Tag Archives: Punk Rock

Boy About Town Number 33: Tits

Chapter by Chapter excerpts from Boy About Town: A Memoir, published by Windmill Books/William Heinemann. The Stranglers had just released their third album, Black and White, and the first 75,000...
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Boy About Town Number 37: Do Anything You Wanna Do

Chapter by Chapter excerpts from Boy About Town: A Memoir, published by Windmill Books/William Heinemann. Sounds was the music paper of choice for us third years. Not Melody Maker, which...
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Boy About Town Number 38: Away From The Numbers

Chapter by Chapter excerpts from Boy About Town: A Memoir, published by Windmill Books/William Heinemann. Most punk rock songs assumed that we had all been hardened by our upbringings, that...
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Boy About Town Number 39: 1977

Chapter by Chapter excerpts from Boy About Town: A Memoir, published by Windmill Books/William Heinemann. Every week, another group emerged, singing another message of teenage insurgence. Eddie and the Hot...
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Boy About Town Number 42: Something Better Change

Chapter by Chapter excerpts from Boy About Town: A Memoir, published by Windmill Books/William Heinemann. I was gutted. Events like this didn’t happen in Britain. Sure, there were outrageous chants...
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Back To Brass Tacks: Punk Rock 1977

For those of you who were either too young at the time, or didn’t live in the UK, or both, and have had difficulty understanding the enormous cultural/generation gap I...
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