Right now I'm trapped!... between a "rock" and a hard place. I hold in my hands one of the best looking cassette box covers featuring some sweetest cheeks I've seen. I'm not necessarily offended that they not only ripped of Bruce Springsteen's hot selling album title and cover or the entire promotional campaign, but disappointed with the tape itself.
I know that I'm an optimist, and I know that this product is average for a loop-collection kind of tape. But somehow I'm left totally frustrated.
The framework with which this tape is based is also a satire of TV'S At The Movies called (what else?) At The Videos featuring "Gene Fiscle and Rodger Eggbert". The cuts they feature are a compilation of old loops, videos and whatever else they could get their hands on to get this tape out in a hurry and capture a free ride on the Boss' Glory Days express. Meanwhile, the TV satire is much better done in the recent Rated Sex.
A rip off, yes, but with new footage of Kari Foxx and Herschel Savage along with a few good old loops, I liked some of Porn In the U.S.A.. But it's still a case where the contents does not match up to the packaging. And that's not fair.