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Henry Rollins

Get In The Van

(Black Flag)

213 1203

Released on November 4, 2003

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Double CD! The ultimate punk rock books-on-tape offering gets you former BLACK FLAG frontman HENRY ROLLINS reading his classic Get In The Van. Can't read, but still want to know about the never-ending Black Flag road life? Sit back and relax, as Henry gives you his first-hand account of his experiences in and around the band from the time he joined in 1981 to the band's demise in 1986.

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Benjamin from Boston, MA 
May 27 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

There's already enough warnings on the site and the CD packaging to tell you this isn't a music recording. It is not, however, the book on tape you have been hearing about. Books on tape are categorically thick, heavy and expensive. This is what Henry calls a "talking record," which is really not that different from the live recordings of his speaking tours. Henry Rollins is a storyteller, plain and simple, and his stories are abundant. They're all related here by the "author" in his familiar furious way, putting more of an urgent spin on his tales than you find in the bland recitations of books on tape. Many of his stories are shocking, though not in the sense that usually applies to musicians of this kind. There's no sex, a painful scarcity of drugs, and surprisingly little rock 'n roll. "Get in the Van" can be ponderous and repetitive at times, but it's a fitting reminder that at one time long ago, people actually had to work to be famous.

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