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Our goal: to give you music reviews in 20 words or less.

Our rules: no limits on genre or time period; no censorship; hyphenated words count as one word.

Our rating system: simple: 0 to 5 Ritalin tablets in increments of 1/2; 0 is "coaster material" while 5 is "classic."

Our history: as with all good web sites, the idea for ADDreviews was conceived at a party... see corey's recollection of that fateful night.

Our people: we range from 25-28 years old; between the four of us, we have most genres covered; see below for more about us.

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Chris started acting in the fifth grade. He landed a non-speaking role as tooth decay in a Randall Elementary production on dental hygiene. He followed up the critical success by trying out for the part of Hansel in Hansel & Gretel. After his reading, the teacher offered him the job of stage manager, and gave the lead (and kissing scene with Gretel) to his best friend.

Chris never recovered, and that was the start of a long downward slide that ended in high school as an unhealthy obsession with Twisted Sister.

Fully recovered, today Chris live in Fredericksburg, VA with his wife, two kids, two dogs, one snake, and a leased horse that is boarded off site. When he is not working, driving the kids to one of their many social activities, or coaching youth basketball or baseball, he plays disc golf, listens to music, tries to be funny on his weblog, and watches movies in the basement. Genre Specialties: 80's metal, roots rock, folk.


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corey divides his time equally between work and play. he gets along well with others, and doesn't run with scissors. often. he gets excellent marks in the following subjects: bikes, blogs, shiny objects, raping, pillaging, and punk rock. needs improvement in: paying attention in class, talking in class, personal hygiene, plundering.

Genre specialties: pirate dirges, indie, punk, emo, screamo, hardcore, alt-country, math rock, noise, squeaks, buzzes.

Please, please write to


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When Laze was in second grade, he would sit in his cousin's bedroom when he visited his aunt's house. His cousin would spin underground Philly hip-hop, and from that point on, Laze was hooked. As time went on, he expanded his horizons into reggae (creating and maintaining Half Pint's official web site as well as writing for the international Reggae Report) and other genres. He's written reviews for print and online publications for over a decade and has managed to finagle his way into interviews with some of his musical idols.

Laze is also an emcee and hip-hop producer. While P. Diddy has stolen the limelight, Laze still hopes, someday, to be as successful as Brian Bonsall or Brice Beckham. Until that day comes, he's an ADDreviewer.

Genre specialties: hip-hop, reggae, electronica, classic jazz, free jazz, free love, free mumia, avant garde noise, turntablism, classic blues, and occasionally some metal.

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LitClique thinks he's managed his entire life to rise above music geek hopelessness, but he does own all of the great seminal works of many major scenes and he'll yap into your ear about them for hours on end. Don't let him. You won't know to claw your ears out fast enough.

Currently residing in Richmond, Virginia (renown as the capitol of both thumb-in-butt "art" bands and chemically-cranked noise), LitClique weathers financial disaster daily only a pop, skitch, and a thump away at a fine record store. When the weather's nice and he's not too stuffed with banana splits and unsweetened ice tea, our man amuses himself standing stone-still at a disorganized indie rock show or mixing it up hardcore at an ill-conceived dance night. If none of that's happening, find him viddying a horrorshow or whining about something trivial. One day he hopes to market a religion in which Bill Hicks is God and Bjork is the Goddess to hipster bastards.

Genre specialties: High-concept satire, low-brow dick jokes, unpop dance music, drug rock, post-punk, pre-punk, and, still!, even a little metal

Dance on his doorknocker at Reach into his mind here.


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Rodeo Rob

Rodeo Rob lives in a not-so swinging bachelor pad in Washington DC. When he's not aiding and abetting the nation's energy woes for a big publishing company, he spends his time thinking about why both the Redskins and Orioles are apparently going to suck for the next 15 or so years. That, and he spends an unhealthy amount of time listening to American roots music, including (gasp!) country, folk, and other such genres.

Send love, hate mail to:

Rodeo Rob

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Scott does not get along well with others. Scott's cousin did not spin underground Philly hip-hop. Scott does not mix it up hardcore at an ill-conceived dance night. Scott does not think about why the Redskins and the Orioles suck. Scott likes to watch movies. Scott likes to listen to music. Scott likes to read books. Scott Lives in Farmville, VA with his wife and two cats. Scott teaches high-school Government. Scott likes to wear black.

Genre specialties: Metal (all varieties-excluding nu-metal and rap-Metal), Hardcore, Crust, Punk, Post-punk, Grind, Classic Rock

E-mail offers of "favors" to:

Rodeo Rob

Review Count:       (259)

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