Bibliography Published
Reviews: T.R.A.S.H. (SP 4870). Billboard, 80. 1981-8-15
The Roxy, Los Angeles. Sylvie Simmons. Sounds. 1980-2
Hollywood Tubes (photo). Cash Box, 56. 1979-10-6
Tubes Play in Rain to Enthusiastic Central Park Crowd. Jeffrey Peisch. Record World, 55. 1979-9-1
Talent In Action. Billboard, 91:35. 1979-8-18
Tubes Live! (photo). Cash Box, 16. 1979-8-18
Records: Remote Control. Rolling Stone, 295:74. 1979-7-12
Records: Remote Control. Hi Fi/Mus Am, 29:112-13. 1979-6
Love's a Mystery (I Don't Understand) (2149) Reviews. Record World, 20. 1979-6-30
Love's a Mystery (I Don't Understand) (2149) Reviews. Cash Box, 18. 1979-6-23
Caught In the Act. Melody Maker, 54:33. 1979-5-26
Talent in Action. Roman Kozak. Billboard, 91:29. 1979-5-12
More Music, Less Hokum By Tubes. Ed Harrison. Billboard, 91:35. 1979-4-21
Concert Reviews. Variety, 294:70. 1979-4-11
Remote Control (SP 4751) Reviews. Billboard, 98. 1979-3-17
Albums: Remote Control. Melody Maker, 54:32. 1979-3-17
Remote Control (SP 4751) Reviews. Record World, 24. 1979-3-17
Remote Control (SP 4751) Reviews. Cash Box, 17. 1979-3-17
Prime Time (2120) Reviews. Cash Box, 20. 1979-3-3
Prime Time (2120) Reviews. Record World, 24. 1979-2-24
The Tubes. B. Doerschuk. Contemporary Keyboard, 4:8-10. 1978-8
The Tubes: Palladium, NYC. Rolling Stone, 68. 1978-6-1
Performance. Rolling Stone, 266:68. 1978-6-1
Show Me a Reason (2037) review. Record World, 26. 1978-5-6
Strangling the Tubes. Melody Maker, 53:3. 1978-4-15
Tubes Light Up Hollywood. H. Kubernik. Melody Maker, 53:6. 1978-3-11
Talent In Action. Kevin Merrill. Billboard, 90:73. 1978-3-11
Albums: What Do You Want From Live. Melody Maker, 53:20. 1978-2-18
What Do You Want From Live (SP 6003) review. Record World, 28. 1978-2-25
Concert Reviews. Variety, 289:72. 1977-12-14
Hammersmith Odeon, London. Paul Rambali. NME. 1977-11
It's a Mad, Mad Band. A. Jones. Melody Maker, 52:36-7. 1977-11-5
Caught In the Act. Melody Maker, 52:14. 1977-11-19
What Is Our Role in the Universe? Mick Farren. NME. 1977-10
Records: Now. Crawdaddy, 76:76. 1977-9
Records: Now. Rolling Stone, 245:69. 1977-8-11
Talent In Action. Billboard, 89:42. 1977-6-2
Now (SP 4632) review. Record World, 21. 1977-5-21
Albums: Now. Melody Maker, 52:25. 1977-5-21
Tubes LP Flies Using New Design. Billboard, 5. 1977-5-28
Groove Tubes. Chris Welch. Melody Maker, 52:13. 1977-4-16
Talent in Action. Kevin Merrill. Billboard, 89:48. 1977-4-2
Records: Young and Rich. Creem, 8:59. 1976-9
Portrait. Creem, 81:43. 1976-7
Tubes at the Garden of Eden, Can They Sell It Out? Joel Selvin. Circus. 1976-7
The 'Cisco Kids. M. Oldfield. Melody Maker, 51:32. 1976-7-3
Records: Young and Rich. Rolling Stone, 216:67. 1976-7-1
Concert Reviews. Variety, 283:60. 1976-6-9
Talent Forum a Springboard For the Tubes. Billboard, 88:32. 1976-6-26
Young and Rich (SP 4580) review. Record World, 24. 1976-5-8
Young and Rich. Richard Cromelin. Phonograph Record. 1976-5
Concert Reviews. Variety, 282:64. 1976-4-28
Who's In the Garage Here?! A Tempestuous Tubes Travelogue. Crawdaddy, 57:33-6. 1976-2
The Next Best Thing to Almost Being There. Creem, 7:50-1. 1976-1
Who's Who In San Francisco. Melody Maker, 50:14-5. 1975-12-27
Performance. Rolling Stone, 200:102. 1975-11-20
Concert Reviews. Variety, 280:64. 1975-11-5
The Tubes. M. Orth. Newsweek, 86:83. 1975-11-10
New Acts. Variety, 281:60. 1975-11-12
Caught In the Act America. Melody Maker, 50:26-7. 1975-11-29
Records: the Tubes. Creem, 7:69. 1975-9
Tubes Trip. H. Kubernik. Melody Maker. 50:22. 1975-9-20
Records; the Tubes. Rolling Stone, 196:107-8. 1975-9-25
The Tubes: What Do They Want From Life? A. Peck. Rolling Stone, 196:9. 1975-9-25
Ideal For Vidisks: the Colorful Tubes. John Sippel. Billboard, 87:46. 1975-8-16
The Tubes Are Tops At the Roxy. Ben Edmonds. Record World, 30. 1975-7-12
The Roxy, Los Angeles. Richard Cromelin. Phonograph Record. 1975-7
Caught in the Act America. Melody Maker, 50:54. 1975-7-12
The Tubes (SP 4534) review. Record World, 18. 1975-7-5
The Tubes (SP 4534). Billboard, 87:63. 1975-7-5
The Tubes/Light Year. Keystone, Berkeley. Jack McDonough. Billboard, 87:67. 1975-3-15