Hello everybody and welcome to Navel Gazing: your look back at the week in Punknews. I'm Adam White and I'll be your guide through some of the most popular, notable, and otherwise attention getting stories of the past seven days. Each and every Punknews story is built from tips contributed by you fine folks, and here's what got the community talking this week:
- Velvet Underground's Maureen Tucker talks about the Tea Party movement in the US
- Bad Religion unveiled their amazing (and Into The Unknown including) 30th Anniversary Vinyl Box Set
- Kiss frontman and cranky old loudmouth Gene Simmons went to war with the internet vigilantes collectively known as Anonymous
- The Flatliners released their video for "Monumental"
- Five employees of DC9 were arrested in the beating death which took place outside a recent Agnostic Front show. Roger Miret weighed in on the incident as well.
- Germs of Perfection: A Tribute to Bad Religion was posted for download
- Jay Weinberg responded to his recent departure from Madball
With that we hand over this Sunday evening to you, the Punknews community. From that glorious, likely bearded rabble we've see the creation of everything from message boards and Punknews fantasy sports leagues to even a band or two. So talk amongst yourselves and we'll see you Monday…