This week's guest, Tim Hinely (founder of Dagger Zine and editor of 'Where The Wild Gigs Were: A Trip Thru America’s Legendary Underground Music Venues') brings us the debut album by legendary Washington D.C. band Dag Nasty. Originally released in 1986 on Dischord Records, 'Can I Say' is a blistering collection of masterfully-played, intelligent punk tunes about looking inward and moving forward. Turn. It. Up!
Songs featured in this episode: Under Your Influence - Dag Nasty; In My Role As A Professional Singer and Ham - Rat Bastard (Mark Eitzel cover); The Godfather, Justification (with Shawn Brown) - Dag Nasty; Kids of the Black Hole - Adolescents; Unafraid - Alloy; Ohio is for Lovers - Hawthorne Heights; Values Here, One To Two - Dag Nasty; I Don't Care About You - Fear; Circles - Dag Nasty; Suburban Home - Descendents; Thin Line, Justification, What Now, I've Heard - Dag Nasty; Attitude - Bad Brains; Under Your Influence, Can I Say - Dag Nasty; Celebrated Summer - Husker Du; Never Go Back - Dag Nasty; Love's My Only Crime - Laughing Hyenas; 100 Punks - Dag Nasty (Generation X cover)