Poety/Prose/Journals/Etc in the style of Henry Rollins' Black Coffee Blues

I just finished reading "Black coffee Blues" which I absolutely loved. I love his style, they way he writes and the ideas he incorporates. The themes of loneliness on the road, depression, etc are all great. I wasn't a big fan of 124 Worlds and 61 Dreams, though. What other books of his should I read? Are there any other writers similar to him that I should check out?
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black coffee blues is the 1st in a trilogyntry the other which are
do you i come here often and smile, you're travelling,

Rollins has a few more books as well try them
Henry Rollins is awesome and so is his poetry. My sister met him at Ian Mackayes wedding a few years back. She said he was an asshole.
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