May 19, 1994

Beverly Hills Cop III (free preview screening)

The first Axel Foley adventure was a perfect blend of action and comedy. Originally written as a vehicle for Sylvester Stallone, Sly passed on Beverly Hills Cop and made Cobra instead. Beverly Hills Cop II, directed by Tony Scott (Top Gun), is much more serious, and Cop III, directed by John Landis, is just awful. Landis has successfully blended comedy with horror (An American Werewolf In London), but this comedy-action hybrid stinks.

May 6, 1994

N's Sixty Minute Mix (#13)

Heavily influenced by my internship at WFNX and my newly found interest in "alternative" music.
SIDE A
  1. "I Just Wanna Get Along" The Breeders
  2. "Big Time Sensuality" Bjork
  3. "If I Ever Lose My Faith In You" Sting
  4. "Linger" The Cranberries
  5. "Harborcoat" R.E.M.
  6. "Geppetto" Belly
  7. "Black Metallic" Catherine Wheel
SIDE B
  1. "20 Flight Rock" The Backbeat Band
  2. "Close To Me" The Cure
  3. "Return To Sender" Elvis Presley
  4. "The Break" Soul Asylum
  5. "All Apologies" Nirvana
  6. "Alone" Pearl Jam
  7. "Trout" Neneh Cherry & Michael Stipe
  8. "In The Name of the Father" Gavin Friday & Bono
(Maxell 60 minute cassette)