The Day the Country Died

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Cherry Red, 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  - Shawn Birss - Goodreads

This book is very good at being exactly what it is. If your ideal book is an excruciatingly thorough, encyclopedic categorization and description of the formation and music, but not the politics, of ... Read full review

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

User Review  - Josh - Goodreads

This book is a great break down of the late 70s/early 80s anarcho punk scene in the UK. It starts with Crass (which has by far the most extensive biography) and then moves around London and then ... 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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