... or by it's proper name - Steve Ignorant Presents Crass Songs 1977-1984. As long as you went in not expecting Penny and company there should have been no problems. I was happy, Gizz from Broken Bones played guitar. English bands like English Dogs and Broken Bones helped me make the connection between metal and punk in those early years. I wasn't there to shoot the show, actually two of the kindest people ever got me in to the sold out show, Chad Strife and London May- THANKS guys! And for the record I was never the biggest Crass fan but this was a good show and I think Steve sounded great. Better than him was Nicole taking over for Eves songs... highlight of the night for me was So What?
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Too Fast To Live, Too Young To Die @ the Subliminal Projects Gallery March 2011 Last night was the opening for the newest show at Subliminal "Too Fast To Live, Too Young To Die". It's a collection of photos, flyers and art inspired by the late 70's and early 80's punk rock scene. Ed Colver and Glen E. Friedman should need no introductions, their pics grace the covers of many albums of hardcore legends (Black Flag, Circle Jerks, Minor Threat...). The same goes for Raymond Pettibon and all his works for SST and bands like Sonic Youths' Goo. Shepard Fairey used another Glen photo for his next punk tribute of Henry Rollins. Jenny Luna and Weston Smith were also contributors, their pictures were ones that I grew up with but long had forgotten the names of those that took them... Show started last night and runs through March 26th (FREE too)... Subliminal Projects Gallery SUBLIMINAL PROJECTS GALLERY 1331 W Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90026 Raymond Pettib