Category: Music, Punk

Sort

showing 1-15 of 57

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

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

By: Thrills, Adrian

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Hertsfordshire, England, Adrian Thrills, 1977


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 A Permanent Record: Joe Strummer with The 101’ers, Clash, Latino Rockabilly War + The Slits + The Modettes – Signed

A Permanent Record: Joe Strummer with The 101’ers, Clash, Latino Rockabilly War + The Slits + The Modettes – Signed

By: Yewdall, Julian

Price: $100.00

Publisher: London, West Nine, 2012

Edition: First printing

Inscription: Signed


Wraps, 15.5 by 23.3 cm, 348 pp., heavily illus. An unread, but shelf-worn copy with bumping to the lower corner, a few small dings on the front cover, and some scuffing of the laminate on the spine. Signed by Yewdall on the half-title page. Julian Yewdall first met Joe Strummer while living in a London squat—at 101 Walerton Road—in 1974. Strummer’s first band, The 101’ers—named after the squat’s address—began as a house band with several members, includ... View more info

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

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

By: [Sex Pistols] Scrivener, Tony

Price: $300.00


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 ... 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


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 o... 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


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 Capitol Theatre Promo Brochure for The Ramones [Punk]

Capitol Theatre Promo Brochure for The Ramones [Punk]

By: [The Ramones] Capitol Theatre

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Passaic, NJ, Capitol Theatre, 1979


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 ... View more info

Image for Casting Call Flyer for “Love Kills” (Sid & Nancy) [Sex Pistols]

Casting Call Flyer for “Love Kills” (Sid & Nancy) [Sex Pistols]

By: Cox, Alex; Abbe Wool

Price: $40.00

Publisher: [Los Angeles], Zenith Productions, 1985


Broadside, printed recto only, 21.7 by 27.8 cm. Very good with light corner creases and a single pin hole at the center top. A casting flyer for extras for Cox and Wool’s 1986 Sid Vicious biopic “Love Kills,” which was renamed “Sid & Nancy.” “wE neEd these tYpeS: pUnks, neW WavErs, bikeRs, CoWboYs/cOwgirls, sId ViCious & NanCy SpunGeN Look-AliKes, long-HaiRs ---- aNd wE NeeD yOU to DreSs in 1978 fAsHionS anD style. IF wE cHooSe YoU, yOU’ll Be paid $35 f... View more info

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

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


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

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

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

By: Doll Magazine

Price: $24.00

Publisher: Tokyo, Doll, 1998

Edition: First edition


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 Double Duce and the WDH Stories [Cometbus]

Double Duce and the WDH Stories [Cometbus]

By: Cometbus, Aaron

Price: $12.00

Publisher: San Francisco, Last Gasp, 2003

Edition: First printing


Sewn wraps, 12.7 by 19.6 cm, 167 pp. Good with light spine creases, edge and corner wear, and a few smudges on the edges of the textblock. No writing, highlighting, names, or other markings. “What Kerouac was to the Beat generation, Aaron Cometbus is to the punk scene in Berkeley, California. In this first novel, his slacker kids ponder life's mundane questions with the seriousness of ancient philosophers: how to get by on no money, where to scam free photocopies, an... View more info

Image for Eastern Front Punk Festival Program [Punk, Hardcore]

Eastern Front Punk Festival Program [Punk, Hardcore]

By: Wes Robinson, Eastern Front

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Berkeley, Wes Robinson, 1981


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 Keithl... View more info

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

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


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

Image for Four Photographs of Scream Live in Germany [Punk]

Four Photographs of Scream Live in Germany [Punk]

By: [Scream]

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Germany, 1987


[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 fr... View more info

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

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


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

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

By: Colby, Robert Alan

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Boston, Frenzy, 1977


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... View more info