What with his usual attire and the concerts for the troops, I never pegged Kid Rock as a Direct Action Anarchist type, but he seems to be getting a bit spikey late in life if these quotes from the BBC website are anything to go by:
"And I go: 'Wait a second, you've been stealing from the artists for years. Now you want me to stand up for you?'
"I was telling kids - download it illegally, I don't care. I want you to hear my music so I can play live."
Asked whether he was worried about illegal downloading, he replied: "I don't agree with it. I think we should level the playing field. I don't mind people stealing my music, that's fine. But I think they should steal everything.
"You know how much money the oil companies have? If you need some gas, just go fill your tank off and drive off, they're not going to miss it."
Oh wait up, wrote too soon: he's once of those type of anarchists:
But he said he did not implement that advice himself. "No, I don't steal things. I'm rich."
There must be a small scale laboratory in the 'burbs that produces a steady stream of this strain of anarchist.
Who's going to break the news to the old Subversion mob? I bet they were ready to bring the magazine out of retirement for a special one off 'Class War In The Moshpit' issue. They'll be gutted.