Magazine clippings I used to cut out of newspapers and the music press back in my youth.
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Paris Au Printemps

PiL release their first live album to try and curb the huge number of poor quality, overpriced bootlegs flooding the market.

RAM Magazine 1980.

No Nonsense Video

Here's one you don't see very often.
No Nonsense doing Changes Must Be Made.
They played it on the telly last night. It must be over 20 years since I've seen this one.


Let Them Eat Jellybeans

Let Them Eat Jellybeans, "17 Extracts From Americas Darker Side" sees the light of day with a great cross section of some of the bands coming out of the U.S. at the time.
One of my favourite compilation albums from the era well worth a listen if you can get a hold of it.
This album will most likely never be re-released due to licensing issues and a falling out between Jello Biafra and one of the acts on the album. (if you have a look around on the net you can find info on exactly what the falling out was... so happy surfing)


Roger's Hair

Well it doesn't look too crazy to me, but Roger's hair certainly caused a stir back in the early 80s.

NME 1981.

Fad Gadget Live

Fad Gadget belts out a few tunes in Southgate and shows us his pubes.

NME 1982.

Wendy O. Williams meets Rex Humbard

Wendy O. Williams gets Rex Humbard's Autograph to add to her collection.


The Beat

The lyrics for The Beat's "Stand Down Margaret" and "Best Friend".
So you may as well throw that LP back on the turntable and have a bit of a sing along.

Smash Hits Magazine 1980.

New Hope For The Wretched

A bit more promotional material for The Plasmatics' first album "New Hope For The Wretched".


Christmas on Earth

A bit of promotional material for the Christmas on Earth punk gig that happened in Leeds back in 1981.