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Welcome to Prime-Choice
Written by Vando   
Sunday, 25 September 2005
It is a day some of us thought would never come; the day that Prime-Choice entered a new era online in a format that you, the reader, and we, the idiots, may connect in a place that is easy to update and easier to find the content you're looking for.

Having started as a printed magazine in Southeastern Connecticut in 1992, Prime-Choice quickly propelled from a small, local music magazine to a less-small regional one, and eventually to the international (and more cost effective) site you see before you today.

Prime-Choice is and was the brain child and outlet of Roger Lotring, now a featured writer for Metal Edge magazine. He's been gullible enough to allow the likes of others (including myself) to put his talents at the art of the interview to task, really just to amuse the hell out of all of us.

We hope you enjoy it.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 28 September 2005 )
Vince Neil of Mötley Crüe
Written by Roger Lotring   
Wednesday, 07 July 1999
“I told Nikki one night, ‘Man, we’ve gotta be great to fuckin’ follow [the Scorpions],’” says vocalist Vince Neil with a hearty laugh. “They’re no slouches, man—they’re one of my favorite bands!” 

If Vince had any reservations about the ability of his band to generate onstage excitement in the wake of performing following the Scorpions, they were certainly unfounded. Attacking the stage each night with a savage ferocity on the Maximum Rock tour, Mötley Crüe blazed with the reckless abandon of a band determined to wreak rock and roll havoc on their audience.

Last Updated ( Monday, 03 October 2005 )
Blackie Lawless of W.A.S.P.
Written by Roger Lotring   
Thursday, 01 June 2000
Primal in appeal, something about the defiant exhilaration of shouting “fuck” out loud is gloriously cathartic, inherently rebellious against societal mediocrity and repression. The same can be just as readily said of W.A.S.P., a band that has been a mouthful of spit in the proverbial face of complacency since its inception. Profane, and yet thought-provoking in appeal, W.A.S.P. perfectly captures the sound of raging ferocity, with a lyrical intensity that reflects infinite sides of human nature.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 29 September 2005 )
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