In 2013, David Peel and the Protesters released Up Against the Wall Street, an album of themed protest songs. In 2015, Peel was back to his fight for the legalization of marijuana, releasing his latest album as David Peel and the Lower East Side titled Give Hemp a Chance. Peel was working on his book Rock and Roll Outlaw. A career retrospective book that will include his complete lyrics, concert posters and photos from his career. Peel performed live in New York City on a regular basis.
The Hard Stuff is the solo debut album by former MC5 guitarist Wayne Kramer, released on January 10, 1995 on Epitaph Records. It featured guest appearances by members of Bad Religion and Suicidal Tendencies the Hard Stuff shows to be in full command of his jam-kicking facilities," while praising the album's "vital rawness".
Hearing the perversely beautiful sludge/slow jam of "Junkie Romance," Kramer demolishing the heroin chic image with the eye of a weathered survivor armed with wit and compassion, or the spoken word portrayal of an argument turned violent in "Incident on Stock Island" shows how his gifts are in full swing.
History of Rock and Roll. Wayne Kramer MC5. Wayne Kramer of the MC5. TAGS: Michigan, United States, Wayne Kramer.
Rock ‘N’ Roll Junkie Lyrics. I said dance, I said prance Sleazing in like a monkey That's cool, I say it's gross Honey so damn funky Dance to the rhythm Jungle music rhythm So primal, animal Tearing down the gown Striped with such a strip She's a winner's rockshot She don't give up, no No she don't give a shit
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This spring, singer-guitarist Wayne Kramer – formerly of the Detroit revolution-rock band the MC5 – hit a weird milestone, his first Top Ten album. 100 Greatest Guitarists, David Fricke’s Picks: Wayne Kramer.
Rock 'N' Roll – which was going to be titled Oldies but Mouldies until a black-and-white photo of a 20-year-old Lennon in Hamburg inspired the cover art and a new title – managed to make it to No. 6, and was Lennon's last album before his five-year retirement. When he resurfaced in late 1980 with Double Fantasy, he was sober, reunited with Ono, a father to a five-year-old son and at a place far from the one he was stumbling through when he recorded Rock 'N' Roll. Three weeks after his comeback record came out, he was killed.
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|Hate 18||David Peel & Death With Wayne Kramer||David Peel & Death With Wayne Kramer - Rock 'n' Roll Junkie / Junk Rock (7", Single)||Hate Records||Hate 18||Italy||2000|
|Hate 18||David Peel & Death With Wayne Kramer||David Peel & Death With Wayne Kramer - Rock 'n' Roll Junkie / Junk Rock (7", Single, Ltd, Ora)||Hate Records||Hate 18||Italy||2000|