1995 was marked by many more releases and an overall sense of contentment. It was a good time to be doing the indie thing. Local sales were booming, and cool releases continued to come out. One of these, a 7" by Pop Sickle entitled "1977 Owner's Manual" was the first release put out by -ism from an out-of-state band. Other releases were:


• Todd Grant - "Strangled Soul"
• Stew - "Lower"
• Fun Chicken - "I'm Drinking Your Spinal Fluid"
• The Sissies - "Songs from the Sack"
• Plastik Trumpet - "Are You P.T.?"
• Frontier Trust - "Speed Nebraska"
• Honeyboy Turner Band - "Live at the Zoo"
• Ritual Device - "Trademark of Quality"

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