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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

Condition: Near Fine


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 English class revolt and a reckless diversion that became a marketing dream. But there is no disputing its starting point. Ev... 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

Condition: Very Good


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 work is in the permanent collections of the Tate Britain, the Museum of Modern Art, The Menil Collection, and The Whitney... 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

Condition: Good


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 with the Butthole Surfers, and a real get – Shane MacGowan of the Pogues. The editors learned that Shane “laughs like Grove... 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

Condition: Fine


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, California on February 23rd, 2002. First Edition. 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

Condition: Fine


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, Cause for Alarm, Death Before Dishonor, Reagan Youth, Sick of it All, the Misfits, Warzone, etc.] confronted their reality wi... 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

Condition: Very Good


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] to show…” A single page of text followed by black and white photos. View more info

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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

Condition: Very Good


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 on the X-Ray Spex, The Boys, Bob Geldof, Tom Robinson, “British Bands – A to Z,” UK rockabilly, Red Star Records, TVT, ... 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

Condition: Near Fine


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. release of “Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols.” View more info

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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

Condition: Near Fine


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 upper right corner. 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

Seller ID: 849

Condition: Very Good


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 “Destroy” shirt designed by Vivienne Westwood, to promote the US release of “Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex P... View more info

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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

Condition: Near Fine


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 the term ‘fanzine’ into the vocabulary of music fandom. He defined fanzine in this case as a term ‘for mags which wer... 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

Condition: As New


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 folks who are living the lifestyle, the passion for the music drips from the pages. Bands covered focus on classic street g... 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

Condition: Very Good


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 the City”), a sort of interview/quotes from lyrics thing with The Adverts (best known for their peppy “Gary Gilmore’s Eye... View more info

Image for [Sex Pistols] Johnny Rotten/Public Image Ltd. Promotional Photo

[Sex Pistols] Johnny Rotten/Public Image Ltd. Promotional Photo

By: Virgin Records

Price: $23.00

Publisher: London, 1987

Seller ID: 857

Condition: Near Fine


London, 1987 Photograph Near Fine London, 1987 Photograph Near Fine [Sex Pistols] Johnny Rotten/Public Image Ltd Promotional Photo London: Virgin Records, 1987 Promotional photograph of Johnny Rotten of PiL (and formerly of the Pistols) in his 80s finest, 7 7/8 by 10-inches A few light creases and press marks from the Chicago Sun-Times (none touch the image) Photo credit: Tom Sheenan Verso has a barcode label and a label dating the image to November 1987 The photo was probably used to promote PiL’s 1987 album “Happy?,” despite the fact that Rotten was back to using John Lydon ... View more info

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Eastern Front Punk Festival Program [Punk, Hardcore]

By: Wes Robinson, Eastern Front

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Berkeley, Wes Robinson: 1981

Seller ID: 2364

Condition: Near Fine


Staple-bound self-wraps, newsprint, [16] pp., illus. Near fine with yellowing. Organized by promoter Wes Robinson, the Eastern Front festival was held on July 25 and 26, 1981 and featured D.O.A., Flipper, The Slits, War Zone, T.S.O.L., 7 Seconds, The Offs, Snakefinger, and more. Held at the Berkeley Aquatic Park, the stage was a flatbed trailer with a sea of dirt that became the mosh pit. “You could tell how much the punks liked each band,” remembered Joey Keithley of D.O.A., “by the size of the dust storm kicked up in front of the stage.”4 The program includes the show line-up an... View more info

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Joe Strummer with The 101’ers & The Clash, 1974-1976

By: Yewdall, Julian

Price: $40.00

Publisher: London, Image Direct: 1992

Seller ID: 2359

Condition: Very Good


No. 421 of 1000 printed. Wraps, 12.5 by 19 cm, [110] pp., illus. Very good with light bumping/creasing to the upper corner. Has a round “Joe Strummer/Image Direct” stamp on the first leaf with “421/1000” handwritten in the middle. Surprisingly scarce, this is Yewdall’s first foray into Clash photobooks. It begins with a brief history of The 101’ers and the squats Yewdall shared with Strummer, followed by sixty-six captioned full-page (mostly) photographs, including many early, striking images of Joe in The 101’ers. Also included is a list of 101’ers gigs, recording sessio... View more info

Image for Maximumrocknroll, First Ten Issues with Not So Quiet on the Western Front Double LP with Issue 0 [Punk, Hardcore, MRR, Maximum Rock 'n' Roll]

Maximumrocknroll, First Ten Issues with Not So Quiet on the Western Front Double LP with Issue 0 [Punk, Hardcore, MRR, Maximum Rock 'n' Roll]

By: Yohannan, Tim, ed., et al.

Price: $600.00

Publisher: Berkeley, Maximum Rock’n’Roll: 1982-83

Seller ID: 2400

Condition: Near Fine


Vol. 1 No. 1, [July-August] 1982 through No. 10, December 1983. Staple-bound newsprint, 21 by 27 cm (give or take), not paginated, heavily illus. All near fine with yellowing to the newsprint. LP: San Francisco: Alternative Tentacle Records, [1982]. Two LPs in original sleeve with original plastic wrap and promo labels and “bonus zine.” Records and zine are fine in near fine sleeve. Maximumrocknroll (also referred to as Maximum Rocknroll, Maximum Rock’n’Roll, and MRR, depending on where you look in the zine) was originally a radio show started in 1979, but the print version was fo... View more info

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Pirate Faction, Issue 1 [1985 Toronto Punk, Hardcore Zine]

By: Zyg, ed.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Toronto, Pirate Faction: 1985

Seller ID: 2401

Condition: Very Good +


Winter 1985. Staple-bound self-wraps, 21.5 by 28 cm, 26 pp. incld. covers, illus. Only the faintest signs of cover wear. Toronto punks really take the pirate life to heart (see also item no. 4). The first issue of Pirate Faction, though the editor tells us that it is also the second issue of Irate Faction; “the name was changed due to change of editor and, hence, editorial policy.” All very official. Includes interviews with Adrenalin O.D., Picture Frame Seduction (from Wales), and the Stretch Marks, as well as Kansas City, St. John’s Newfoundland, Belgian, Fresno California, and W... View more info

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

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

Seller ID: 2375

Condition: Very Good +


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 finally to Portland. Fast and aggressive, the band remains active, including their 2016 remake of “Born to Die:” “No Trump... View more info

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Four Photographs of Scream Live in Germany [Punk]

By: [Scream]

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Germany, 1987

Seller ID: 2386

Condition: Near Fine


[Scream] Four Photographs of Scream Live in Germany. Four photos of the DC hardcore band Scream, taken for a German zine whose name has been lost to time, at a concert at the Life Station in Dortmund, Germany in 1987. Three of the images are of singer Peter Stahl (in a Rock Against Reagan T-shirt), and one is of his brother, guitarist Franz Stahl. While there has been some shuffling of the lineup over the years – including Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters on drums from 1986-1990 (though he isn’t seen in the pics) – the original lineup are still touring today. One image reads “photo ... View more info