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Image for Trouser Press, February 1982 - Interview with William S. Burroughs

Trouser Press, February 1982 - Interview with William S. Burroughs

By: Isler, Scott, ed., William S. Burroughs

Price: $15.00

Publisher: New York, Trouser Press: 1982

Seller ID: 1278


New York: Trouser Press, 1982. Very Good. Isler, Scott, ed. Trouser Press, February 1982. New York: Trouser Press/Ira A. Robbins, Vol. 8 No. 12, #70, February 1982. Staple-bound wraps, 20.5cm by 27.5mm, 50 pp. Light wear to the wraps and a tiny nick/tear on the bottom edge. No writing, highlighting, names, or other markings. The great American music magazine with a penchant for British rock, this issue features a four-page interview with William S. Burroughs by DEVO!... View more info

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In Memory Of… Issue One [Punk, Hardcore Zine]

By: Koenig, David

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Linden, NJ, c.1989

Seller ID: 2369


Staple-bound self-wraps, 21.5 by 27.9 cm, 10 pp., illus. Good with creases and edge wear, light stains on the back cover, a few small edge tears, and faint creases from being folded in quarters. Produced in the period where hardcore had simmered down and small gigs were few and far between, In Memory Of… was more of a collector’s trade list than zine covering current shows and scene news. “Inside this issue is some reviews, my trade list & wants, article about r... View more info

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Damage: An Inventory, Issues 1 and 2 [Punk, Hardcore Tabloid]

By: L., Brad; Skot A.; Mia Culpa; Marian K., eds.

Price: $200.00

Publisher: San Francisco, Damaged Goods Company: 1979

Seller ID: 2370


Vol. 1 No. 1 July 1979, Vol. 1 No. 2 August/September 1979. Newsprint, tabloid format, approx. 29 by 44 cm and folded, 36; 40 pp. incld. covers, illus. Yellowing with light cover and edge wear with a few small edge tears and a couple of light drip marks on the bottom edge of the front cover of issue two – the first issue is a little rougher than the second. A scarce post-punk, new wave paper that covered the San Fran and L.A. scenes, as well as national and internat... View more info

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Thrillseeker, Issue 1 [DC Hardcore, Straight Edge Zine]

By: Lombardi, Tony; Steve Kiviat; Sue German; Elliot Klayman, eds.

Price: $100.00

Publisher: Bowie, MD, Thrillseeker: 1982

Seller ID: 2371


Lombardi, Tony; Steve Kiviat; Sue German; Elliot Klayman, eds. Thrillseeker, Issue 1. Bowie, MD: Thrillseeker, no. 1, September 1982. Staple-bound card wraps, 21.5 by 28 cm, 55 pp., illus. Good with cover wear and stains. An early DC hardcore/straight edge zine with great cover graphics and very text-heavy. This impressive zine includes interviews with Black Flag’s Henry Rollins, D.O.A., Sonic Youth, the Flesheaters, Greg Hetson of the Circle Jerks, Jello Biafra o... View more info

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Freedom is Cancer, Issue 1 [Punk, Hardcores zine]

By: Lorbit, Jim; Jon Starks; Brett Tobias, eds.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Reading, PA, Jim Lorbit: 1985

Seller ID: 2372


Staple-bound self-wraps, 21.5 by 28 cm, [20] pp. incld. covers, illus. Good with light cover and edge wear and light creases from being folded in fourths. While the zine intro says, “we wanted to do something a bit different from the way most fanzines are done,” this is actually a great zine in the classic HC mold with page after page of news clippings (lots on Reagan, “a far right who’s who,” mystery rodents, teen rampages, etc.), Proudhon quotes, collage ar... View more info

Image for Rotten: No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs, The Authorized Autobiography of Johnny Rotten of the Sex Pistols – Signed

Rotten: No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs, The Authorized Autobiography of Johnny Rotten of the Sex Pistols – Signed

By: Lydon, John; Keith and Kent Zimmerman

Price: $125.00

Publisher: New York, St. Martin’s Press,: 1994

Edition: First printing

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 2390


Hardcover with dust jacket, black paper over black cloth spine with silver spine titles, 16 by 24 cm, ix 329 pp., 28 black and white photos. Near fine in very good jacket with light yellowing on the rear panel. Signed “Johnny Rotten was here!” on the half-title page (it looks as if he started with a marker that was dying and finished with a new marker). From the publisher: “Punk has been romanticized and embalmed in various media. It has been portrayed as an En... View more info

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Retard Riot, Issue 1 [Art, Punk Zine]

By: Lyon, Noah

Price: $100.00

Publisher: Clintondale, NY, Lyon, Noah: 2000

Seller ID: 2373


Issue 1, May 2000, first edition of “a few hundred.” Staple-bound self-wraps, [40] pp., illus. Very good with light cover and corner wear, and a pinhole in the upper left corner of the zine. The premier issue of Retard Riot, a punk (at least at its conception) and art zine that’s seen over 40 issues. Lyon (1979 –) is a multidisciplinary artist based in New York City. He works in drawing, painting, artist's books, sound art, and installation, and his w... View more info

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The Golfing Experience, Issue 1 [Punk, Music Zine]

By: McNally, Aileen; Jill Cunniff, eds.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, The Golfing Experience: 1986

Seller ID: 2374


No. 1, Summer/Fall 1986. Staple-bound card-wraps, offset-printed, 23 by 30.5 cm, 38 pp., illus. Good with cover wear, creases and faint stains. One of those zines that you hoped would make it, but you know deep down that they didn’t. A nice mix of short stories, travelogues, record reviews, great photos, and good interviews – a couple of which were with gen-u-ine stars. They include Killdozer, Jesus and Mary Chain, Frightwig, Soul Asylum, a lengthy interview wit... View more info

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Exhibit Poster for the Punk Rock Poster Show 1977-2002 – Signed

By: Miner, John E.

Price: $150.00

Publisher: [Los Angeles], Miner, John E.: 2002

Edition: Limited ed

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 2376


Screen-printed in white, light blue, gray and red on heavy black paper, 29 by 44.3 cm. Fine. Pencil signed by Miner in the lower right corner, numbered 12/100 in the lower left. This exhibit featured original screen-printed posters by Miner—like this one that was offered for sale at the show—and “classic punk flyers from the vaults of Hermann Senac,” an LA-based collector and drummer who played for several punk bands. Held at the Dragon Bar & Lounge in Covina... View more info

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NYHC: New York Hardcore 1980-1990 [Custom Leather-Bound Copy]

By: Rettman, Tony; Freddy Cricien, foreword

Price: $300.00

Publisher: Brooklyn, NY, Bazillion Points: 2015

Edition: second printing

Seller ID: 2383


Custom leather binding (see below), black endpapers, 18 by 25 cm, 382 pp., illus. Fine. An amazing document on the birth and evolution of the New York hardcore scene. “Known for its stylish 1970s punk rock scene, New York City matched the grim urban reality of the 1980s with a rawer musical uprising: New York hardcore […] With a backdrop of despair, bands like Agnostic Front, Cro-Mags, Murphy’s Law, and Youth of Today [not to mention Adrenalin O.D., Bad Brains, ... View more info

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Lungo La Strada [Punk, Hardcores Photographs]

By: Rigano, Andrea

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Verona, Italy, Kob Records: c. 1999

Seller ID: 2384


Wraps, 23.8 by 16.2 cm, [110] pp. Very good with light wear to the covers and corners. Rigano’s collection of photos from concerts taken over a three-year span in Italy. “Along the Road” includes shots of Agnostic Front, d.r.i., Murphy’s Law, Dropkick Murphys, Pennywise, Sub Zero, The Vandals, Less Than Jake, Blink 182, a number of Euro bands, etc. “Punk, Oi!, ska, straight edge, emo, crust… it’s all the same, and that’s what this collection wish [sic... View more info

Image for New York Rocker, April-May 1978 [The Clash Cover]

New York Rocker, April-May 1978 [The Clash Cover]

By: Schwartz, Andrew; Howard Klein, eds.

Price: $65.00

Publisher: New York, Over The Hill Publications, Inc.: 1978

Seller ID: 2385


Vol. 1 No. 12, April-May 1978. Newsprint tabloid, 29 by 42.5 cm, black and white with a two-color cover, [56] pp. incld. covers, illus. Very good with faint yellowing and minor edge wear. Schwartz’s first issue as editor after NYR’s creator Alan Betrock left the mag. The “UK Today” special issue featuring the Clash on the cover, a great image of Joe Strummer on the back cover, and a well-illustrated four-page article on the Clash. Also included are articles ... View more info

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Sex Pistols/Johnny Rotten Promotional Photo

By: Sex Pistols

Price: $60.00

Publisher: Burbank, Warner/Reprise: 1977

Seller ID: 858


Burbank: Warner/Reprise, 1977. Near Fine. Burbank: Warner/Reprise, 1977. Near Fine. Sex Pistols/Johnny Rotten Promotional Photo. Burbank: Warner/Reprise, 1977. Promotional photo of Johnny Rotten, 8 1/8 by 10 1/16-inches. Crease to upper right corner and in right margin. Handwritten date (12-8-77) on verso along with an Oct. 7 1980 date stamp. An iconic AP image of Rotten in his equally iconic “Destroy” shirt designed by Vivienne Westwood, to promote the U.S... View more info

Image for Pretty Vacant / No Fun 45 with Nowhere Busses Sleeve Designed by Jamie Reid - Vinyl Record

Pretty Vacant / No Fun 45 with Nowhere Busses Sleeve Designed by Jamie Reid - Vinyl Record

By: Sex Pistols

Price: $25.00

Publisher: [London], Virgin Records Ltd.: 1977

Seller ID: 2392


VS 184, 1977. Vinyl 45 with “Pretty Vacant” on the A-side and Stooges cover “No Fun” on the B-side. Original printing with the “Nowhere Busses” on the verso. Jamie Reid, best known for his “God Save the Queen” graphics, appropriated the bus image from a “Situationist pamphlet produced by David Jacobs in Berkeley in 1973.” In book lingo, the 45 is near fine with no scratches; the sleeve is very good with light edge wear and staple holes in the upp... View more info

Image for Sex Pistols / Johnny Rotten Promotional Photo

Sex Pistols / Johnny Rotten Promotional Photo

By: Sex Pistols / Johnny Rotten

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Burbank, Warner/Reprise: 1977

Seller ID: 849


Burbank: Warner/Reprise, 1977 Very Good Burbank: Warner/Reprise, 1977 Very Good Sex Pistols/Johnny Rotten Promotional Photo Burbank: Warner/Reprise, 1977 Promotional photo of Johnny Rotten, 8 1/8 by 10 1/16-inches Small, faint creases, “Sex Pistols” is circled in pen, remnants of a peeled-off label below Johnny’s name, and some skinning along the bottom edge on verso Date stamp of “Jan 1978” on verso An iconic AP image of Rotten in his equally iconic... View more info

Image for Bomp! Issue #17 [Sex Pistols cover] November 1977

Bomp! Issue #17 [Sex Pistols cover] November 1977

By: Shaw, Greg, ed., publisher

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Burbank, CA, Bomp Enterprises, Ltd.: 1977

Seller ID: 2394


November 1977, no. 17. Staple-bound, glossy wraps, 21.2 by 27.5 cm, 63 pp. Near fine with only faint signs of cover wear. A prime example of a zine going pro (and then dying). Bomp!, which began as Who Put the Bomp!, was started in 1970 as a mimeographed affair before adapting to a standard periodical format. It lasted for twenty-one issues. The publisher, Greg Shaw, was a record collector who came from the world of sci-fi zines and “is cited as having introduced... View more info

Image for Street Sounds Nos. 1 – 11 [Music Magazine, Punk SKA Skinhead Oi!]

Street Sounds Nos. 1 – 11 [Music Magazine, Punk SKA Skinhead Oi!]

By: Street Sounds Collective; Paul Hallam; Donna Damage; G. Llewellyn Barker, et al.

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Cobham, Surrey, Hawkins & Joseph: 2012-2015

Seller ID: 2396


Issue 1, October 2012 through Issue 11, May 2015, published quarterly. Two formats: Issues 1 – 4, staple-bound newsprint self-wraps, 18 by 26 cm, 32 – 40 pp.; Issues 5 – 11, staple-bound tabloid-format, newsprint, approx. 29 by 37 cm, 40 pp. ea., all heavily illustrated. Faint cover wear only. A brilliant rag, still being published, that focuses on British street music including punk, Oi!, reggae, ska, psychobilly, and a touch of metal and hardcore. Produced by... View more info

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Thrash Trax, Issue 1 [Punk, Hardcores zine]

By: Thorkelsson, Eric; Keith Alderidge, eds.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Surrey, British Columbia, Thrash Trax: [1981]

Seller ID: 2397


Staple-bound self-wraps, 21.5 by 28 cm, [12] pp. incld. covers, illus. Very good with a Zulu Records price label on the front cover. A photo-heavy Canadian zine featuring Discharge, Stretch Marks, an interview with The Neos, record reviews, etc. It also features a two-page interview with Vancouver’s D.O.A., one of the founding bands of the hardcore scene, where they touch on their new album, the classic “Hardcore 81.” View more info

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48 Thrills, Issue 3 [Early Punk ZIne, 1977]

By: Thrills, Adrian

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Hertsfordshire, England, Adrian Thrills: 1977

Seller ID: 2398


Issue 3, March 1977. Ten leaves printed recto only, stapled in upper corner, 21 by 29.5 cm, illus. Very good with light edge wear, and a small stain on the last leaf. A contemporary of Ripped & Torn and Sniffin’ Glue, this great early punk zine features The Cortinas (whose guitarist, Nick Sheppard replaced Mick Jones in the Clash in 1983 and played on their last album, Cut the Crap, which should have just been called Crap), news on The Jam’s first single (“In th... View more info

Image for Search & Destroy, Issues 1 – 11, Complete Run [Punk, Hardcore, Experimental]

Search & Destroy, Issues 1 – 11, Complete Run [Punk, Hardcore, Experimental]

By: Vale, V., ed.

Price: $300.00

Publisher: San Francisco, Search & Destroy: 1977-1979

Seller ID: 2399


Nos. 1-11, 1977-1979, all published, first printings, with issue one being the state without the red content/title stamps on the front cover. Newsprint, tabloid format, 29 by 45 cm and folded, 16-32 pp. each., illus. All are in very good condition with only light cover wear. Search & Destroy was simply in a class of its own. It seethed “a punk aesthetic with an intelligence, obnoxiousness and passion”18 found in few other sources. The writing was not only litera... View more info