Imagine you’re the lead vocalist/guitarist of a band that plays Punk Rock, a commercially unrewarding genre. Your group forms in 1987, and after a decade of vigorously plying your sound in dives across the country, things really pick up. You gradually find yourself at an apex of underground popularity, reaching a point where your audiences recite your lyrics louder than you ever could. Then, the group’s output drops off significantly.
What’s next? If you’re Tim Barry, you return to the beginning.
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