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Damian Abraham has been many things... the singer of a critically acclaimed band, a failed VJ and food network host, one of the minds behind TV's "The Wrestlers", parent of 3... and undeniably, a punk music obsessive.

Each week, he sits down and chats with an interesting person from various walks of life to find out how their world was influenced and changed by the discovery of a novelty genre that supposedly died out in 1978... PUNK!
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What's beef?! Well, today on the show it's what we start off by squashing! Join Damian and Grammy award winner Nate Ruess as they put past disses aside to celebrate a mutual respect and love of punk. Listen in for talk of: fifteen, fun. having no fun on top, fake IDs, ecstasy & pop-punk, nearly being on "Watch The Thrown" and so much more! NOT TO BE MISSED!!!!Also touched on: Squashing the beefFinding ska punkcatching a “Rude Boy” shirtCheshire CatNerf HerderWhen you best friend books the main punk venueTalking over the sceneThe Fake ID Empire comes crashing downThe Nile Message BoardEveryone in Tucson wanted to be the LocustUnruhThe importance of Indie popAlmost siding to Field By RamenThe Format Working with Steve McDonaldGetting to the top and it suckingQuitting all the bullshit musicPlaying the Grammy’s being the worst Writing a song and being told it is a hit“We Are Young” supposed to be on Watch The ThroneWorking with Brian Wilson AND TONS MORE FUN!!!!Brought to you by VANS     
"(INSERT YOUR FAVE 'KIDS IN THE HALL' QUOTE)!" because today on the show the LEGEND BRUCE MCCULLOCH is here! That's right, the shame based, Kid In The Hall comes by for a chat & oh boy, is it awesome! Listen in as Damian sits in awe as Bruce regals him with stories of: finding the Nerves single, fighting redneck cowboys, faking work injuries to hide knife wounds from punk shows & so much f'n more! NOT TO BE MISSED!!!!!!!!!!!Also Touched On:Free from the CBC's restraints Searching for punk before punkHawkwindFinding Milk N CookiesSometimes it’s Queen and sometimes it is a Marc Almond Bob Dylan and Patti Smith’s libraries The Kids In The Hall impact“The Shadowy Men made us cool”Lorne Micheals Sex PistolsThe ModernettesThe UsersThe Nerves The Dils being the favourite The DamnedNot liking Ian DuryPicking your favourite songs to be the soundtrackWant to go Toronto for the musicVancouver Punk vs. EVERYBODYDon Pyle sending a ticket for the Damned showGetting, not one but, two black eyes at the Edge in Toronto Never being part of the beautiful part of punkThe Parachute Club was taking overThe Modern Minds were a perfect bandThe Golden Calgarians… the second waveThe Hot NastiesRolling through Edmonton with The Rock N Roll Bitches and Callum Keith Rennie999Buick McCainGetting knifed at a Husker Du showCowboys beating up the punksDOA and SNFU had scary showsComing to TorontoViletonesPere UbuShorty PetersenNever watching SNLSecond City: Corny piano music and shitty white lighting“Everyone that likes Cat Power likes Kids In The Hall”80s: No cool comedy“Fuck you, I’m not an entertainer.”RIP GordJunior Brown, Red Hot Chilli Peppers and The Tragically Hip RiverdaleWithrow ParkThe “50 Years in Entertainment” specialShame Based Man& SO MUCH MORE!!!!BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
This week on the show, Damian goes face to face with the face of Face To Face: TREVER KEITH! Listen in as the two discuss going from being a late bloomer into punk to fronting one of SoCal punk's most iconic bands. Not to be missed & also don't miss the new Face To Face album "No Way Out But Through" dropping later this year on Fat Wreck ChordsAlso Touched On:Not getting punk at firstHearing Bad Religion and it clicking at 20The Descendants and the best bandNot digging the Germs and the Dead KennedysThe roots of punk and metal being the sameBlack Dove: The band that eats glass!!!The house foundation show sceneVictoria ManorThe other Zero Tolerance Face To Face formsVoodoo Glow SkullsGuttermouthViolence at showsa riot at PigfestRhythm Collision Meeting the GrimIll ReputeSigning to Fat and touring with NoFXGoing to Europe with LagwagonWorking Geza XMajor label headachesThe start of Vagrant Records & SO MUCH MORE!!!!BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS 
JULIEN BAKER IS BACK! That's right, Julien returns to the show & we'll be damned if it’s not one of the best episodes ever! Listen in as the two discuss: Nirvana by algorithm, Punk/ Religious guilt, smashing guitars, the loneliness of playing solo & so much more!!! NOT TO BE MISSED!!!Also, don't miss Julien Baker's AWESOME "Little Oblivions" out NOW Matador!Also Touched On: The concession to pop cultureThe audacity of a phone callThe writer/performer distinction Playing with a band again for the first timeThe co-operative nature of performanceHow thrilling will it be to be at a show again?!?The intensity of the spotlightHayley from ParamoreChumbawamba career movesZach Against The Machine “I’m sus of everything”: being weary of promotionThe freedom success allowsMitigating the punk rock guiltWhat would have happens if the meeting with Sean 6131 did't happen?Punk as religion: reduxComputers as DJsPheobe and Lucy as inspiration  Religion, punk and dogmasQuestioning straight edge and finding Sobriety& SO MUCH OTHER GOODNESS!!!BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS 
Well, we didn’t miss your birthday this year! Today on the show, Damian is joined by Lifetime’s legendary singer, ARI KATZ!! Damian is beside himself with joy as he talks with one of his favourite vocalists. Listen in as the two discuss: eating Taco Bell Hot Sauce for sustenance on tour, realizing people are trying to sing like you, having to walk away from music & so much more! This is NOT TO BE MISSED!Also Touched On:  Hearing the Dead Kennedy on a non-punk mixtape“Do you have any punk records?”Buying Group SexHusker Du for a first showMeeting AJ on the edge of the pitJoining EnufChristmas (the band)“WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS?!”: hearing Youth Of Today for the first timeGoing to CBGBs for the first timelearning how to play drumsThe violence at showsGetting haircuts with Walter and CivPeople doing interesting things with mosh parts and fast partsJawbreaker at ABC No RioLoving the FastbacksEating Taco Bell hot sauce on a two month and half tour with Up FrontTouring with Unit Pride and Insted during the summer of Youth Crewgetting kicked out of Up Front and CourageRunning into Rob Fish with a flyer from Dan Yemin in his pocketTrying to sound like Mark RyanHearing people doing their own version of your vocalWhen pop-punk kids took noticeJoining Resurrection Not being built for itSigning to New AgeFlowers over baseball batsThe influence of Superchunk“No, no, no. Don’t say that.”: The AFI Riot& TONS OF OTHER GOODNESS BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS 
Few legends loom larger in punk than that of Detroit's COLD AS LIFE. Today on the show, Cold As Life's guitarist turned vocalist, JEFF GUNNELLS sits down with Damian to talk about the reality behind the infamy. From open warfare with the bouncers at Blondies, to checking Insane Clown Posse's egos at their first show and so much more; this is NOT TO BE MISSED. Pick up a copy of the Cold As Life's CLASSIC "Born To Land Hard", the record that redefined what is was to be "hardcore", out on the great A389 Recordings now!.Also Touched On:Finding DischargeGoing to record storesDay-glo Abortions, Ugly But Proud, Gore, Necros at the Greystone’sShifting from punk to a harder soundOiDIY out of necessityDeath all aroundHaving to hide outDocumenting a city in decline Writing realityDrugs and corruptionSBLCGetting in where you fit in: Making connections with other scenes“We were a little wolf pack”: Blondies and war with the bouncersAttracting the right Meeting Agnostic Front Carrying on without RawnTaking over vocalsLiving by the sword and the tragedy of dying by itRest in Peace: Tim Mycek Jr., Jake Loch and Johnny MyersFeisty Cadavers: RIP Steve CrassThe lost Las Vegas sessions for the 2nd lpH8INCXTyrantX: Real dealICP’s first show opening for Cold As Life… it didn’t go wellEarthmover and +/- RecordsGoing to EuropeDetroit Heresy The greatness of Pittbull& SO MUCH MORE!BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
Detroit week continues on TOAP! Today on the show, the great DAVE BUICK of The Go & Italy Records comes to talk about the Garage side of the Rock City! Listen in as Dave & Damian discuss: collecting Touch & Go Records, the precursors to the White Stripes explosions, releasing one of the most valuable 7"s ever & so much more! Don't miss it!!! Also Touched On: The greatness of 80’s pop musicSide two of the tape with U2 on the side oneDead Kennedys telling kids to steal mailDorks UnitedOn ramp periods of musicFinding the cool people working at the record storeVolbeatsThe lost period of Detroit rock and roll awareness trying to tape song of the radioIggy opening for the Pretenderslearning about Touch and Go from a friends sister“We have a show Wednesday”: learning to play bass and Joining the Go in the same dayThe GoriesAdultWolf Eyesmaking a home Ugly But Proud pocket teeStarting Italy RecordsPutting out The Dirtys record out of a sense of civic prideThe story of one of the most valuable 7”s of all time& SO MUCH OTHER GOODNESSBROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS 
Get ready for the greatest Rock & Roll story never told! Today on the show, Damian is joined by LOREN MOLINARE from The Dogs! Famous amongst punk collectors for their obscure & awesome records, The Dogs’ career is far more interesting & storied than any of the more well known counter parts. Listen in as Damian discusses one of the most fascinating careers in music with the guy who lived it. From playing with the likes of the MC5, Kiss & Van Halen to drinking with Bon Scott to clowning Sid Vicious on stage to teaching the Ramones how to dress to inspiring Black Flag to play: THIS IS ONE NOT TO BE MISSED!!!!! Also Touched On:  The Dogs: born in ’69Mary walks into the basement and makes the band realHearing I Wanna Be Your Dog for the first time  Dick Wagner from the FrostOpening for the MC5 and getting to witness them live for the first timeThe effect of the The Who coming to Ann Arbor playing  Getting beaten and dragged to jail in from of 9000 people for refusing to play after Bob SegerGetting banned from the Mid-WestOpening from Ted Nugent at the first solo show After one thing but before another: Going to New York in ’73 finding the voiceRaw Power over Fun House and S/TFinally seeing The Stoogesinfluencing Black FlagThe MotelsThe Pop“Radio Free Hollywood”The Masques and the punksDrinking and playing with AC/DC at their first US gig“Let’s fuck him up!”: Sid Vicious looking like a fool on stageAustralia gets it“Thank god for bootleggers!”Killed By Death saved everythingOpening for KissPlaying with the Pre-Blondie StilettosGoing belly up in LondonSeeing the Ramones before the Ramones at shows& SO MUCH OTHER GOODNESSBROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS  
You're going to go-go Go-Go's crazy for this episode! Today on the show, Damian is joined by the Go-Go's legend KATHY VALENTINE! As if being from a Hall Of Fame nominated band wasn't enough, Kathy is also: a Chiswick recording artist, an almost member of England's Girlschool & the founder of Austin, TX's first punk band The Violators!? Listen in as they discuss all of that & so much more! NOT TO BE MISSED & don't miss Kathy's FANTASTIC new book "All I Ever Wanted: A Rock 'N' Roll Memoir"!!!Also Touched On:Being a rockerBorn too late for PsychNo proto-punk in Texas… except for ZZ TopGo-Go’s as a gateway for kidsThe power of the songs getting over lookedLearning from Charlotte and Belinda The punk influence on Can’t Stop The WorldNew Wave vs. PunkThe diversity of the LA soundThe Weirdos: LA’s DamnedThe effect of MansonHaving no time for Kim FowleyThe ViolatorsDr. FeelgoodGoing to England and seeing the Pub RockGoing to see the Sex Pistols in San AntonioThe NextProject TerrorThe NervesThe Capitol Records Swap-Meet The Plugz & TONS OF OTHER GOODNESS!!!!!Brought To You By VANS
Get siked Murderinos! My Favorite Murder's GEORGIA HARDSTARK is here!! That's right, one half of the true crime podcast juggernaut sits down with Damian to talk about her not always positive experiences in punk. From surviving the wrong crowd as a kid to claiming space & building your own world. This is NOT TO BE MISSED! Find My Favorite Murder at your favorite podcast store!Also Touched On: Bonding with your brother over WeenMeeting the CrustiesHating the OCGoing to the Vandals and seeing a stabbing insteadThe downside of the punk utopia Meeting a metalhead in rehabSlayer: a middle groundMoving to LA and meeting StrifeLoving the Wrestling Podcaster just not the wrestlingThe Grade/ We Watch Wrestling Connectiona secret zinethe importance of Riot GrrrlSciFi as a path to sobrietyMeeting Ray Bradbury a secret Mr.Show live comedy showFind treasure on TVStarting My Favorite Murder A secret zine & SO MUCH MORE!!!!!!!BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
Episode 320 - Liz Phair

Episode 320 - Liz Phair

2021-03-2201:03:52

LIZ PHAIR IS HERE!!! That's right, the iconic indie rock legend joins Damian on the show to talk punk! Listen in as they talk: making records as an autobiography, the music nerd paradise of Oberlin & how punk drove her to get on stage. NOT TO BE MISSED & don't miss Liz's new album "Soberish" dropping later this year on Chrysalis Records!Also Touched On:The importance of tapesFeeling welcomed by punkExpression over permissionThe Police, Madonna and The “Why Can’t I?” EffectThe dissent in the musicYou are human, you are alive, therefore you are qualifiedBowie as a Punk iconSeeing the punk on a Liz Phair, Alanis, Garbage TourGoing to the land of the music nerd: OberlinGetting into the Cult Only liking pop with a punk edgeHow sexy are the vocals in the Fall?!Culture of zinesThe aesthetic of punk Flyers and the importance of the Physical world trying to read Raygun Magazine Punk driving you to get on stage The Carnivore 7”Tae Won Yu and  The Girly Sound TapesKicking Gianttaking advance of an audience Pink Moon and The Modern Lovers are perfect recordsHearing your voice soloed in the studio for the first timeThe high of scoringThe medium of emotion & SO MUCH MORE!!!!BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
BRUCE LABRUCE is an iconic filmmaker known the world over for his uncompromising approach to cinema… & a legendary zinemaker. Today on the show Damian sits down with one of his most anticipated guests to discuss the conception of Queercore & manifesting the punk you want. Listen in as the two discuss: the Toronto Zine Scene, Gavin & Vice, Nazi violence, Robin Wood’s cultural impact & tons of other stuff! NOT TO BE MISSED!!!!!!!! Also Touched On:  Growing up in small town OntarioSeeing a punk with fully charged hair in Toronto for the first timeInto the fashion firstJust Desserts: a place for rich people to eat cake and freaks to workMeeting Fifth Column and a world opening upMRRPartying backstage with Husker DuDisco and FolkCKEW out of DetroitGucci’s Queercore lineFanzine: The Ephemeral Art formNirvana before the boom“Queering everything”: Creating Queercore out of reclaimed and found elements of punkTrying to create a new gay cultureThe MumpsVaginal Davis and “Fertile Latoya Jackson”Pat Loud cooking for the punksThe rightwing appropriation of punk atheistic and strategy The Vice daysDBDTDThe having to deal with Neo-Nazis Skinheads in TorontoLoving Can-rockRough TradeWill Munro, Vazaleen and making the JDs fiction realThe Gun Club at a boozecan Zuzu’s PetalsGetting punched while covering the Dead KennedysThe 1988 Anarchist Unconvention in TorontoRobin Wood: more radical than the punksCineactionbeing deprogrammed by punkPissing on the Cinema of Transgression & SO MUCH MORE!!!! BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
JELLO’S BACK! That’s right, one of punk’s original firebrands returns to the show & oh boy, is it ever a good one!! Join Damian as he sits down with a feisty JELLO BIAFRA to discuss punk & politics as only Jello can. Listen in as the two friends talk: watching workout tapes with Zappa, getting cornered by Timothy Leary at Giger’s art show, going to war with Tipper Gore & so much more!! Not to be missed & don’t miss Jello Biafra & The Guantanamo School Of Medicine’s awesome brand new album: “Tea Party Revenge Porn” out now on Alternative Tentacles!!! Also Touched On:Jack Chic comicsThe Dancing Assholes and the Faith HealersGG Allin’s hardrock bandLee Ving’s Psych bandFelt: the pre-Dickies bandGreg Sage’s band with a singin’ WrestlerHedge-fund record collectorsThe censored acetate of “Too Dunk to *BEEP*”The Greek DK’s recordThe Beach MutantsToronto VS Vancouver DrakeReleasing the Eraserhead soundtrackThe Bad BrainsWorking with Bob LastGoing to AustraliaThe Lime SpidersWrong Kind Of Stone-ageThe Celibate RiflesMeeting Hard-Ons after they were attacked by SkinheadsThe Government was supposed to be on “Let Them Eat Jellybeans!”“No Alice Cooper props!”: The surgical glovesHaving to be willing to fail on stageThe Husker Hotel: “Hi, we’re Husker Du and we’re here to stay!”The Fartz Pushing potted plants in people’s facesDebating the definition of punkIan and Henry shaving heads on the side of the stageMosh vs. Thrash and SlamThe Mudd Club suckingThe origin of “Nazi Punks Fuck Off”The night the British Movement attacked the Dead Kennedys and MDC in LesterUK Mayhem Denver catches up“This is war!”: the PMRC“You are the victim”: meeting ZappaTimothy Leary trying to get Jello to help with Al Jorgenson at a Giger exhibit Gwar shows up to save the day& SO MUCH OTHER GOODNESS!!! BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
DND Official episode 1!

DND Official episode 1!

2021-03-1252:391

DANKO JONES ARE DOING THEIR FIRST EVER LIVESTREAM TONIGHT (and tomorrow)! To celebrate the event, The DND (Danko Jones [the person], Nick and Damian) got together for more good times and self-reflection. Listen in as they discuss a bunch of topic including whether or not they should even bother putting this episode up!Get tickets for Danko's livestream here: https://linktr.ee/dankojonesAnd Nick can be found here on Twitter: @nickflanweakly
JOEY SH*THEAD’S BACK!!! One of Canada's most iconic musicians, DOA's Joey Keithley returns to the show! From teaching the punk world how to tour, to running for political office; Joey's life is worthy of a movie & soon, it will be! Keep an eye out for Scott ("Salad Days" & "Creem" documentaries) Crawford's highly anticipated documentary on Joey: "Something Better Change" coming soon! Until then, listen to Joey & Damian talk: lost Mystic Recording sessions, the Yippies' roll in the early hardcore scene, RCMP surveillance in the wake of the arrest of the Squamish 5 & so much more! NOT TO BE MISSED!!! Also Touched On:The sonic range of small town VancouverThe reason for the creative explosionVancouver: weird mix of peopleWhy not Toronto and Montreal?SCUM in MontrealThe Nils The BC and Quebec connectionLee Kendall: the original singer of The SkullsArt Bergman’s first band: SchmorgThe coming together of the suburban groups with completely different idea of what punk wasThe Ramones show up and teach everyone how it’s doneStudying Black FlagPlaying one of the first Husker Du showsGrant Hart Playing with the Bad Brains in 1979The all-time great line-upsNo rulesGoing to Chinathe lost Mystic SessionLabel Issues: drugs and the music business CD Characters and the “Cocksucker Blues” connectionAnti-Canada DayThe Squamish 5: “Anyone heard from Gerry lately?”RCMP Surveillance  Playing hockey against Negazione & TONS OF OTHER GOODNESS!!!!BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
DARRYL JENIFER IS HERE!!! Join Damian as he sits down with the BAD BRAINS' LEGEND to discuss his journey in punk. From kicking Cars' records off of turntables, to the Bad Brains' early "James Chance" era, to the real story behind the Clash Bond Street show: DON'T MISS THIS ONE!!! Also Touched On:Growing up with Soul, GoGo and MotownDiscovering the Damned, Sex Pistols and The RamonesSome nights, it’s Wow! Some nights, it’s Why?Brothers before Bad BrainsRIP Sid McCray: too punk for a bandThe influence of a Budgie Loving No New York Comp MindpowerThe James Chance inspired first line up of the Bad Brains“Five people clap for you and now you’ve sold out”From one song to Black Dots in a few monthsPlaying with on back of flatbed  the Mall in DCSeeing Jame Brown at the Howard Theatre in ’64“Why is the bass too loud?”: The first time seeing Bob Marley The Swimming Pool Q’sThe Urban Verbthe year 1979The HappeningPlaying Berlin when the Wall fellThe art of writing a setlistKicking a Cars record off the turntable: “Why are they playing this shit?!”“Biker Music”: Hearing the Viletones’ Screamin’ Fist for the first timeA “19 year old young Peter Tosh” had no love for Basquiat Ian MacKaye: Very Washingtonian The Old New YorkCBGBs: always coolThe Bloodless Pharaoh’s Brian Setzer goes swingRed Hot Chilli Peppers : “How the hell did this band get on the bill?”The Beastie Boys going rapScreamin’ Mad George is making shit again: living with The Mad“Stay Close To Me is a Clash influenced song and Pay To Come is a Ramones influenced song”Meeting Jerry Williams and Th’Cigaretz “The Ramones are dope but I am The Damned“The Clash and The Ramones are sore losers& SO MUCH MORE!!!!!!!!BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
No need to wonder what to do for pleasure this week because, JON KING from the legendary Gang Of Four comes to Turned Out A Punk! Listen in as he & Damian talk about: cinematic influence, the Dadaist nature of punk, psychedelic Hawkwind shows & fighting Nazis at the Fenton! NOT TO BE MISSED! & don't miss the new Gang Of Four "77-81" Boxset on Matador Records!!Also Touched On:The influence on the present daytrying to never be in a genre Dr. Feelgood: UK proto-punk the disappointment of the Clashtoilet reverb: “it sounded shit”being sampled by Run The Jewels’“We were pretty good at being difficult”Refusing to compromise for Top Of The PopsA friend’s dad with a crack and peel Velvet UndergroundMarc Almond getting whipped as an openerHaving to deal with the first wave of Nazi punksThe MekonsSham 69 & TONS OF OTHER GOODNESSBROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
Cancel that vacation because today on the show, the LEGEND JANE WIEDLIN FROM THE GO-GO’s is here to talk punk! Listen in as Damian sits down with one of his dream guests to talk about the good, the bad & the disturbingly violent of the LA punk scene that the Go-Go's fought their way out of. From the reality behind the Germs legend, dealing with Nazi's at Ska shows, the LAPD's war on punks & so much more!  NOT TO BE MISSED & don't miss the amazing new Go-Go's documentary and their brand new song "Club Zero"!! & also VOTE FOR THEM INTO THE ROCK & ROLL HALL OF FAME BECAUSE THE GO-GO’S RULE!!!https://vote.rockhall.com Also Touched On: Frosted is super underratedThe pre-punk LA Glam scenemaking punk clothesMeeting PleasantRodney’s English DiscoZolar XSilverheadNew York DollsTales From CanterburyThe origin of the song BladesThe darkness of the early LA scene Drug and alcohol being too punk for power popthe AM radio influenceThe Weirdos and the Screamers: too good to get signedXCastration SquadThe St. Daddy’s Day MassacreBeef with Elvis Costellothe real side of the Germs legend& SO MUCH OTHER GOODNESS!!BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS 
Today on the show, Damian is joined by a legit triple threat: Propagandhi bassist, I Spy vocalist & visual artist TODD KOWALSKI!!! Listen in as they talk finding metal/punk/hardcore in Regina, Unlawful Assembly is Saskatchewan's greatest band, The Besnard Lakes' connection & so much more! Not to be missed!!!! Also Touched On:Loving MetalAccused Possesseda friend from the ally with Razor and Celtic Frost recordsTrying to comprehend Slayer Insight: Regina’s answer to SNFUUnlawful Assembly: The best unrecorded Regina bend everThe greatness of Beyond Possession The Chris Todd Kenton Warriors: first bandImaginary metal bandsGovernment Issue playing to 15 peopleDoing the best stage dive of your life for No Means NoNeeding to hear what death metal sounded likeThe Killer Dwarfs playing at the bar at the mallRecords On WheelsGG Allin in Flipside: “I’m going to be banned from life if I’m caught with this!”Drummer of DitchpigThe Besnard Lakes/ Propagandhi connectionGoing to a Fugazi and hoping for Minor ThreatLoving Youth Of TodaySeeing Tankhog on the best possible dayBonehog did not age wellDeath Sentence dancersSeeing Sloan on the very first tourSeeing the Smallinterviewing PropagandhiThere is always a market for dark punkThe influence of the Melvins, Helmet and Coffin BreakThe effect of hearing Ebullition records stuff& TONS OF OTHER GOODNESS!!!BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS  
Start doing back flips! Today on the show Damian sits down with the hilarious SHAPEL LACEY (AKA The only person in comedy with a DS-13 tattoo)!!! Listen in as the two discuss: how finding punk gave a voice to an anger inside, the various strengths of different Black Flag singers, why hardcore is the most integral of all the punk mutations, the power of the mosh, Oasis: the anti-Nirvana & so much more! NOT TO BE MISSED!!!Also Touched On:"Wanna join a Ska punk band?"The power of a logo the various strengths of the various Black Flag singersHenry Rollins: the greatest front person No one can touch Keith On Nervous Breakdown Hearing "Mississippi Queen" for the first timeNever loving 80’s metalFrom Queens Of The Stone Age to GBHThe blues in GrungeLoving Oasis The chilling effect of Kurt Cobain’s deathLoving GBHfrom crust to hipstersMost people don’t have what it takes to be in a band like Black FlagDeranged RecordsDS-13ETA & SO MUCH OTHER GOODNESSBROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
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Clifford York

i read in the book that fat mikes dad was a traveling shoe salesman and i assume that's where "so long and thanks for all the shoes" even though mike says something about douglas adams in this episode...prolly a lot easier than explaining a complex father son relationship

Jan 24th
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Ire Neo

i love Keith! When are you going to guest Henry Rollins?

Nov 23rd
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Peter MacRaild

How are they all his favourite?

Oct 21st
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Terrence's login computer "Internet"

This is mad decent.

Oct 20th
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Peter MacRaild

When did "sonic" become a noun, or is that just a Damien thing?

Jun 3rd
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Peter MacRaild

Excellent interview! Loved him mentioning the Ebullition/HeartAttack scene. Very much remember that. The reaction of jock hardcore people in the states on their Snapcase tour was really interesting.

Oct 6th
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2punkforu

love this

May 29th
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Alijah

wtf....."I haven't listen to the cramps since the 90s" and your on a punk rock podcast!?!? lol it takes all kinds I suppose. ugh

May 19th
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Nick Hoffman

bro hymn defines the poseur song

Dec 27th
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Rick Arden

Oi Oi Skinhead! Get your hair cut!

Dec 17th
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Joshua K. Parker

chris #2! the biggest musical/influential bass player in my "career" Thanks "2" and thank you Anti-flag. cheers

Nov 7th
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Chris Boud

Love that Kevin loved KillRadio, Raised on Whipped Cream is massively underrated!

Oct 9th
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Chris Boud

I can't get the Jack Black episode to download, anyone any idea why?

Apr 16th
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Alfreedo Abo Vekram

kurdo

Jan 8th
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