Yeah, Staingrrl, that pairing is odd, philosophically, yet Al was such the collaborator. Wish he would hook us up with some more RevCo. He also got together with Jello Biafra for the Power of Lard album by Lard.
Here is an odd interview setup I found last night:
In it you have Ian Mckaye, Penelope Houston from the Avengers, Exene Cervenka, and Al Quint from the original Boston hardcore scene (any info tying to J would be nice) all discussing questions about punk rock as this or that. Very well done, I’d say. The link may need cut and paste to work, if still nothing, lemme know.
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