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Image for Melody Maker, June 16, 23 & 30, 1979 – Three Part Series on Malcolm McLaren [Sex Pistols]

Melody Maker, June 16, 23 & 30, 1979 – Three Part Series on Malcolm McLaren [Sex Pistols]

By: [Sex Pistols, Malcolm McLaren] Coleman, Ray, ed.

Price: $150.00

Publisher: London, IPC Specialist and Professional Press Ltd.: 1979

Seller ID: 2388

Condition: Fair


Three issues: 16, 23 and 30 June 1979. Newsprint tabloids, three issues, approx. 33 by 44.5 cm, 72; 80; 72 pp. inlcd. covers, illus. Fair with edge wear and tears, spine wear and yellowing; June 30 issue has a small, old tape repair to the spine. “The rise and fall of Malcolm McLaren,” three issues featuring “a three-week series on the man who sold the Sex Pistols” in which Michael Watts talks with McLaren, Jamie Reid, Vivienne Westwood, Steven Fisher (McLaren’s lawyer), Richard Branson and others about the formation, promotion and bleeding dry of the Pistols. The article—total... View more info

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Agents of Anarchy with After Anarchy: Day by Day Box Set – Signed [Sex Pistols]

By: [Sex Pistols] Scrivener, Tony

Price: $300.00

Seller ID: 2393

Condition: Very Good


Agents of Anarchy: Surrey: Kingsfleet Publications, 1992. Glossy wraps, 21 by 29.8 cm, 112 pp., illus. Light edge and corner wear. This copy has a scrap of paper with the author’s name and address, handwritten by Scrivener, attached to the inside of the front cover. After Anarchy: [Surrey]: Tony Scrivener, 2003. “Exclusive box set edition,” complete, which includes a “presentation box” (brown card box with After Anarchy graphics affixed to one side, 31 by 31 cm), the After Anarchy book (staple-bound wraps, 21 by 29.8 cm, 70 [2] pp., illus.), a Pistols “family tree,” a promot... 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]

Seller ID: 2395

Condition: Very Good


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 quickly started writing original material. Their first album, Inflammable Material (1979)—and its lead track “Suspect Dev... 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

Seller ID: 2357

Condition: Very Good


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 at a 1978 Rock Against Racism show at Victoria Park in Hackney. This promo booklet includes short bios of the band members ... View more info

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Melody Maker, April 23, 1977 – Clash Cover

By: [The Clash] Coleman, Ray, ed.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: London, IPC Specialist and Professional Press Ltd.: 1977

Seller ID: 2356

Condition: Fair


23 April 1977. Newsprint tabloid, approx. 33 by 44.5 cm, 64 pp. incld. covers, illus. Fair with heavy edge wear, spine tears, yellowing, some light dampstains along the top edge, and an unfortunate 6 cm yellow stain near the right center of the cover through p. 15. “Clash tilt for the top,” a classic Clash cover, with articles on Iggy Pop, The Jam, Bob Marley, “Clash personality: Joe Strummer talks to Caroline Coon,” “Punk rock: there’s money in anarchy” by Robert Partridge, etc. First Edition. View more info

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Two Photographs of The Ramones Live in Germany [Punk]

By: [The Ramones]

Price: $25.00

Publisher: 1987

Seller ID: 2380

Condition: Near Fine


Two photos of The Ramones at a concert in 1987, taken for a German zine whose name has been lost to time. Both images feature all four band members. While not crystal clear, these are scarce snapshots of some of the founders of punk. On the verso, “Ramones” is written in Sharpie, there are date stamps of 10’87, and there is a stamp from the record shop that originally purchased the zine’s archives. View more info

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Capitol Theatre Promo Brochure for The Ramones [Punk]

By: [The Ramones] Capitol Theatre

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Passaic, NJ, Capitol Theatre: 1979

Seller ID: 2381

Condition: Fair


Single sheet, folded, 14 by 21.5 cm, [4] pp., illus. Fair with creases from being folded in quarters, and scuff marks near the bottom of the front cover and the inside of the front cover. “John Scher presents at the Capitol Theatre Saturday, February 10, 1979, The Ramones, Special Guest Star, David Johansen Group.” Includes a half-page photo of The Ramones along with a brief bio, a bio and small pic of the Johansen Group, and coming events (Elvis Costello, Cheech & Chong, Molly Hatchet…). Great cover illustration of a woman wearing a top made of safety pins. View more info

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The Replacements: All Over But the Shouting, An Oral History – Signed [Punk]

By: [The Replacements] Walsh, Jim

Price: $50.00

Publisher: St. Paul, MN, Voyageur Press: 2007

Edition: First printing

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 2382

Condition: Very Good


Hardcover with dust jacket, black cloth with silver spine titles, 15.4 by 23.5 cm, 304 pp., black and white photographs. Very good with minor bumping at the head and tail of the spine; in a very good jacket. Signed by Jim Walsh on the front free endpaper. From the publisher: “Formed in a Minneapolis basement in 1979, the Replacements were a notorious rock ’n’ roll circus, renowned for self-sabotage, cartoon shtick, stubborn contrarianism, stage-fright, Dionysian benders, heart-on-sleeve songwriting, and – ultimately – critical and popular acclaim. While rock then and now is lousy... View more info