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Young, Fast and Scientific. #1., Abramson, Todd (editor) Kugel, Bernard; Baretta, Loretta et al.
1 Abramson, Todd (editor) Kugel, Bernard; Baretta, Loretta et al. Young, Fast and Scientific. #1.
Gillette, NJ Todd Abramson, publisher. 1978 no Wraps Very Good 
Black and white photo illustrated wraps. Side stapled. 8 by 11 inches. 16 pages including covers. Black and white photos throughout. Named after a song by the Dictators, Young, Fast and Scientific was a fanzine issued by Todd Abramson, covering punk, new wave and no wave acts through interviews, reviews and opinion pieces. Abramson is perhaps better known for his work with the influential bar/club Maxwell's, in Hoboken, New Jersey, where he booked music acts throughout the 1980s and 90s. This inaugural issue features pieces on the Ramones, the Dictators, the Sic Fucks, The Real Kids by Bernard Kugel, Loretta Baretta, etc. With photographs by Robert Barry Francos, Loretta Baretta and others. VERY GOOD condition. Mostly minor uneven browning to the wraps, with light wrinkling and creasing. Very minor soiling. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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Young, Fast and Scientific. #2, Abramson, Todd (editor) Kugel, Bernard; Baretta, Loretta et al.
2 Abramson, Todd (editor) Kugel, Bernard; Baretta, Loretta et al. Young, Fast and Scientific. #2
Gillette, NJ Todd Abramson, Publisher 1979 no Wraps Good 
Black and white photo illustrated wraps. Side stapled. 8 by 11 inches. 32 pages including covers. Black and white photos throughout. Named after a song by the Dictators, Young, Fast and Scientific was a fanzine issued by Todd Abramson, covering rock, punk, and new wave acts through interviews, reviews and opinion pieces. Abramson is perhaps better known for his work with the influential bar/club Maxwell's, in Hoboken, New Jersey, where he booked music acts throughout the 1980s and 90s. This issue features pieces on the Romantics, The Flamin' Groovies, The Modern Lovers by Bernard Kugel, etc. GOOD condition. Moderate to heavy browning and some foxing along the extremities and covers. Minor soiling. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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Beat It! #2, Brown, Rick; Gorton, Julia (art)
3 Brown, Rick; Gorton, Julia (art) Beat It! #2
New York Beat It, Rick Brown, presumed Publisher 1977 no Wraps Good 
Three staples along the left edge. 14 leaves, including covers. 8 by 11 inches. Front and rear cover printed in green. Black and white photos throughout. This includes pictures of the Dead Boys, Devo, the Dictators and others. Second issue of this New York based fanzine that offered information and commentary on No Wave, punk and new wave music and musicians. This issue contains short pieces on Devo, the Dictators and the Dead Boys, as well as reviews of new records. Beat It was founded and run by Rick Brown, then a student at NYU, and Julia Gorton, then a student at Parson. Gorton was involved primarily as a photographer, documenting many of the punk and No Wave acts in York. Her work was used by NY Rocker, among other places (Moore and Cooley, p. 41-43, 137, 139). GOOD+ condition. Minor toning. Staples a bit rusted. Several small brown drip stains to the front cover. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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Beat It! #3., Brown, Rick; Gorton, Julia (art).
4 Brown, Rick; Gorton, Julia (art). Beat It! #3.
New York Beat It, Rick Brown, presumed publisher. 1978 no Wraps Good 
#198 of 300. Single staple at the upper left corner. 23 pp. 8 by 11 inches. Black and white photos throughout, including several full page photos and the front cover. This includes pictures of The Jam, Elvis Costello and Attractions, the Hot Rods and others. Apparent third issue of this New York based fanzine that offered information and commentary on No Wave, punk and new wave music and musicians. This issue contains short pieces on Elvis Costello, the Hot Rods, etc., and reviews of various albums and singles including the Ramones, Elvis Costello, The Jam, the Mumps, and many others. Beat It was founded and run by Rick Brown, then a student at NYU, and Julia Gorton, then a student at Parson. Gorton was involved primarily as a photographer, documenting many of the punk and No Wave acts in York. Her work was used by NY Rocker, among other places (Moore and Cooley, p. 41-43, 137, 139). GOOD+ condition. Minor bumping and creasing along the extremities. Front and rear cover browned, especially along the extremities. Minor soiling. Red ink spot to the lower rear cover. Old staple holes present along the left edge. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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New Deseases, Caffeine, Jean; Urban, Peter; Stark, James (photographer).
5 Caffeine, Jean; Urban, Peter; Stark, James (photographer). New Deseases
No Place No Publisher no Wraps Good 
No publisher, place or date. Presumed San Francisco, circa 1977. 8 by 11 inches. Stapled in three spots along upper edge (with a fourth staple below the right corner staple). Front cover in green and black. 13 leaves, with some printed recto only, others on both sides. Cut and paste photos and handwritten columns throughout. Another issue of this San Francisco fanzine featuring pieces on the Dils; Paul Weller from The Jam, and various short pieces on other punk bands, punk news and commentary. With photographs by James Stark. GOOD condition. Moderate browning to the rear cover. Some spotting/staining along the upper front cover edge. Minor soiling. Some toning to the interior. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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New Dezezes. Punk Stuff, Caffeine, Jean; Urban, Peter; Stark, James (photographer).
6 Caffeine, Jean; Urban, Peter; Stark, James (photographer). New Dezezes. Punk Stuff
No Place No Publisher no Wraps Good 
No publisher, place or date. Presumed San Francisco, circa 1977. 8 by 11 inches. Stapled at the upper left corner. 15 leaves, pages printed on rectos only. Cut and paste photos and handwritten columns throughout. Possible first issue of this punk fanzine using the DIY aesthetic of the genre effectively to present pieces on the Screamers, Crime, the Nuns, Avengers, the Damned and others. With photographs by James Stark, a pioneer photographer of the San Francisco punk scene. GOOD condition. Mostly minor browning, a bit heavier along the extremities. Minor soiling. Rear cover creased and bearing heavier soiling. Minor bumping along the extremities. Stapled twice at the upper left corner. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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7 D., Tony (editor). Ripped and Torn. Issue Number 15, November 1978
London Rough Trade 1978 no Wraps Very Good 
Side stapled wraps. 11 5/8 by 8 inches. 24 pp. including covers. With clip art/collage and black and white photos throughout. 15th issue of this punk fanzine, with interviews, reviews and commentary throughout on bands such as The Clash, Siouxsie and the Banshees, and Wayne County. Wayne County would become Jayne County, being an early, if not the first transsexual rock musician. VERY GOOD with minor toning to the paper. Light curling at the corners. Light creasing along the spine. Rectangular sticker from a distributor on the lower left front corner. 
Price: 60.00 USD
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8 D., Tony (editor). Ripped and Torn. Issue Number 7. August (Presumed 1977).
London Rough Trade 1977 no Wraps Very Good 
Side stapled wraps. 11 5/8 by 8 inches. 20 pp. including covers. Most pages printed on the rectos only, with a few printed both sides. With clip art/collage and black and white photos throughout. Seventh issue of this punk fanzine, with interviews, reviews and commentary throughout on bands such the Sex Pistols, the Clash, New York Dolls, Kraftwerk and others. With a poster of the Ramones and an ad for the Police single 'Fall Out.' VERY GOOD condition. Minor toning, with light scuffing along the top edge. A bit heavier toning, with a few dark scuffs, to the rear cover. Staple holes present at the top left corner. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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Fugazi concert poster. April 8th, 2001 at the Sunshine Theater in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Delanorock, Artist
9 Delanorock, Artist Fugazi concert poster. April 8th, 2001 at the Sunshine Theater in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A. Printed at Shortys Press 2001 no Unbound Very Good 
Delanorock, artist. Fugazi concert poster. April 8th, 2001 at the Sunshine Theater in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Printed at Shortys Press: 2001. #27 of 50, signed by Delanorock. 28 by 15 inch poster, color printed presumably via silkscreen, the artist's usual media. A concert poster for Fugazi, featuring a large bright green van and communist motifs from the USSR. Delanorock, or Delano Garcia, is a poster artist working in the Albuquerque, New Mexico area. VERY GOOD condition. Minor bumping and scuffing along the extremities. A few small wrinkles. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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It's Only a Movie. The Eclectic Journal of Avant Garde Culture. Volume 1, Number 2, DeValliere, Norm
10 DeValliere, Norm It's Only a Movie. The Eclectic Journal of Avant Garde Culture. Volume 1, Number 2
Fairfax, VA Norm DeValliere, Publisher 1977 no Wraps Good 
Black and white illustrated wraps. 8 by 11 inches. 20 pages including covers. Second issue of this fanzine focusing on various rock music acts and related culture. This issue features two half page columns on the Ramones and a concert they played, an interview with Rick Springfield, a piece on the Blue Oyster Cult and the Blue Magoos, several pages on Bob Dylan, etc. GOOD+ condition. Light toning to the wraps. Minor soiling and curling, mostly along the corners. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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Insult, Dogmatic, Irene; Gaglione, Bill (William); Baumgardner, Lisa; Art, Ott et al
11 Dogmatic, Irene; Gaglione, Bill (William); Baumgardner, Lisa; Art, Ott et al Insult
No Place Irene Dogmatic, Publisher 1979 no Wraps Very Good 
Pink wraps, illustrated. 5 1/2 by 4 1/4 inches. Black and white clip art and reproduced images throughout. 28 pages. A mail or correspondence art type piece that reproduces insults, letters, art and commentary from various people, initiated and assembled by Irene Dogmatic. This includes a page by William Gaglione, a key figure in the mail art movement in the San Francisco area in the 1970s. Irene Dogmatic was a member of a few Bay area punk bands in the 1970s, while at the same time pursuing and continuing as career in art, working in different mediums. Her work is held in several collections. VERY GOOD condition. Minor offsetting and fading. Light wrinkling along the extremities. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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Kill Your Pet Puppy. First Issue. January 1980, Drayton, Tony.
12 Drayton, Tony. Kill Your Pet Puppy. First Issue. January 1980
London Tony Drayton, Publisher 1980 no Wraps Very Good 
Side stapled wraps, color printed. 11 by 8 inches. 18 pages, including covers. Collage, clip art and color printing throughout. The first issue of this fanzine by Tony Drayton, the former editor/publisher of Ripped and Torn. Kill Your Pet Puppy embraced the anarcho-punk ideals emerging from the punk rock scene that had become commercialized, discussing politics as well as bands. This issue covers Adam and the Ants and Crass, as well as the use and abuse of the drug Tuinal. VERY GOOD condition. Minor toning and light wrinkling. Some soiling/faint staining to the rear cover. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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Street Life. Vol 2. No. 2, Fancher, Lisa, (assistant editor); Morris, Bob (editor).
13 Fancher, Lisa, (assistant editor); Morris, Bob (editor). Street Life. Vol 2. No. 2
Van Nuys, CA Street Life, Publisher 1977 no Wraps Very Good 
Side stapled. 8 by 11 inches. 16 pp., including covers. Black and white photos by Jenny Stern throughout. An issue of this Los Angeles area fanzine, edited by Bob Morris and Lisa Fancher. Fancher is perhaps best known for founding Frontier Records in 1980, which promoted many influential punk and hardcore bands from the LA area, including the Circle Jerks, Suicidal Tendencies, Adolescents and many others. This issue has articles or reviews on the Sex Pistols, discussing rumors of them signing to American label, as well as their swearing on a British television show; the Screamers, the Ramones, an interview with Greg Shaw, etc. VERY GOOD condition. Moderate browning along the extremities and rear cover. Old recipient's name and address in ink, with a post office stamp, on the rear cover. Minor edgewear. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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Punk Rock Stars. July, 1978. Collector's Issue Number 8, Farewell, Pat (editor)
14 Farewell, Pat (editor) Punk Rock Stars. July, 1978. Collector's Issue Number 8
New York Ideal Publications 1978 no Wraps Very Good 
Glossy photo illustrated wraps. Approximately 8 by 11 inches. 66 pp. Black and white photos throughout, as well as a few in color, including a rear inside cover photo of the Runaways. A somewhat commercial magazine presumably designed to capitalize on the then rising popularity and mainstreaming of punk rock. With short articles and photos on bands and performers such as Blondie, Johnny Rotten, Patti Smith, Iggy Pop, the Ramones, the Dead Boys, AC/DC, etc. Color photos of the Clash, The Ramones and others. VERY GOOD condition. Slight cocking to the front cover. Minor edgewear. Some toning to the paper in the interior. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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Rock Comix #2. Punk Fotonovela, Fraga, Gaspar, Editor
15 Fraga, Gaspar, Editor Rock Comix #2. Punk Fotonovela
Barcelona J. Mossanes, Publisher no Wraps Very Good 
ca 1976. Black and white illustrated wraps. 13 by 9 inches. 20 pp. including covers. Black and white photos laid out in comic book form. A Spanish language reprint/reproduction of the photoplay/live action cartoon 'The Legend of Nick Detroit' from Punk Magazine. This consists of panels of photos starring various punk figures in a crime caper, interspersing comic style art and captions with photos. Included are Richard Hell, David Johansen, David Byrne and other notables. Captions in Spanish. This was issue number two of this Spanish underground magazine that was devoted primarily Spanish underground comic artists. VERY GOOD condition. Minor browning, mostly along the extremities. Light creasing along the edges. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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Non L.P. B Side. Oct. 3 1980. Vol. 1 No. 2, Gibaldi, Steve; Weidnep, Chris; Desalvo, John.
16 Gibaldi, Steve; Weidnep, Chris; Desalvo, John. Non L.P. B Side. Oct. 3 1980. Vol. 1 No. 2
Lawrence, NY Non L.P. B Side., Publisher 1980 no Wraps Good 
Side stapled newsprint journal. 7 by 10 inches. 16 pp., including covers. Black and white photos and illustrations throughout. A fanzine covering new wave and punk acts, featuring contributions by presumed Tuff Darts member John DeSalvo, among others. Photography by Joseph Szkodzinski and a comic strip by Mike Martin. This issue provides coverage of Bauhaus, a review of Elvis Costello and the Dead Kennedys, etc. GOOD+ condition. Paper toned. Minor soiling. Lower corners creased. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Hoopla #7. February 1978, Ginoli, Jon; Smith, Dena; Ford Kevin et al.
17 Ginoli, Jon; Smith, Dena; Ford Kevin et al. Hoopla #7. February 1978
Peoria, Illinois Hoopla Magazine, Publisher 1978 no Wraps Good 
Photocopied zine, stapled along the left hand edge. 8 by 11 inches. 20 pp., including covers. Poorly reproduced photos throughout. Issue seven, this containing mostly pieces on punk and new wave acts. Perhaps most notable is a lengthy review and commentary on the Sex Pistols concert at Winterland in San Francisco. This was to be their last concert before breaking up. Written by Donny Flippy, the piece provides a positive review of the show, as well as of the Sex Pistols, with a short editor's note at the end mentioning the Sex Pistols break up as the zine went to press. Other articles review the Talking Heads and the Modern Lovers live, the Tadpoles, etc. GOOD condition. Vertical fold crease present. Minor to moderate browning. Light soiling. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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Substitute. Number Three. December 1978., Griswold, Tom and Ramirez, Jacki (editors); Gardner, Jolie; Gildea, Mike et al.
18 Griswold, Tom and Ramirez, Jacki (editors); Gardner, Jolie; Gildea, Mike et al. Substitute. Number Three. December 1978.
San Diego Tom Griswold and Jacki Ramirez, Publishers 1978 no Tabloid Good 
Tabloid format, newspaper style. Approximately 17 by 12 inches. With a center fold crease. 8 pages. Black and white photos throughout, including a centerfold montage of various acts. Issue #3, featuring many concert reviews, as well as interviews and general news on bands such as the the Screamers, Zeros, Talking Heads, Blondie, the Kinks, Megadeath (sic), the Dils, Penetrators, and others. GOOD condition. General moderate browning to the paper. Minor wrinkling along the extremities. Minor general fading. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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Substitute. Number Two. July 1978, Griswold, Tom and Ramirez, Jacki (editors); Gardner, Jolie; Gildea, Mike et al.
19 Griswold, Tom and Ramirez, Jacki (editors); Gardner, Jolie; Gildea, Mike et al. Substitute. Number Two. July 1978
San Diego Tom Griswold and Jacki Ramirez, Publishers 1978 no Tabloid Good 
Tabloid format, newspaper style. Approximately 17 by 12 inches. With a center fold crease. 16 pages, including covers. Black and white photos throughout. The second issue of this fanzine/newspaper devoted to new wave and punk music. While covering music acts known nationally or internationally, Substitute was primarily devoted cultivating a music scene (new wave/punk) in the San Diego area. This issue features many concert reviews, as well as interviews and general news on bands such as the Zeros, Billy Idol, Gary Valentine, X-ray Spex and others, including coverage of a few concerts played by Elvis Costello in the Southern California area, playing at several high schools. This included the Hollywood High School, with apparently Ron Howard, Neil Diamond and Linda Ronstadt in attendance. GOOD condition. General moderate browning to the paper. Minor wrinkling along the extremities. Minor general fading. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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Punk Magazine. #17. May/June, Holmstrom, John (editor)
20 Holmstrom, John (editor) Punk Magazine. #17. May/June
New York Punk Publications 1979 no Wraps Very Good 
Side stapled, color illustrated, comic book style, wraps. 11 by 8 inches. Unpaginated. With a tri-fold out of punk singer/artist Niagara of Destroy All Monsters, as well as color and black and white photos, cartoons and illustrations. Issue number 17 of this influential New York magazine, founded by Legs McNeil and John Holmstrom. Holmstrom, a cartoonist influenced by underground comics, 'dreamed of being for the punks what Crumb had been for the hippies.' (Berniere and Primois p. 217).featuring pieces on The Clash, David Johansen, Destroy All Monsters and Alice Cooper, among other musicians, with cartoons and graphics interspersed among photos. A cartoon strip by Ken Weiner is present, as well as a reimagining of the Kennedy assassination. VERY GOOD condition. Minor fading and rubbing to the covers. Rear cover with minor soiling and foxing. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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