Liner Notes


1. Yawbus, Galleria
2. Skycow, Bugsy
3. Jiff And The Choosy Mothers, Clearance
4. Pezz, #13 : Last Ounce Of Joy
5. Gauge, Open
6. Bunk, Disco Saddle
7. Yawbus, The Train Song
8. Jiff And The Choosy Mothers, 80
9. Pezz, Nowhere Close
10. Gauge, Mike Meets Ethyl
11. Yow, Pasta
12. Bunk, 3 1/2
13. Skycow, Emblem
14. Dynamo Hum, Just A Girl


LINER NOTES:

ITíS INSPIRATIONAL TO HEAR PEOPLE YOUR OWN AGE PLAYING LOUD ROCKíNíROLL. SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES SHOWS THE POWER AND IMPORTANCE OF THE ALL AGE SHOW. THESE BANDS ARE PART OF AN OLD SCHOOL TRADITION OF PLAYING PLACES THEY ARENíT OLD ENOUGH TO GET IN.

MUSIC IS A CELEBRATION OF LIFE, A SELF DECLARATION OF BEING ALIVE. THE FEELINGS MUSIC INCITES WHEN YOUíRE YOUNG ARE INTENSE, VIOLENT AND CALMING. THE FIRST TIME I HEARD BLACK FLAGíS "SIX PACK" SINGLE, I FELT I WAS FINALLY COMMUNICATING WITH PEOPLE FROM MY PLANET.

MEMPHIS IS A BREEDING GROUND FOR MUSIC. ITíS INCREDIBLE HOW MANY GREAT YOUNG BANDS AND MUSICIANS THERE ARE. THE TRADITION AND LEGACY OF MEMPHIS ROCKíNíROLL IS ALIVE AND WELL.

WITH A CD FULL OF YOUNG MEMPHIS BANDS YOU HAVE TO GIVE CREDIT TO THE ANTENNA CLUB, RARE RECORDS-R. I. P., SHANGRI LA, AND THE YOUNG MEMPHIS BANDS WHO RULED THE SCENE BEFORE THEY BROKE UP-MAN WITH GUN LIVES HERE AND TAINT SKINS.

"SOMETIMES YOU KNOW YOUíRE

JUST ABOUT TO EXPLODE.

I GET SO EXCITED

HAVE TO VANDALIZE."

-VANDALIZE

LUTHER DICKINSON