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August 28, 2019


the G

Looks like they changed publishers, which would explain the hold up.

Long Gone Dong

Dude you ditched hardcore by 84/85 tops wtf do you know about hardcore/NYHC in 2019? LOL

Seriously, you are the CLASSIC former hardcore punk dude who rocked out to Nirvana or whatever and was like "hardcore's dead" on X/X/92.

No, people really don't hang out anymore, they see each other at shows mostly/only, but this thing has been going on for literally decades and it's everywhere including here.

Generation Records basement - nuff said.

Take your head out of your ass old man.

Alex in NYC

Gosh, thanks for writing in, Dong.

My point was not that hardcore is dead, my point was that this particular iteration of it is long gone. That’s not an opinion, that’s just a fact. Not sure when the last time was you walked down the Bowery was, but things have changed rather significantly since Karen O’Sullivan’s photos were taken.

For what it’s worth, I’ve never cared for Nirvana to any great degree. Fine little band, but hardly what I’d call original.

Maybe try being a little less presumptuous and antagonistic, and you’ll find life a little easier.

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