New York’s underground rock lab breeds bands charged with the city’s abrasive energy. Although Manhattan on the Rocks is short on originality — save for the wonderful, muttering-in-the-corner weirdness of Ism and Big Stick — this stirring sampler probes Nirvana grunge (Stigmata A Go Go), industrial dance (Emergency Broadcast Network), and punk (False Prophets) with skill and enthusiasm. B
Manhattan On the Rocks New York's underground rock lab breeds bands charged with the city's abrasive energy. Although Manhattan on the Rocks is short on...Manhattan On the RocksRock New York's underground rock lab breeds bands charged with the city's abrasive energy. Although Manhattan on the Rocks is short on...1993-02-19
Genre: Rock; Lead Performer: Various Artists; Producer (group): Pow Wow
Posted February 19 1993 — 12:00 AM EST
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