One more stroll down Destiny Street? Sure, why not? Ever since its release in 1982, Richard Hell has been dissatisfied with his second and final album with the Voidoids. The double-disc Destiny Street Complete is likely his last attempt at getting it right, presenting the original album, a re-do, a remix, and raw demos.
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Autobiographies, like most non-fiction, are tricky. Their subject matter require inherent interest — maybe even passion — marginalizing most audiences. The best autobiographies circumvent that demand by having a lot […]
(Sevens, a new feature on Aquarium Drunkard, pays tribute to the art of the individual song.) My first exposure to a lot of things punk was the late music critic […]