Thursday, January 10, 2013


Sheesh, I'm getting tired of trying to turn these long-unsold issues of my WORLD FAMOUS CRUDZINE into megabux to retire on, or even minibux just so's I can have a good time once in awhile! I mean, how would you feel if there was something that you poured your heart, soul and perhaps even a few body organs into overtaking every aspect of your existence and the thing sells about as well as a sex manual at a Sunday School picnic? Let's just say that I still have a whole lotta these INFO-PACKED READS available for the discerning reader just like you and well, if you're a guy who thinks that the material that can be found on this blog is educational, interesting, entertaining and perhaps even slightly silly well, you'll be able to find a whole lotta that and more within the pages of these fanzines! Come to think of it, these pages also consist of quite a few items that some may say are far more scabrous and socially/politically incorrect than anything I've published on-line. Y'see, it's obvious that I have to curb myself while on the web what with all the do-gooders and glorified hall monitors and snitches there are out there attempting to cleanse the planet of ne'er do well free-thinkers (in the most honest, true sense) like myself! Not to mention others who are so intent on tinkling on the new (in)breed's wonderful world where they can all throw frisbees, engage in non-procreative sex and act like the Peter Perfects they truly most envision themselves to be here at the dawning of the Age of Rampant Assholism! So if you wanna glom some really downright offensive, non-redeeming material that makes my everyday opines on this blog read like Sweet Mary Sunshine just pick up a whole buncha these mags and prepare to curdle!

Prices are postpaid in the USA, elsewhere get in touch with me via comment box (I will not publish your vitals so don't panic!) for rates because I'll have to make up a package and have it weighed for accuracy. You can send checks and money orders made out to me (Chris Stigliano) or even cash as long as it's well-concealed to 701 North Hermitage Road, Suite 23, Hermitage PA 16148 USA. If you wanna set up a Paypal deal, again get in touch via the comment box with all the gory details such as your email address and items desired and we can go on from there. Just remember, with every fanzine purchase you make you are helping a needy man fulfill his wildest dreams, and helping the economy too because every buck received will no doubt go to a Forced Exposure order or ebay auction of my liking!

BLACK TO COMM #14-Early 1989. Featuring part one of the Ron Asheton interview, a nice though could be much better given all the information discovered since piece on the Deviants, an article on Peter Laughner's Cinderella Backstreet, the Seeds and Charlemagne Palestine. $8.00

BLACK TO COMM #16-Found a few of these out 'n about I'd sure like to get rid of. Contains Rudolph Grey interview, Laughing Hyenas, clippings etc regarding Peter Laughner on the 10th anniversary of his death along with an old Laughner interview with Lou Reed from the early-seventies, Electric Eels lyrics, Brian Sands and loads more. You get either the first or second edition of this one for $8.00.

BLACK TO COMM #17-Early '90. The first of the "big" issues (74 pages) has a cover story/interview with Scott Morgan and Gary Rasmussen from the old Scott Morgan band. Also inside's an interview with Borbetomagus' Donald Miller as well as one, skimpy at that, with Maureen Tucker, not to mention pieces on Fish Karma (who I liked until hearing his overly-preachy kiss kiss moosh anti-gun song entitled "God Bless The NRA"), the Dogs (from Detroit, not the French ones or the Flamin' Groovies for that matter!), Rocket From the Tombs (with loads of old photos and the like, some never seen before or since!), the top 25 of heavy metal, METAL MACHINE MUSIC, a piece on the then-new proto-punk reissues and archival digs of the day and the usual reviews and news. $10.00.

BLACK TO COMM #19-Features interviews with Miriam Linna and Jeff Clayton (Antiseen), plus Joe Meek, Pink Fairies, fanzine history, Lester Bangs, Dictators/MC5 live, Rob Tyner obit, Umela Hmota and the Czech underground rock scene of the seventies, Elvis Presley, Lester Bangs and plenty more!-$10.00.

BLACK TO COMM #20-Mick Farren, Mike Snider, Craig Moore (Gone) and Adny Shernoff interviews, Roky Erickson interview and general update, Seeds, DENIM DELINQUENT, Shadows of Knight, New York Dolls, Richard Meltzer, Gories, Lenny Kaye, MX-80 Sound and tons of essay length reviews etc. 118 pages!-$10.00

BLACK TO COMM #21-From November '94. A VON LMO cover story and interview grace this ish, as do interviews with Metal Mike Saunders, Brian McMahon (Electric Eels) and rockabilly star Ronnie Dawson, plus you can read much-desired items on the Trashmen, Velvet Underground and Hawkwind like I knew you would! Not to mention a piece on the infamous TEENAGE WASTELAND GAZETTE fanzine! $9.00.

BLACK TO COMM #24- Features an interview with Doug Snyder of DAILY DANCE/Sick Dick and the Volkswagens fame, plus interviews with the Dogs (Detroit) and Greg Shaw, a piece on the old CAN'T BUY A THRILL fanzine and the usual feature-length reviews and the like. $9.00.

BLACK TO COMM #25-The latest (December 2003), 162 pages brimming with such goodies as a New York City Scene history (featuring interviews with Max's Kansas City's Peter Crowley and Ruby Lynn Reyner from Ruby and the Rednecks plus pieces on coverboys the New York Dolls and VARIETY scene-booster Fred Kirby), an interview with J. D. King (Coachmen, comix) plus one with guitarist Lou Rone, who would probably be best known to you as leader of the early CBGB-era band Cross as well as one-time guitarist for both Kongress and VON LMO, Also, the Screamin' Mee-Mees, CRETINOUS CONTENTIONS, Simply Saucer rare photos, family tree and complete gigography up until their reunion, rare fanzines of the Golden Age (and more), tons of book and record reviews (which make up the bulk of this ish!), plus a CD with live Simply Saucer 1975, the Coachmen, The Battleship, Ethel with David Nelson Byers and Ruby and the Rednecks. $12.00

Also have some Cee-Dees that came with the now-out of print issue #22 (featuring Carnal Kitchen, Simply Saucer, Rockin Blewz [Metal Mike Saunders 1969!], Umela Hmota II & III, Backsnider, Milk, Dom, Brian McMahon [x-Electric Eels] and Moving Parts [Erik Lindgren w/various Mission of Burma]...). Can part with 'em for $6.00 each or, if you ask me nice enough, slip one into your already bountiful order for free!).

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