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BLAM! 2

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The second BLAM! CD-ROM was released in 1995. Whereas the first CD had pretensions to being a digital zine, the second abandoned that premise and became what it truly was: art. Wired reviewed this disk too: "BLAM!2 — a CD-ROM that's a cross between a guerrilla art project and an online zine — is so seductive, colorful, and goddamned loud it all but obliterates the original BLAM! disc."

A few favorite contributors (namely Rita Ackermann and Richard Kern) remained, but mostly BLAM! 2 veered toward the expressionist. It was like a German woodcut on CD-ROM. Highlights included Do-It-Yourself Gynecology (illustrated, of course), I Love My Pets But I Hate You, and W.A.R.: A Wook At Wacism, a "graphical exploration of the grassroots propaganda of America's most feared rhetorician, Tom Metzger, leader of the White Aryan Resistance."

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