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Hello....

This is the HAPPINESS IS SINGING PUNK KARAOKE Issue!!!!!

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I can't review everything, but I will try. For best results,
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Article 1.

OBITUARY FOR EL DUCE

Eldon Hoke, also know as El Duce, a fixture on the Los Angeles Entertainment
scene for the last 20 years was killed Saturday evening, April 19, in
Riverside, CA. His death was the result of being hit by a train in a state
of alcoholic intoxication.

Mr. Hoke was best known as the drummer and lead singer of the rock group the
Mentors. He rose to national prominence in 1985 as a result of the U.S.
Senate ( P.M.R.C. ) hearings regarding "obscene lyrics" in rock music, which
named publicly the Mentors as the worst exponent of such lyrics in music.
In addition to his musical career Mr. Hoke also was employed frequently as a
bit player or extra in many motion picture, music video, and television
productions. His comic visage and friendly manner made him a show business
natural.

Recently Mr. Hoke had appeared on the Jerry Springer Show in a show devoted
to Shock Rock, and in the National Enquirer and other tabloids domestically
and internationally regarding his claim that he was approached by Courtney
Love to kill Kurt Cobain.

The last musical performance by Mr. Hoke was given on Friday, April 18th, at
Al's Bar in Downtown Los Angeles.

Mr. Hoke was born on March 24, 1958 in Seattle, Washington. He is survived
in the by his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoke of Seattle, Wa, a
brother, Steven Hoke, of Seattle, a sister, Mrs. Christina Sherrod, of
Renton, WA, a sister, Mrs. Annetta Boggs, of Los Angeles, an uncle, David
Hoke, an uncle, Charles Saltviet, or Portland, and an aunt, Esther Moreland,
of Woodland Hills. The loss is also grieved by his lifelong friends and
group members of the Mentors, Eric Carlson of Hollywood, CA and Steve Broy,
of Riverside, CA. Donations in his memory can be made to the Salvation
Army.

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Article 2.

TIMESCAPE - New Info.

Dear People,

***
This is to announce that the new TIMESCAPE full-length cd has just
been completed and the title has been finalized as being - "Two
Worlds".

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The band is currently negotiating the release and the licensing with 8
different labels (both indie and major), but nothing has been settled
as of yet.

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"Two Worlds" was recorded during January - April 1997 in the same
studio as the band recorded their previous effort. The cd has also
been mastered by Peter Dahl of Cutting Room (Stockholm).

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For anyone interested in obtaining more info on the band, please
email:

johan.berlin@mailbox.swipnet.se
johan.eriksson@mbox205.swipnet.se
anders.berlin@ik.se

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The official TIMESCAPE homepage has also finally been launched. Take a
couple of minutes and visit us !

http://home4.swipnet.se/~w-45845/

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For all of those interested in exchanging links to our page, please
email:

johan.eriksson@mbox205.swipnet.se

***
Some comments and reviews regarding the debut promo released last year
in April.

"This three song demo is mindblowing on a lot of levels. The
songwriting ability and musical execution of the disc bely the youth
of the band. Each song is superbly arranged. I won't try to compare
them to any other bands because they truly have their own sound."
- Erik Welty's Progressive Metal List,
http://www.onr.com/progress/timsrev.html

"I have a feeling that the next chapter with this band will be BIG"
- Scream Magazine, March 1996

"Timescape possess a sound that is all their own. I can't really
compare them with anyone I've heard before. Timescape write very good
memorable melodies.This is a good band with lots of room to grow...."
- The Progress Report, August 1996

"For such a young band, they have an extremely mature sense of
dynamics. Timescape have already achieved a unique sound. Check them
out now, so you can say you knew them before they hit"
- Au Contraire, May 1996

"Keep an eye out for these guys, ....they could be a force to reckon
with."
-Chronicles of Chaos, # 12, 1996

"3 tracks CD that will for sure secure a deal with a major label to
this young and extremely technical Swedish metal band."
- Baldrick's Hell's Kitchen, issue 5, 1996

"The band blends together standard progressive complexity and
technical skill with memorable songwriting. ....the music is superb,
somewhat in the vibe of Conception and countrymen Tad Morose, but with
an even more unique presentation. All in all a tremendous CD..."
- Ascendant Strains, August 1996

"Japanese like technical rock like Dream Theater and It Bites etc. I
wish some Japanese record companies help them to debut."
- Shuichi "Kino'89" Kindshita.
http://www.st.rim.or.jp/~kino1989/BrightHopes/timescape.html

"This could be easily by one of those MTV bands US puts out, and this
is meant as a compliment."
- Inferno magazine, # 7, 1996,
http://www.dse.nl/inferno/issue7/timescap.html

"The choruses of the last two songs are instantly memorable - a
difficult feat in the realm of prog metal - and none of the tight
songs drift off into the common pitfall of time change limbo. This is
indeed impressive stuff for a debut demo. Look for this band to make a
mark."
- SFK (Strictly For Konnoiseurs) Zine, September 1996,
http://members.aol.com/thecompany/index.htm

"...excellent musicianship and a faultless production are displayed on
these three songs." "....Timescape definitely has what it takes - a
very good band indeed."
- BNR metal pages,
http://www-cse.ucsd.edu/users/bruss/Metal/pages/demos.html

"...from soft rock instrumental sensitivity to melodic hard rock
guitar power and bridges, but it merges in the form of a slick,
progressive whole."
- Geoff Wilbur's Renegade Newsletter, May 1996

"...the musicianship is outstanding. I'm sure that with some live work
under their belts and a few more songs, they could become the next
Dream Theater!"
-Noise Level Critical Zine,
http://www.netcentral.co.uk/~cracker/mat/nlc.htm

"This is a very impressive release. The only way I could describe
them is technical, melodic, jazzmetal. Every musician on this disc is
extremely accomplished. ...and really good songwriting. Even though
there are only 3 songs on this disc they are all very memorable. You
will not be dissapointed with this CD get one today!!!!!"
-Underground Metal Zine, http://norden1.com/~hkolb/umetal.html

"You have to put Timescape on top of the list for northern european
bands to watch; not only do they sound good, their music has some
meaning...The Berlin Brothers and company have what it takes for a
good jam... Such breath has been needed in metal for some time; it
takes a very good band to open such doors.....go ahead, let these boys
in, enjoy the music..."
-Underground Sound, 10/31/96,
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/ugr/sound.html

***
We look forward to hearing from all of You in the near future.

ATB (all the best)

TIMESCAPE -
Johan Berlin

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Article 3.

MOTION CONTROL UPDATES

Hi there!

Latest Motion Control update:

* Our home page has been completely renovated and redesigned. Take a look
and give me some feedback on what you think.
* The compilation "Da Minimal Funk" is now out, on Raw Elements. Should be
obtainable everywhere as it's both CD and vinyl and it's distributed by EFA
(EFA cat. no 62615-2) and PIAS. The album is compiled by Steve Bug, a
respected German DJ.

Find out more on our homepage: http://www.uib.no/People/hhioh/

As there's a very limited amount of mails from this mailing list (probably
not more than 10 mails a year), there's really no reason to unsubscribe
from this list. If you still wish to be removed, send me an e-mail and I'll
fix it.

All the best,

Oddgeir

---- Oddgeir Hvidsten / Motion Control ----
- URL:http://www.uib.no/People/hhioh/ -
- Phone/Fax: +47 - 5531 6046 - Mail: hhioh@uib.no -
- Reipslagergt. 21 - 5035 Bergen-Sandviken - Norway -
----Last Motion Control release: Digits E.P. (11.11.96)----

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Article 4.

COOLTOOZ ONLINE UPDATE!

Dear Friends,

CoolToonz Online has been updated for May! New features this month,
including a special guest review by Symon Pierce. Symon is a nom de plum for
one of Nashville's most influential Engineer/Producers. Check out what he
has to say.

Lots of new reviews this month, including Laura Bowly's "Lovin' by the
Rules." Check them out!

Hit the site! <A
HREF="http://members.aol.com/CoolToonz/cover.html">CoolToonz
Online Magazine</A> is hot and fresh and full of cool things this month!

D.P. Plumer
Head Honcho
CoolToonz Online

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Doin' Laundry

As with most long-term couples, Mark and Mary have their own pet phrases for
everyday sayings. For example, they call having sex "doing laundry."

One night, Mark came home late from work and Mary was already in bed asleep.
He attempted to wake her up and asked "Honey, how about doing a little
laundry?" Mary grunted and told him she was too sleepy and to go away. He
said, "You don't have to be awake and it won't take too long."

She ignored him so he went and brushed his teeth and got ready for bed. As
he was doing this, Mary had been thinking in her half-awake stupor about the
prospect of having sex and began to get turned on.

When Mark climbed into bed, she turned over and said, "Maybe we could fit a
little laundry in, baby," to which he replied, "Oh that's OK, sweetie. It
was a small load so I did it by hand."

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Article 5.

ROCKWEB ANNOUNCEMENT: New RockWeb Site Design

Hello,
It's been a long time coming... but the RockWeb site finally has a
new look. We have not publicized this yet to the outside world, but we plan
to
in a big way. Before we tell the rest of the world though, we wanted to
invite all our friends in the RockWeb community to come by first, since if
it weren't for all of you, we wouldn't be here...

The New Look went live at about 6PM tonight so come by
http://www.rockweb.com

The new site contains some areas where we would like people to contribute.

The Reviews section:

where we will be posting fan reviews of concerts and albums. Review the
last show you went to whether it was a band as famous as U2 or as unknown
as the local college campus favorites. Get published. Help expose people
to your local music scene, submit your reviews.

Send postings to reviews@rockweb.com

The Rockwave Zone:

RockWeb now has been shocked. The award winning web design team at Deluxo
(www.deluxoland.com) redesigned RockWeb, and they are SERIOUS interactive
artists who love to play with ShockWave. So they have created a bunch of
fun musical shockwave toys/games using the RockWeb logo. These can be
found under ROCKWAVES in the new CODE section of RockWeb, or you can
accidently launch them from hidden spots in RockWeb. We'd like you the
creative community of RockWeb to contribute your own musical, RockWeb
shockwaves to be placed in the ROCKWAVES section, and randomly throughout
Rockweb. Expose your artistic talent submit your shockwaves.

shockwaves@rockweb.com

HAVE FUN!

Sooooo....

Check out the new look, play some shockwave games, chat for a while in the
chat room, check out some new bands, and then tell us what you think. Send
all site feedback to:

site-feedback@rockweb.com

We really want to know what you think! We are very excited about all
this--hope you are too!

Lots more to come.

The RockWeb Team

(and that includes Francis, the dog!)

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Richard Yaker
Development Partners Group
Netscape Communications Inc.

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Article 6.

NEWSLETTER #6 FROM THE BAND "SUPER SOMETHING"

Hello everyone, it's been quite awhile huh? Well, we do have some new
info to share with you. We are all generally doing good. We're just
trying to make it thru these last weeks of school.
SHOWS:
1) May 24th @ St. James Methodist Church on Porter Road, Niagara Falls,
NY. We'll be opening up for Jaded Thorns. The show is free and it starts
at 7pm.
2) May 25th. Slush Fund, Daybreak, Stompin' Abrasions and Round 13. @ The
Sharks Club. This is the last Sharks Club Show ever so please try to make
it. Its $4 and doors open at 3pm. 297-9317 for info. There is a
possiblilty we might play this show. We'll let you know.
3) To confirm all rumors, The show at Niagara Wheatfield High School (May
17th), with us and Slush Fund, has been canceled.
4) May 30th. Edward Town Middle School. Not much info yet.
5) June 1st. Rochester. With DISCREN! this show is a must see for those
of you that can make it. E-mail: punk17@juno.com for the time and cost.
RECORDING:
We are happy to announce that we are recording our 2nd tape on Saturday,
May 17th. It will be faster, cleaner, and better than our old one. The
new tape will have 6 songs on it and will be sold for $3 or $4 dollars.
It will be entiteled: BRAINWASHED. Sales will HOPEFULLY start in
mid-June. We'll let you know.
THANX:
much thanx goes out to Scott for filling in for us for awhile and for
being the man..."behind the dirthill" bro! Jennie for offering to help us
with our own web site but me being to lazy to get going...i will
soon...really, i will! Travis and StraightForward records.
Check out StarightForward Record's web site (we're on it along with many
other cool bands) The address:
http://memebers.tripod.com/~discern/index.html
Thanx...SUPER SOMETHING

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Article 7.

INDUSTRIAL, ETC. BOOKINGS IN WINDSOR ONT

We are now booking live performances in Windsor for a new
Industrial/goth/techno/electronic night in Windsor.
Bands and Artists are invited to send thier promo packs and music to
Indebasement Productions
3145 Rankin Ave.
Windsor Ont.
N9E 3B8
ph. 519-966-2150 or e-mail indebsmt@wincom.net for more info

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Article 8.

GALACTIC - New Orleans Funk - In Georgia This Month!

Dan Prothero
FOG CITY RECORDS
fogcity@fogworld.com
http://www.fogworld.com

GROOVE GUIDE - http://www.grooveguide.com
THE online guide to the global groove scene

Listen to the Galactic CD while online - in stereo!
http://ww2.audionet.com/pub/music/rap/galactic_28st.ram
(requires the free RealAudio 3.0 plug-in from www.realaudio.com)

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Article 9.

NEW RELEASES REVIEWED IN METAL

howdy,

most recent releases from INCANTATION, IMMORTAL, MONSTROSITY, VADER,
SINISTER and BURZUM reviewed on the web site supporting the Oration of
Disorder, a deathmetal program on KSPC 88.7 FM in Claremont.

for more information, check out:
<http://www.anus.com/metal/>

specifically:
<http://www.anus.com/metal/incantation.html>
<http://www.anus.com/metal/immortal.html>
<http://www.anus.com/metal/monstrosity.html>
<http://www.anus.com/metal/vader.html>
<http://www.anus.com/metal/burzum.html>

thanks,
S.R.P.
|__
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Internet consulting/Web design

[ http://www.loop.com/~sven/ ]

Some only sample the dark wine of life's blood...

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Article 10.

ZITA SWOON BELGIAN DATES

Hi,

For those of you who want to see the Sunrise movie, here is a list
of all Belgian Sunrise performances:

May 20 Brugge Stadsschouwburg 20.00 050/443060
May 23 Turnhout De Warande 20.15 014/416991
May 24 Tongeren De Velinx 20.30 012/393800
May 25 Gent Vooruit 20.00 09/2672828
May 27 Antwerpen Bourla 20.00 03/2310750
May 28 Leuven Stadsschouwburg 20.00 016/222113
May 29 Kortrijk Stadsschouwburg 20.00 056/239855
June 3 Brussel Ancienne Belgique 20.00 02/5482424

Bye,

Paul.
paulvg@win.tue.nl
The Zita Swoon Homepage: http://www.win.tue.nl/win/cs/tt/paul/moondog/

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Article 11.

Review: Neo-Punk from San Diego
Band: Second Class
Tape: "Demo Songs" (1997)
W 5/21/97 by Camille Juliana (Mars Cat@aol.com)

I am taking a course in Demo Production and a fellow classmate
gave me his band's demo tape to review. And here it goes out to
3/4 million readers! Ah, the electronic age! This band is an
offering of fresh, energetic punk with lots of Brit influences.
"Second Class" is out of the San Diego area and is composed of
Jay Luckey (Guitar & Vocals), Aaron Swanton (Lead Guitar &
Vocals), Rob Crist (Bass, working through his Messiah complex--
just kidding, wanted to see if you were paying attention there),
and Dave Shojai (Drums). The tape is pretty crude so the sound
quality isn't at its best, but through the rawness one can sense
a real talent. These guys are kinda young (Jay is the oldest at
17), and their youthfulness is somewhat reflected in the vocals.
But that should progress with a little seasoning. These guys
have an energy and sincerity that I really like. Jay tells me
their influences include Clash, Ramones, Operation Ivy. The
Brit/early punk influence definitely shows in their music and
vocals, but it seems genuine, not contrived. Even though they
are youngish, some of the band members have been doing this for
five years. They seem serious and committed. I like that in a
band. These guys are looking for bookings for area
shows/parties. They are intending to tour the West Coast this
summer. Second Class would fit in nicely in any punk-oriented
lineup. I hear they put on a good show. Contact Jay at (619)
986-6733.

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Article 12.

PUNK KARAOKE AT THE DRAGONFLY, HOLLYWOOD, CA

Only in LA! A couple of weeks ago I was browsing through the LA
Weekly and saw an ad for a "PUNK KARAOKE" night at one of our
Hollywood clubs, the Dragonfly. It looked very intriguing, and
the announced participation of Bob Mothersbaugh of DEVO, a
long-time fave band of mine, was enough to totally resolve my
interest. (These guys did brilliant pieces like "Mongoloid" in
the 70s, for gawdsake: that was sufficient to achieve the
"ever-cool" award in my books). I went, I saw, I ended up
actually participating on-stage myself! First up, however, were
The Ziggens, out of Huntington Beach, "the best band in the whole
world", according to a fan/friend. These guys appeared in full
Canadian Mountie uniforms, very cewl indeed or should I say hot,
cus they were gradually off'ed during the set. Kind of surf punk
in the vein of Shadowy Men... meets cowboy poets. You figure it
out. Definitely entertaining. Next up were "Me First & the
Gimme Gimmes", punkers from various bands who specialize in
hardcore butcherings of soft rock classics by the likes of the
Carpenters, Denver, and Manilow. Very fun. Then, at long last
(11:15 PM) on to the main event: Punk Karaoke!!!!! A listing of
30 punk classics was put up on the wall. Bands included the best
from those days: Ramones, Black Flag, X, Circle Jerks, Dead
Kennedys, Sex Pistols, Buzzcocks, Clash, Minor Threat. Members
of the audience got to sign up for a particular number, and
booklets with lyrics were given to singers. I did back-up vocals
for a couple of DEVO classics: "Mongoloid", naturally, and
"Uncontrollable Urge". Of course, the cewlest thing about this
whole KARAOKE deal was that the participants were backed by
various members of the ORIGINAL bands who did these songs. Can
you say: "I am living my punk dream?" Just incredible. Band
members included Bob Mothersbaugh of DEVO (a crowd fave), Eric
Melvin of NOFX, Greg Hetson of Circle Jerks/Bad Religion, and
Derek O'Brien, ex-Social Distortion/ex-Agent Orange/now Extra
Fancy. Some Karaoke-ers were obvious pros, ("guest" singers
included Kim Shattuck of the Muffs, Darren from Goldfinger, and a
member of Face to Face), but even the amateurs did a fine job.
The nice sound system at the club helped. But it was the festive
"anything goes" spirit of the event that made it fun for everyone.
This promises, according to the club, to be a regular feature,
depending on the availability of various band members. Next date,
tenatively, is July 29. A very fun time was had by all. Hey, it's LA!

CJ=Mars Cat@aol.com

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cara@starbase.neosoft.com wrote:
>
> Hi, all.
>
> I am new and have just been lurking, but I wanted to throw in my $0.02.
>
> As a person who writes Christian music and does want to perform, it is
> extremely important to me that people with whom I perform be of similar
> faith and values. What I write comes out of my heart, and my performance
> is something I see as a ministry. The faith is an integral part of it,
> and if I was performing with just anyone, I don't think I would feel
> right. I want the people I am performing with to be able to meet and pray
> with people afterwards if people want that. Someone who is not a
> Christian cannot do this.
>
> There's a lot to be said as well for exactly what I want in a Christian
> musician. I don't want to perform with someone who merely calls himself a
> Christian. This is where I think I have to know exactly what values I
> need to be compatible with the other performers.
>
> Sarah
>
> http://starbase.neosoft.com/~cara is nearing completion. :)
Oh Great just what we need another Christian in a bubble, cant tell you
what God has specifically told you to do with your life but I can say
that he commands Christians to make disciples of men. ( I have seen
countless opportunities missed because of this logic - to some extent I
understand and agree with where you are coming from (being like minded
DOES make things easier but it's not always better (you just might learn
something from a non-christian perspective)Just because someone is not a
Christian AND they are Still Willing to make music with you in itself
may be a great sign that they trust you and are more open to your
perspective (read-discipling) better that than you treating unbelievers
as a project that must be accomplished (not saying thats how you
personally approach this but thats generally the way it goes and yes I
speak from experience) Regardless who's to say that your non-christian
drummer (if your ever lucky enough to have one around) may decide to ask
someone from the audience (or You) to pray with/for him?? Or would that
humiliate you? having a fellow band member in sin?(sorry it's something
WE all deal with (on or off the stage) Not tryin to be rude (still have
some rough edges and yes God knows me too!) But people are a helluva lot
more impressed by what they see in a persons life than by what is
preached at em. Give the heathens a break and take em home for
supper,(thats what Christ would do) dont discriminate against em.

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The Trip 248 Show is compiled on DAT for radio on a
month-to-month basis, with genres as follows: Dance, Rock, &
Metal. Each genre has three shows per year. The shows are not
available to the general public, and only to bonafide radio
stations. Each DAT is 90 minutes long. The shows are done radio/
DJ style with PartyDog as the resident DJ.

To submit your material to Underground for consideration on a
Trip 248, send all materials to:

Underground Records
Attn: Trip 248
6422 Hwy 140 NW
Adairsville, GA 30103

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