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Henry Rollins has more than ever to rant about in this performance from his recent Shock & Awe Tour, its title irreverently inspired by George Bush's early predictions of the Iraqi War's impact. With all the ferocious energy of his days as a front man for the punk group Black Flag, Rollins scathingly draws observations from his recent USO tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. He also tears across the American political and cultural landscape and ventures into more personal territory, talking about his eclectic career from music to books to TV and film, sharing his fascinating insights from traveling the world and revealing his hilariously unsuccessful search for love.
Honestly it's Henry Rollins... if you like his stuff can you really go wrong with any of the DVD's I have a few and like them all.Published 22 months ago by Tim C.
Big Rollins fan for years, have seen him live and have many of his books and albums. This political spoken word DVD is entertaining and sadly accurate. Read morePublished on October 13, 2012 by Minx Grrl
Pretty funny. But the political allusions are boring when its from 5 years ago and you've heard enough of it.Published on August 17, 2008 by Mr. Shmandles
Henry Rollins is like the neighbor who constantly purchases new gadgets to mount on the walls of his garage as some weird pack rat feng shui disorder. Read morePublished on December 29, 2007 by Automated Message
While not the type of guy you would expect to do standup, Henry Rollins really does a good job. Beginning with political jokes which aren't his forte, Rollins starts slow. Read morePublished on May 9, 2007 by Matthew J. Hager
If there was one bit that watching it would render you laughing to the point of incontinence, it is Rollins' description of what would embody "unleashing compassion" on someone... Read morePublished on April 12, 2006 by epsteinsmutha