Punk fan goes viral after dropping band names in chat on conservative radio

A punk fan has gone viral after calling up a conservative morning radio show and leaving various band names in his conversation with his hosts.

Illustrator Rob Dobi – using Bill’s name – dialed the number for WSMN Life with Liz yesterday’s show (November 24) with the idea of ​​”naming as many punk bands as possible before they make themselves heard”.

From the less visible (Sick Of It All, Rancid, Misfits and Minor Threat) to the more easily identifiable (Blink-182, Reel Big Fish and Fall Out Boy), he managed to squeeze in quite a few band names without the show. from New Hampshire. the hosts seize it.

“One of my main problems is… I’m a Republican in a pretty liberal area, sometimes I feel like everyone is being right against me! Dobi told Liz Gabert.

“I feel like what we need to do is listen to what our Descendants have told us. Because in the past we have refused to live a life of agony. I am fed up with everything. I’m sick of people thinking we’re just a minor threat. Enough of this Fugazi. A lot of these people just have Bad Brains, which are Misfits who give up Black Flag and they’re pretty much Anti-Flag. I think we need to converge and help the young people of today because every time you blink, 182 children disappear… ”

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Elsewhere, Fall Out Boy’s 2003 mini-album, “Evening Out With Your Girlfriend,” landed on the streaming services in its entirety for the very first time earlier this month.

The group’s nine-track draft was originally released a few months before their official debut album “Take This To Your Grave,” which arrived on May 6, 2003 via Fueled By Ramen.

Meanwhile, Duran Duran recalled how much their style and musical focus changed after punk “got a little boring” for them.

Speaking in a recent interview, frontman Simon Le Bon spoke about how the band once found the rebellious genre exciting, but after a while it got boring to them.