Blank Generation Revisited: The Early Days of Punk Rock

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Schirmer Books, 1997 - Punk culture - 200 pages
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Six preeminent rock photographers reveal the photos that launched their careers--in the process, revealing the acts that launched modern rock. From the B-52s and Talking Heads to Richard Hell and Blondie, the influence of the legendary bands that shaped the punk rock movement continues to be heard in music as diverse as folk, rap, alternative, and heavy metal. 120 photos.

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User Review  - ThomasMartens - LibraryThing

A surprisingly excellent book of photography related to the early punk scene in New York, with some great "later years" shots, such as Dee Dee Ramone rockin' out in his hip hop gear with a boom box. I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Nycdreamin - Goodreads

An amazing collecton of b&w photos documenting the glory years of the punk explosion in New York City. Photographers included: Roberta Bayley, Stephanie Chernikowski, George DuBose, Godlis, Bob Gruen, and Ebet Roberts. Read full review

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