The Day the Country Died

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Cherry Red Books, 2006 - Music - 471 pages
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'The Day The Country Died' is the follow-up to Ian Glasper's successful 'Burning Britain', and sees the author exploring in minute detail the obscure, esoteric, UK anarcho-punk scene of the early '80s.

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Review: The Day the Country Died: A History of Anarcho Punk 1980 to 1984

User Review  - Paul - Goodreads

Very comprehensive. Highlights include Rudimentary Peni, Crass, Conflict, Sub-hu-mans, & Flux of Pink Indians. Read full review

Review: The Day the Country Died: A History of Anarcho Punk 1980 to 1984

User Review  - Zak - Goodreads

This was a great history of UK Anarcho punk bands. It was a fair account of the pros and cons of that era coming from the people who were involved. I only wish I hadn't lost it! I had 150 pages left to go. Crap! Read full review

Contents

acknowuedoieijents
7
CrIAP7IER ONIE
15
Flux Of Pink Indians
32
Copyright

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Ian Glasper is the author of Burning Britain: The History of UK Punk 1980-1984.

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