Away From The Pulsebeat was a shitty fanzine out of New Jersey back in the late '80s, pretty much in the same category as Chemical Imbalance in that they included a 7" with each issue and generally followed along with whatever Forced Exposure and Conflict were doing in their reviews section. AFTPB's "thing", apparently discovered mid-stream, was that every record from Australia was great, much like that other '80s zine from Ohio, the one that gave everything on 4AD a great review, although you can't remember the name of it because it sucked anyway.
My copy of AFTPB #2 is long gone (*wait, I found my copy-- it still totally blows), but I've still got the 7" that came with it. Though most of the artists on the 7" are pretty swank, the material doesn't quite live up to prospects (the Redd Kross cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Rhiannon" is downright laughable). Still, I don't think the Feedtime track is available anywhere else, and the Nikki Sudden track hits a nice little uptick at around the two minute mark. This record's been flopping around in a box without a plastic bag or picture sleeve for 20-plus years now, just like when I first bought it, so be aware that it can be a bit crackly in parts.
"Flower Bed Romance"
"Take the Buick"