What is punk? Punk can be whatever you want it to be. So the subjects of the publications in this section may not all seem "punk" to you - but hey, applying rules ain't punk either.

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  1. Black Coffee Blues

    Black Coffee Blues


    Considered by many to be the 'classic' Rollins book. Learn More
  2. Burning Fight

    Burning Fight: The Nineties Hardcore Revolution in Ethics, Politics, Spirit, and Sound


    Although some define hardcore as a specific sound, most believe it's more than that; a set of varying ideas, ethics, principles, attitudes and, yes, music, that converge to form a community. Learn More
  3. Cinderella's Big Score cover

    Cinderella's Big Score


    Women Of The Punk And Indie Underground. Learn More
  4. Crate Digger

    Crate Digger: An Obsession With Punk Records


    A small town Florida teenager discovers punk rock through a loaned mix tape and punk music and culture slowly takes over all aspects of his life. Learn More
  5. Dead Kennedys

    Dead Kennedys: Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables: The Early Years


    Despite releasing records only on independent labels and receiving virtually no radio play, Dead Kennedys routinely top both critic and fan polls as the greatest punk band of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Learn More
  6. Do I Come Here Often?

    Do I Come Here Often? (Black Coffee Blues Part 2)


    Rollins intimately documents the vicissitudes of travel and shares stories of the many interesting people he's met along the way. Learn More
  7. Dreadnaught

    Dreadnaught: King Of Afropunk


    A no-holds-barred memoir of legendary Dead Kennedys and Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer D.H. Peligro. Learn More
  8. Elvis Is King: Costello's My Aim Is True (Pop Classic)

    Elvis Is King: Costello's My Aim Is True (Pop Classics)


    An explosive, groundbreaking album that crowned a new king of rock in just 33 minutes. Learn More
  9. Everyboyd Loves Our Town (tpb)

    Everybody Loves Our Town: An Oral History of Grunge


    Twenty years after the release of Nirvana’s landmark album Nevermind comes Everybody Loves Our Town: An Oral History of Grunge, the definitive word on the grunge era, straight from the mouths of those at the center of it all. Learn More
  10. Eye Scream

    Eye Scream


    'I got it from you. Your headlines and head lies. Your hate mail and red tag fire sales. Your justice and your jails.' Learn More
  11. Feeding Back

    Feeding Back: Conversations with Alternative Guitarists from Proto-Punk to Post-Rock


    Feeding Back: Conversations with Alternative Guitarists from Proto-Punk to Post-Rock offers a counter-history of rock music through the lens of interviews with musicians including Richard Thompson, J Mascis, James Williamson, Bob Mould, Tom Verlaine, Lydia Lunch, Lee Ranaldo, Johnny Marr, and John Frusciante. Learn More
  12. From the Velvets to the Voidoids

    From the Velvets to the Voidoids: The Birth of American Punk Rock


    A definitive history of American punk rock. Learn More
  13. Gimme Danger

    Gimme Danger: The Story Of Iggy Pop


    In a career that begun in the late Sixties Iggy Pop always set out to shock. But his attention-grabbing tactics including self-mutilation always disguised a musician and artist more complex than the image suggested. Learn More
  14. Girls to the Front

    Girls to the Front: The True Story of the Riot Grrrl Revolution


    Girls to the Front is the epic, definitive history of the Riot Grrrl movement—the radical feminist punk uprising that exploded into the public eye in the 1990s, altering America’s gender landscape forever. Learn More
  15. Goodbye 20th Century

    Goodbye 20th Century: A Biography Of Sonic Youth


    Sonic Youth's distinctive, uncompromising sounds have provided a map for innumerable musicians who followed, from '90s groundbreakers like Nirvana and Pavement to current faves like the Strokes and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Learn More
  16. Guitar Army

    Guitar Army: Rock and Revolution with The MC5 and the White Panther Party


    John Sinclair, manager of the notorious Detroit band MC5 and leader of the leftist revolutionary vanguard White Panther Party, is the still-charging embodiment of a dazzlingly optimistic time in which change felt necessary and possible. Learn More
  17. The Hacienda

    Hacienda: How Not To Run A Club


    The acclaimed and wildly outlandish inside account of England’s most notorious music club, The Hacienda, from Peter Hook, the New York Times bestselling author of Unknown Pleasures and co-founder of Joy Division and New Order—a story of music, gangsters, drugs, and violence, available for the first time in the United States. Learn More
  18. Hated And Proud: A Novel

    Hated And Proud: A Novel


    Who needs flowers, long hair and peace when you have punk rock, boots and fighting? Learn More
  19. Henry Rollins

    Henry Rollins


    These interviews with Henry Rollins conducted by RE/Search (and Search & Destroy) founder V. Vale focus on Henry's travels -- often to countries considered dangerous and off-limits. Learn More
  20. I Dreamed I Was a Very Clean Tramp: An Autobiography (paperback)

    I Dreamed I Was A Very Clean Tramp: An Autobiography


    The sharp, lyrical, and no-holds-barred autobiography of the iconoclastic writer and musician Richard Hell, charting the childhood, coming of age, and misadventures of an artist in an indelible era of rock and roll... Learn More
  21. Iggy And The Stooges: Raw Power

    Iggy And The Stooges: Raw Power


    Rock history is made right in front of the lens—a new, smaller format edition includes an interview with, and foreword by, Iggy himself Learn More
  22. Just Kids (trade paperback)

    Just Kids


    In Just Kids, Patti Smith’s first book of prose, the legendary American artist offers a never-before-seen glimpse of her remarkable relationship with photographer Robert Mapplethorpe in the epochal days of New York City and the Chelsea Hotel in the late sixties and seventies. Learn More
  23. Let Fury Have the Hour

    Let Fury Have the Hour: Joe Strummer, Punk, and the Movement that Shook the World


    Joe Strummer was the archetypal citizen artist. As a member of The Clash, Strummer composed some the most important rebel music of the twentieth century. Fusing raw creativity with a humanist global sensibility, he helped convert punk rock from its early associations with reactionary and nihilistic politics into a movement of creative response and world citizenship. Learn More
  24. Let It Blurt

    Let It Blurt: The Life and Times of Lester Bangs, America's Greatest Rock Critic


    Let It Blurt is the raucous and righteous biography of Lester Bangs (1949-82)--the gonzo journalist, gutter poet, and romantic visionary of rock criticism. Learn More
  25. Lexicon Devil

    Lexicon Devil: The Fast Times And Short Life Of Darby Crash And The Germs


    This book is a surreal trip into the parallel universe of the Germs, a story told by the people who were there and augmented by rarely seen photos. Learn More

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