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Image for Mid-1980s Punk Rock Box [Midwest Punk, Hardcore]

Mid-1980s Punk Rock Box [Midwest Punk, Hardcore]

By: N/A

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Grand Rapids, MI, 1983-1992

Seller ID: 2379

Condition: Good


Lined metal roller skate box with stickers, 39 by 32 by 16 cm. Scratches and scuffs to the paint; with chips, general wear, and some peeling of the stickers. This unique item belonged to a young punk from the Grand Rapids, Michigan area. It was a repurposed roller skate box, purchased from a thrift shop, and used to store cassette tapes. Spray painted black, with electrical tape wrapping the handle, some of the stickers include West Michigan hardcore and industrial/experimental bands like Born Without a Face, The Bodeans, Blind Alley, Slaughter House, The Fury, Grey Tissue, Blight, and Rig... View more info

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The Pope, Issue 1 [Punk Zine]

By: Adams, Tim

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Notre Dame, IN, Tim Adams: 1987

Seller ID: 2352

Condition: Very Good


No. 1, January 9, 1987. Self-wraps, folded but not bound, 14 by 21.5 cm, [52] pp., handful of illustrations. Very good with light wear to the wraps, “Actifed” in green pen on the bottom of the front cover, and a couple of small marks in the same green pen inside. “The best goddamn fanzine in Indiana,” featuring interviews with the Descendents, Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth, Persian Gulf, the Dead Milkmen, and Precious Wax Drippings, as well as records, show and zine reviews. Heavy on the text, The Pope is a college zine trying very hard to come across as intelligent, and at times t... View more info

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Warning: A Fanzine from Alaska U.S.A. [Punk, Hardcore, Skate ZIne]

By: Bored, Bill, ed.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Anchorage, AK, Warning: 1984

Seller ID: 2355

Condition: Good


Issue 10, May-June 1984. Staple-bound wraps, offset printed, 21.5 by 28 cm, 30 pp., illus. Good with staple holes on the fore-edge, light staining on the front cover near the head of the spine, and a hand-written mailing address on the back cover. I rarely see zines from Alaska, and this one is a one-stop mag for most subcultures you can think of. Includes Suicidal Tendencies, The Tubes, interviews with Sluglords, Fang, and Tesco Vee of The Meatmen, as well as letters, local news, a ska report, skate reports, op-eds, cartoons, lots of zine listings, band updates, record and cassette review... View more info

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Frenzy: Boston’s New Wave Rock Mag, Issue 1 [Velvet Underground]

By: Colby, Robert Alan

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Boston, Frenzy: 1977

Seller ID: 2361

Condition: Good


1977 (no month stated). Newsprint, tabloid format, 28.5 by 44.5 cm and folded, 16 pp. incld. covers, illus. Light edge wear, yellowing throughout. A scarce early new wave mag from Boston which features an extensive, seven page article on former Velvet Underground member Willie “Loco” Alexander and his band Boom-Boom, an interview with Richard Nolan of Third Rail (a Velvet Underground-style band founded in 1974), a piece by Pseudo Carol about her video installation at the Museum School in Boston, and a synopsis on up-and-coming Boston new wave bands. View more info

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Melody Maker, June 4, 1977 – Sex Pistols Cover

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

Price: $45.00

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

Seller ID: 2387

Condition: Poor


4 June 1977 issue. Newsprint tabloid, approx. 33 by 44.5 cm, 72 pp. inlcd. covers, illus. Complete but poor with wear, tears and chipping to the edges (especially the spine), nibbles on the lower corner (mouse?), a large tear across p. 19/20, and light yellowing. “Street Life,” features an image of Johnny Rotten and Sid Vicious getting ticketed by a London bobby. Includes “Local censors out in force to ban punk rock groups,” “Rotten! Sex Pistols talk to Alan Jones”—“We’re the only honest band that’s hit this planet in about two thousand million years”—“Kick out th... View more info

Image for All the Drugs You Can Eat Fanzine #1 [Punk, Hardcore zine, Maximum Rock 'n' Roll]

All the Drugs You Can Eat Fanzine #1 [Punk, Hardcore zine, Maximum Rock 'n' Roll]

By: Crawford, John

Price: $100.00

Publisher: Kinnelon, NJ, John Crawford: 1983

Seller ID: 2363

Condition: Very Good


Vol. 1 No. 1, 1983, 200 printed. Staple-bound self-wraps, 16 pp., illus. Very good with faint yellowing and light cover wear. Produced by John Crawford, the illustrator behind the Baboon Dooley comics. “I’m putting this out because Maximum Rock and Roll mailed me some pretty harsh statements they’ve written about myself. Real intimidation stuff. They’ve totally misinterpreted what it is I do. Why? Damn if I can tell, maybe they don’t like the cartoons or something. Maybe they’re nuts. Can I help it if so much of the stuff I read in MRR cracks me up? Yes, it is true that ... View more info

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Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros Concert Poster – Signed by Artist [The Clash]

By: Dave Maver

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, Electric Factory Concerts: [1999]

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 2360

Condition: Fine


Screen-printed, single-sided poster in black and yellow on heavy white paper, 30.5 by 60.9 cm. Fine. Number 3 in a limited printing of 200, signed by artist Dave Maver in the lower right corner. A striking image for a 24 November 1999 concert with Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros and The Pietasters at Philadelphia’s Theatre of Living Arts. Formed in 1999, The Mescaleros were Strummer’s last band before his death in 2002. View more info

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Doll; Super Head Magazine, No. 125, 1998 - Crass, Ramones

By: Doll Magazine

Price: $24.00

Publisher: Tokyo, Doll: 1998

Edition: First edition

Seller ID: 1089

Condition: Near Fine


Tokyo: Doll, 1998. First edition. Near Fine. Doll; Super Head Magazine, No. 125. Tokyo: Doll, January 1998. Wraps, 7 3/16 by 10 1/8-inches, 105 pp. plus 38 pages of ads. Very light rubbing to the covers. Text is in Japanese. This Japanese punk and metal periodical features Steve Ignorant of Crass on the cover and a six page interview (in Japanese). Also featured are the Ramones, Snap Case, Sicko, Assück (you heard me), etc. First Edition. View more info

Image for The Way We Wore: A Life in Threads – Signed with Promotional CD [Mods, Skingeads, Punks, Teddy Boys, British Street Fashion]

The Way We Wore: A Life in Threads – Signed with Promotional CD [Mods, Skingeads, Punks, Teddy Boys, British Street Fashion]

By: Elms, Robert

Price: $75.00

Publisher: London, Picador: 2005

Edition: First printing

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 2402

Condition: Very Good


Hardcover with dust jacket, black cloth with silver spine titles, 14 by 22.5 cm, 278 [1] pp. Very good with light shelf wear and yellowing to the text block; in a very good jacket. Signed by Robert Elms on the half-title page. CD: [London]: Independiente Ltd., 2006. CD with 18 tracks in jewel case with an 8 pp. booklet detailing the tracks and how they relate to street fashion. CD is fine in a very good case with one crack on the back side. From the publisher: “The Way We Wore is a passionate and personal account of the dazzling array of street styles and trouser tribes Britain produced ... View more info

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Gee Vaucher “Introspective” Exhibition Poster – Signed [CRASS]

By: Gee Vaucher

Price: $150.00

Publisher: San Francisco, Jack Hanley Gallery: 2007

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 2362

Condition: Very Good


Jack Hanley Gallery, 14 Dec. 2007 – 19 Jan. 2008. Glossy two-sided poster, 27.9 by 43.2 cm. Light handling creases with a faint drip mark near the lower left corner. Signed by Vaucher in silver paint marker. Gee Vaucher (1945 – ) is best known for her collage and photo- and video-montage work in the anarchist collective and band Crass, including her distinctive collage and painted record sleeves, like the “Stations of the Crass” cover which unfolded into a poster and adorned the walls of many a punk home. However, Gee has spent five decades, along with her collaborative partner Pe... 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

Seller ID: 2365

Condition: Good +


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 publish anything he thought would sell – softcore porn, guns, UFOs… punk. Punk Rock lasted for three issues (Vol. 1 No. 1, ... 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

Seller ID: 2366

Condition: Good


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 Pop (“man or worm?”). 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

Seller ID: 2265

Condition: Very Good


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 interesting aspect is their coverage of The Vancouver Five (also called the Squamish Five), a group of Canadian “urban guerillas” r... View more info

Image for Trouser Press, June 1982, No 74, Vol. 9 No. 4 - Joan Jet, The Jam, Lou Reed, Ramones

Trouser Press, June 1982, No 74, Vol. 9 No. 4 - Joan Jet, The Jam, Lou Reed, Ramones

By: Isler, Scott, ed.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: New York, Ira A. Robbins: 1982

Seller ID: 1131

Condition: Very Good


New York: Ira A. Robbins, 1982. Very Good. Isler, Scott, ed. Trouser Press, June 1982. New York: Trouser Press/Ira A. Robbins, Vol. 9 No. 4, June 1982. Staple-bound wraps, 20.5cm by 27.5mm, 58 pp. Light wear to the wraps. The great American music magazine with a penchant for British rock, punk and new wave. Features “Make Mine Mod” by The Jam’s Paul Weller, as well as Joan Jett (on the cover), Lou Reed, a Ramones autodiscography, etc. No writing, highlighting, names, or other markings. We ship our books in boxes or cardboard wraps, never in bags. Bay Leaf Books (Member ABAA, I... View more info

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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

Condition: Very Good


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! (eph) 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

Condition: Good


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 of the Dead Kennedys, Exene Cevenka, John Doe and Billy Zoom of X, Fear’s Lee Ving, and Void. Also included are lots of rec... 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

Condition: Good


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 art, a Nicaragua fact sheet, etc. There’s even some music: two pages on Bristol, England’s Disorder, and an interview with... 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