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JIM RULAND BRINGS YOU THE MUSIC


FEBRUARY, 2002
"Dressed in their now-traditional Droog get-up of black boots and bowler hats with white shirts and slacks, The Adicts looked like they hadnąt missed a beat. Monkey, in particular, looked amazingly limber and spry, like he could still fit into the clothes he was wearing on his sixteenth birthday. Unlike some classic punk rock bands who get back together to play reunion tours, benefits and selected festivals, they werenąt embarrassingly fat and out of shape. They didnąt look like they needed help climbing up on stage. Rather, they looked like they belonged there."

NOVEMBER, 2001
"When the jangling guitar alarm that is the intro to 'London’s Burning' resounded from the stage, I felt, at last, like something vital, urgent and necessary was taking place. I was a sleepy farmer awakening from a tequila-soaked siesta, and the outlaws were at the gate. It was nothing less than a call to arms soaked in snarling humor with rancor and bite. Here, at last, was the requisite irony, the essential aggression. It was about time."




 
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