Michael Buckner | Frazer Harrison, Getty Images Now this is a collaboration that…
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A feeling of alienation from the hardcore scene lead the heavily principled punks to abandon the underground just before releasing 1986's 'Bedtime for Democracy.' As the 1990s dawned, the former members went to court in a vicious dispute over royalty payments that were administered by ex-lead singer Jello Biafra's record company. Biafra accused his former bandmates of trashing the band's street cred with their shameless grabs at cash. 'Holiday in Cambodia' in a Levi's commercial? Not on Biafra's watch.