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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
HIT PARADER #162
Blondie and Iggy features in this January 1978 issue. Excellent condition!
Price: $15.00
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 #6
Format re-oriented Fall/Winter 1982 issue with Fred Frith, Jello. Dementia Precox, etc. Fold once with some fraying on right side.
Price: $30.00
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: $60.00
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: $30.00
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
KILL YOUR PET PUPPY #2
The second issue of this legendary UK punk zine from February/March 1980. Beautiful multi-color offset printing with punk treatises, a Crass piece and more. Some slight wear but overall very good condition.
Price: $40.00
KILLER CHILDREN #3
Elusive final issue of this great Boston fanzine from Fall/Winter 1980. Coverage of Unnatural Axe and other locals along with a good dose of PiL and Joan Jett. Excellent condition.
Price: $95.00
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 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
MAXIMUM ROCK 'N' ROLL #03
Excellent condition, early issue from Nov/Dec 1982. Strong line-up on contents: Lewd, Finnish hardcore, Social Unrest, etc.
Price: $45.00
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
MISTER DONUT
1983 comic fanzine issued by Dave Brockie (a/k/a Oderus Urungus of Gwar). Never seen it before or since... rare.
Price: $95.00
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
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 HIPPIE #3
Third installment of this San Diego rag from February 1981 featuring interviews with the Executives and Sneed Tweakers. Excellent condition.
Price: $40.00
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 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 #02
Elusive second issue of this seminal punk mag from March 1976. A particularly good one with the Ramones in the studio and a great centerfold put together by Leee Black Childers. Folded once and in excellent condition.
Price: $95.00
NEW YORK ROCKER #16
January 1979 issue featuring Devo, La Peste, Screamers, No New York and more! Issue was crookedly folded and has some edge wear and is discounted accordingly.
Price: $20.00
NEW YORK ROCKER #22
September 1979 issue featuring Tom Verlaine, Cramps, Modettes, 999, Stiv Bators and more. Excellent condition!
Price: $30.00
NEW YORK ROCKER #44
November 1981 issue with Glenn Branca, Go-Go's, Killing Joke, local scene and all the usual amazing NYR coverage. Excellent 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: $25.00
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. Excellent condition!
Price: $125.00
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
O. REXSTASY #4
Scarce 1975 whipped up by Solomon Gruberger. Excellent condition with original mailer (see pic) and a note from O. Rex himself!
Price: $95.00
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
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
PHONOGRAPH RECORD vol. III, no. 3
Excellent October 1972 issue with Metal Mike Saunders' on the Raspberries, Lester Bangs on Kinks and Slade, and a fine letter from Detroit. Minor wear but overall in nice shape.
Price: $40.00
PHONOGRAPH RECORD vol. III, no. 5
Excellent October 1972 issue with a sick bit about "English Trends in Los Angeles" featuring Rodney's "E Club" and a center spread by Bangs titled "Detroit's Rock Culture". Some chipping to spine fold but overall in very good condition.
Price: $40.00
PHONOGRAPH RECORD vol. IV, no. 2
The earliest cover graced by the Dolls: October 1973, a full five months ahead of the legendary Rock Scene cover. Lengthy Dolls feature inside. This is the St. Louis version of Phonograph Record which had local editions in various US cities. Essential!
Price: $40.00
PORK & BEANS #4
Obscure Dayton, Ohio fanzine from May 1986 with a half-pageButthole Surfers Rembrandt Pussyhorse ad, a Pleasures Pale piece and local happenings.
Price: $20.00
POSITIVE VIOLENCE #1
January/February 1984 debut of this Ohio four-pager. Excellent condition.
Price: $20.00
PRAXIS #6
Particularly awesome sixth issue from November 1980 featuring a Tuxedomoon flexi, Cramps interview, Bauhaus pics and tons more. Mag is actually comprised of individual cardstock sheets in a custom folder. Minor wear to cover but overall excellent condition.
Price: $40.00
PREGNANT PAUSE #7
Scarce 1978 "Punk Rock" issue issued by the San Francisco Population Institute. Features Debbie Harry, Penelope Houston, the Dictators (!!) and the Clash discussing sex, parenthood, abortion, prophylactics and such. Some rusting to staples.
Price: $95.00
PROLEFEED #2
Fat, second issue of this Vegas rag circa 1983. Zany Guys, Big Boys, Nova Boys. The staple barely made it through so the last couple pages have come loose from it.
Price: $30.00
PSYCLONE #3
Important early SF mag issued by Jerry Paulsen, the first guy to book punk shows at Mabuhay Gardens. Third issue from June 1977. Coverage includes the Nuns, Damned, UK punk. There's a nice half-page ad for the first Crime 45, too. Super clean!
Price: $95.00
PUBLIC ENEMY #7
Amazing final issue from Summer 1979 featuring Avengers, Subhumans, Red Rockers Pere Ubu and more. Slightly off-center folding but overall in excellent shape.
Price: $60.00
PUNK GLOBE #40
Flipper and Urban Assault features in this December 1981 issue of Ginger Coyote's newsprint mag.
Price: $30.00
PUNK GLOBE #51
A Los Olvidados shot by Mofo graces the cover of this November 1982 installment of Ginger Coyote's legendary fanzine. "X" on cover but otherwise in nice shape.
Price: $20.00
PUNK LUST #7
January 1982 issue with Solger, Fartz and the usual Seattle coverage. Cool M. Squidd artwork throughout. Excellent condition.
Price: $30.00
PUNK ROCK SPECIAL: Johnny Rotten and the Sex Pistols
A Punk Rock special edition to the pleasant, handsome Johnny Rotten and the Sex Pistols. Another installment of this Fass punxploitation line, this time from Spring 1978. Minor wear but overall in great shape.
Price: $30.00
PUNX #2
Nicely produced Houston punk mag from 1986 that features Henry "Wild Dog" Weissborn's great History of Houston Punk. Minor spotting on cover but overall in excellent condition.
Price: $30.00
QUASI-SUBSTITUTE vol. II, no. 1
April 1980 featuring all the usual great show reviews from San Diego featuring lots of LA faves (X, Weirdos, Black Flag). Some toning to back page.
Price: $40.00
QUASI-SUBSTITUTE vol. II, no. 2
Circa June 1980 featuring all the usual great show reviews from San Diego plus fine record review sequences like: Zeros, Linda Ronstadt, Injections. Excellent condition.
Price: $40.00
RALPH RECORDS catalog #4
February 1979 catalog for Ralph Records. Strangely, it's postmarked February 1978 to good ol' Gabba Gabba Gazette.
Price: $25.00
RAT'S BREATH #1
August 1983 Oklahoma fanzine hardcore fanzine with No Direction interview and coverage of N.O.T.A., Flaming Lips and more. Folded once but excellent condition overall.
Price: $45.00
RAW POWER #2
June 1977 issue with some good back-and-forth between the editors and the Germs. Early Hollywood rock scene coverage including Quiet Riot with Randy Rhoads. The punk find-a-word puzzle is unsolved and waiting for you. Some toning to front and back cover edges.
Price: $40.00
RIDING THE BLINDS #1
Brief, debut issue of this 1983 LA fanzine with bits on the Red Devils, Blasters, Del Fuegos and Flipper. Excellent condition.
Price: $30.00
RIPPER #5
1981 issue of this legendary San Jose fanzine, chock full as usual: Angry Samoans, VKTMS, Maximum Rock & Roll crew, etc. Excellent condition!
Price: $25.00
RIPPER #7
Particularly tasty May 1982 issue with the Fix and Bad Brains and a whole bunch more with a full back cover ad for Zero Boys Vicious Circle to round things out.
Price: $30.00
ROCK SCENE vol. II, no. 01
This March 1974 issue is certainly a top contender for most sought-after Rock Scene issue! Some light wear/toning to cover. Details and complete digital versions can be found over at RockScenester.
Price: $45.00
ROCK SCENE vol. III, no. 5
Kiss's first magazine cover which hit the stands in September 1975. One of the most sought-after Rock Scene issues. Cover has "7-1" written in ballpark pin and moderate wear. Details and complete digital versions can be found over at RockScenester.
Price: $75.00
ROCK SCENE vol. X, no. 1
Final issue of this institution from January 1982 and one of the more elusive issues. Full-color Blondie centerfold. Excellent condition!
Price: $40.00
ROCK vol. II, number 2
A very early Patti Smith published piece entitled "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" appears in this scarce December 29, 1970 issue. Small tear to lower left cover but overall in very good condition.
Price: $30.00
ROCK-N-ROLL NEWS
Small-time Sacramento area music mag with a Patti Smith cover and feature. Excellent condition on this January 2, 1976 issue.
Price: $40.00
ROCKET #1
Awesome debut issue from March 1978 featuring all manner of KISS ridiculousness, nude Debbie Harry, Dead Boys, etc. Some creasing to front cover but overall very good condition.
Price: $45.00
SEARCH & DESTROY fanzine COMPLETE SET
Complete run of all 11 issues of this legendary SF rag 1977 - 1979. This complete set contains all original printings including the toughest-to-find issue, #10 (not the reprint edition often seen) with Burroughs on the cover. Some minor wear throughout but complete and overall in very good condition. See pics!
Price: $295.00
SHAKE & POP #2
The sophomore issue of this Pittsburgh fanzine from February 1980. Urban Verbs and mostly record reviews.
Price: $15.00
SHAKIN' STREET GAZETTE #11
May 1974 issue of Gary Sperrazza's rock rag with coverage of Mott The Hoople, Roxy Music and more. Excellent condition.
Price: $40.00
SHAKIN' STREET GAZETTE #12
June 1974 issue of Gary Sperrazza's rock rag with coverage of David Bowie, Move, Blue Oyster Cult and more. Crookedly folded (as received back in the day) but otherwise excellent condition.
Price: $40.00
SHAKIN' STREET GAZETTE #14
October 1974 issue of Gary Sperrazza's rock rag focused on Zappa's label. Excellent condition.
Price: $40.00
SHAKIN' STREET GAZETTE #15
October 1974 issue of Gary Sperrazza's rock rag with a six-pager, "Megatonic Journey", by Lester Bangs. The three pages containing the Bangs piece have closed edge tears which could be cleanly repaired with archival tape.
Price: $40.00
SHAKIN' STREET GAZETTE #16
November 1974 issue of Gary Sperrazza's rock rag covering some 60s garage greats! Tip-top condition.
Price: $40.00
SHAKIN' STREET GAZETTE #17
"Special Montreal Issue" from November 1974 featuring a Gary Sperrazza/Lester Bangs article on the Wackers. Excellent condition!
Price: $40.00
SHAKIN' STREET GAZETTE #18
December 1974 installment with Raspberries, Gram Parsons and Alex Harvey. Excellent condition!
Price: $40.00
SHEWS #2
Part of the 1977 UK fanzine onslaught... great pics of Sex Pistols, Blondie, Damned. Excellent condition.
Price: $45.00
SKIN FLINT #3
Third and final issue of Sab Grey's 1982 fanzine with a feature on Black Market Baby and plenty of antipathy for the Misfits. A rare one!
Price: $125.00
SKRIT
Comics drawn in 1982/1983 by The Pizz (a/k/a Steve Pizzurro) and published by Version Press (Bob Moore) in 1986. Excellent condition.
Price: $25.00
SKUNK RULE #1
4-page debut of this Yonkers fanzine circa July 1982. Review of Public Disturbance and company in Philly. Staining throughout.
Price: $20.00
SLASH vol. I ~ number 02
John Denney makes the cover of this awesome June 1977 issue with reviews of the 1st Screamers performance, full page ad for Kim Fowley's "New Wave showcase" and a Weirdos interview. Beautiful condition!
Price: $95.00
SLASH vol. I ~ number 08
Poly Styrene graces this February 1978 cover. Pieces on X-Ray Spex, Sex Pistols, Wildcats and the usual swell smattering of ads and reviews. Folded once. One of the tougher issues...
Price: $75.00
SLASH vol. I ~ number 12
August 1978 issue with the Screamers (finally) gracing the cover! Highlights include Consumers article, Bags interview, Cramps interview and Screamers on tour. Some ballpoint pen outlining on cover.
Price: $95.00
SLASH vol. II ~ number 01
This first issue from Slash's second year. This September 1978 installment turns up far, far less frequently than most other issues. Features include Dils, Stranglers and Alternative TV and the usual great LA coverage. This is the only issue in the entire Slash run that is not a uniform size which makes its really annoying! Bottom right corner of blank area torn off. Folded once with some wear 'n' tear but complete.
Price: $45.00
SLASH vol. II ~ number 05
May/June 1979 issue with Rhino 39 interview, Fall interview, coverage of Elks Lodge riot and ads for Middle Class "Out of Vogue" and the Masque. Folded once but stored flat. Some small tears to edge of one page that sticks out a bit more than the others.
Price: $75.00
SLASH vol. II ~ number 06
LA's punk power trio, the Alley Cats, slink across this June 1979 cover. Highlights include UXA interview, Screamers coverage, lots of live reviews (Avengers, Flyboys, X, Plugz), full page ads for Black Flag "Nervous Breakdown" EP and Germs GI LP. Excellent condition!
Price: $95.00
SLASH vol. II ~ number 07
Gary Panter's Jimbo hits the cover on this August 1979 issue. Highlights include Germs finishing LP (pic of Darby in studio), Weirdos and Mau Mau's rumble at the Hong Kong Cafe, Nervous Gender interview, X interview and an incredible four-page LA band update. Back cover has a 2" closed tear but the issue is otherwise in excellent condition.
Price: $95.00
SLASH vol. II ~ number 11
Another fine installment, this time from December 1979, with highlights that include a Germs ad, Vancouver scene report, Wall of Voodoo article and a pic and review of Misfits "Horror Business". Light rumpling from humid storage environment, but overall very good condition.
Price: $75.00
SLASH vol. III ~ number 03
March 1980 issue with interviews with Monitor, Johnny Rotten, Julian Temple. Full page ads for the Cramps, X and Zed Records. Minor wear to edges but overall in nice shape!
Price: $75.00
SLUGGO #5
The last issue from 1981 that emerged after a move from Austin to San Francisco. This swan song includes a boardgame Rocky VII , the Game of Industrial Collapse (game pieces intact). Also of note in this 1981 finale: a full-page ad for the Fuck Your Wife "death tape" from a San Antonio outfit calling themselves the Butthole Surfers. Minty condition!
Price: $95.00
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