Hamell on Trial
The Terrorism of Everyday Life
This article is from 2007.
Can there be anything worse than someone banging on about how wild life was in the 60s/early 70s? Possibly not, and in The Terrorism of Everyday Life cult hero Hamell tortures the uninitiated with a string of shouty punkish anthems and marginally amusing tales such as the homophobe smoking the ashes of an AIDS victim. (Brian Donaldson)
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