Fucked Up Reader

  • Title: Fucked Up Reader
  • Author: Bryan Ray Turcotte
  • ISBN: 9781584236115
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fucked Up Reader First published to critical acclaim in and reprinted numerous times Fucked Up and Photocopied Instant Art of the Punk Rock Movement is still the seminal book on the art of punk rock fliers While
    First published to critical acclaim in 1999 and reprinted numerous times, Fucked Up and Photocopied Instant Art of the Punk Rock Movement is still the seminal book on the art of punk rock fliers While most attention has been paid to the phenomenal archive of images in the book, the essays contained offer an incredible snapshot of the birth of the movement and its lastingFirst published to critical acclaim in 1999 and reprinted numerous times, Fucked Up and Photocopied Instant Art of the Punk Rock Movement is still the seminal book on the art of punk rock fliers While most attention has been paid to the phenomenal archive of images in the book, the essays contained offer an incredible snapshot of the birth of the movement and its lasting legacy The Reader collects all of these insightful pieces together with those contained in its follow up book, Punk is Dead, Punk is Everything in one tome Writers include Brendan Mullen, Jello Biafra, Pushead, Mike Watt, Lorna Doom, Tony Alva, and many alongside interviews with punk pioneers Ian Mackaye and Malcolm McLaren.

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    1. Forty years after the punk phenomenon, people still ask exactly what punk was and whether it died. They should stop, cos it really isn't all that complicated, this book shows. It contains some 300-or-so reminiscences from people who were right there at the heart of the scene - mostly in the US; a few in the UK. So what was punk? It was a reaction to the bland, overblown, inaccessible music of the 70s, driven by kids with independence of thought and jumped on by kids who liked the aggression, adr [...]

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    2. Fun stuff, lots of short bits and pieces of punk reminiscences from a wide variety of people who were in the scene from the late 70s through the mid-80s. Nothing earth-shattering but it's a fun read.

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