This week's guest, Tim Hinely (founder of Dagger Zine and editor of 'Where The Wild Gigs Were: A Trip Thru America’s Legendary Underground Music Venues') brings us the debut album by legendary Washington D.C. band Dag Nasty. Originally released in...
This week's guest, Tim Hinely (founder of Dagger Zine and editor of 'Where The Wild Gigs Were: A Trip Thru America’s Legendary Underground Music Venues') brings us the debut album by legendary Washington D.C. band Dag Nasty. Originally released in 1986 on Dischord Records, 'Can I Say' is a blistering collection of masterfully-played, intelligent punk tunes about looking inward and moving forward. Turn. It. Up!
Songs featured in this episode: Under Your Influence - Dag Nasty; In My Role As A Professional Singer and Ham - Rat Bastard (Mark Eitzel cover); The Godfather, Justification (with Shawn Brown) - Dag Nasty; Kids of the Black Hole - Adolescents; Unafraid - Alloy; Ohio is for Lovers - Hawthorne Heights; Values Here, One To Two - Dag Nasty; I Don't Care About You - Fear; Circles - Dag Nasty; Suburban Home - Descendents; Thin Line, Justification, What Now, I've Heard - Dag Nasty; Attitude - Bad Brains; Under Your Influence, Can I Say - Dag Nasty; Celebrated Summer - Husker Du; Never Go Back - Dag Nasty; Love's My Only Crime - Laughing Hyenas; 100 Punks - Dag Nasty (Generation X cover)
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Born and raised in NJ and left for California in the early 90's then to Portland, Oregon in the 00's and landed in Denver, CO in 2012. Started doing his zine DAGGER in 1987 and continued on as a print zine until 2012 and has been online ever since. Just had his first book published by Hozac entitled WHERE THE WILD GIGS WERE. Hinely has seen the real Sasquatch and lived to tell about it.