Yet Another Review of "Fuzzy Logic" CD - February 1998
"Fuzzy Logic" is a solid collection of some very underrated yet mostly unknown 90's garage bands from around the world. 26 bands, 70 minutes of fuzz, trash, garage, surf, punk, glam and all points in between! Heavy weights include Max Mueller's 'Right Time', with it's bruising guitar riff and short, sweet chorus. Punishing power pop. Yak from out of Virginia instantly won me over with their lo-fi surf stompin' antics, whilst the promising Adam West really deliver with their raw guitar sound and lively vocals, as evidenced on 'Beauty'. Australia's two flag bearers, The Feends and The Dweebs both from the W.A Spinning Top stable, offer strong garage tuneage with an emphasis on fuzzed out melodies and catchy chorusus. The Botswanas though are my pick of the pack amongst a strong assembly of runners up. The Botswanas manage to combine recycled Bad Company riffs with unbridled femme vocals to explosive effect - 'Soul Kiss' being classic raw punk with pop sensibilities. Aggressive melodies from the glam garage and very happening. Expect bigger things from this NYC outfit. Overall, lotsa addictive tunes on this compilation without any adverse effects and definitely worth your hard earned. Keep up the great work Greg !
By Col Gray, Vicious Kitten, February 1998
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