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The first punk album was released in 1977 with The Damned’s debut, and era-defining singles by The Sex Pistols and The Clash followed, as well as key records by lesser acts like Buzzcocks and Tom Robinson. ’77 is a detailed history of all of the 200 UK punk or new wave artists who released a record in 1977, making the most complete document of the punk scene that thrived before punk’s revolutionary spirit burned out.
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A marvellous historical snapshot and reference guide. -- Boston Herald, April 26, 2006
An extraordinary four-year labour of love... includes a wealth of obcure bands which pogoed briefly yet brilliantly -- The Independent, February 27, 2006
For anyone wanting to relive the year that punk broke, this is a fantastic place to start. -- Rock Sound magazine, March, 2006
The definitive book on one of music's most potent years and an invaluable resource for any serious punk collector/scholar. -- Record Collector, April 2006
This is a fantastic book. -- Birmingham Post (UK)
Truly a punk historian's dream... loved every page of it. -- Big Cheese magazine, March 2006
As, 1967 was to the Haight-Ashbury scene, so 1977 was to punk: a year in which classic singles and albums by all the key bands made it the only musical movement that counted, and before its energy and potential was diluted and dampened by the forces of conservatism and commercialism. '77 tells the story of what every punk and new wave band achieved in that heady year - from The Pistols, Clash and Damned to The Lurkers, The Adverts and The Rezillos, and everyone in between.
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Book Description Helter Skelter Publishing, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1900924927
Book Description Helter Skelter Publishing, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1900924927