This website has been archived for historical purposes.
The Membrane Domain
Rock and Roll-Over First?
This is a rare opportunity to view a microcosm of
how the "music business" ought to operate ... how it looks from
inside. What lies behind these
links are email, phone calls, faxes, and letters that have been
converted into web pages. The plot is real life. Bands trying
to get signed. Record companies looking for future revenue.
Souls finding each other and creating together.
Guests in the romper room include: record companies, management companies,
band members, media types, members of the
Think-Tank and maybe
The Rock n' Roll Romper Room Roster
About The Roster
Following is a list of the players, their Romper Room icon, and their hobbies.
Their icon will always appear before they speak.
If you forget who they are, just come here.
The icon has two parts.
The top half is unique to the individual -- a personal identity.
The bottom half represents their hobby, like a little record for
a record company ... or a radio tower for ... no, you guess.
on the icon in the Romper Room will reveal a somewhat relevant
surprise: a sight, a sound, a special trip. As far as anyone can
tell, there are no two surprises that are exactly the same ... so
go krazy clickin'.
The other purpose of the links behind the icons is to give you
background info. The link might help you see the big picture a little
better using sights, text, sound or video.
Here's Whatz Knew
The Labyrinth (new multi-media)
The Legal Axemen Movement
featuring"The Fish" of Country Joe and the Fish
Snake Handling Immortal Tongue Speakers
S. O. S. (new music)
Directory to the Rock N' Roll Romper Room
Page 1 Honey Bane, Mercury Records, Digital Yoda,
Page 2 Sup-Pop Records, C. Moore Teetes,
Dmitry, The Renegade, and Bob.
Page 3 Zoth Ommog, Webdrone, Captain Figment,
Miguel, Lazlow, and G?
Page 4 Aqua Mann, The Reverend, EMI Records,
Page 5 Prospective Records,
Todd Culman, Zou-Lou, Baxters', Nate and V.I.P's