Ripped and Torn
1976-1979: The Loudest Punk Fanzine in the UK
Ripped and Torn was one of the first punk fanzines, and continued long after others like Sniffing Glue had stopped. Ripped and Torn began in in Glasgow in November 1976 and carried on into the next wave of punk. It ran for eighteen issues, all of which are faithfully reproduced in this book. By punks and for punks, Ripped and Torn is a fascinating document of the punk subculture and a sacred text of DIY culture.
Music / Genres & Styles / Punk Art / Folk & Outsider Art Literary Collections / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
About this Author
Tony Drayton is the editor of fanzines Ripped and Torn and Kill Your Puppy.
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