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  • Henry Rollins - Occupants
    Item #: 1HAM35BOOK
    Signed copies are SOLD OUT!

    Occupants pairs Rollins' visceral full-color photographs taken in Bangladesh, Burma, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Northern Ireland, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, and elsewhere over the last few years—with writings that not only provide context and magnify the impact of the images but also lift them to the level of political commentary. Simply put, this book is a visual testimony of anger, suffering, and resilience that will help its readers realize what is so easy to miss when tragedy and terror become numbing, constant forces—the quieter, stronger forces of healing, solidarity, faith and even joy.
    • $35.00
    • $25.00
  • Henry Rollins - A Mad Dash
    Item #: 1HAM29
    A Mad Dash picks up where 2007’s A Preferred Blur left off. A seemingly endless stream of words, one after another, details his travels all over the world, over one hundred performances and the shooting of five documentaries. The book goes right to the end, only stopping at the last page.

    Henry Rollins is still writing himself into obscurity and from the looks of this book, he’s almost there! This self-published punk is criminally implicated in several books that bear his name. Someone should have a word with him about that. This back cover blurb is not the first time he has written in third-person singular. Thank you. -– Henry Rollins

    Note: Autographed copies are SOLD OUT.

    Made in USA
    • $17.00
    • $15.00
  • Henry Rollins - A Preferred Blur
    Item #: 1HAM26
    A Preferred Blur picks up where 2006’s A Dull Roar left off, chronicling the effects of a self-inflicted schedule designed to reduce sleep, over stimulate to the point of stupor and induce a case of nervous exhaustion. A marathoner’s depression was the desired effect which was achieved on 12-31-07 when the book comes to an end with the two word sentiment that got the whole project started in the first place.

    Made in USA
    • $17.00
    • $15.00
  • Henry Rollins - Eye Scream
    Item #: 1HAM01
    Work on Eye Scream started in 1986. I was crossing America constantly and experiencing the morality shifts, attitudes, and rituals in different parts of the country - the difference in the way people were in the Bible Belt as opposed to New York City, the way blacks and whites interfaced, the intolerance of homosexuality, the morality plays. I started to become aware of how brutal the country is and how much ferocity, cruelty, and oppression are inherent in the culture and how much of it was in me. I wanted to document it and create a book that brought the whole thing to a boil and see w here it left me off. In the summer of 1995, I finished the book and started to edit. Re-reading the manuscript over and over, I realized all the things I had picked up over a decade of playing Devil's advocate and it was inspiring because it clearly defined who my enemies are. As an American, I feel it impossible not to be infuriated by the way things are and have been. I refuse to be happy about the day-to-day and go along with it. There's too much spitting in my face and too much spitting in the faces of people who don't know any other way of life. This book is brutal, and at times, funny. I know that I will probably get a ton of shit for Eye Scream. Enjoy, or better yet... don't. -- Henry Rollins

    Made in USA
    • $10.00
  • Henry Rollins - Solipsist
    Item #: 1HAM07
    I saw the word Solipsist while reading the dictionary in 1993. I was living
    in NYC at the time and the word defined how the city made me feel. I worked
    on this book in several cities all over the world until 1996. The writing is
    obsessive and claustrophobic. To be solipsistic is to totally realize the ego
    and the nightmare of utter self-possession. I went for it and it swallowed me whole. -- Henry Rollins

    Made in USA
    • $12.00
  • Henry Rollins - Black Coffee Blues
    Item #: 1HAM02
    This classic Henry Rollins book contains a collection of journal entries, short pieces, and prose from 1989-1991.

    Made in USA
    • $11.00
  • Henry Rollins - The First Five
    Item #: 1HAM06
    The first five books by Henry Rollins combined in one volume. Includes High Adventure in the Great Outdoors, Bang!, Art to Choke Hearts, Pissing In The Gene Pool and One From None.

    Made in USA
    • $12.00
  • Henry Rollins - See A Grown Man Cry / Now Watch Him Die
    Item #: 1HAM08
    Two companion pieces released in one volume, containing selected writing and tour journal entries from 1988-1992.

    Made in USA
    • $15.00
  • Henry Rollins - A Dull Roar
    Item #: 1HAM04
    A Dull Roar is a five month chronicle of the spin, misinformation and sabre-rattling in the build up to the... oh, wait a minute. OK, A Dull Roar is a journal of my life from April to early September 2006 as I prepared for, went out on and completed a tour of North America with the Rollins Band from late July to early September. In the months before the tour, I completed the 2nd season of The Henry Rollins Show for the Independent Film Channel, worked on the film Wrong Turn 2 and slaved over my radio show Harmony in My Head. Some might advise that I get a life. I've got one. This is is it. -- Henry Rollins

    Made in USA
    • $12.00
  • Henry Rollins - Smile You’re Traveling
    Item #: 1HAM15
    Smile, You're Traveling is the third installment in the Black Coffee Blues series of books (which include Black Coffee Blues and Do I Come Here Often?). This time around Rollins reports from show tours and frequent flier financed travel during 1997 and 1998. Whether being terrified by roving gangs of baboons in Kenya or haggling with immigration officials over visa charges in Madagascar, Rollins finds a way to make his unique experiences universal. Says our weather beaten scribe of his journeys, "Some of it was cool, some of it was a pain in the ass, or maybe that was just me."

    Made in USA
    • $15.00
  • Henry Rollins - Broken Summers
    Item #: 1HAM03
    Broken Summers is a behind the scenes look at the making of the CD "Rise Above: 24 Black Flag songs to Benefit the West Memphis Three" and the subsequent world tour. In Broken Summers, Rollins details the rehearsals (songs he had not played since the mid-1980's), recruiting guest vocalists, dealing with arrogant managers, recording the CD, setting up the tour and the arduous trek of the Rollins Band tour from Tempe to Tokyo, in sometimes less than friendly environments. Controversy and emotions have run high since the start of Rollins' involvement in the Free the West Memphis Three project and from inception of the record to the last show date in Japan, this book documents fourteen months of pushing a stone up a hill against high wind in the pursuit of truth. Fans of Rollins no-hold-barred style of writing will not be let down as he is in his element here. Also included are several photos of the rehearsals, recording sessions and tour.

    Made in USA
    • $12.00
  • Henry Rollins - Do I Come Here Often?
    Item #: 1HAM05
    Do I Come Here Often? includes interviews with Jerry Lee Lewis and Isaac Hayes, articles on Roky Erickson and David Lee Roth and Rollins' 1991 Lollapalooza tour journals and features illustrations by Shannon Wheeler ("Too Much Coffee Man").

    Made in USA
    • $10.00
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