An Oral History
Punk rock musician John Robb spent over a year interviewing more than 100 contributors to bring the inside view on the seminal events of the radical Punk Rock movement that exploded in Seventies Britain. The result is the definitive oral history.
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.
Independent Publishing Group
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Punk rock musician John Robb interviews more than 100 contributors to bring the inside view on the seminal events of the radical Punk Rock movement that exploded in Seventies Britain.
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