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Minor Threat- a sob story- Interview with Lyle Preslar

I did this Interview with Lyle Preslar, former guitar player of Minor Threat, in the early summer 1983, few months later, in the fall of the same year, the band split up and never got back together, Minor Threat, along with 7 Seconds were truely my main influence in those years and also in the years to come, definetely still are my guiding light. 984 more words


I first heard Pailhead on the classic skate flick Streets on Fire back when I was thirteen. I’m a little embarrassed to admit that I only found out this year it’s Ian Mackaye (of Minor Threat and Fugazi) singing on the tracks. 664 more words

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Peripheral "Famous" Artists?

This morning MSN posted a listicle of “The Most Famous Band From Each State.”  Here are the factors considered:

As such, PrettyFamous accounted for the following factors in its Band Score:

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Podcast Episode #116 Where the hell is FATS?! This week on the podcast FATS is missing! Dan calls around to some of FATS hangouts, Baskin Robins, Lady Jane Donuts, The Look Out Bar, The Royal Oak, and The Dominion Tavern. 81 more words

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Bloody Popcorn Presents: A 'Green Room' inspired soundtrack.

After a long wait, we finally watched Green Room a couple of weeks ago. As much as I loved the movie, there’s not a ton left to write about it that hasn’t already been written by others more eloquent than myself. 383 more words

Three is the Magic Number: Rock Music books that are worth reading

Frank Zappa’s famous maxim that “Most rock journalism is people who can’t write, interviewing people who can’t talk, for people who can’t read” has, for the most part, be borne out by history. 668 more words