May 042018


Be the “Fan-Cam Operator” in your city! If you think I look totally awesome, you can look totally awesome too. I will mail you this gear, you GoPro video the Andrew W.K. show, you mail the gear to the next party animal. Simple, yet still party.

Details and signup are in our discord chatroom.

DISCLAIMER: Despite how official I look this is not official in any way, shape, or form. We are a group of dopey fans looking to have a good time. We hope you join in on the good times too!






UPDATE: 5/4/18


DEADLINES: Saturday, May 5, 2018

The first opportunity for a videographer to film will be May 9th. In order to have everything prepared by then, the goal of 10 volunteers need to be signed up & all equipment needs to be purchased by THIS SATURDAY! 5/5/18 (get it? 55)

[X] – Project outlined. Gotta start somewhere! The idea & ambition is half the battle!

[ ] – 10 people signup for filming the show. As of 5/1/18 there are 6 out 10 people that have signed up.

[ ] – Videographers contact the venue they plan to video at to see if venue charges extra to record audio and/or video. They will indicate their findings on the Google document.

[ ] – Schedule (based on Google Doc) will be sent to Andrew and touring manager so they can notify venues to allow us any permissions needed to video.

[ ] – Videographers and supporters who want to contribute $ will choose which camera and harness from the list above (Use Google Doc).

[ ] – Crowdfunding begins using a transparent service/or person that everyone is comfortable with.

[ ] – Once the monetary goal has been met, equipment will be purchased and shipped to the first videographer.

[ ] – Videographer films concert, uploads footage, mails equipment out to next videographer.

[ ] – After tour completion one videographer or $ supporter will be chosen at random to win the equipment initially purchased by the group.

Referenced Google Doc

Apr 202018

New Discord Chat Room

Dear Partier,

You may remember a small corner of the internet where Andrew W.K. fans congregated and partied often. When the official Andrew W.K. forum closed many moons ago the wolves never stopped howling. But it did leave the non-casual AWK fans having to associate themselves with the casual AWK fans. Or worse, integrating in real life with the rest of society. –ewww



Do you have trouble relating to others due to your fanatical AWK fandom? Do you have nobody to talk to about it? Do you feel alone?

You’re Not Alone!

These symptoms are easily treated with 20 minutes of exposure per day to the Andrew W.K. Discord Server. Not only is it good for your soul, but the shiny new chat room is packed with fellow nerd-friends you can geek out party with.






Oct 112017

The Party Party Party Podcast is a brand new podcast where friends of Andrew W.K. get together and have FUN! You are invited to our party where everything from the lighthearted to the deeper aspects of Andrew W.K.’s world are explored. While listening you will feel like you’re hanging out with some of your buddies. Like them, sometimes it’s insightful, sometimes it’s compelling, and sometimes it’s totally stupid. The party starts now!

The Party Party Party Podcast: Episode 2

Zach and Richard discuss Andrew WK’s current tour, our Andrew WK “lineage” and “finding your passion”.

As discussed near the end of the podcast, here is the video mentioned:

Would you like to be a guest on the next show? Are there topics you would like to hear us discuss? Do you have suggestions on how we can improve? Then please email us at:

 Posted by on October 11, 2017
Oct 052017

The Party Party Party Podcast is a brand new podcast where friends of Andrew W.K. get together and have FUN! You are invited to our party where everything from the lighthearted to the deeper aspects of Andrew W.K.’s world are explored. While listening you will feel like you’re hanging out with some of your buddies. Like them, sometimes it’s insightful, sometimes it’s compelling, and sometimes it’s totally stupid. The party starts now! You can listen and subscribe using the following podcast players

The Party Party Party Podcast on iTunes

The Party Party Party Podcast on Sticher

The Party Party Party Podcast direct RSS Feed


The Party Party Party Podcast: Episode 1

The Party Party Party Podcast and AndrewWKMusic team up for their first collaboration and episode. Zach and Richard discuss Andrew W.K.’s current tour, “getting” Andrew W.K., the elusive definition of party, and much more.

Would you like to be a guest on the next show? Are there topics you would like to hear us discuss? Do you have suggestions on how we can improve? Then please email us at:

 Posted by on October 5, 2017
May 102017

Soon I will be posting this Andrew W.K. German Press Kit with the best translation to English as possible. Stay tuned!

Oct 112016

Andrew W.K. & The Holy Grail

Andrew W.K. Room To Breathe Single

Less than a handful of Andrew W.K. fans have heard this rare single from 1998. It has eluded even the most devoted superfans for almost 20 years. That quest is finally over. For the first time, Andrew Wilkes-Krier’s Room To Breathe is publicly available so fans can finally blast it out their speakers! All you need to do is:

  1. Go to the bottom of this full post
  2. Log in to your account OR become a member (always free)
  3. Click on the album’s name in red found below
  4. If you feel so inclined, please consider donating to our cause

(click here to learn more about why the website needs your help)

So how did I happen upon this gem? I’ll tell you but you’re going to think I’m crazy…

Room To Breathe - Andrew WKGuys, I think I “willed” Room To Breathe to myself. The number one reason I started this website seven years ago was because I love Andrew W.K.’s music. And I wanted as much of it as possible. The age-old dilemma says we want what we cannot have. And the Room To Breathe Single has always been that “can’t have”, that untouchable item, The Holy Grail. There were many, many nights that I would lay in bed picturing this cassette in my mind’s eye. I would focus intensely on it. I would imagine being able to listen to it and what it would feel like to hold in my hands. I did this over the course of a few years. I know, it’s weird. I have a slightly obsessive personality but I do what I like and like what I do.

Years of nothing went by. Then one day out of nowhere it lands in my lap! I was ecstatic. It reminded me of this philosophical concept I once heard about called The Law of Attraction. Was it attracted to me because of my focus and attraction to it? Or was it just happenstance? I don’t have those answers. But as it turns out this was just the beginning, unbeknown to me there was even more. How can a person know what they don’t know? How can you find something you weren’t searching for? I have settled on the only logical answer to that, it’s The Power of Party that’s how!

Please continue to read as I move from my personal experience to what I feel is extremely important Andrew W.K. history. You can find further context to these almost forgotten relics below.

The Evolution of Andrew W.K.’s Music

Andrew W.K. burst into the music industry first in the UK. His debut album, I Get Wet, was released in late 2001. A relatively big army of fans quickly assembled, but more important than their size was their loyalty. This cult-like following dug up whatever information they could at the time. Their discovery easily led them to two previous EPs on Bulb Records (a relatively unknown independent record label). Those EPs featured party rock tracks that fell right in line with what the artist would eventually release on a big label like Island/Def Jam. But those who scratched slightly deeper beneath the surface ended up going into territory that was rather surprising. However, it wasn’t easy. The information available at that time was difficult to come by. Island/Def Jam and Andrew W.K. were incredibly busy promoting and establishing the brand of Andrew W.K. as The Party King. It would be really confusing to the general audience to discover any history that was inconsistent with someone you were just barely getting to know. So my hypothesis is that there was some suppression of information being done by the Island/Def Jam & Andrew W.K. Inc. camps. Despite this, enthusiast and fanpages like came to know Andrew Wilkes-Krier a little better one layer at a time.

Andrew W.K. ContractAndrew Wilkes-Krier grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan. As a teenager, he cycled through a bunch of bands and took on various roles within them. Sometimes playing drums, lending his vocals, or playing the keyboard. He also started a few solo bands & projects. The interesting thing about each of these music entities was that they sounded nowhere near the sound Andrew W.K. was becoming known for. At that time everyone promoted and classified him as kind of a metal guy or even a punk guy (eventually appearing on Warped Tour). So it would have been logical to have discovered him playing in a metal band in high school, but that wasn’t the case. In practically every instance discovered Andrew Wilkes-Krier was collaborating and creating music in the fringe music genre of “noise”. To say the least, it was a large chasm to cross when listening to his past and then listening to his present sound. This may have even been a contributing factor to the swirling rumors about Andrew W.K. being a frontman to a larger brain.

Considering Andrew W.K.’s legal controversies that shadow his career, there probably are elements of truth to the frontman claims. However, I’ve come across the notion several times that there is an office full of ghostwriters that pump out dumb party jams for their dumb party boy & frontman; Andrew W.K.. Of course, this is to feed their heavily market researched demographic of dumb frat boys who like to party. Some conspiracy theorist even make the leap and say this is all orchestrated by the Illuminati, the same organization that bombed the World Trade Center. Seriously WTF? Have none of these conspiracy theorist heard of Occam’s razor before? Anyway, I am happy to present a case, at least from a musical standpoint, how the above notion is most likely untrue. And how Andrew Wilkes-Krier is, in fact, an authentic musical genius! Haha! What a sentence!

Andrew W.K. You Are What You Eat Single

Andrew W.K. You Are What You EatAs stated earlier Andrew worked with a number of musicians throughout high school. The final project he worked on before starting “Andrew W.K.” was a solo project simply titled “Andrew Wilkes-Krier”. The concept was to release two singles and then lead up to a full-length album on Hanson Records. What we actually ended up with had a different outcome.

Hanson Records released the first single, Andrew Wilkes-Krier Room To Breathe in 1998 (catalog# HN45). The cassette is extremely difficult to find due to a limited quantity being issued at its release. The follow-up single was Andrew Wilkes-Krier You Are What You Eat (catalog# HN46). The master recording cassette went missing and therefore it went unreleased. However, Hanson Records owner Aaron Dilloway created and dubbed a one of a kind copy. This cassette had Room To Breathe, You Are What You Eat, and additional tracks on it. Unfortunately it too went missing for almost a decade.

In 2006 an eager AWK fan won the quasi-Roome To Breathe mix cassette from an auction website.  Only it was simply titled “Room To Breathe”.  When the said fan first gave it a spin, it became pleasantly apparent that there were more tracks on it. The additional tracks hinted at something even bigger.

Andrew W.K. Necronomicon Album

That brings us to the last piece of puzzle. Andrew Wilkes-Krier Necronomicon is a full length album that went unreleased on Hanson Records. The reason why a proper release did not occur is still an unknown. However, around the same time Andrew W.K. moved to New York and joined the Bulb Records label. So the project may have simply fizzled out? However, history had other plans, and seems to have chosen to miraculously preserve the LP.

A few years ago a demo cassette for the album turned up and it features 19 glorious tracks. It is reasonable to assume that the additional tracks on that special Room To Breathe cassette were probably also demos for the Necronomicon album. We may never know what the final state of Necronomicon would have been. But we do have a combined amount of 27 demos, equaling 90 minutes of Andrew W.K. Music. With possibly more still to discover?

There is a good chance that AWK enthusiasts have heard about both of the singles. There is a 99.9% chance that this is the first time fans have ever heard about an unreleased LP by Andrew Wilkes-Krier on Hanson Records. For the past twenty years there has been no mention of it online.

Andrew W.K. The Evolution of Partying

The reason I find these tracks particularly important is because it displays Andrew Wilkes-Krier’s involvement in noise music and then showcases the music’s evolution into the very early beginnings of Andrew W.K.’s party rock sound. In other words, it’s the bridge between his noise music and his party rock music. The reason this “bridge” is significant is because nobody thought it existed until now. Prior to this all we had was the gigantic leap from noise to party rock.

Also, it provides musical evidence that the Andrew W.K. sound was authentic and original and evolving. Remember, in 1998 Andrew Wilkes-Krier was 19 and living on various friend’s couches in NYC. He was scrounging up money as a bubblegum machine salesman and a parking attendant. He was relatively unknown by anybody but his friends and family. If you listen closely to track A8 on Necronomicon it seems to have elements of Party Hard in it. Are the conspiracy theorists saying a giant team of ghostwriters at Island/Def Jam wrote this for Andrew Wilkes-Krier at the same time all the conditions listed above existed? Hmmmm… from where I am standing it seems doubtful but I’ll let you decide.

So without further delay grab these songs!

The Archive

Below is the archived material, the unnamed tracks, and my short description of the tracks (*has elements of an early Andrew W.K. party rock sound).

Andrew Wilkes-Krier – Room To Breathe

Andrew W.K. Room To Breathe

A1 – Is spooky sounding
A2* – Sounds like a transition from AAB to an early AWK sound, also has heavy piano

Andrew Wilkes-Krier – You Are What You Eat

Andrew W.K. You Are What You Eat

Although I do have a quasi-digital copy of this, I, unfortunately, will not be releasing it at this time due to the owner’s wishes (See Room To Breathe Mix Tape).

Andrew Wilkes-Krier – Room To Breathe Mix Tape

Although I do have a digital copy of this, I, unfortunately, will not be releasing it at this time due to the owner’s wishes. But I will describe the tracks below and perhaps put up preview clips of the tracks.

A1* – Sounds like a transition from AAB to an early AWK sound, also has heavy piano, same track as RTB A2
A2 – Is spooky sounding, same track as RTB A1.
A3 – Sounds like it was created in an alien spaceship, sounds like some of the same sounds were used on “Wolf Eyes Rules (What Kinda Band)”
A4 – Is psychedelic with lots of flange and whammy
B1 – Is a continuation of A4 track
B2* – Has elements of an early AWK sound. Almost sounds like something you would hear on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles NES video game
B3 – Is the entire You Are What You Eat single. It’s very heavy sounding with heavy distortion, repeats “It’s Up To You, You Are What You Eat” over and over.
B4* – Definitely has the early AWK sound, especially with the cool piano breakdown at 1:10. Perhaps my favorite track?

Andrew Wilkes-Krier – Necronomicon

Andrew W.K. Necronomicon

(not actual artwork, AndrewWKMusic’s artistic rendition)

A1* – Has elements of an early AWK sound but is a little on the slow side
A2* – Definitely has an early AWK sound, ends on a high note kinda like I Love NYC
A3 – Has a 70s funk element to it
A4 – I really don’t know how to describe it
A5* – Definitely has an early AWK sound, very grandiose sounding, it even has the piano crashing/frantic sound on some IGW songs, perhaps my favorite track?
A6 – Is playful sounding with the xylophone, reminds me of being in clown’s playhouse
A7 – Sounds very spooky & horror-ish. It has lyrics that I can’t make out except singing “Robocop” over and over.
A8 – Has a four on the floor beat with an 80s rock n roll guitar overlay. A section of guitar and vocals sounds like the part in Party Hard “do what you like and like what you do”. Also has weird vocals.
A9 – Is alien sounding
A10* – Has some early AWK elements, a better thought out song, prettier sounding than most & also slower
A11 – Is a cover of Salt-N-Pepa’s “Push It”
A12 – Is really silly sounding like a kids song for a kids TV show
B1 – Almost sounds like it could be a soundtrack for movie
B2 – Is kind of slow synthpop sounding with strong four on the floor build up at about 60 seconds in
B3 – I don’t really know how to describe it other than I think the tremolo effect is used heavily throughout it
B4 – Is very noise genre sounding
B5 – Is very noise genre sounding
B6 – Is very noise genre sounding, vocal experimentation
B7 – Is very noise genre sounding, would have been the first instance of “the moan” but there was an AAB track that already did it previously

Do you hear something I didn’t catch? Feel free to discuss this page in our forum.

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 Posted by on October 11, 2016
Aug 172016

Andrew W.K. ForumJoin our new Andrew W.K. forum! You can now party with like-minded Andrew W.K. fans by joining our community. You’ll dive deep as you discuss the philosophies of partying with fellow enthusiasts. Join Now!

Social Networking VS Forum

We are now inundated by social media platforms to choose from. Surely there’s no need to have another place to connect with like-minded fans? Wrong! Over the years I received several requests for a proper AWK forum. Twitter is an excellent place to access Andrew W.K. directly. Facebook has its benefits too. But really none of these platforms allow fans to connect with fans and have more than surface level conversations. Much like the official forum that was discontinued, you’ll be able to find fans who are diving deep into AWK lore. And most importantly, make friends!

Andrew W.K. Forum Features

The forum and community will soon feature a chat room where you can communicate instantly with fellow fans. Also there is a designated section to comment on blog posts. So rather than commenting here on the blog, like this post for example, you’ll be able to continue the conversation in the forum. If you’ve already created an account all you need to do is go to the forum and login. There is no need to create a second forum account. If you need to register you can join here, which will not only grant you access to the forum but also to the media archives. Where there are many Andrew W.K. treasures to be found!

Finally, thank you to Andrew W.K. for helping promote this effort by retweeting us! Join Now!

 Posted by on August 17, 2016
Apr 202016

UMPAWK Yes, it’s been almost a year since I’ve updated the site. I hope people who stumble on this get a lot of value from it still. I’ll be making a few posts in the coming weeks that I think people will really enjoy. In the mean time here’s an interesting promo I found a year or so ago. It’s almost identical to the previous Universal Music Publishing promos except that artwork is different on this one. In the archive you can see these in high resolution along with high quality audio. Enjoy and stay tuned!

2006-07-05-#3 UMPG Presents Andrew WK [Promo] (33.8 MiB)


May 132015


I didn’t know this bad-boy even existed until a couple weeks ago. This is basically the third iteration of this promo. There were some differences between #1 and #2 and the track “Pushing Drugs”. This one looks to be the same as #2 but with just a different cover. When I get it, which should be sometime in the next week, I’ll let you know if it’s worth archiving. Stay tuned!


Mar 172015

Awhile ago I asked the members of this site to donate some of their $$$ in order to keep this site going. Well I’m happy to say that we’ve met our goal and we’re all paid up for 2015. I owe everyone who donated a HUGE thanks and bear-hug. Thank you so much!

Here’s some updates to look forward to:

  • A special rip of The Wolf dual-disc DVD with perhaps the best audio you’ll ever here from the album
  • German Press Kit scans
  • Review of the show I just went to/my meet-and-greet experience with Andrew W.K.!
Oct 202014


All of these tracks range somewhere between the production of the 1999 recording sessions and the final release of I Get Wet (November, 2001 – UK). It’s amazing that 14 years later we’re able to gain further insights and context into the recording process of Andrew W.K.’s hit album. Listening to how these songs progressed over time is truly fascinating.

Before we get started it might be beneficial if you head over to the Media Archive and see how the following four CDs fall into place with the rest of Andrew W.K. history. Been there, done that? Then read on…

Track Analysis (my commentary)

2000-12-00-Andrew W.K [Demo]01 CD

The only tracks I’ll be paying attention to from this CD is the first four. The last seven tracks are nothing new and are simply taken from the S/T Full Length Album Promo. So for the sake of redundancy I’ll pretend those don’t exist for this analysis. Based on the sound-progression of these tracks when compared to the “Chop Shop” CD, I placed it first chronologically (there’s no date labeled on the CD). To me, reason suggests that the more bare-bones tracks would come first and then it was taken to “The Chop Shop”. Upon careful listening of this CD and then to the Chop Shop CD you will hear the Chop Shop has added layers of effects, guitars, vocals or drums to each song. For example, compare the :39 to :45 second mark of She Is Beautiful from the two CDs. While this first CD has fast guitar strumming, on the Chop Shop you can hear added effects over it.

It’s really cool to hear and have so many iterations of She Is Beautiful. If you listen to the Steev Mike Radio Commercial there’s a very unique mix of “She Is Beautiful”. Normally we hear on the album; “I Ain’t Got Nothing To Loose, Going To Throw It Away And Talk To You” & “I Ain’t Got Nothing To Loose, And I’ll Never Forget When I Saw You”. But instead we hear “I Ain’t Got Nothing To Loose, So I Do What I Want And I Want You” x2. Well we finally get to hear the full mix from which these lyrics were pulled from if you listen at the 2:52-3:10 mark. If these lyrics sound familiar it’s also because they were later used on The Wolf’s “Really In Love”.

The version of Free Jumps on here sounds very heavy compared to other versions of it, the Chop Shop version lightened it up a lot. The intro to Party Hard’s vocoder effect reminds me of the much lower and a little more human-like version of CCWBW’s vinyl song “We Will Boogie”. This version of Fun Night is my favorite, even more than the “enhanced” Chop Shop or album versions. You can hear very clearly the “Four on the floor” dance beat (see here for more explanation). And the very distinct synthesizer (I think that’s what you’d call it?) sound in the left-ish channel. All in all it just sounds more clean to me.

  1. She Is Beautiful
  2. Free Jumps
  3. Party Hard
  4. Fun Night
  5. We’re Not Gunna Get Old – (1999 Recording Session Version)
  6. Kicks and Bricks – (1999 Recording Session Version)
  7. It’s Time To Party – (1999 Recording Session Version)
  8. Girls Own Juice – (1999 Recording Session Version)
  9. Your Rules – (1999 Recording Session Version)
  10. Don’t Stop Living In The Red – (1999 Recording Session Version)
  11. Tear It Up – (1999 Recording Session Version)

2000-12-07-The Chop Shop [Demo]
01 CD

The Chop Shop is a recording studio inside of Scott Humphrey’s house in Los Angeles, CA. He is well known in the industry and is one of the music producers on I Get Wet. All of these songs are enhanced from the prior CD and sound more finalized. It’s dated December 7, 2000. I’m not going to go into detail with these because if a picture is worth a thousand words than so is listening to a song. Just check these out and contrast them with the previous CD. There’s plenty of room to talk about them in the forums.

  1. She Is Beautiful
  2. Free Jumps
  3. Party Hard
  4. Fun Night

2001-01-20 #1 Andrew WK [Demo]
01 CD

This next CD is dated January 20, 2001. Which happens to be the month and year the We Want Fun album on Bulb Records was supposed to be released. By this point in time though it had obviously been canceled. Just like some of the tracks from The Wolf demos we leaked, these two tracks sound to me like they were created for a specific purpose in mind. For example, perhaps a member of the band needed to hear a part of the song in order to learn it. That wouldn’t be the first time we had evidence of that. Any other ideas on why these appear this way?

  1. Girls Own Love
  2. Ready To Die

2001-01-20-#2 8 Tracks In Work [Demo]

These nearly completed tracks are sure to make a big splash. Fellow friend, partier and author of Andrew W.K.’s I Get Wet (33 1/3), Phillip Crandall  gives details on the first track “Get Black On”:

Technically, this is just an earlier demo version of “Take It Off,” which is track 5 on I Get Wet. But with “Get Black On,” you get those three titular words deeply growled at the beginning (rather than the group-sing-along shouts of the eventual title). Even crazier is what precedes the build-up to that growled line: a horn intro that sounds right out of James Brown’s “Get Up Offa That Thing.”* Mark Morgan, a friend and former roommate of Andrew’s, says of the early version, “It’s basically the same fucking thing, but I really like it a lot more when he sang ‘Get Black On.’ I was like, ‘fuck yeah, this is amazing,’ then he changed it to ‘Take It Off,’ and…I don’t know. I like it the other way.” (Andrew now says that “Get Black On” is a better title, and he wished he had called it that.)

01 CDHas anyone else noticed that the intro to this song is used at the beginning of the Party Hard music video? Next up is “I Love NYC”. This tracks is very similar to one I already had released on the site previously. However, you can easily hear that the drums kick in a lot sooner on this version (@ the :10 second mark). This version of I Get Wet is relentless. The horns in Got To Do It are turned up and really blow you away. I LOVE this version of Ready To Die. I think I even like it better than the album version. It just seems to cut a little harder. Girls Own Love is missing verses of lyrics and only contains the chorus. Maybe they were still finalizing last minute changes to wording. Your Rules is cool because… wait what?! “Your Rules”  was going to appear on I Get Wet?! I have had a “finalized” version of Freejumps since around 2006. It’s sourced from a 4 Track promo. And I even asked Andrew about it when I interviewed him. But not until now did I ever know that Your Rules was seriously considered for the album. It is really cool to hear it in this form. And lastly, I’m glad It’s Time To Party was further fleshed out into a song for the final version. But this version is cool too because it just get to the point ya know?

  1. Take It Off
  2. I Love NYC
  3. I Get Wet
  4. Got To Do It
  5. Ready To Die
  6. Girls Own Love
  7. Your Rules
  8. It’s Time To Party

So there you have it, the bomb has been dropped. And 4 CDs, 18 tracks & 57 minutes later you’ve gone through an amazing musical journey with me. Thanks for partying and tell everyone else what you think in the forum!

 Posted by on October 20, 2014
Oct 172014

It took an enormous amount of work to transcribe and compile all of these. Thanks Dot! Click here to read the following:

  1. 10 Questions With Andrew W.K. – 92.3 Xtreme Radio
  2. Ann Arbor’s Andrew W.K. takes feel-good role at Ozzfest
  3. – The Grand Old Puke of (New) York
  4. – 24 Hour Party Person
  5. GSU Signal – Andrew W.K. proves himself as the rock star for the 21st Century
  6. Jessica (TinyDJ) with Andrew W K at the 9:30 Club in DC – WNRN 91.9FM
  7. The Road Ragers
  8. The Underground Newspaper – Double Issue 3/4
  9. Pheedback Music
  10. The Chunklet Celebrity Advice Column: Ask Andrew WK!
  11. NCCU Campus Echo
  12. While You Were Sleeping: Issue 17
  13. Flaunt – April/May 2002
  14. The Daily Cardinal
  15. Selector Magazine
  16. Offbeat Magazine
  17. Blender Magazine – April 2002
 Posted by on October 17, 2014