Broken Summers - Pages 190 - 210 Summary & Analysis

Henry Rollins
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Pages 190 - 210 Summary and Analysis

Arriving in Europe for tour, Rollins says that Keith Morris has left, and now Rollins will be singing Keith's part of the set. The band plays in Austria and Serbia, and Rollins says that he likes playing in Eastern Europe. The band plays a festival, but Rollins says that he does not like playing festivals, or hanging out with musicians, since they are "some of the dullest, most self-involved morons I have ever met" (p. 192). He says that Europeans rock like there's no tomorrow.

Rollins notices the 'afterburn of totalitarian oppression' everywhere in Serbia and Hungary, and on their way to a press conference, they end up getting out to walk when soldiers want to search the van. In Germany, Rollins says that music is a timeline for him, as certain songs are associated with certain times, and some...

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