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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".
08.28.15 / The Damned: Don’t You Wish That We Were Dead
06.16.15 / 50 years ago today Bob Dylan totally blew our minds with ‘Like a Rolling Stone’
05.20.15 / Banished from the airwaves: The absolute shittiest band to ever play the Letterman show
05.19.15 / Dennis Hopper, drunk and stoned with six sticks of dynamite—what could possibly go wrong?
05.18.15 / Rock and roll’s turd in the punchbowl: An interview with John Lydon
Writer, blogger, friendly, neighborhood word-slinger.
Books, art, film, theater, tea and symphonies.
Writer, blogger, dog-walker. Producer and Director of TV documentaries. Born in East Kilbride, lives in Glasgow, Scotland.
06.26.15 / Book designs for beautiful minds
06.25.15 / Feminist psychodrama ‘Felt’ examines sexism, gender and violence
06.24.15 / The Demon Dog: Filming with James Ellroy in L.A., 1994
06.23.15 / Can you identify these pixelated versions of famous works of art?
06.22.15 / Harlan Ellison is revolting: Speculative Fiction and the revolution of the mind
Librarian, Semi-retired rock weirdo
American Counterculture, Information Systems, Off-Grid Farming, Freaks, Ohio Rock n' Roll
I was born in Wheeling, West Virginia, and then moved a lot, living in Houston, TX, Pittsburg, PA, Wheeling (Again), Erlanger, KY, Cincinnati, OH, New York, NY, Kent, OH and Chicago, IL before finally settling down in Cleveland in 2000.
For the past 20 years, I've played in bands from Kentucky and Ohio that you've never heard of, all of them pretty good.
I'm married to my pal, Lisa, a social activist and musician. We have two kids that we're trying to turn into conscientious, non-uptight American citizens.
04.02.15 / Before he was Hulk Hogan’s manger, Jimmy Hart scored a top five hit with the Gentrys in 1965
03.26.15 / ‘Time to Suck’: Wild 70s South African proto-metal band Suck covers Black Sabbath, King Crimson
03.24.15 / Original Woodstock ads show how much of a slipshod operation the whole thing was
03.23.15 / Hilarious ‘beatnik girl’ makeover from 1963
03.20.15 / Before he wrote ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll McDonalds’ and ‘Kurt Cobain,’ Wesley Willis was a street artist
DJ, musician, writer, out of control collector...
Rare crazy records, Spook show memorabilia, cheap 60's merchandise aimed at teenagers, fashion, freaks, monster movies &
Happy to be one of The Usual Gang Of Idiots.
If you want a real bio there is one here: http://www.awmok.com/author/howiepyro/
12.25.14 / Intoxica Radio Xmas Show! Wild Unknown Rock-n-Roll, Soul, R & B!
12.24.14 / Garage Rock Madness with The Muppets first Ed Sullivan appearance, 1966
11.27.14 / Blood Freak! The ultimate Thanksgiving gore film (and a true Golden Turkey!)
11.25.14 / ‘How To Blow Your Mind And Have A Freak Out Party’: The stupidest record of the 1960s?
11.21.14 / ‘Bight of the Twin’: Update on Genesis Breyer P-Orridge’s Amazing African Adventures!
Writer, editor, musician
Cranks, crackpots, revolutionaries, mystics
"Looks like Elvis after 20 years in the fucking coffin."
Someday, I hope to publish an anthology of bad advice for young people.
08.28.15 / Brian Eno’s ‘short tribute film to Can’
08.27.15 / Julian Cope interviewed by a computer on ‘Star Test,’ 1989
08.21.15 / Watch P-Orridge, Moog, Moroder, Can and many more in the electronic music documentary ‘Modulations’
08.20.15 / ‘Pesterminator,’ the shit video game that advertised Western Exterminator
08.14.15 / Rod McKuen’s noise album, ‘Music to Freak Your Friends and Break Your Lease’
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.
08.28.15 / Estonian choral punk song festival: Either the most unpunk OR punkest thing on the planet
08.27.15 / The MTV music video that’s still giving people nightmares over 30 years later
08.26.15 / Cradle yourself in retro-futurist comfort: Eero Aarnio’s Ball Chair
08.25.15 / 2015: The year the Internet decided it was over Banksy
08.24.15 / They didn’t write that?: Hits you (probably) didn’t realize were cover songs (Part One)