Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk

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What Britain refined, America defined. Assembled by two key figures at the heart of the movement and told through the voices of musicians, artists, iconoclastic reporters and entrepreneurial groupies, Please Kill Me is the full decadent story of the American punk scene, through the early years of Andy Warhol's Factory to the New York underground of Max's Kansas City and later, its heyday at CBGB's, spiritual home to the Ramones, Talking Heads, Television and Blondie. Please Kill Me goes backstage and behind apartment doors ...

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chas

Jan 22, 2009

harrowing

the best book about the punk scene in NYC in the 70's, and how drugs destroyed it...

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