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James Greene, Jr.
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James Greene, Jr. attended the same Florida college as Daunte Culpepper and the people who made The Blair Witch Project. His work has graced the digitized pages of numerous dot coms, including Ink 19, Crawdaddy, Den of Geek, and Orlando City Beat.  Nicknames include Jim, Jimmy, Jawaharlal, JG2, Tab Man, Badge Man, James Franco, Ol’ Fatty Liver, and the Ghost of Bob Crane. Hobbies include collecting t-shirts with irreverent phrases/designs, doing so-so impressions of former Presidents, and stalking former child stars.  You can read Greene’s blog at JG2Land.


Wednesday, September 24 2008

The Misfits' American Psycho (1997)

This Danzig-less "reunion" album from the most recognized brand in horror rock isn't nearly as bad as you'd expect.

Thursday, April 3 2008

Judgment Night: Music from the Motion Picture (1993)

A look at the album that may have spawned rap rock and that supplies the missing link between Biohazard and Emilio Estevez.


Tuesday, February 24 2009

Sammy Hagar: Cosmic Universal Fashion

The Red Rocker covers the Beastie Boys; surprisingly, the world does not collapse into a fiery hellscape.

Wednesday, February 11 2009

Goblin Cock: Come with Me If You Want to Live

Rob Crow side project continues its fine tradition of muted, foggy metal and brings to light the trials and travails of ghost boys.

Thursday, October 2 2008

Megadeth: Anthology: Set The World Afire

Check your watch -- here comes another best of/greatest hits collection from that other popular metal band whose name begins with "M".

Thursday, October 2 2008

Parry Gripp: Do You Like Waffles?

The singer of Nerf Herder strikes out on his own with ditties strictly about consumer goods.

Wednesday, September 10 2008

Of Great and Mortal Men: 43 Songs for 43 U.S. Presidencies

A triple album of indie folk hailing every American chief that was actually forged in Canada (irony alert!).

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