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Appetite for Distortion - Ep. 109 - Henry Rollins talks PUNK and West Arkeen's nephew tells all!

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Wow, this is a big one! I can't wait to listen to it later.

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52 minutes ago, Gambit83 said:

First up, we are honored to speak with punk icon, Henry Rollins. We discuss his involvement in the docuseries PUNK on the EPIX channel (produced by Iggy Pop). Henry also shares his feelings on the movement today and answers if he thinks Guns N' Roses was punk.

Our second interview is with 25-year-old KC Nash Kelly, the nephew of the late West Arkeen. KC shares intimate feelings about his uncle and the rest of his family. Why haven't we heard more of West's recordings? Why were the GNR songs West wrote taken off Spotify? We have a raw and powerful discuss about his late uncle West.

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Duff is holding out his arms and demonstrating to Henry all the money he made on the  NITL tour.

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He is unreconogzible now, much more slim that i remember  him.

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13 hours ago, Sydney Fan said:

Duff is saying if my balls were this big i could have convinced axl to bring izzy in without having to take a pay cut.

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Listening to the interviews.  First, congrats on interviewing Rollins even though its short.  The guy is a legend!

Second, listening your interview with KC is pretty depressing.  It's absolutely incredible how money can tear family apart, especially in death.  I feel for the guy.  RIP West.  

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Loved the interview with Henry Rollins.

The interview with West’s nephew was somewhat disturbing to me. You did a great job, Brando, as usual. But I don’t get the guy. Why did he want to go to a podcast and talk about all that private stuff? I don’t really get it. (Also I didn’t listen til the end, maybe it would have become clearer?)

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58 minutes ago, Tori72 said:

Loved the interview with Henry Rollins.

The interview with West’s nephew was somewhat disturbing to me. You did a great job, Brando, as usual. But I don’t get the guy. Why did he want to go to a podcast and talk about all that private stuff? I don’t really get it. (Also I didn’t listen til the end, maybe it would have become clearer?)

I didn't expect him to show as much direct anger towards West's brother, his other uncle. But this is what he wanted to share, a lot to get off his chest clearly.

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Great interviews. Henry was great. 

So sad about West's family, actually got me choked up a bit. Maybe he wanted the truth out there to possibly get the wicked uncle under pressure by someone who might be able to get things changed? Families can become so ugly where money is involved and in this case, he is only hurting West's legacy in keeping his work private, it could be so much bigger. 😖

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15 hours ago, Eibon said:

I can't listen to the nephew.

"You know, you know, you know, you know."  

He should learn to speak.

 

He's a 25 yr old kid talking about his family issues, not Walter Cronkite.

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