Greg Ginn – Let It Burn (Because I Don’t Live There Anymore) 1994

Ok, that should be “Eric” with a “c”, but still, check out the drum credits at the end of this Greg Ginn article! I never get tired of being proud of my querido🙂

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Greg Ginn – Let It Burn (Because I Don’t Live There Anymore)

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Let It Burn marked Greg Ginn’s third solo release in less than a year, following an extended period away from the spotlight to run his SST, Cruz, and New Alliance labels. (Only figures like Frank Zappa approach such prolific drive.) As is true of his other solo albums (Getting Even, Dick), the emphasis is on raw, angular noise that sneaks up and steps on your expectations. Ginn’s songwriting remains preoccupied with personal freedom and the ways people betray each other. A resigned misanthropy hangs over tracks like “Drifting Away” (“If you want the truth, you’ll have to wait for that”), and “I Don’t Want It” (“I can’t stand the waiting anymore/I need you like a hole in the head”). “On a Roll” fires off an edgy declaration of intent, while the guitars sputter and snarl underneath the rhythm…

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