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Item name Category Publish date Language Format
Politically Incorrect (June 29, 2000) - Screenshot (433x301)
Interview | Television 6/29/2000 English Video
Greg Graffin appears in the late-night political talk show "Politically Incorrect" hosted by Bill Maher. The main theme of the night is feminism. Greg barely gets the chance to comment.
Source: Politically Incorrect (June 29, 2000) (United States)
With: Greg Graffin
Viva 2 Rock Special - Screenshot (320x240)
Interview | Television 4/16/2000 Video
Greg Graffin and Jay Bentley talk about the incident in Santos, Brazil in 1999 and the 2000 summer tour in Europe.
Source: Viva 2 Rock (April 2000) (Germany)
With: Greg Graffin, Jay Bentley
M6 Rock Express interview - Screenshot (317x238)
Interview | Television 8/3/1996 French Video
Interview with Jay Bentley, Brian Baker and Greg Hetson. They talk about The Gray Race, Epitaph and Sony.
Source: M6 Rock Express (France)
With: Brian Baker, Greg Hetson, Jay Bentley
Musique Plus - Screenshot (431x307)
Interview | Television 4/22/1996 Video
Greg Graffin talks about the 1980's punk scene and how his ideas have changed over the years.
Source: Musique Plus (April 1996) (Canada)
With: Greg Graffin
Bravo TV - Screenshot (321x240)
Interview | Television 3/3/1996 Video
Greg Graffin and Greg Hetson talk about their fans, playing in small clubs and The Gray Race.
Source: RTL 2 Bravo TV (March 1996) (Germany)
With: Greg Graffin, Greg Hetson
MTV 120 Minutes - Screenshot (322x238)
Interview | Television 10/10/1993 Video
No synopsis available
Source: MTV 120 Minutes (United States)
With: Brett Gurewitz, Greg Graffin
Tribal Area - Screenshot (444x305)
Interview | Television 1/1/1990 Video
This interview was originally released on Tribal Area #4 Video Fanzine. The band talks about their early years, pessimism in their lyrics, their popularity in Germany, and their social-political ideology.
Source: Tribal Area #4 (1989) (Germany)
With: Brett Gurewitz, Greg Graffin, Greg Hetson, Jay Bentley, Pete Finestone
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