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“It shouldn’t be sur­pris­ing to find lyrics on this al­bum that make the Clash sound like Joe Clark.” – about Bruce Cock­burn’s so­cially rel­e­vant The Trou­ble With Nor­mal LP “A true rar­ity, it’s a film that looks like a teen sex com­edy that an adult can see with­out feel­ing as if brain can­cer were im­mi­nent.” – about Risky Busi­ness “The only prob­lem with a great­est hits col­lec­tion from one of Amer­ica's most valu­able na­tional re­sources is which hits to in­clude.” – about Hall & Oates’s Rock N Soul Part I “As Tony Mon­tana, he has mas­tered the Cuban ac­cent.” – about Al Pa­cino in Scar­face “The al­bum is soaked in im­plicit vi­o­lence – some of it ex­plic­itly stated.” – about the Rolling Stones’ Un­der­cover LP “They pos­sess a de­gree of so­phis­ti­ca­tion in com­po­si­tion and har­mony that you don’t of­ten find in such a young band.” – about DeBarge “He can never leave well enough alone, strate­gi­cally pep­per­ing some of the finest jazz/rock fu­sion go­ing with his fa­mous gross-out ab­sur­dist pop-cul­ture prose po­etry pieces, more or less forc­ing his warped world view down your throat.” – about Frank Zappa’s The Man From Utopia “One en­dures the un­funny com­edy, the un­ro­man­tic ro­mance and the un­sexy sex in the hopes that some­thing will blow up in a way you’ve never seen, or that a mem­o­rable vil­lain will ut­ter some great evil line.” – about James Bond movies “Typed or hand­writ­ten or doo­dled or any com­bi­na­tion of the above, fanzines take punk credo be­yond hair­cuts.” – about the rise of the fanzine

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