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Album Review

Aging alternative icon Henry Rollins hits his audience with a limited-edition tour-only four-CD set of spoken-word material taken from a two-night stand in Sydney, Australia. Divided into two double-CD sets, this first volume finds Hank in full stride. It would normally be perceived that middle age would soften or slow most men down and transmogrify them into an empty shell of their former selves. However, this is most definitely not the case with Rollins, as his spoken-word delivery hasn't been this caustic in years. Spewing forth righteous truths on growing old, hating the Ku Klux Klan, sport utility vehicles, international politics, and the perception of Americans abroad, Rollins delivers the goods with a tenacity unrivaled by anyone in the spoken-word genre. Not only is this essential listening for fans of his spoken word, it's a welcome return to form and easily the best spoken-word CD release since the Quarterstick slew of releases.

Biography

Born: 13 February 1961 in Washington D.C.

Genre: Spoken Word

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

In the '90s, Henry Rollins emerged as a post-punk renaissance man, without the self-conscious trappings that plagued such '80s artists as David Byrne. Following Black Flag's breakup in 1986, Rollins was been relentlessly busy, recording albums with the Rollins Band, writing books and poetry, performing spoken word tours, writing a magazine column in Details, acting in several movies, and appearing on radio programs and, less frequently, as an MTV VJ. The Rollins Band's records are uncompromising,...
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