Including rare and unseen photos, essays, interviews and handwritten contributions from the likes of Andy Warhol, Lou Reed, Debbie Harry and the Sex Pistols, this brilliant volume collects the very best of the iconic magazine that defined an era and became the Bible of the Punk movement. 25,000 first printing.
The very best of Punk—the legendary magazine thatdefined an era—finds new life in this stunning anthology, featuring originalarticles along with behind-the-scenes commentary and the backstory on eachissue as told by editor-in-chief John Holmstrom. Punkwas the Bible of the urban counterculture movement. It not only gave punkmusic its name, but influenced the East Village art scene and steered the punkaesthetic and attitude. The Best of Punk Magazine includes high-qualityreprints of hard-to-find original issues, as well as rare and unseen photos,essays, interviews, and even handwritten contributions from the likes of AndyWarhol, Lou Reed, Debbie Harry, the Ramones, the Sex Pistols, Lester Bangs,Legs McNeil, Lenny Kaye, and many more. For collectors, lifelong punks, andthose just discovering what punk is all about, this is the chance see thehistory of the movement come back to life.
Punk, the legendary magazine that defined an era, finds new life in this anthology featuring original articles along with behind-the-scenes commentary and the back story on each issue as told by editor-in-chief John Holmstrom. If you're a lifelong punk, or one just discovering what punk is all about, this is the chance see the history of the movement come back to life.
Showcases the best of the iconic magazine that defined an era and became the bible of the punk movement, featuring rare photos, essays, interviews, and handwritten contributions from Andy Warhol, Debbie Harry, the Sex Pistols, and others.
the best of Punk magazine
Prologue. 1972-1975 : "Systematic destruction of public property"
Issue one : November-December 1975. Punk dump
Issue two : January-February 1976. The next big thing!
Issue three : March 1976. Blitzkrieg pop
Issue four : April 1976. "Search and destroy"
Issue five : Summer 1976. Stalled in neutral
Issue six : October 1976. "The all-American boy"
Issue seven : Fall 1976. PUNK grows up
Issue eight : Winter 1976-77. "The death of PUNK"
Issue ten : Spring 1977. There is no Ged [sic]
Issue eleven : Summer 1977. Summer of Sam
Issue twelve : Fall-Winter 1977. PUNK sells out?
Issue fourteen : Winter 1978. Shooting the Pistols
Issue fifteen : Spring-Summer 1978. The monster that ate PUNK magazine
Issue sixteen : Fall 1978. The last annual PUNK awards
Issue seventeen : Spring 1979. Dead mag walking
Issue eighteen : Summer 1979. It's the end, the end of the '70s
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