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Henry Rollins

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Henry Rollins: Don't Get Even, Get Mad

Profile and Interview by Mark Cooper, Q, September 1992

He wants to kill policemen. He is obsessed by his father. He dosen't have a girlfriend and his best friend is dead. "Either I write ...

Hooray, Henry!

Report and Interview by Simon Witter, Sky, 1993

HENRY ROLLINS IS the prime example of a uniquely American phenomenon, the punk turned poet (see Lydia Lunch, Exene Cervenka, etc.). ...

The Beastie Boys, Rollins Band: Roseland Ballroom New York NY

Live Review by Michael Azerrad, Rolling Stone, January 1993

THIS PAIRING wasn't as odd as it seemed, because the Beastie Boys have created ― or at least mobilized ― a new kind of fan. ...

Henry Rollins: The Bright Stuff

Interview by Mark Mordue, Juice, April 1993

As American as Apple Pie, saluting the flag, street violence, psychopaths, racism, guns, incest, overdoses, police brutality, urban decay and spiritual horror. Mark Mordue goes ...

Henry Rollins: Behind You

Interview by Andy Gill, Q, July 1994

IN AN abandoned warehouse on the outskirts of Toronto, Henry Rollins is getting beaten up. A huge, Rasputin-like figure (monk's garb, frankly Messianic face-fungus) throws ...

Charles Manson: The Man That You Fear

Retrospective by Ben Myers, Kerrang!, August 1999

Thirty years ago this week, followers of CHARLES MANSON committed a series of brutal murders that changed US culture forever. On the anniversary of the ...

Henry Rollins: LSE Old Theatre, London ****

Live Review by Keith Cameron, Guardian, The, November 1999

SOMEWHERE UP there, reclining on a celestial tobacco cloud, Bill Hicks must cast a rueful eye towards the one-man stand-up multi-gym that is Henry Rollins. ...

Henry Rollins

Interview by Ian Fortnam, Kerrang!, February 2000

HIS REPUTATION most definitely precedes him. The press's perception of Henry Rollins has always been somewhat fractious. Journalists have always been suspicious, and on occasion ...

Henry Rollins: "Playing your hits is living a lie"

Interview by Jude Rogers, Word, The, March 2012

Punk pugilist turned spoken-word turbo-philosopher, Henry Rollins puts the wanting world in a headlock ...

see also Black Flag

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