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1.) Shame [0:00] 2.) Starve [5:32] 3.) All I Want [9:40] 4.) The End of Something [14:22] 5.) On My Way to the Cage [19:12] 6.) Thursday Afternoon [22:33] 7.) During a City [26:37] 8.) Neon [30:17] 9.) Spilling Over the Side [34:45] 10.) Inhale Exhale [38:30] 11.) Saying Goodbye Again [42:09] 12.) Rejection [45:44] 13.) Disappearing Act [50:20] Only several months after the conclusion of the "Weight" world tour in late 1994, the Rollins Band was already back in rehearsal working on new material for another album. It didn't take long before they had come up with more than an album's worth of material and by 1996 the band was back in studio to record their fifth and last studio album. Released in 1997 by the now-defunct DreamWorks Records, "Come In And Burn" was considered, by all band members, to be their last collaborative work as that lineup of the Rollins Band. By the end of their 1997 tour supporting the album, Sim Cain, Melvin Gibbs and Chris Haskett left the band for various other projects, while vocalist and bandleader Henry Rollins recruited the members of Mother Superior to be his new band. Several years after its release, "Come In And Burn" went out of print and DreamWorks Records was bought out by MCA, thus giving the title back to Rollins who later remixed and re-released the album in 2005 on his own 2.13.61 label as a two-disc set including all the B-sides and alternate versions of several songs. The track "Starve" was released as the album's only single. 🤍 Melvin Gibbs - Bass Sim Cain - Drums Chris Haskett - Guitar Theo Van Rock - Soundboard Henry Rollins - Vocals
NEW Channel! Come Subscribe to Bohemia Afterdark's NEW Channel! We will be unlocking more of the music vault! 🤍 Rollins Band was an American rock group led by singer and songwriter Henry Rollins. They are best-known for the songs "Low Self Opinion" and "Liar", which both earned heavy airplay on MTV in the early 1990s. Critic Steve Huey describes their music as "uncompromising, intense, cathartic fusions of hard rock, funk, post-punk noise, and jazz experimentalism, with Rollins shouting angry, biting self-examinations and accusations over the grind." Bohemia Afterdark is a channel for music lovers that remember the alternative, grunge and hip hop music from the late 80’s and early 90’s. Music featured on BVMTV during that time typically was not seen anywhere else. Subscribe to the NEW Bohemia Afterdark channel as we work through our library of thousands of music videos, interviews, events and more. Want to be featured on BVMTV? Submit your band info to the email address below as we would love to hear more about you and your music. email: bohemiamusicvault🤍gmail.com Bohemia Afterdark launched on TVs in 1982 and operated in Phoenix, AZ, but early history is unknown until 1990 when they moved to Portland, Oregon. In 1992 they began airing on KPDX Portland and then they move to KWBP in 1994. In 1995 they began airing on 22 Network One affiliates. In 1997 Network One shut down and the service moved to KOIN and in 2001, the service moved back to Phoenix, airing on KASW, then in 2002, moved to KPHO-TV. In 2003 they got their own station, KPHE-LP, at the time broadcasting on channel 19 in Mesa, Arizona, and changed their name to Bohemia Visual Music. KPHE moved to channel 44 in Phoenix in 2005. Bohemia Visual Music changed their name to 24-7 Videos for a few months from mid-2005 to early-2006, then reverted to Bohemia Visual Music. Be sure to subscribe to the new BVMTV channel for more videos from the Bohemia Music Vault! 🤍 BVMTV Website: 🤍 BVMTV Facebook: 🤍 BVMTV Twitter 🤍 BVMTV Digg 🤍 BVMTV Tumblr 🤍 BVMTV Myspace 🤍
NEW Channel! Come Subscribe to Bohemia Afterdark's NEW Channel! We will be unlocking more of the music vault! 🤍 Almost immediately after the legendary punk/hardcore band Black Flag called it quits in 1987, lead singer Henry Rollins issued his first solo releases, Hot Animal Machine and Drive By Shootings (the latter an EP credited to Henrieta Collins and the Wifebeating Childhaters), featuring longtime friend Chris Haskett on guitar, bassist Bernie Wandel, and drummer Mick Green. But Rollins missed being part of a true band, hence the formation of the Rollins Band. Similar in style to the Flag's latter direction (Sabbath-esque riff-heavy hardcore metal), the Rollins Band enlisted ex-Gone members Sim Cain (drums) and Andrew Weiss (bass), while Haskett remained onboard. The group quickly made a name for themselves with their explosive concerts and nonstop touring, as soundman Theo Van Rock signed on as well (Rock's contributions were so great that he was often credited as a fifth member of the band). Bohemia Afterdark is a channel for music lovers that remember the alternative, grunge and hip hop music from the late 80’s and early 90’s. Music featured on BVMTV during that time typically was not seen anywhere else. Subscribe to the NEW Bohemia Afterdark channel as we work through our library of thousands of music videos, interviews, events and more. Want to be featured on BVMTV? Submit your band info to the email address below as we would love to hear more about you and your music. email: bohemiamusicvault🤍gmail.com Bohemia Afterdark launched on TVs in 1982 and operated in Phoenix, AZ, but early history is unknown until 1990 when they moved to Portland, Oregon. In 1992 they began airing on KPDX Portland and then they move to KWBP in 1994. In 1995 they began airing on 22 Network One affiliates. In 1997 Network One shut down and the service moved to KOIN and in 2001, the service moved back to Phoenix, airing on KASW, then in 2002, moved to KPHO-TV. In 2003 they got their own station, KPHE-LP, at the time broadcasting on channel 19 in Mesa, Arizona, and changed their name to Bohemia Visual Music. KPHE moved to channel 44 in Phoenix in 2005. Bohemia Visual Music changed their name to 24-7 Videos for a few months from mid-2005 to early-2006, then reverted to Bohemia Visual Music. Be sure to subscribe to the new BVMTV channel for more videos from the Bohemia Music Vault! 🤍 BVMTV Website: 🤍 BVMTV Facebook: 🤍 BVMTV Twitter 🤍 BVMTV Digg 🤍 BVMTV Tumblr 🤍 BVMTV Myspace 🤍
Great lyrics and so true. Song from the Rollins Band album "Weight". I couldn´t find a real video for this song on YouTube, so I took some pictures and tried to create my second video. Nothing special, but already better than the first one ;). So, just wait for the third.^^ Lyrics: if I'd listened everything that they said to me, I wouldn't be here! and if I took the time to bleed from all the tiny little arrows shot my way, I wouldn't be here! the ones who don't do anything are always the ones who try to put you down and you could spend your entire life walking around in the nowhere land of self doubt 'coz when you start to doubt yourself the real world will eat you alive! it's time, it's time to align your body with your mind, it's hero time it's time, it's time to align your body with your mind, it's hero time 'coz when you start to doubt yourself the real world will eat you alive! and you know it's true! I'm talking to you: hero time starts right now! Yeah, hero time, yeah, time to shine, hey, hero time! if ya think you've got 100 years to mess around: you're wrong! this time it's real, y o u r t i m e i s n o w . . . it's hero time! Yeah, hero time,hey, time to shine, yeah, hero time, yeah! hard times are gettin' harder, the liars are acting strong you better get a grip on yourself or you won't be around too long it's hero time, hey, time to shine, yeah, hero time, yeah, hero time, yeah! it's hero time, it's hero time, time to shine, shine, shine, shine, shine! oh yeah! (X3) no such thing as spare time, no such thing as free time no such thing as down time all you got is life time... go! 'coz it's hero time, 'coz it's time to shine 'coz it's time to go, go, go! yeah, hou! when you're gone, you're so gone (X2) you've got it now, it's time to go hero time starts right now! yeah, aha..! ...change it! I got grace in times of friction, I got truth in times of fiction I've got no time for the hype... suicide!? I'm not that type... I got no time for drug addiction, no time for smoke and booze too strong for a shortened life span, I've got no time to lose! It's time to shine, yeah, it's hero time, yeah, it's hero time, yeah, yeah! when you start to doubt yourself the real world will eat you alive! yeah! you could spend your entire walking around, coward: or you can get up! get up, get up, get up, get up! it's time to shine! yeah...
Rollins Band live 🤍 Bizarre Festival,Weeze,Germany(20.8.2000)[Full Show] -HQ- Set list: 01) Stop Look Listen 02) Tearing 03) Hotter And Hotter 04) Thinking Cap 05) [henry introducing the band] 06) Monster 07) You Let Yourself Down 08] Hard 09) Get Some Go Again 10) Illumination 11) On The Day 12) Change It Up 13) Love's So Heavy 14) Are You Ready? 15) Rocker 16) Your Number Is One 17) Do It
[[outtakes from the Get Some Go Again-sessions]] 0:00 Illumination (Ben Grossi Remix) 4:00 Side by Side 7:13 Frozen Man 10:31 100 Miles 14:48 Summer Nights 19:32 Action 24:29 Yellow Blues 30:50 Don't Let This Be 35:18 Coma 43:45 Hold On [Keyboards Brian Kehew] 53:49 Hell's Lounge Band Unwinds 59:00 Fuck Yo Mamma [unlisted track] Credits: Bass Marcus Blake Creative Director [Creative Consultant] Bob Ezrin Design, Photography By [Inner Tray] Dave Chapple Drums Jason Mackenroth Engineer [Cherokee Studios] Sander Van Jong* Engineer [Sunset Sound] Josh Turner Guitar, Piano Jim Wilson (2) Mastered By George Marino Photography By Henry Rollins Producer Henry Rollins Producer [Postproduction] Phil Klum Recorded By, Mixed By Clif Norrell Vocals [Throat] Henry Rollins Written-By Rollins Band Enjoy ;)
Rollins Band - Hard Volume 0:00 - Hard 4:04 - What Have I Got? 9:03 - I Feel Like This 13:29 - Planet Joe 17:48 - Love Song 24:09 - Turned Inside Out 30:34 - Down and Away 38:54 - Joy Riding with Frank 42:12 - BASS! 1:11:00 - You Didn't Need 1:16:11 - Ghost Rider
Rollins Band - Weeze / Flugplatz Niederrhein 20.08.2000 "Bizarre Festival" (TV) Henry Rollins - vocals Jim Wilson - guitar Marcus Blake - bass Jason Mackenroth - drums Setlist: 1) Stop Look Listen 2) Tearing 3) Hotter And Hotter 4) Thinking Cap 5) Monster 6) You Let Yourself Down 7) Hard 8) Get Some Go Again 9) Illumination 10) On The Day 11) Change It Up 12) Love's So Heavy 13) Are You Ready? 14) Rocker 15) Your # Is One 16) Do It If you are a band or their legitimate representant and wish for material to be removed, or if you are the filmer and desire proper credit, please reach out to me via e-mail at oldschoolvhs🤍gmail.com. I will always respect your wishes.
Аутентичный формат видео режиссёр Сергей Антипов звукорежиссёр Андрей Пастернак оператор-постановщик Ефим Рацимор „Programma A” was a cyclic music television program on Soviet and Russian television. It was broadcast on the First Program of the Central Television of the USSR, on the television channels RTR and TV-Tsentr during the period from 5 February 1989 to 16 February 2000 (initially monthly, since 1992 – weekly). Its permanent host and director was Sergey Antipov (1959-2015) – one of the most creative and influential personalities of the modern Russian television. The program was originally called “Pop Music News”. According to the idea of Sergey Antipov, all its categories started with the letter “A”: “Aktsent”, “Alternativa”, “Avangard”, “Afisha” etc. That is how the name “Programma A” came about. On “Programma A”, rock music, jazz and blues, different alternative music genres received special attention. Within the program, modern television technologies were in constant use, the modern visual language of the music television was also formed. As part of the category “Ad libitum”, live concerts of Russian and international performers were regularly (since 1992) broadcast with the parallel stereo sound on the leading FM radio stations of Moscow. Live concerts of the main Russian rock bands of that time were recorded by “Programma A”, such as “Avtomaticheskie Udovletvoriteli”, “Agata Kristi”, “Aquarium”, “Alisa” , “Aria”, “Auktyon”, “Bravo”, “Grazhdanskaya Oborona”, “DDT”, “Kalinov Most”, “Korol` I Shut”, “Mamonov i Alexey” (ex-“Zvuki Mu”), “Mashina Vremeni”, “Nautilus Pompilius”, “Nogu Svelo!”, “Piknik”, “Sektor Gaza”, “Splin”, “Televizor”, “Chaif”, “Chizh & Co.” and many other bands. Furthermore, “Programma A” recorded the Moscow concerts of many international artists, for example, B.B. King, Deep Purple, David Byrne, Ray Charles, Laibach, Rage Against The Machine, Status Quo, Tina Turner, Rollins band and others. In 1994, “Programma A” held the national final for The Eurovision Song Contest. Its winner Masha Kats alias Youddiph was the first Russian performer in this contest ever. In February 1999, “Programma A” celebrated its 10th anniversary by carrying out a live concert of two sections. The second part was aired directly from the Moscow apartment of Sergey Antipov on Chistye Prudy where Russian rock stars gathered – Vladimir Shakhrin (“Chaif”), Dmitry Revyakin (“Kalinov Most”), Alexandr Vasilyev (“Splin”) and Yuri Shevchuk (“DDT”).
" 'Come In And Burn' was originally released by DreamWorks as a single CD in 1997. This reissue has been expanded (with a different running order) to include b-sides and remixes. " - Discogs Disc 1 1. Shame 0:00 2. Starve 5:32 3. All I Want 9:40 4. The End of Something 14:20 5. On My Way to the Cage 19:10 6. Thursday Afternoon 22:31 7. Also Ran 26:34 8. During A City 30:18 9. Neon 33:58 10. Threshold 38:28 11. Spilling Over the Side 47:36 Disc 2 1. Inhale Exhale 51:20 2. Saying Goodbye Again 54:59 3. Rejection 58:33 4. Disappearing Act 1:03:10 5. Stray 1:06:50 6. Unknown Hero 1:10:28 7. During A City (Alt.) 1:15:00 8. Destroying the World 1:20:30 9. E.O.S. (Grooverider Remix) 1:33:22 10. E.O.S. (We Change Fear Remix) 1:38:12
Henry Rollins - Liar Live Reading Festival 28.08.94
1.) Do It [0:00] 2.) Move Right In [2:44] 3.) Next Time [10:11] 4.) Joe is Everything and Everything is Joe [13:32] 5.) Black and White [14:50] 6.) Lost & Found [18:37] 7.) Followed Around [21:27] 8.) Wreck Age [24:39] 9.) Lonely [29:39] 10.) Hot Animal Machine I [33:33] 11.) You Look at You [36:13] 12.) Gun in Mouth Blues [39:35] 13.) Turned Out [50:37] 14.) One Thousand Times Blind [56:31] 15.) No One [59:34] During the recording of their first studio album "Life Time" in 1987, the Rollins Band recorded three cover songs they frequently played live at the time; "Do It" by the Pink Fairies, "Move Right In" by the Velvet Underground and "Next Time" by Louis Prima & Sam Butera. These covers were later put together with live recordings from several shows played that same year during their first European tour. Having just formed that year, the band's intention was to expose a broader audience to how they sounded live, strongly believing their live sound to be far more representative of their musical and creative intentions as opposed to studio recordings. Named after the Pink Fairies song, "Do It" was released in 1988 as the first live album by the Rollins Band. The live portion of the album includes performances of material mostly from the "Life Time" album including a short introduction and interview named after vocalist and bandleader Henry Rollins' close friend Joe Cole titled "Joe is Everything and Everything is Joe." Recorded during four separate shows, the live portion is broken down as follows; tracks 4 to 10 in Deventer, Holland, tracks 11 and 12 in Kortrijk, Belgium, tracks 13 and 14 in London, England and track 15 in Ravensburg, Germany. The tracks recorded in Belgium are from the same show as the last tracks included in the original release of "Life Time." "Do It" has since been re-released under Rollins' own 2.13.61 label. 🤍 Andrew Weiss - Bass Sim Cain - Drums Chris Haskett - Guitar Theo Van Rock - Soundboard (Mixing) Henry Rollins - Vocals
Rollins Band - (live) Cameo Theatre Miami,Florida 7.28.92 (8mm Master)
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Mr. Rollins and band perform one of two numbers on this occasion, on late night USTV. A short interview follows the song.
Recorded 8/12/1994 - Woodstock 94 (Saugerties, NY) Visit Wolfgang's 🤍 to stream concerts from thousands of legendary artists. Start your free trial today. Copyright Bill Graham Archives
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Henry Rollins band performing live at Woodstock 94' Subscribe for more! 0:00 - Intro 0:35 - Disconnect 5:50 - Liar