4to. Printed wrappers. Slightly scuffed to head of spine with a few shallow perforations to upper corner. Otherwise fine: a clean and square (apparently unread) copy. Copiously illustrated in b/w throughout. Unpaginated [c. 60 pages]. *** A facsimile reproduction of the first 10 issues of the zine Sniffin’ Glue. *** Sniffin’ Glue was one of the most important punk publications of the period. Published (if that’s the right word) from July 1976 until September 1977 under the editorship of Mark Perry it became the true chronicle of the early days of British punk rock as well as pioneering the DIY punk aesthetic. NME acclaimed “Sniffin’ Glue” as “the nastiest, healthiest and funniest piece of press in the history of rock’n’roll habits” . Perry ceased publication in 1977 with issue 12.
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|Publisher||Michael Dempsey/ Big O Publishing Ltd|
|Binding Type||Soft cover|