Unknown Source, Summer 1990 --------------------------- Danzig Gets Retro Speaking of fellow inhabitants from the Super Mario Brothers plane of existence, along comes Lodi, N.J.'s Glenn Danzig. Presumptuously titled Danzig II: Lucifuge (Def American/Geffen), the ex-Misfits's sophomore solo outing finds Glenn ditching his Damned collection, settling down for a plate of Kentucky fried '70s retro with studio wunderkind Rick (Slayer) Rubin and coming away like Black Oak Arkansas on steriods. Unlike the pump-muscled riffarama of his eponymously titled '88 debut, the majority of 'Luciwhathis' material seems unfocused and plodding, lacking the raucous physicality this unit yields live. In short, it's decent, if confused. The fiery "Long Way Back From Hell" and melancholy "Devil's Plaything" are clear standouts.