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Punk Rockers Ian MacKaye and Guy Picciotto.

Two members of the punk rock group Fugazi: singer-guitarist Ian MacKaye and guitarist Guy Picciotto. The Washington, D.C. band has become internationally known despite the fact that the band refuses to sign with a major label. They abhor commercialism and stardom. The impassioned band sings on it's new album, "Steady Diet of Nothing," about having control of their own bodies, TV - "nothing going on in there," and about the supreme court, "Justice Brennan, I know it's not your fault." (the new album is on "Dischord Records.")

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Other segments from the episode on April 13, 1992

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, April 13, 1992: Interview with Ian MacKaye and Guy Picciotoo; Interview with Huma Sarshar and Parviz Sayyad; Review of Toni Morrison's novel "Jazz."

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