SLIT Fanzine & Tucson's New Music Scene, 1980-1981
Lulu.com, 2005 - 129 pages
This book is the collected issues of Tucson's SLIT punk music fanzine, circa 1980-1981. It documented, in an irreverant and humorous way, the activity of Tucson's then-burgeoning punk and new wave music scene. Includes interviews and articles written by the leading lights of the day, namely The Pills, The Serfers, Green On Red, Giant Sandworms, Loudness One , The Phantom Limbs, PreFix, The Seldoms, Rotte Kapelle, Jonny Sevin, and others, as well as lots of cartoons about the bands and the scene. Forward written by Al Perry.
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