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No Idea Records

#5, $5 US / 2.50 Euros, A4, glossy offset, 52 pgs.

By Guest Contributor
Friday, January 22 2010

This zine was entertaining because it clings so desperately to the “old school,” even completely washed up rehash stuff! Guys (because it’s so utterly male. I doubt there’s a woman on staff), I hate to break it to you, but the punk world didn’t stop churning out creative music in 1980. There’s been new, inventive renditions of punk styles for over twenty-five years now! With that said, this is well written and some of it was pretty engaging. I learned a lot about which European bands from 1977 were still at it and which ones got back together and even about a few bands I had never heard of from that era that were releasing posthumous records. I wish a lot of the interviews were more in depth and critical though, particularly the one with four men who are now touring as the Dead Kennedys. I know those three former members aren’t the most articulate bunch, but it’d be nice to at least give them some difficult questions. Maybe it’s a cultural Irish thing not to ask rude or invasive questions. –Joe Biel (Riot 77, Cian Hynes, 31 St. Patrick Park, Clondalkin, Dublin 22, Ireland)

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