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HIT PARADER #155
Sex Pistols and Patti Smith features in this June 1977 issue. Cover is loose from the staples.
Price: $10.00
HOW TO LOOK PUNK
One of most notoriously cheesy punk cash-in's out there! Published in 1977 by Marliz, purportedly "internationally known in the industry for her marketing ability in current-trend perception". Features luminaries of the early LA scene on the cover and throughout including the Germs and Weirdos. Excellent condition and insanely rare!
Price: $195.00
HYMNAL #2
Rare 1982 second issue of the finest Texas punk zine! Coverage of AK-47, Uncalled 4, Butthole Surfers, Offenders, Texas Love-In, Big Boys, Really Red. Only 200 printed!
Price: $95.00
I WANNA #1
Summer 1980 debut of this Dayton, Ohio fanzine with coverage of PiL, Toxic Reasons and much more. Some small tears to edges but overall in very good condition.
Price: $30.00
I WANNA #4
Another installment of this Ohio rag with Toxic Reasons, Rock Against Racism and Slits coverage from October 1981.
Price: $30.00
I WANNA BE YOUR DOG #5
All-French language issue from 1977 with coverage of Iggy, Blondie and the Clash. Minor wear.
Price: $20.00
IDLE THOUGHTS #3
February 1980 issue of this suburban Vancouver rag with bits on Pink Section and the Dils. Some creasing on lower right cover but overall excellent condition.
Price: $40.00
ILLINOIS ENTERTAINER vol. II, no. 73
Chicago punk and new wave featured in this April 1980 entertainment rag. Crookedly folded with some wear and tear, mostly to the back cover.
Price: $30.00
INK DISEASE #03
Early issues of this one never turn up... here's #3 from 1982. Coverage includes Birthday Party, Crass and Pagan Myth along with poetry and musings from Drew Blood and others. Excellent condition.
Price: $75.00
INK DISEASE #09
This 1985 installment some good ones: Raw Power, Circle Jerks and boozehounds Metallica! A little staining to cover.
Price: $20.00
INTERNATIONAL INSANITY vol. II, number 3
Scarce May 1977 issue of this National Lampoon-esque humor mag with a particularly tasty cover: Debbie Harry covered in chocolate. Excellent condition.
Price: $40.00
IT'S ONLY ROCK 'N' ROLL vol. II, no. 1
Austin rock rag from May 1979 with a small bit on the Next and the recording of Make It Quick EP. Crookedly folding but overall in very good condition.
Price: $15.00
JAM vol. II, number 8
October 1980 issue of this Oklahoma rag with articles on the Fensics and Telefones. Folded once but in excellent condition.
Price: $10.00
JOKES FOR JERKS
Incredible 1981 calendar put together by scenester and jokestress Ivey and printed on the Sluggo press which had relocated from Austin to San Francisco. Ivey's monthly show calendars are amazing documents of 1979 - 1980 hey-day. Tackholes on right side corners of cover and first few pages.
Price: $75.00
KILLER CHILDREN #2
Killer issue of this killer Boston fanzine from Winter 1979. Coverage of Iggy, Unnatural Axe, John Cale and Clash. Over 70 pages! Excellent condition.
Price: $60.00
L.A. WEEKLY vol. I, number 19
One of the more desirable, early Weekly issues behind the Darby Crash cover (sorry, Exene). April 1979 cover date. Great feature on the LA scene including Jules Bates photos and Trudie diary excerpts! Some discoloration and wear to cover.
Price: $60.00
L.A. WEEKLY vol. III, number 2
December 1980 that would've certainly featured a familiar Germs face on the cover had not Mark David Chapman done his deed. Includes Craig Lee's appropriately titled "And Darby Crash, Too". Minor wear to cover but overall in excellent condition.
Price: $60.00
LISTEN, HEAR #1
Milwaukee fanzine from May 1980 with bits on the Pretty Things and the Oil Tasters. Excellent condition.
Price: $20.00
LOCAL ANESTHETIC vol. I, number 7
Cover and more exclusive pics of the mighty Black Flag's Denver stop in 1982. Excellent condition.
Price: $25.00
LOCAL ANESTHETIC vol. I, number 8
October 1982 issue with local Denver coverage of Child Abuse and tour stops by Dead Kennedys and X.
Price: $25.00
LOCAL ANESTHETIC vol. II, number 1
February 1983 installment of this Denver newsprint institution. First anniversary issues with a review of the Misfits' stop there and plenty o' pix of Wax Trax. Minor wear but overall in very good condition.
Price: $25.00
LOCAL DISTURBANCE #2
Fort Worth, Texas zine from 1983 with a Proletariat interview plus locals The Holy. Lots of reviews of good hardcore releases and local happenings.
Price: $25.00
MALICE #6
Another half-size installment outta Memphis from 1983, this time with No Trend, Suicidal Tendencies, Psycho and Battalion of Saints.
Price: $30.00
MAXIMUM ROCK 'N' ROLL #17
September 1984 issue featuring Pushead, The State and, as usual, shitloads of scene reports and coverage. Moderately toned but in nice shape.
Price: $15.00
MAXIMUM ROCK 'N' ROLL #23
March 1985 issue featuring Ramones, Poison Girls, Vicious Circle, Ruin, etc. Address label and postage meter on back cover.
Price: $15.00
MAXIMUM ROCK 'N' ROLL #24
April 1985 issue featuring Conflict, Outcry, Verbal Assault, Toxic Reasons, etc. Address label and postage meter on back cover.
Price: $15.00
MAXIMUM ROCK 'N' ROLL #27
August 1985 issue featuring Avengers, DOA, Offenders and the usual calvalcade of MRR coverage. Surface tear on cover and some waviness from humidity.
Price: $5.00
MIAMI CARCASS #1981-A
A scarce one out of Oxford, Ohio... the "Miami" is a reference to the university there rather than Florida. Lots of reviews, rants and a couple collages from 1981. Chock full of the purple ditto'd pages, a childhood favorite. Cover barely hanging onto the staples but overall in great shape.
Price: $45.00
MIAMI CARCASS #1981-B
The second issue of this obscure 1981 Ohio fanzine published by Dave Hintz, the first manager of Toxic Reasons. Almost all text rantings and reviews, a mix of photocopy and ditto process.
Price: $45.00
MINI-SHRED #6
Scarce April 1982 issue of this Massachusetts rag covering the Freeze, Gang Green, Flipper and lots more Boston odds-n-ends. Includes bonus Black Flag shred insert. Beautiful condition!
Price: $60.00
MODA #1
In the fine tradition of Sluggo, this Spring 1981 artzine from Austin, Texas has many eye-popping pages of rants, collages and unique artwork. Only 200 made, all numbered. This is #99.
Price: $75.00
MOUTH OF THE RAT #16
September 1980 issue of this Florida-to-NYC fanzine with coverage of the Eat, Siouxsie, Johnny Thunders, Chelsea and great live write-ups of the Violators and X. Folded once with lots of wear and tear especially the back cover but nonetheless complete. Price significantly tamped down based on used condition.
Price: $20.00
ND #2
The second installment of this Austin-based collage / mail art / experimental fanzine from 1983. Features include Kurt Kren and Guy Bleus.
Price: $95.00
NEGATIVE PRINT #08
Clevo half-size format fanzine from December 1983. Circle Jerks interview, lots of live reviews, etc.
Price: $30.00
NEGATIVE PRINT #17
Clevo half-size format fanzine from September 1984. Gun Club, Agent Orange and Dream Syndicate. Addressed to Radiobeat Records.
Price: $30.00
NEUTRINO NEWS #3
The third issue of this SF collaborative artpunk/collage from May 1979. Mostly uncredited collage work done in the punk vein o' things. Includes original mailing envelope and handwritten note from the editor to the original recipient and collage contributor.
Price: $75.00
NEW DISEASES #2
The second issue of this quintessential punk fanzine outta San Francisco in 1978. A prime example of what a punk fanzine should look like! Good features on the Avengers and the Dils. Some oxidation to staples.
Price: $60.00
NEW MUSICAL EXPRESS
May 22, 1976 issue of this dense UK music mag known for its coverage of early British punk. This issue features a piece on Patti Smith at the Roundhouse. Some toning and moderate wear.
Price: $10.00
NEW ORDER #2
The second and even better installment of this 1977 Florida fanzine with some mind-blowing Cramps pics including their "Does Rock & Roll Cause VD?" full-page flier. Damned, Blue Oyster Cult and Dictators, too! Essential!
Price: $75.00
NEW VINYL TIMES vol. II, number 7
Freebie 1981 newsprint mag with record reviews o' plenty and a Go-Go's feature.
Price: $15.00
NEW WEST vol. V, no. 7
An incredible issue from April 1980. Gary Panter cover and Jimbo comics inside along with punk fashion, a Sex Pistols piece by John Ingham and a discography by Greil Marcus. A little wear to cover but overall in very good condition.
Price: $60.00
NEW YORK ROCKER #26
February 1980 issue featuring the one and only. Minor edgewear but overall in very good condition.
Price: $20.00
NEW YORK ROCKER #27
March 1980 issue with our man Lydon on the cover and all the usual NY Rocker goodness. Minor edgewear but overall in very good condition.
Price: $20.00
NEW YORK ROCKER #31
September 1980 issue with LA's own X on the cover. All the usual great coverage including Cramps and Gang of Four. Minor edgewear but overall in very good condition.
Price: $20.00
NEW YORK ROCKER #32
No New York cover feature on this October 1980 issue. Minor edgewear but overall in very good condition.
Price: $20.00
NEW YORK ROCKER #33
November 1980 issue with the usual boatload of interesting coverage. Minor edgewear but overall in very good condition.
Price: $20.00
NEW YORK ROCKER #50
The fiftieth issue of this pioneering rag from May 1982. Some staining to left side cover but overall in nice shape.
Price: $30.00
NO MAG #07
Five full-page Pettibon illustrations including the cover of this fine seventh issue from 1981. Also includes pieces on Penelope Spheeris, Fear, Top Jimmy and some great Tomaselli artwork to complement our man Raymond's work. Cover has some spotting in lower left corner and minor toning along edges. Excellent condition!
Price: $95.00
NO MAG #09
1982 sees No Mag's ninth issue hit the stands. Endless content including a Rollins feature along with a photo spread of Rozz Williams doing his thing. Full page Pettibon panel and unique Big Boys Fun Fun Fun back cover ad with Tim Kerr and Biscuit artwork collaboration. Excellent condition!
Price: $95.00
NO MAG #12
The twelfth issue of Bruce Kalberg's legendary LA mag from 1984 with our man Tomata Du Plenty on the cover. Coverage includes Gun Club, Flesh Eaters, Dead Hippie, Nip Drivers, Joneses and LA scene. Some staining to cover, light curl near spine and small dog ears to lower right pages.
Price: $60.00
NO MAG #14
The final issue of Bruce Kalberg's legendary LA mag from 1985. Coverage includes Gary Panter, Zero Gallery, Edith Massey, Rik L Rik, SWA, Paul Roessler. Some spotting to cover and light curl near spine.
Price: $60.00
NOISE IN THIS WORLD
The Beat fan club newsletter from May 1981 signed by the band on front and back cover on their US tour at the time. Some minor staining to back cover.
Price: $40.00
NON LP B-SIDE #7
June 1981 issue of this NY mag featuring the Slits, the Fall, Fad Gadget, the Jam, etc. Excellent condition.
Price: $25.00
OFFENSE newsletter #29
July 29, 1983 installment of this prolific Midwest publication. Issues are text heavy usually with an interview and lots of new release reviews. Folded twice for mailing but stored flat. Great Plains cover!
Price: $15.00
OFFENSE newsletter #30
August 12, 1983 installment of this prolific Midwest publication. Issues are text heavy usually with an interview and lots of new release reviews. Folded twice for mailing but stored flat. Death In June cover!
Price: $15.00
OFFENSE newsletter #32
September 30, 1983 installment of this prolific Midwest publication. Issues are text heavy usually with an interview and lots of new release reviews. Folded twice for mailing but stored flat. Wolfgang Press cover!
Price: $15.00
OOPS #3
Clevo fanzine from Jan/Feb 1982 with bits on the Wombats and Anti-Pasti and a back page of Go-Go's at the Agora. On green stock though it appears white in the pic. Nice shape.
Price: $30.00
PARANOIA #3
Reno, Nevada newsprint zine known for its exceedinly choice band coverage. This Summer 1981 issue includes Fix, Warzone, Agent Orange, Dead Kennedys, DOA and more. Some fraying at top but overall in good shape.
Price: $30.00
PELIGRO
Scarce Austin mini-artzine circa 1983 complete with an "oddities" pack (see pic). Excellent condition!
Price: $25.00
PERV #12
September 1981 issue of this San Francisco goof-off with reports of Klaus Fluoride death and some reviews and local goings-on.
Price: $20.00
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