A perfect concise piece of punk rock history about one time Circle Jerk Roger Rogerson
A book about footballing nations, many sound like amusement parks , Szekely Land or Sealand. However this book is more than just a geography lesson. It’s a tale of inspiration and love.
By halfway I’m hooked, wanting to know what’s going on and how it will all stitch together. A Really enjoyable experience trying to figure it all out.
This book sees one person about to step away from life and going through a series of what ifs. It’s not only a beautiful affirmation on the fragility of life but also the joy of existence
A book of stories from working class life, as the class struggle continues silently in the backgroun
This book details the journey of 30 years. It is written in yearly chapters and gives a perfect feel for the journey Therapy? went on. All the albums are dissected and lots of direct quotes from the members show how when they started they were just music fans and thirty years later that’s what they still are. Lovers of other people music playing music that suits them. That feeling really comes across here. Times may have changed, creases may be on faces but deep down they are still those kids making a racket.
A story of how a person got into punk rock, started putting on shows and was drawn in by the community spirit of the whole thing.
Roy D Hacksaw has been playing in punk bands for years, this is very much the punk novel. Irreverent and funny but between the lines there is some message in there ready and waiting to be explored.
A fresh read about someone growing up in privilege. A fast paced tale where you can feel New York City beaming through the paragraphs
Beautifully written in a manner that makes me want to go back almost immediately and start all over again