Brompton Jackson Round Up, News, Single And Album Reviews
On this episode of the Banned Biographies podcast your host, Tom Austin-Morgan, thanks Brompton Jackson from Wilmette for his time on last months' episode, and what you can expect from the next episode which will be out soon.
The news this month concerns: The continuing allegations against Justin Sane of Anti-Flag, the passing of Sinéad O’Connor, Jamie Reid and Steve Harwell, Descendents, Devo, Billy Idol, GBH, The Bronx, The Damned, Ben Weasel from Screaching Weasel's new book, Bob Vylan, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Fishbone and GZA of the Wu-Tang Clan touring together, former Lostprophets frontman and convicted peadophile, Ian Watkins getting stabbed in prison, Madball, Chris Flippin, Paramore, Glenn Danzig, TV Smith, Dexys, Green Day, Fat Mike, Lars Fredericksen, Amyl and the Sniffers, Bouncing Souls, L7, Flogging Molly, Bad Religion, and The Rolling Stones.
Tom reviews the singles by Pretenders, The Coral, Holly Humberstone, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Teenage Fanclub, Fat Mike, Corey Taylor, The Streets, Soft Play, Ash, Mondo Generator, The Gaslight Anthem, Molotov Jukebox, Dream Nails, and The Rolling Stones.
The albums reviewed this month are: The Female Divine by Dexys, Smile by Skindred, The Death of Randy Fitzsimmons by The Hives, A Call to the Void by Hot Milk, Road by Alice Cooper, and Back to The Water Below by Royal Blood.
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