Brett Kimberlin has been a failure as a litigator. He’s also failed as musician. This was the TKPOTD from seven years ago today.
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The most viewed post here at Hogewash! is my review of the CD Nothing Else by Epoxy, a band fronted by Brett Kimberlin. It’s still available via Amazon.
The following is from Amazon’s product page and was apparently provided by Kimberlin.
If you take the best of guitar based punk and garage rock, add vintage analog technology, replace the theatrics of most modern bands with the real pain of being a real U.S. Government political prisoner, stir well, and you have Epoxy’s Nothing Else — the definition of rock for the 21st century. People are saying that this album will define the standards and the sound of alternative rock for years to come. Here’s what some people are saying about this album.
About the Artist
Brett Kimberlin, guitar and vocal, wrote all the songs on Nothing Else while incarcerated as a political prisoner by right-wing elements opposed to his First Amendment rights to speech and political activity. Many prisoner rights groups came to his rescue, including Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, American Civil Liberties Union and Families Against Mandatory Minimums, and he was released after several years of suffering. A portion of each album sale will be contributed to these four organizations.
Have I ever mentioned that Brett Kimberlin was convicted of perjury?
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All he he ever had was false narratives.