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RIPPED & TORN 10: February 1978

TONY D. [Tony Drayton], Editor

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London: Ripped & Torn, 1978. First Edition. 4to. Stapled at top left corner self wraps. Minor shelf-wear and toning with a price sticker at front wrap. Interior bright and clean. Near fine. 18pp. (Item ID: 16667)

London punk fanzine, originally started in Glasgow after the editor's encounter with SNIFFIN' GLUE's Mark Perry. After SG folded, RIPPED AND TORN moved into their London office and began a working relationship with Rough Trade, using the Kensington location as their mailing address. This issue of R&T features a bootleg interview with David Bowie, the lyrics of the Velvet Underground's "Heroin", an article on Richard Hell, and reviews of records by Blondie, The Buzzcocks and many others.R&T was reacting against the "sterile, contrived" art-rock style of bands like Talking Heads and Television, instead focusing on anarcho-punk, primarily UK bands. Tony D. left R&T after 18 issues and began publishing KILL YOUR PET PUPPY, a fanzine in much the same vein. Scarce, with only a handful located in OCLC.


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