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Henry Rollins @ The Echoplex 

December 10, 2010
KCRW's Henry Rollins brought his radio show to the stage last night at Echoplex with a sampling of his ultra rare "Top Shelf Gear" for only the ears of those in attendance. The show opened with a vocal heavy mix of a Queen classic reminding us of a day when singers could actually sing. Whoa! Other highlights included a taste of the rapping styles of Dee Dee King (Ramone), a listen to a track from the cassette of Bad Brains second show and much more from a collection that must be as vast as the lengths the man has traveled. All photos by Timothy Norris.
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Henry Rollins @ The Echoplex
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KCRW's Henry Rollins brought his radio show to the stage last night at Echoplex with a sampling of his ultra rare "Top Shelf Gear" for only the ears of those in attendance. The show opened with a vocal heavy mix of a Queen classic reminding us of a day when singers could actually sing. Whoa! Other highlights included a taste of the rapping styles of Dee Dee King (Ramone), a listen to a track from the cassette of Bad Brains second show and much more from a collection that must be as vast as the lengths the man has traveled. All photos by Timothy Norris.
Published on December 10, 2010
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