Punk Rock: An Oral History
by John Robb
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Presents the history of a radical movement in Seventies Britain. With its own clothes, hair, artwork, fanzines and radical politics, Punk boasted a DIY ethos that meant anyone could take part. This book gives the inside view on events such as the Sex Pistols' anti-Jubilee riverboat party, famous gigs at the Roxy and 100 Club, and their records.
- Indie Music
- Publication Date:
- EBURY PRESS
- Craske, Oliver
- Country of origin:
- United Kingdom
- 512 pages, 50 illustrations
- Dimensions (mm):