Now more than ever we need to come together to build a world where social justice and sustainability go together. That's why we salute those fighting for a Green New Deal for a fairer, greener society. You can see their demands and support the cause by clicking the image above. A better future is possible, if we make it so. In our 1st story D.
Camden Town’s Punk Story
Nancy Spungen - Wikipedia
With three decades worth of interviews, insider info, unseen photographs and memorabilia, the full story of rock and roll's most rebellious offspring is told - the gigs, the three-chord classics, the scandals, successes and fashions, in all their safety-pinned glory. Eyewitness accounts from the people who were there, original features from Sounds magazine the first to cover Punk and the best music writers from Mojo relate how an underground scene in New York and London transformed the pompous, stale music of the s, and inspired New Wave, Grunge and a whole generation of bands. Get an insight into the good, bad and the ugly of Punk including its foremost icon, Sid Vicious. Combining the in-depth knowledge of Mojo's finest writers with exclusive pictures taken by the world's best music photographers, Punk is the complete record of a rock revolution. Far from being "the whole story," this book focuses primarily on the punk scenes in New York and London, giving the most attention to the Clash and the Sex Pistols.
Raised Jewish in Philadelphia , Spungen was an emotionally disturbed child who was diagnosed with schizophrenia at age After being expelled from college, she went to London at the height of the punk rock movement and became involved with Sid Vicious. The press soon labelled Spungen "Nauseating Nancy" for her outrageous and frequently antisocial behavior.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.