By Stewart Home
Stewart house is a card-carrying member of the underground death-art corprophiliac cult known as the Lettrists, shaped out of lovers of the proto-punk French band The Situationists. house is a shady and scary personality who has method an excessive amount of enjoyable doing his factor, yet this booklet tells an exceptional tale that connects Queercore to Ian Stewart's Skrewdriver. Is he severe? That's now not the purpose. the purpose is to shop for his e-book so he can age gracefully with these royalty assessments coming within the mail.
Home champions the fast-and-loud finish of the punk-rock spectrum, masking teams from the Early Days that don't often make it into the newer "History-of-Punk" tomes. clever with no being over-intellectualized (Greil Marcus this man ain't), opinionated yet now not self-consciously so, no longer afraid to hide themes akin to Oi! & Skrewdriver (and even much less afraid to show the absurdity of related while want be; the bankruptcy at the latter is a hoot), unique, and particularly readable. part the cost of the most recent Punk-bandwagon-jumping e-book and at the least two times as good.
This e-book is the proper treatment for the folks who imagine punk began with eco-friendly day, this publication also will wipe the grins off the faces of the hippie/punk ancient revisionists who attempt to make punk out to were a few type of leftist political move. during this publication stewart covers all of the road point english bands that truly made up the scene again within the day. He additionally is going into the genuine politics and psychology that ruled the minds of the early punks. are you able to say OI?
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Cranked Up Really High (Genre Theory & Punk Rock) by Stewart Home