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U.S. Rocker, September 1995

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U.S. Rocker was Northeast Ohio’s largest circulation, hard-rock and underground music monthly, with 10,000 copies distributed every month during the 1990s.

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Cover artist

Derek Hess

Interviews

Ed Hall, Meshuggah, Primitive, Misery Loves Company

Album reviews

Dirty Three, Young Gods, August Rain, Back Alley Crisis, Beowulf, Simon Bonney, Brujeria, Buck-O-Nine, Clutch, Coroner, Doctor Nerve, Earth Eighteen, Elph, Coil, Extrema, Face Value, Fight, Fun-Da-Mental, Gem, Half Japanese, Into Another, Kids, Kreator, Mordred, Mushroomhead, New York Loose, N.I.L.8, Peter Murphy, Shades Apart, Shelter, Sometime Sweet Susan, Speedball, Stanford Prison Experiment, Joe Stump, Swans, Sweet Diesel, Swivelneck, The Tea Party, Techno Animal, Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments, Thumper, Toenut, Toxic Reasons, Trance To The Sun, Tresor 3, Truck Stop Love, The Veronica Cartwrights, Warrior Soul, Whale, more

Live reviews

Morphine Angel, Sacrosanct, Minstrels Of Enchantment, Cult Of The Psychic Foetus, Young Gods, Die Krupps, Studio-A-Rama, Ramones, Hatrix, Ritual, Disengage, Golden, Big New Plaid, more

Columnists

Mike Kole, Steve Wainstead

Contributing writers

High Ally, Keith Bergman, Craig Bobby, Sean Carnage, P.J. Costello, Delerium, Gene Dixon, Neal Filsinger, Sum Guy Fu, Eric Michael Hermann, Martin F. Lance, Justin Husher, Ron Kretsch, Brenda Mullen, Sasha I. Nyktos, Scott Pastorell, Peanuts, Jim Plank, Steve Bostwick, Peter Risser, Mason Boor, Andrew Somlyo, Joe Stankiewicz

Photographer

Rob Banks, Anastasia Pantsios

Page count

12

Delivery method

PDF Download, Printed edition