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Fall of the House of Ruin (Gulcher Records) $10
Remastered reissue of out-of-print 1996 CD by band featuring John Barge and Ian Brewer, formerly of 80s teen punks the Panics. These dudes' vision in '96 was pretty much the same as '81: they blast through nineteen short'n'fast manifestos, including "Lost Cause," "Withered Hand," "Won't Take My Medicine," "Cult Leader," "Stalin's Crayon," "Alien Autopsy," "Frat Row," and a cover of Vom's classic "Punkmobile."
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The Unreel Hits (Gulcher Records) $10
Gulcher catalog: "Who are the Wooldridge Brothers? Likely a band you've already heard, without realizing it! Several Wbs songs have landed in some unusual places, including the movies Contact and Changing Habits, TV soaps Party Of Five and The Young & The Restless, and E! TV's Nearly Famous reality show. But the strangest appearance yet for these thoroughly Midwestern brothers was finding two of their compositions on the 'Anna Nicole Smith Show'! And why Gulcher Records?! As a matter of fact, Scott and Brian Wooldridge are making their second Gulcher appearance! Way back in 1981, when the brothers were learning to drive and cutting their teeth in the new wavey Post Raisin Band, Gulcher included their power pop classic 'Pink Lincoln' on its Various Hoosiers compliation, Red Snerts. Relocating to Milwaukee, Scott and Brian spent the 1980s polishing their songwriting in the Squares, and by decade-end had refocused as the eponymous Wooldridge Brothers. Prolific songwriters, the Wbs explored a range of styles on their three 1990s albums, Skeleton Keys, Star Of Desire, and Uncovering The Sun. Falling somewhere between Wilco and Nick Lowe, 'alt-pop-alt-country' could be their multi-hyphenated genre! A SXSW showcase scored a publishing deal, and the Hollywood song placements followed. By Y2K, fans were clammoring for unreleased material heard at Wbs live performances, circulating on tapes and MP3 players. In 2001, Brian and Scott released 13 of those songs on the original, limited-edition Unreel Hits, promoted through their website. Gulcher Records recognized a diamond in the rough is still a diamond, added three bonus tracks, and proudly presents this 2003 reissue of The Unreel Hits, a collection of Wooldridge Brothers demos and outtakes spanning seven years and three albums."
Gizmo My Way: Unsung Anthems of Ken Highland & The Gizmos (Gulcher Records) $10
Mykal Xul covers 12 Ken Highland songs: "Juvenile Delinquent" (Afrika Korps), "Creem Dream" (never recorded), "Hot Shot" (Gizmos live song that was never given a studio treatment), "Refrigerator Rappin'" (Afrika Korps), "She Put A Spell On Me" (never recorded), "Ode To Adny's Dics" (O. Rex/Afrika Korps song that was never recorded), "Webzine Pussy" (update of "Fanzine Pussy" which turned up in demo form on the Gizmos' Demos & Rehearsals CD), "Lorraine" (Afrika Korps), "Talkin' On The Telephone" (Gizmos/Afrika Korps song never recorded in the studio), "Nobody's Girl" (The Korps), "Ready Eddie" (never recorded), and "Dance To The Beat" (never recorded).
Johnson County Line (Gulcher Records) $10
Gulcher catalog description: "With the release of Mykal Xul's new album, Johnson County Line, it's plain to see the Hoosier race hasn't evolved much in the past three decades. Xul spins absurdly sick yarns, backed with a mix of folk, punk, blues, rockabilly, and especially hard rock with a 70s swagger. Tracks like 'Spanktervision,' '1st & 3rd,' 'Poontwang,' and 'Is Your Daughter Home?' are sure to set your booty shakin' and funny bone a spazzin', while 'Mommy Went Bi,' 'She Must Be From Whiteland,' and the title cut soothe your ass while still raping it! 'Bullhead Clap,' a tale of VD gone horribly wrong (yes, it's a real disease!), and 'Ridin' The Cuke,' a female empowerment anthem, ensure the rock keeps rollin' throughout the 13-song set. Also included are a latter-day Gizmos cover, the never-recorded 'Hair On My Face,' plus two bonus 'radio edits' of 'Is Your Daughter Home' and the title track."