Review of "Fuzzy Logic" CD in British Fanzine
(RPM USA Records)
Two compilations from RPM USA. Three Minute Revolution deals with all things power pop while Fuzzy Logic is more in tune with the garage punk crowd and both are oozing quality. . . . Personally, of the two discs here, I prefer Fuzzy Logic, though there¹s not much in it. My main weakness (musically speaking) is dirty guitars, so this collection is right up my street. As soon as Dragline hit the ground running with Full Grown Man I know the next 70 minutes are going to get me jumping around the room. I¹m not wrong. Other highlights (and there are many) include Serene Dominic & The Semi-Finalists (of coarse that¹s his real name) doing $100 Weekend, the Big Bad Johns¹ Double Wide, X-Impossibles who trash through Murder Mystery (like a scuzzy Bauhaus), Adam West¹s Beauty is just that and The Mongomery Cliffs show up again with another corker. All in all, totally super-duper.
By R.H., July 1998
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