1994 compilation of Tulsa, Oklahoma bands assembled by BROTHER INFERIOR's ginger haired axeman. There was a time in the '90s that this armpit of a suburban wasteland with a history drenched in race wars, native oppression and cultural nothingness was a crucial stop for touring acts, and the shows were fukkn amazing. Many of the bands on this tape (and the members of those bands) were the reason for those killer shows - BROTHER INFERIOR were at the center of it all (though they deliver easily the most dispensable track on the tape), while their proteges BOB OF TRIBES shocked us all with their teenage skills when they toured the states in support of BROTHER INFERIOR. The grandaddys of Tulsa hardcore (N.O.T.A.) reunited in 199something, and contributed two songs to this compilation (not up the the standard set by their '80s releases, but two excellent tracks, and Jeff's voice still has that certain indefinable something), while fellow oldsters ILLEGITIMATE SONS OF JACKIE O turn their psychedelic punk shits into pure rocking magic, complete with Dan hootin' and hollerin' like a damn fool over his own guitar leads. SONS side project CHRISTMAS are represented, as are 9 IRON, THE LEPERS, (good) ska from THE REFRESHMENTS, Escape veterans CONCEPT OF NONSENSE and the brilliantly named THE KIDS WHO NEVER LEARNED HOW TO COLOUR INSIDE THE LINES, who were one of my favorite live bands at the time. MATT TAYLOR (would have been college rock in a different world, but instead is just good lo-fi introspective music), THOSE FUCKERS (surprise song on the tape - it's a weird dance thing, but recorded like a punk song, and it rules) and ELFWARE (noise offshoot of the criminally undersung WELFARE) round out the lineup....and now that you know what you are in for, I suggest you start downloading and prepare yourself for a trip to the place that was, at the time of this tape's release and according to it's license plates, "OK."