Review of The Electric Slugs, Join the Slugfest -- as seen in ... BAXTERS

The Philadelphia Spirit Experiment is a grass-roots organization with one goal, bringing out the goodness of mankind. A very good idea for sure. How they want to do this is through music. They have a series of seven musical projects (now eight and growing) where the players have attempted to remove their inhibitions from the music making process. All the music and lyrics are written and recorded live.

The initial results are music with meaning for all tastes. They sent me a tape from "The Electric Slugs, Join the Slugfest." This is some interesting music. I was expecting something different, and that's what I got. This tape is rock and roll that has it's moments. I enjoy it at times because it is so different and done the way I'd like to do music -- just grab the instruments and start doing it. Don't take that the wrong way either, these people can play their instruments. They just let it flow and have fun. If your into interesting things and like trying new and unusual music, check this out. Write and ask for a catalog.

P.O. Box 994
Blue Bell, PA 19422

Gee ... that's awful nice of you to say. The rest of the band was honored, too ... especially Captain Figment.

Hey, Capn'? Did you ever hear back from Lazlow?

Hey Laz, did you get the tape of The Electric Slugs???

Just listened to it this morning. Great percussion.

Have you had a chance to check out our web pages?

And, what is "The Underground Network"?

I announced it on my show a week ago.

The Underground Network is:
WFAL 101.1 Cape Cod Mass
WRGL 94.1 Nashville Tenn
KDRE 101.1 Little Rock Ark
107.1 KFTH Memphis Tenn
WWCP 96.7 Albany NY
103.9 WIBF Philadelphia Penn
WMRW 98.5 Hamptons-LI
and the original 92.7 WDRE in NY, NY

Capn', C. Moore, Baxters, and Lazlow:

Congratulations C. Moore and Capn'! Four of your tunes have made it onto the party-tape compilation, Havin' A Ytrap. And, I am happy to report that the response has been very favorable. Maybe now you will be able to eat again.

Since only 2 of the songs Baxters and Lazlow heard are on the new album, would you two be interested in checking it out? ... to be continued ... in The Rock N' Roll Romper Room