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Soap The Stamps, Jump The Tube.

Soap The Stamps, Jump The Tube. By Gail Thibert Book review by Wayne Reid   Gail’s autobiography is a sometimes comedic look back at the life of a misspent youth, adventure and the desire to live her own life, away from home. Her story is open, honest and sometimes distressing.…

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Miracle Mile – A Short Story

It was the poorest I had ever been, or ever would be thereafter. I was still young, which was good. The imperviousness of youth protected me to some extent, from the cold, from hunger, from aggravation, from austerity. I found a job in the paper for a telemarketer position at…

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Punk’s Not Dead: a Documentary

Released in 2007 by Revelation Films, this is an absolute must for all those with an interest in or a love of all things Punk Rock. There is some great footage of live events, backstage and front of the house, as well as a lot of great music and commentary…

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Clothes, Music, Boys. A Memoir by Viv Albertine

Viv Albertine, widely known as the guitarist for all-girl punk band The Slits, tells it all in her own words.  No ghost writer, no apologies – the whole story.  If you didn’t love her before, you will now.  Viv Albertine’s memoir Clothes, Boys, Music opens as it means to go on, right…