"The latest, 162 pages brimming with such goodies as a New York City Scene history (featuring interviews with Maxs Kansas Citys 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, the Screamin Mee-Mees, CRETINOUS CONTENTIONS, Simply Saucer rare photos, family tree and gigography, 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. I think its the best issue so far.. - Chris Stigliano. With the return of one of the most informative and longest running fanzines out there, editor Chris Stigliano continues his obsession with the arcane minutia of the pre-punk obscuro-underground (musicians AND writers), sub-No New York no wave (more often than not pertaining to Von Lmo) and other high energy sounds. All issues are very highly recommended! Restocked (#25 is from 2003).