In a haze of marijuana smoke, surrounded by several Not real stinking-mohawk-gobbing punk rock anyway, because that's alive and spitting with RANCID, America's coolest and richest revolutionaries. Matlock: This was an idea that we had been working on before John was in the band.
Laura Barton on what the closure of the world's most famous punk-rock club, CBGB's, says about the state of New York's live music scene. October — April
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For Dallas, D. The punk pioneers discuss their reunion; talk about their previous solo activities; on why the band broke up originally; relearning the songs, and playing them slower; the coincidental release of box set Product; other punk bands reuniting; the Fine Young Cannibals' version of 'Ever Fallen In Love', and changes in music over the previous decade.
His mission: to open America's eyes… The Germs: St. References to "going down" could have been a euphemism ya think?!
John Cooper Clarke Interview by Ian Ravendale, Rock's Backpages Audio , The Punk Poet talks about comic writing versus being a comedian; writing poetry; putting his words to music and his place in the music business. She walked up on stage, and layed on the floor with her jacket covering her as the rest of the band was setting up.