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Record Heat by Brad Dwyer (NSFW)

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Plenty of folks like to think of The Rogue has Scottsdale's own CBGB's -- and with that excellently dingy punk rock bathroom, it's hard to argue against the club being one of the best loved dive/rock 'n' roll clubs in town.

Its' the sort of place where things can go from freaky to freakier pretty quick, as this week's Record Heat strip by Brad Dwyer explores.

Punk rock is all about breaking the rules and doing your own thing, but sometimes all the freedom leads to...interesting...situations.

Read on for all the gory details, but keep in mind that this one is a little NSFW, unless of course you work at The Rogue.

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