As mentioned before, we are in the process of archiving all our Music Street Journal articles to be released in book form. Yesterday we got the December 2006 issue finished. Since that's issue 61, and we're currently readying issue 122 for publication, it means we are halfway through the process.
You can get all the Music Street Journal books at lulu.com/strangesound in paperback or hardcover. The first 11 are available in paperback at Amazon and elsewhere, but are heavily discounted exclusively at the lulu.com site.
If you wonder what is in each book, you can find out a few ways. First, if you look at the description at lulu.com you will find a partial list of the artists in each book. They have limits on the number of characters allowed in a description, so that means not all artists are listed. If you can look on the back cover image where they are listed on lulu, you will see all the artists listed. On some of the more extensive books, though, some of the names land behind the bar code.
Another option is to have a look at GoodReads for the books. They are all listed there. Some have the same list as on Lulu.com, but the newer ones at least include the full list. Hey, there is a learning curve on the best way to do all this. While you are at GoodReads, why not give my author profile a "follow." https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/16048389.Gary_Hill
Next up, you can go to musicstreetjournal.com and use the "issues" link on the top to access the issues. For the books of 2006 issues, just look along the right side of the page to find the issue number. Once in each issue, you will find every article in that book.
The older books are done differently, though, because we didn't have specific records for each issue until 2006. So, if you look at 2001-2005 issues, they are in as single issues for the entire year. So, look at the title of the book, and it will tell you which articles (say, heavy metal CD and video reviews) are in that particular book once you access that page. The first three years 1998-2000 are lumped in as issue 0 and the books are "The Early Years." Again the titles will tell you which articles to look for inside that particular issue.