Henry Rollins and Ian Svenonius begin a week’s worth of witty repartee, touching at first on government surveillance and Henry’s appearance on Australia’s terrorism watch list. Henry tells us about his work for the USO and recounts his migration from DC to LA. Later Rollins talks about getting labeled a “sell-out” after appearing in a few not-so-great flicks, and those silly mandates of “nonconformists”. Ian talks with Henry about the self-immolation aspect of rock music, the life-changing experience of catching a Led Zeppelin show with Ian MacKaye, and his grievances with people who think music has stopped progressing.
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