Jesse Malin's 'Art of Self Destruction'

Jesse Malin was a punk rocker at age 12, and went on to front the group D Generation, which disbanded in 1999. But his new CD, The Fine Art of Self Destruction sounds more like Bruce Springsteen than Johnny Rotten. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks with Malin.

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