Rollins, Henry

Rollins, Henry

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Henry Rollins (birth name Henry Lawrence Garfield) is an American hardcore punk singer-songwriter, spoken word artist and writer. He was born on February 13, 1961, in Washington, D.C., U.S. As a vocalist, he has adopted a number of styles through the years. He was initially noted in the Washington, D.C. hardcore scene for what journalist Michael Azerrad described as a "compelling, raspy howl". He also wrote several songs with Black Flag, but was not the group's main songwriter. With the Rollins Band, his lyrics focused "almost exclusively on issues relating to personal integrity," according to critic Geoffrey Welchman. He also is credited as mixer and producer on the 1995 album by Australian band "The Mark of Cain" titled "Ill at Ease". Fans of early Rollins Band albums such as Hard Volume will notice his influence in this work. And now, from our site you may download Henry Rollins' most successful audio book, Nights Behind The Tree Line, in mp3.

Discography Rollins, Henry

  Title Tracks Year  
Sweatbox: Spoken Word 1987-1988
Sweatbox: Spoken Word 1987-1988 16 2006
Nights Behind The Tree Line
Nights Behind The Tree Line 15 2004
Live At The Westbeth Theater
Live At The Westbeth Theater 17 2001
The Boxed Life
The Boxed Life 19 1993
Live At Mccabe's
Live At Mccabe's 4 1990

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