Sunday's Child's "Solitaire" is a hard-edged pop-alternative near-anthem.
"Cathedral" is Soma Holiday's nineties spin on ABC/Culture Club-era pop.
Eye to Eye delivers "Arkanska," an R&B ska-lite entry.
La Touche' fiddles its way through danceable alternative cajun country pop on "Waltz of the Little One."
"She Says" is a crafted, soft, airy alternative pop song from Wookin' Pa Nub.
Athens, GA's Vigilantes of Love open with an infectious groove that diffuses into a steadier beat on "Freight Train to Nowhere."
"Hindsight" is somewhat funky, mid-tempo alternative from Fiddle While It Burns.
"Uncle John's Funk" is Cheap Cookies' funky, punky, loud entry.
Stick Man's "Story" is a powerful, aggressive, 20-minute, punk/alternative metal music experience jammed into 3:13.
"What in the World" is a powerful, catchy, top-notch, worth-hearing, Simple Minds-ish tune from White Out.
Klipspringer's "Cliffhanger" is slightly alternative pop with an attitude.
Empty Grave's "Shatter Your World" is a buzzing, humming, meandering musical journey.
The Call's Michael Been delivers "We Know Too Much" in his trademark powerful, eventful, uncategorizably rocking way.
Sandbox's "15" is Dylan-meets-R.E.M., soft-touch pop-alternative.
Pietzsche Nietzsche's "Vegetable Matter" is well-performed, odd, lurching, rough-edged, Elvis-and-Weird Al-do-alternative.
What Dogs Dream About's "Lemonade" is like rough-hewn Flock of Seagulls.
You'll recognize the big-time moves on "Motivator," Perfect Tommy's slick techno dance track.
"Jester's Crown" is "She Blinded Me with Science"-era Thomas Dolby-style pop from Every Eye Closed.
Pipeline closes the disc with songwriting-and-strong vocals-driven strummer "Back to Life."