2. Song: Loose , Artist: Boris , Album: Dronevil: Final (Inoxia)
3. Song: Bela Lugosi's Dead , Artist: Bauhaus , Album: Left of the Dial: Dispatches from the '80s Underground (Rhino)
- Four-disc boxed set on the excellent Rhino label. Also includes tracks by Dinosaur Jr., Throbbing Gristle, R.E.M., Depeche Mode, Ministry, Bad Brains, Jane's Addiction, Cocteau Twins, Butthole Surfers, Dead Kennedys, Mission of Burma, New Order, Black Flag, and many more.
4. Song: If You're a Wizard, Then Why Do You Wear Glasses? , Artist: Liars , Album: They Were Wrong, So We Drowned (Mute)
5. Song: Greasy Spoon , Artist: Throbbing Gristle , Album: Part Two: Endless Not (Mute)
- First album from Throbbing Gristle in over 20 years. The new album is a mixed affair, akin more to 20 Jazz Funk Greats than any of the Report albums. Most noticeable are the clean production values and Genesis P-Orridge's attempts to actually sing, where he falls flat most of the time, except on "Lyre Liar". All in all, kind of so-so; I'm just glad it's not an absolute stinkbomb, although the cover art is terrible. Tracks like this one, along with the opener "Vow of Silence", are great though.
6. Song: Lynch , Artist: Dälek , Album: Abandoned Language (Ipecac)
7. Song: Danse Macabre , Artist: Celtic Frost , Album: Morbid Tales (Metal Blade)
8. Song: The Crossing , Artist: Amps for Christ , Album: Every Eleven Seconds (5 Rue Christine) 9: Song: Lily, Henry, and The Willow Trees , Artist: Marissa Nadler , Album: The Saga of Mayflower May (Eclipse)