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The End Of Something - Rollins Band - Come In And Burn (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Listen to your favorite songs from Come in & Burn Sessions by Rollins Band Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Come In And Burn on Discogs. Label: DreamWorks Records - DRMC • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Hard Rock.
  3. " The End of Something " is a song by Rollins Band. It is the first single released in support of their fifth album Come In and Burn.
  4. Come in and Burn is the fifth full-length studio album by Rollins Band. Released in on DreamWorks SKG, it is their major label debut. It is also the last album before vocalist Henry Rollins dissolved the band's "classic" lineup and later formed a new version of Rollins Band with musicians from Mother Superior, who provided his backing band from until , when the classic Rollins /5(10).
  5. The End Of Something This song is by Rollins Band and appears on the album Come In And Burn (). I don't step on roaches when they crawl across my floor And if I saw your body burning in the .
  6. Mar 28,  · Rollins Band’s seventh album, Come In and Burn, finds him again melodramatically declaiming lyrics that sound like transcriptions from a therapy session, over his band.
  7. Jul 25,  · And when the garbage piles up past my knees, and the rats are running free I'll say we're even And you'll know that it's the end of something Touch your fear, don't be afraid Touch your fear, don't be afraid Don't be afraid, don't be afraid, don't be afraid, don't be afraid It's the end of something The tears from your eyes that you cried have dried And theres nothing left to say And when you.
  8. Vocalist, public speaker, and social critic Henry Rollins wouldn't approve, but not everyone agreed with his decision to break up his band after the experimental Come in and Burn CD. Rollins has gone on record as saying that his mid-'90s unit of guitarist Chris Haskett, bassist Melvin Gibbs, and drummer Sim Cain erred in not wanting to be 6/
  9. The topics of shame, relationships, rejection and many more difficult emotions are covered on Rollins Band's new album, 'Come In And Burn.' Martin Carlsson checks on Hank's mental health The last time I visited Henry's Hollywood house a couple years ago, it was as sparsely furnished as you would expect by the barefoot performer.

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