Alternative Press, March '96, page 13 ---------------------------- [Full of errors...] (There's an old Misfits band shot at the top with a caption that reads "Every Day Is Halloween") Caroline Records is giving the world some real punk rock with its schedule of re-releases from the highly influential New Jersey punk band the Misfits. In November, Collection II was released, featuring tracks from their incredibly sought-after 7-inch singles. On February 27, the label will issue Box Set, a limited edition of five compact disks in an elaborate coffin-shaped plastic box with faux velour lining. The disks will contain every track officially commited to tape(104 songs completely remastered) in various demo and alternate versions(35 in total including a band version of leader Glenn Danzig's solo single "Spook City, USA") as well as Static Age, the group's original late-1978 debut album that was shelved in favor of the live Walk Among Us, and the oft-bootlegged Master Sound Productions studio sessions. The coffin set will also have a 28-page booklet with never-before-printed lyrics, a complete discography, liner notes by former 'Fits/Samhain/Danzig bassist Eerie Von, and an enamel Misfits Fiend Club badge. Truly an artifact for underground braineaters of all ages.