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Author Colegrave, Stephen.

Title Punk. : alife apart / edited by Stephen Colegrave & Chris Sullivan
Published London., [England] : Cassell, [2001]


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Description 399 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits ; 31 cm
regular print
Summary "This book gives voice to the punk generation 25 years on, as it remembers the mad, frenzied and often incoherent world of 1975-9. With nearly 100 contributors, including specially commissioned interviews with members and managers of the Sex Pistols, the Clash, the Ramones, the Heartbreakers, Siouxsie and the Banshees and many others, everybody has had a chance to speak, and their memories are supported by hundreds of previously unpublished photographs." "Variously described as middle class, working class, political, social, sexual, artistic, superficial, perverted, puerile and heroic, punk has always inspired controversy. Now it is for the reader to decide the truth - or truths - that fuelled this unique movement."--BOOK JACKET
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Bibliography page 392
Subject Rock musicians -- Interviews.
Punk rock music -- History and criticism.
Punk rock musicians -- Interviews.
Punk rock music.
Punk culture.
Genre/Form Interviews.
Author Sullivan, Chris.
Colegrave, Stephen.
LC no. 2002318316
ISBN 0304359874