This Week In Music (4/30-5/6)

This week in music listening, featuring patent-pending two-word reviews:

Redd Kross: Neurotica – kitsch pop
Ministry: Dark Side of the Spoon – auto pilot
Kix: Blow My Fuse – acceptably derivative
Rush: Feedback – uninspired retreads
Mudhoney: Here Comes Sickness – Best of BBC Recordings – raw bursts
Juliana Hatfield: Bed – quirky pop
Funkadelic: Hardcore Jollies – glorified demos
The Desert Sessions: Volumes 3 & 4 – true stoner
Robert Pollard: The Crawling Distance – psych-rock gems
The Jim Carroll Band: I Write Your Name – new-wave poetry
L.A. Guns: Cocked & Loaded – hair/glam classic
Medicine: Her Highness – blissed-out trippiness
Slaughter: Stick It to Ya – superior musicianship
Stereolab: Margerine Eclipse – groovy Frenchness
Survivor: Greatest Hits – montage heavy
Tindersticks: Can Our Love… – mellow weirdness
Monster Truck 005: Singles – indecipherable noise-rock