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"Hawaii Punk," Raoul Vehill's thinly veiled fictional account of his life as a punker in Honolulu, is rife with the expected sturm und drang of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll. Ah, yes, good times -- but at some cost to Vehill.
“If you were even remotely aware of Oahu's punk rock scene in the 1980s, you were familiar with Raoul of Devil Dog. Raoul Vehill's reputation always preceded him. He was the scene's definitive wild child, the frontman whose off-the-scale performances became widely notorious.”
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