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Marc Campbell was the lead singer and lyricist for THE NAILS who recorded two critically acclaimed albums for RCA records. He's best known for the cult hit "88 Lines About 44 Women". Later this year, Campbell will be releasing his first solo album, "Tantric Machine". He is also working on a book, 44 WOMEN, an erotic memoir spanning the 60s and 70s, from the hippies to the punks. "Having been passionately involved with the social and artistic revolutions of those decades, I see many connections between the two and how one grew out of the other. 44 WOMEN pays tribute to the power and glory of sex, drugs, rock and roll...and LOVE. It is dedicated to the women in my life who did their best to keep me human". Marc currently lives in Austin, Texas with his beautiful Turkish girlfriend and his chihuahua Freddy. He likes good wine, rock and roll and hardboiled detective novels. He agrees with Timothy Leary that "intelligence is the ultimate aphrodisiac".
03.14.17 / ‘Kodoku Meatball Machine’: Nipple guns, four tons of blood and a shitload of gore and mayhem
01.19.17 / Abattoir Blues: In ‘Blood of the Beasts’ death has a cruel beauty
01.17.17 / Trust us, you’ve never seen ANYTHING like ‘We Are The Flesh’
01.06.17 / Welcome to the broken pyramid of your brain: The wild, weird & beautiful art of René Brantonne
01.04.17 / All you need is war: The Beatles vs. Hitler in the most fucked-up movie ever made
Freelance writer, Musician, and I'm the Girl Friday of Socialism
rock 'n' roll, activism, US culture, New York
I'm in love with Rock 'n' Roll, and I'll be out all night.
09.01.16 / Obama finally handing out pardons, and after 22 years for pot and acid, this Deadhead will go free
08.26.16 / George Carlin recorded vicious anti-cop bit just before 9/11, now hear the uncensored material
08.25.16 / Fashion designer pierces meat, fruit and flowers for sexual still life arrangements
08.22.16 / Thomas Edison filmed strippers, drug dens, animal murders, and THE VERY FIRST CAT VIDEO
08.18.16 / ‘How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck’: Herzog’s doc on auctioneers & ‘the poetry of capitalism’
Musician, Curator, NGH Certified Consulting Hypnotist
Smashism, Aktionism, Lowbrow and Highbrow Cinema, Historical Countercultures, Bad Music For Bad People
Served time in "musical" groups In/Humanity, Guyana Punch Line, and currently Anakrid. Former columnist for Maximumrockandroll Magazine. Days are divided between high-end record dealing, event promotion, hypnotherapy, film series curation, and study of topics ranging from control and influence to the occult to obscure yuletide traditions to Z-list celebrities to junk science to transgressive art. Capricorn. Enjoys an occasional gin and tonic. Paces a lot. Can take a joke.
03.24.17 / When Quentin Tarantino played an Elvis Impersonator on ‘The Golden Girls’
03.17.17 / 3-Dimensional movie posters that play movies: Hand-painted VCRs that look like giant VHS boxes
03.10.17 / Unplugged: The Cure play acoustic renditions of their greatest hits
03.03.17 / Disco Preservation Society: A treasure trove of DJ mixes from 80s San Francisco dance clubs
02.24.17 / Johnny Depp ‘speaker dives’ to Agent Orange in the punksploitation episode of ‘21 Jump Street’
Musician, Writer, Student
Women in Rock, Rock n' Roll Biographies, Cats, Cemeteries
I'm hoping that my rock n' roll biography collection will get me into the Guinness World Records rather than on an episode of Hoarders.
09.26.16 / Punks, headbangers & homeless kids: Penelope Spheeris on ‘The Decline of Western Civilization’
09.19.16 / Castration Squad: The unsung heroines of Alice Bag and Dinah Cancer’s early deathrock band
09.16.16 / Her Little Red Books: Cult figure Bebe Buell plans ahead
08.23.16 / Riot Grrrl: Allison Wolfe of Bratmobile talks about zines, feminism and her new band, Sex Stains
08.17.16 / ‘Girls Bite Back’: An early nod to women in rock with the Slits, Nina Hagen, Siouxsie and Girlschool