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Henry Rollins sits in

Former Black Flag vocalist Henry Rollins sits in for Iggy Pop, spinning tracks by the likes of Lightnin' Hopkins, The Ruts and Kraftwerk, plus an exclusive from Crystal Fairy.

Former Black Flag vocalist Henry Rollins sits in for Iggy Pop for the next two weeks.

No stranger to the world of radio, Rollins brings you two hours of tracks from his extensive record collection including tracks by Lightnin' Hopkins, The Ruts, Kraftwerk and an exclusive from Crystal Fairy.

Henry Rollins is a Washington DC born musician, journalist, radio host and spoken word artist.
After performing for the short-lived Washington D.C.-based band State of Alert in 1980, Rollins went on to front the California hardcore punk band Black Flag.

Following the band's breakup, Rollins released several spoken word albums, as well as forming the Rollins Band.

2 hours

Last on

Fri 20 Jan 2017 19:00

Music Played

  • Iggy Pop

    Funtime

  • The Ruts

    West One (Shine On Me)

  • Sunnyboys

    Happy Man

  • Crystal Fairy

    Crystal Fairy

  • Lightnin’ Hopkins

    Mojo Hand

  • Oh Sees

    The Poem

  • The Julie Ruin

    Time Is Up

  • Lorelle meets The Obsolete

    La Distinci¢n

  • Drinks

    Cheerio

  • Lee Perry & The Upsetters

    Kojak

  • XYZ

    Drum Machine

  • The Fall

    I've Been Duped

  • The Stooges & Doctor Mix & The Remix

    No Fun (Single Mix)

  • hollAnd

    Beep, Kiss

  • The Laurels

    Hit and Miss

  • Hierophants

    No Sympathy

  • Teledetente

    A Chaque Ville sa Folle

  • Dictaphone

    The Shoot Horses Don't They

  • Marie Möör

    Pretty Day

  • Kim Salmon

    Already Turned Out Burned Out

  • Terry

    Tippy Toppy

  • Wire

    Lowdown

  • The Warmers

    Walking Solves It

  • The Cramps

    Green Fuz

  • Boys Next Door

    The Nightwatchman

  • Dinosaur Jr.

    Tiny

  • David Bowie

    Sound And Vision

  • Hiiragi Fukuda

    Oya Wa Touhoku

  • The Damned

    I Believe In The Impossible

  • Charlie Harper

    Talk Is Cheap

  • Kraftwerk

    Trans-Europe Express

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