Saturday, July 23, 2016

Classic Woodrows Albums: All Hopped Up on Goofballs

All Hopped Up on Goofballs

(Woodrow Hill) 1981 
As if the Woodrows aren't goofy enough as it is! ADD ain't the half of it! Thirty-four hyper tunes to get you totally tweaked, including: "Tree," "Road," "Dirt," "Toast," "Knife," "Tub," "Kill" and 27 more!!

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Friday, July 22, 2016

Classic Woodrows Albums: Acid Days

Acid Days

(Woodrow Hill) 1981 
The Woodrows discover acid and look out! These trippy, dippy hippies wasted no time in getting wasted and recording some of the best psychedelic music of ALL TIME! Songs include: "Give Me (a) Piece," "Care for Some Free Love, Ma'am?" "Hit a Bong, Get it On," "Gimmie a Tab (and I Don't Mean a Diet Soda)" and twenty more!!!

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Thursday, July 21, 2016

Classic Woodrows Albums: Drunk


(Woodrow Hill) 1981 
Quite possibly the best Woodrows record ever and punk rock has yet to fully recover! Features the all-time classics; "Drunk," "Gettin' Drunk," "Been Drinkin'," "Git Drinkin'!," "Just Had to Get Drunk Last Night," "I'd Rather Be Drunk Than Drinkin'" and many more!

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Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Classic Woodrows Albums: Beer, Bräts & Broads

Beer, Bräts & Broads

(Woodrow Hill) 1981 

That's bräts as in brätwursts, FYI. The Woodrows' second album of 1981 was the live LP, Beer, Bräts & Broads. This would be the first document of what would become a decades-long run of annual drunken sacrilege and bacchanalian misadventure. The Woodrows' set ended in typical fashion with the band simultaneously passing out after a blistering, chaotic fifteen minute set, but if the discerning Woodrows fan listens closely they can hear such Woodrow faves as, "Ricky's Got a Boner", "Weed Bag", and "Piss Pants". At least we think. Who knows?

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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Classic Woodrows Albums: Woodrow Beach

Woodrow Beach

(Woodrow Hill) 1981

New year, new album, new label. Woodrow Beach ain't just off limits in the off-season, IT'S CLOSED ALL YEAR! That's OK, 'cause, trust us, you wouldn't want to swim there anyway. Album features, "Drunk on the Beach," "High on the Beach," "Beach Blanket Bongs," "Beached Whale," "Sand in My Ass" and many, many more hits!

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Monday, July 18, 2016

Classic Woodrows Albums: II


(RoosterCow) 1980 
You'll forget there never was a Woodrows I! The eleventh album of 1980 for our sorry heroes features no less that thirty-two songs! Anemic anthems for the '80s Generation include: "Rat Face Ricky," "Got My Ass Kicked Last Night," "Soggy Socks" and twenty-nine more!!!

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Thursday, June 30, 2016

ZINE REVIEW: Every Thug is a Lady

Adventures Without Gender
by Julia Eff (Pioneers Press)

It is timely to be reading this zine about an issue that has been in the news a lot recently. Prior to much of the news coverage on who can pee where, you could have put me in the category of someone who was largely ignorant of transgender issues. The main reason for this is that I didn’t need to know. It didn’t affect me one way or the other so I never bothered to form much an opinion on it. I accept it. I support it. That was as far as it went. Actually, it's not something you can really have an opinion on. It's like having an opinion on global warming. It exists regardless of the thoughts and beliefs of any one person, religious group or political party.

Zinester Julia Eff deals with gender identity issues every day. They’re in her head. Not in her head like she made them up, but in her head as a part of her everyday challenges with life. Julia is dealing with neutrois, a gender identity that is neutral, neither male nor female. Neutrois makes picking out what clothes to wear a challenge for Julia. It determines where she shops and who she chooses to deal with. In one section of the zine Julia talks about her cis gender boyfriend. She describes him as a bit of a Hank Hill-type who doesn’t care about her gender identity. This seems great at first pass, but his acceptance seems to be more about indifference and a lack of curiosity than something resembling acceptance and understanding.

"Every Thug is a Lady" is an informative zine for those not well-versed in the issues of gender identity. I would hope it was also a cathartic experience for Julia to create. It is entertaining as well in the sense that Julia does have a sense of humor even if the subject matter is dark sometimes. "Every Thug" is pure perzine, handwritten and lovingly cobbled together. If you are into that you will enjoy it, no matter what your gender identification. The zine was originally published in 2011 which makes me feel better about the fact that I took so long to review it—Chris Auman

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Classic Woodrows Albums: Tar Eater

Tar Eater

(RoosterCow) 1980 
Why does Marvy Woodrow like to eat tar so much? Better question, why does Marvy Woodrow like to eat so much tar? Who knows? Who cares? Let's just hope he doesn't stop. Recorded in just fifteen minutes, this is the tightest Woodrows record ever! This was the tenth record the Woody Four released in 1980 and it would not be their last.

Thirty-three tracks of blistering Woodrow Power. Songs include: "Dry As A Twig," "Rock Head," "Slick Ricky Woodrow" and twenty-seven more!

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Classic Woodrows Albums: Ganja Stomp

Ganja Stomp

(RoosterCow) 1980

Even The Woodrows need to kick back and "chil-ax" every once in awhile. This classic album from 1980 (their 10th full-length record of that year!) features 15 songs that document the Woodrow's brief infatuation with everything rasta and reggae. Tracks include: "Praise Almighty Jah," "Jah is Awesome," "I for an I," "Rastafari Safari," "Jah Know What I'm Sayin'? and ten more rockin' reggae jams!!!

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