GG Allin Raw, Brutal, Rough & Bloody The Best of 1991 Live (1991)
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After spending 19 months in the Adrian, MI Correctional Facility, GG Allin was paroled in March
...After spending 19 months in the Adrian, MI Correctional Facility, GG Allin was paroled in March 1991. Back in NYC, the Murder Junkies were ready to carry out GG's Rock & Roll Mission. In the Fall, GG Allin & The Murder Junkies set out on their first US Tour. The following shows are some my personal favorites. See for yourself why GG Allin will always be the undisputed leader of the scumfuc Rock & Roll underground." - Merle Allin. This DVD includes 3 complete shows: San Diego 9/27/91, Chicago 10/10/91, and Atlanta 11/20/91.
The story of GG Allin involves extreme punk rock, violent confrontations, an uncompromising attitude, arrests, and an inevitably grisly demise. Allin may have won few friends in the music industry, but that wasn't really the point; A ferocious presence onstage, Allin performed with no limits whatsoever. Shows often ended in a bloody mess after numerous conflicts between band and audience, taking the notion of a punk rock show into new and dangerous territories. In 1991 he was released from jail after a 19 month stretch inside, and immediately took to the road. Backed by his band, The Murder Junkies, GG is captured here on three dates from the tour, in San Diego, Chicago, and Atlanta.
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