Sounds From IRAQ, Vol. 2 (Sublime Frequencies)

  • Utterly dizzying array of early 80’s - early 2000’s choubi whirl. 

FORCED EXPOSURE #13 Winter 1988 (page 56) Jimmy Johnson, Editor

WHITE ZOMBIE advert

  • This advert appeared in just about every zine that year. Good record. 
BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY 6/11/14: myriamgendron's outta nowhere folk stunner of adapted Dorothy Parker poems.
"Scratch a lover and find a foe" ain’t even the half of it. 
Not So Deep As A Well (Feeding Tube Records - 2014)
Is the LP available at Forced Exposure? It is.
Stuck on digi? Try Mama Bird Recording Co.
BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY 6/11/14: myriamgendron's outta nowhere folk stunner of adapted Dorothy Parker poems.
"Scratch a lover and find a foe" ain’t even the half of it. 
Not So Deep As A Well (Feeding Tube Records - 2014)
Is the LP available at Forced Exposure? It is.
Stuck on digi? Try Mama Bird Recording Co.

BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY 6/11/14: myriamgendron's outta nowhere folk stunner of adapted Dorothy Parker poems.

"Scratch a lover and find a foe" ain’t even the half of it. 

Not So Deep As A Well (Feeding Tube Records - 2014)

"Gentlemen: Having flipped through your last two issues, I have finally gotten a handle on your current aesthetic. You are fucking idiots, is what it is."
The return of LETTER TO A FANZINE FRIDAY! 
Excerpts from STEVE ALBINI’S letter to JIMMY JOHNSON and BYRON COLEY in FORCED EXPOSURE #17 1991 (page 4)
For the complete letter containing all of Steve’s enlightened shtick regarding non trad lifestyles, women, jazz and the superiority of the Didjits, point your browser (as they useta say) at FORCED EXPOSURE, where issue FE #17 is still available for a mere $6.  
"Gentlemen: Having flipped through your last two issues, I have finally gotten a handle on your current aesthetic. You are fucking idiots, is what it is."
The return of LETTER TO A FANZINE FRIDAY! 
Excerpts from STEVE ALBINI’S letter to JIMMY JOHNSON and BYRON COLEY in FORCED EXPOSURE #17 1991 (page 4)
For the complete letter containing all of Steve’s enlightened shtick regarding non trad lifestyles, women, jazz and the superiority of the Didjits, point your browser (as they useta say) at FORCED EXPOSURE, where issue FE #17 is still available for a mere $6.  
"Gentlemen: Having flipped through your last two issues, I have finally gotten a handle on your current aesthetic. You are fucking idiots, is what it is."
The return of LETTER TO A FANZINE FRIDAY! 
Excerpts from STEVE ALBINI’S letter to JIMMY JOHNSON and BYRON COLEY in FORCED EXPOSURE #17 1991 (page 4)
For the complete letter containing all of Steve’s enlightened shtick regarding non trad lifestyles, women, jazz and the superiority of the Didjits, point your browser (as they useta say) at FORCED EXPOSURE, where issue FE #17 is still available for a mere $6.  
"Gentlemen: Having flipped through your last two issues, I have finally gotten a handle on your current aesthetic. You are fucking idiots, is what it is."
The return of LETTER TO A FANZINE FRIDAY! 
Excerpts from STEVE ALBINI’S letter to JIMMY JOHNSON and BYRON COLEY in FORCED EXPOSURE #17 1991 (page 4)
For the complete letter containing all of Steve’s enlightened shtick regarding non trad lifestyles, women, jazz and the superiority of the Didjits, point your browser (as they useta say) at FORCED EXPOSURE, where issue FE #17 is still available for a mere $6.  
"Gentlemen: Having flipped through your last two issues, I have finally gotten a handle on your current aesthetic. You are fucking idiots, is what it is."
The return of LETTER TO A FANZINE FRIDAY! 
Excerpts from STEVE ALBINI’S letter to JIMMY JOHNSON and BYRON COLEY in FORCED EXPOSURE #17 1991 (page 4)
For the complete letter containing all of Steve’s enlightened shtick regarding non trad lifestyles, women, jazz and the superiority of the Didjits, point your browser (as they useta say) at FORCED EXPOSURE, where issue FE #17 is still available for a mere $6.  
"Gentlemen: Having flipped through your last two issues, I have finally gotten a handle on your current aesthetic. You are fucking idiots, is what it is."
The return of LETTER TO A FANZINE FRIDAY! 
Excerpts from STEVE ALBINI’S letter to JIMMY JOHNSON and BYRON COLEY in FORCED EXPOSURE #17 1991 (page 4)
For the complete letter containing all of Steve’s enlightened shtick regarding non trad lifestyles, women, jazz and the superiority of the Didjits, point your browser (as they useta say) at FORCED EXPOSURE, where issue FE #17 is still available for a mere $6.  

"Gentlemen: Having flipped through your last two issues, I have finally gotten a handle on your current aesthetic. You are fucking idiots, is what it is."

The return of LETTER TO A FANZINE FRIDAY!

Excerpts from STEVE ALBINI’S letter to JIMMY JOHNSON and BYRON COLEY in FORCED EXPOSURE #17 1991 (page 4)