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Posted by:admin | 09/14/2004 at 14:03
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"That band morphed into an unusual supergroup that included Rancid's Tim Armstrong and Bad Religion's Brett Gurewitz on guitars, with Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam on vocals. They also performed "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker" because, as Vedder said to the crowd, "You didn't sing loud enough the first time." The group then tackled "I Believe in Miracles" — a high point of the night."
"Several eras of punk rock were represented during the segment with some dream pairings that included Armstrong and Bad Religion's Brett Guerwitz teaming up first for "Cretin Hop," then joining Vedder as he passionately belted out "I Believe in Miracles" and the night's second version of "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker." The other once-in-a-lifetime union came when Henry Rollins and guitarist Steve Jones tore through "Commando" and "Blitzkrieg Bop," prompting Zombie to point out afterwards, "You just got the Ramones, Black Flag, and the Sex Pistols on one stage."