Punk Faction

Punk Faction and Thatcher is busy warmongering in the Falklands Meanwhile in a small Yorkshire town unemployed punks Colin Brian and Stiggy are busy having a good time getting drunk sniffing glue and go

  • Title: Punk Faction
  • Author: Marcus Blakeston
  • ISBN: B005EDH62I
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1982, and Thatcher is busy warmongering in the Falklands Meanwhile, in a small Yorkshire town, unemployed punks Colin, Brian and Stiggy are busy having a good time getting drunk, sniffing glue, and going to see punk bands play live.But a simple misunderstanding with one of the local skinheads soon escalates into an all out war And with tensions between the two factions r1982, and Thatcher is busy warmongering in the Falklands Meanwhile, in a small Yorkshire town, unemployed punks Colin, Brian and Stiggy are busy having a good time getting drunk, sniffing glue, and going to see punk bands play live.But a simple misunderstanding with one of the local skinheads soon escalates into an all out war And with tensions between the two factions running high, it s not the best of times for top Oi band the Cockney Upstarts to play at nearby Shefferham.The Cockney Upstarts are much loved by both punks and skinheads alike, but is that enough to make them forget their differences for just one night Not suitable for yuppies.

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    • Punk Faction is a book that paints an engaging picture of early eighties working class life involving those in the vibrant punk and skinhead communities of the day. It records a period that is generally glossed over by the current media, which includes newspapers, radio, film, television and the publishing world in particular, and gives vivid life to a corner of culture that deserves much more recognition for its contribution to British society than it gets at present. Good on the author for add [...]




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