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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


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

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Punk Magazine No. 8, March 1977 [Sex Pistols cover]

By: Holstrom, John; Eddy “Legs” McNeil, eds.; Ged Dunn, publisher

Price: $150.00

Publisher: New York, Punk Magazine, 1977


No. 8, March 1977. Staple-bound wraps, 21.5 by 27.5 cm, 37 (3) pp., illus. Very good with very light cover wear, a “D” sticker and mailing label (to Frank Rose at Oui Magazine – Rose was a staff writer at Oui, Rolling Stone, etc.) on the front cover. Debuting in December 1975, this is the magazine that named the movement.6 Punk’s unique mixture of music, cartoons and art not only gave voice to a new generation of teens and trouble-makers, it, along with CBGBs... View more info

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Punk Rock Vol. 1 No. 1

By: Goodman, Jeffrey, editor-in-chief

Price: $75.00

Publisher: New York, Stories, Layouts and Press, Inc., 1977


December 1977, Vol. 1 No. 1. Staple-bound wraps, glossy color cover, 20.5 by 27.5 cm, 66 pp. Good with light creases and scuffing to the covers, a 5 cm split at the tail of the spine, and heavy yellowing to the leaves. An example of mass media attempting to squeeze a few dollars out of the punk movement, Punk Rock was published by Myron Fass, “one of the most successful independent publishers in history.”5 Fass was best known for his horror pubs, but he would pub... View more info

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Punk Rock Vol. 2 No. 2

By: Goodman, Jeffrey, editor-in-chief

Price: $75.00

Publisher: New York, Stories, Layouts and Press, Inc., 1978


April 1978, Vol. 2 No. 2. Staple-bound wraps, glossy color cover, 20.5 by 27.5 cm, 66 pp. Good with light creases and scuffing to the covers and yellowing to the leaves. Includes a six-page photo spread of the Pistols (and a great cover featuring Johnny Rotten), the Hot Rods, David Bowie, Patti Smith, The Dead Boys, The Erasers, Cheap Trick (whose PR people were promoting as a punk band), Blondie, Peter Frampton (“Peter ain’t no punk, he’s a wimp”), and Iggy P... 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


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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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


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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Rude Boy [The Clash, Film]

By: [The Clash]

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Beverly Hills and Boston, Atlantic Releasing Corp., 1980


Staple-bound wraps, 19.6 by 28 cm, 29 pp., illus. Very good with light yellowing and a staple hole in the upper corner of the front cover. Promotional “Official Booklet” for the Clash movie “Rude Boy,” which was released in 1980. While the plotline – young dumbass leaves his crap job to roadie for The Clash – met mixed reviews (“labored,” as Jon Savage put it1), it undoubtedly has some of the best live concert footage ever recorded, including The Clash... View more info

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Scrapbook of Stiff Little Fingers Clippings and Memorabilia, 1980-83 [Punk]

By: [Stiff Little Fingers]

Price: $125.00

Publisher: np, [1980-83]


No place: no indication of who originally created the scrapbook, assembled c.1980-1983. Production scrapbook with SLF graphics and titles pasted on the front cover, staple-bound wraps, 24.5 by 37.5 cm, [32] pp. of which all but three are used. Light cover wear and scuffing with heavy corner wear and creases. A great scrapbook from an obvious SLF fan. The Stiff Little Fingers were a Belfast-based punk band that formed in 1977. They started off as a cover band15 but q... View more info

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

By: Vale, V., ed.

Price: $600.00

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


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

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Sex Pistols / Johnny Rotten Promotional Photo

By: Sex Pistols / Johnny Rotten

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Burbank, Warner/Reprise, 1977


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

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Sex Pistols/Johnny Rotten Promotional Photo

By: Sex Pistols

Price: $60.00

Publisher: Burbank, Warner/Reprise, 1977


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

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Six Photographs of M.D.C. Live in Germany [Hardcore Punk, Millions of Dead Cops, Multi-Death Corporations]

By: [MDC]

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Germany, 1987


Six photos of M.D.C. (aka Millions of Dead Cops, Millions of Dead Children, Multi-Death Corporations) performing at Ajz in Bielefeld and the Live Station in Dortmund, Germany in 1987. The photos, which focus mainly on singer Dave Dictor, were taken for a German zine whose name has, unfortunately, been lost to time. All are very good with light bumping to a few corners. M.D.C., a far-left hardcore band, originated in Austin, before relocating to San Francisco, and fina... View more info

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Street Kids, August 1983 [Seattle Zine, Vancouver Squamish Five]

By: Hartwell, Lane; Marsupial Jones, eds.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Seattle, J T & A, Inc., 1983


Volume 1, Number 5, August 1983. Tabloid format on newsprint, 29 by 40.5 cm then folded, 15 pp., illus. Light yellowing and a 6 cm tear on the fore-edge of the front cover. A fantastic street culture zine from Seattle, with articles on birth control and laws against wheatpasting, articles on or interviews with Black Flag, Def Leppard, 3 Teens Kill 4, Red Rockers, and local bands Shanghai Dog and Red Masque, as well as poetry, fiction, and letters. The most interestin... View more info

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The Art of Punk: The Illustrated History of Punk Rock Design

By: Bestly, Russ; Alex Ogg

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Minneapolis, MN, Voyageur Press, 2012

Edition: First American edition


Hardcover with illustrated boards, 25.2 by 28.4 cm, 224 pp., illus. Very good with light bumping to the extremities, a couple tiny digs on the fore-edge of the front cover, a faint scratch on the front cover, and a security tag ghost on the title page. From the publisher: “Punk rock gave birth to an art movement that was little appreciated at the time but soon became influential around the globe. This is the first book to chronicle the art of punk style, from concer... View more info

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

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

By: McNally, Aileen; Jill Cunniff, eds.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, The Golfing Experience, 1986


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