"Ha, the first album is one of my all-time favorites. I think the second still has some good stuff, and think LONDON CALLING is a great album but one I can occasionally get sick of hearing--or rather, hearing about.
The rest...not so much, really,…"
"This happened to me a few times, yeah, and I had no idea what was going on at first (I hate Facebook and only have a page because I'm expected to for work). Incredibly rude and annoying.
(This is my first…"
Um...I really have no idea what to say here. I'm not really much of a kook, I'm a writer, I listen to a lot of garage/punk/garage punk, I've been living in England for the last 3.5 years and have just moved back to the US and was thinking it would be fun to have a place to talk about music.
Favorite Music/Influences (list some bands, musicians, genres, etc.):
Lazy Cowgirls, Supersuckers, Devil Dogs, Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers, Radio Birdman, Real Kids, Reverend Horton Heat, Three Bad Jacks, the Pagans, the Stooges, Stiff Little Fingers, the Vibrators...
anything by Wes Anderson, LA Confidential, Miller's Crossing, the Godfather I & II (but the third does not exist as far as I'm concerned)...any film where John Woo directed Chow Yun-Fat to blow things up and shoot lots of people...
Favorite Show(s) on GaragePunk Pirate Radio:
Sorry, this is my first visit here so I don't know yet.
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