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Launch of New Book "Punks Listen" in Whelans
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New punk book in aid of Irish Red Cross Ukraine Crisis Appeal being launched in Whelan's on Tunesday Nov 8 - all welcome free in

Panellists include Sinéad Gleeson, Patrick Freyne, Rónán Hession, Aidan Gillen, Roisin Dwyer, Molly Vulpyne, Bren Lynnott. Orla Fitzpatrick

PUNKS LISTEN is the third in a series of ‘benefit books’ from the Hope Collective, Dublin’s punk/Do-ItYourself Collective. It is designed to raise funds for the Red Cross Ukraine Refugee appeal. Inspired by the punk community, in 2017 the Hope Collective released a book to raise money for the Syrian refugees. Thanks to the people who wrote for the book, and the people who bought it, they were able to present €5,000 to the Red Cross Syrian Refugee appeal. This was followed up in 2020 by a book to assist the NHS workers and patients during the Covid-19 pandemic. Again, thanks to the writers and the buyers, they were able to donate €10,000 to the NHS Charities Together Covid-19 appeal. The new book is a collection of pieces of writing from musicians, writers, actors and music fans. They were asked to write about a record (or a gig) that was significant to them.

The book includes 291 contributions from people including: Amanda Palmer, Suggs (Madness), Roddy Doyle (The Commitments), Mike Scott (The Waterboys), Gaye Black (The Adverts), Henry Rollins, Andy Cairns (Therapy?), Mike Watt (Minutemen), Josephine Wiggs (The Breeders), Tim Burgess (The Charlatans), Manda Rin (Bis), Justin Sullivan (New Model Army), Hugo Burnham (Gang of Four), Stephen Rapid (The Radiators, Trouble Pilgrims)

Michael Murphy: “It’s been a really difficult and stressful few years for just about everybody. Sometimes we felt like it was all too much. What could people like us do to make a difference? What could we do to help the Ukrainian refugees? We did a small thing – we contacted some of our favourite authors, musicians and music people. They did something that really mattered to us – they took time and wrote really moving pieces about their favourite records and gigs. When you put all of them together it’s a really meaningful collection. It proves that you can find help in surprising places when you reach out.”

Niall McGuirk “In times of stress and worry you reach out to your community for help. When we saw what was going on in Ukraine we felt we needed to reach out to our friends to show some solidarity. We are 2 punks from Dublin trying to express sympathy and empathy in a world that at times feels like its gone mad. We reached out for help and the response has been incredible. Music motivates us to try to change things and we found comfort knowing the extended music community are ready to help. We asked what their favourite record is and here’s what they wrote” Price: €20 ppd from www.hopecollectiveireland.com
 

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Full list of contributors (it is long) and their selection - Part 1
  1. Young Marble Giants, Colossal Youth (1980) Helen McCookerybook (The Chefs,
    Helen and the Horns; author; lecturer)
  2. Adam and the Ants, ‘Dog Eat Dog’ (1980) Matthew Worley (author, No Future:
    Punk, Politics and British Youth Culture 1976-1984)
  3. Killing Joke, Killing Joke (1980) Scott McCloud (Soulside, Girls Against Boys,
    Paramount Styles)
  4. Go-Go’s, Beauty and the Beat (1980) Cassie Fox (founder, LOUD WOMEN; bassist, I,
    Doris)
  5. Dexys Midnight Runners, Searching for the Young Soul Rebels (1980) Eoin Freeney
    (Chant! Chant! Chant!)
  6. X, Los Angeles (1980) Joyce Raskin (Scarce, author, Aching To Be)
  7. Wipers, Is This Real? (1980) Leigh Arthur (Extravision)
  8. The [English] Beat, Wha’ppen? (1981) Korey Horn (Suedehead, The Aggrolites,
    Shuffle and Bang!)
  9. Agent Orange, Living in Darkness (1981) Pete Craven (Land of Treason distribution)
  10. Agent Orange, Living in Darkness (1981) Alexandos Anesiadis (author, We Can Be
    The New Wind)
  11. State Of Alert (S.O.A.), ‘No Policy’ EP (1981) Ethan Minsker (author, Rich Boy Cries
    for Momma; filmmaker, Anything Boys Can Do; Man in Camo)
  12. Sunnyboys, Sunnyboys (1981) The Death Set (band)
  13. Fischer-Z, Red Skies Over Paradise (1981) Tony St Ledger (Trouble Pilgrims)
  14. Wipers, Youth of America (1981) Joachim Hiller (Ox fanzine)
  15. Wipers, Youth of America (1981) Brendan Canty (Rites of Spring, Fugazi, The
    Messthetics)
  16. The Diagram Brothers, Some Marvels of Modern Science (1981) Peter Jones
    (Paranoid Visions, Lee Harveys)
  17. Black Uhuru, Red (1981, Island Records) Bobby Sullivan (Soulside)
  18. ABBA, The Visitors (1981) Tosh Flood (The Divine Comedy)
  19. The Fall, Room to Live (1982) John Linger (Girls In Synthesis)
  20. Dexys Midnight Runners, Too-Rye-Ay (1982) Brendan Lynott (Trouble Pilgrims)
  21. Crass, Christ the Album (1982) Barry Cooke (Dead Fridge in the Road)
  22. “Summer in Dublin…” (1982) Niall McGuirk (Hope Collective; musician, Not Our
    World)
  23. “It’s not a record. Technically, it’s not even legal…” (May 1982) Michael Mary
    Murphy
    (author, Punk’s Not Dead But Its Organs Are Being Harvested in Ireland)
  24. Dead Kennedys, Plastic Surgery Disasters (1982) Alison Braun (photographer;
    author, In The Pit: Photography by Alison Braun 1981-1990)
  25. The Forgotten Rebels, This Ain’t Hollywood (1982) Henrike Baliú (Singer for Brazilian
    punk bands Blind Pigs and Armada)
  26. Bad Brains, Bad Brains (1982) Drew Stone (filmmaker; musician, Antidote,
    Incendiary Device)
  27. Minor Threat, Out of Step (1983) James Sherry (K-Line, Desperate Measures, Dealing
    With Damage; Division PR)
  28. Scream, Still Screaming (1983) Nicole Thomas (Fireparty)
  29. Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers, Jonathan Sings! (1983) Jennifer Denitto
    (solo artist, Linus, Scarlet’s Well/The Monochrome Set)
  30. The Chameleons, Script of the Bridge (1983) Mark Curran (artist and educator)
  31. Aztec Camera, High Land, Hard Rain (1983) Geraldine Quigley (author, Music Love
    Drugs War)
  32. Hüsker Dü, Metal Circus (1983) Joe McRedmond (Hoover, Crownhate Ruin)
  33. Hüsker Dü, Zen Arcade (1984) Eugene Lee (music supporter)
  34. Billy Bragg, Brewing Up with Billy Bragg (1984) Rónán Hession (author, Leonard and
    Hungry Paul; musician)
  35. The Smiths, The Smiths (1984) Colin Coulter (author; editor, Working for the
    Clampdown: The Clash, the Dawn of Neoliberalism and the Political Promise of Punk)
  36. Kate Bush, Hounds of Love (1985) Sinéad Gleeson (author, Constellations;
    broadcaster)
  37. The Mekons, Fear and Whiskey (1985) Russ Bestley (Watch You Drown; designer;
    author, The Art of Punk)
  38. The Jesus and Mary Chain, Psychocandy (1985) Mike Dines (co-editor, Tales from
    the Punkside; The Aesthetics of Our Anger: Anarcho-Punk, Politics, Music)
  39. The Jesus and Mary Chain Psychocandy (1985) Lolo Wood (The Wup Chow, Ye Nuns,
    The Fallen Women, Joanne Joanne)
  40. New Model Army, No Rest for the Wicked (1985); Pearl Jam, Ten (1991) Aleksandr
    Mikitenko
    (underground singer-songwriter and non-fiction translator from Odessa, Ukraine)
  41. The Waterboys, ‘Spirit’ (1985) Segs (Ruts, Ruts DC)
  42. Prince, Around The World In A Day (1985) John Myers (Shane MacGowan and the
    Popes)
  43. Stormtroopers of Death, Speak English or Die (1985) Alex Johnson (Wonk Unit)
  44. Hüsker Dü, New Day Rising (1985) Morgan Brown (Pardon Us)
  45. Naked Raygun, All Rise (1986) Roger Andreassen (Life,… But How To Live It?,
    Danger!Man)
  46. Dag Nasty, Can I Say (1986) Dario Adamic (Goodwill Records/No Plan Records
    owner)
  47. Pussy Galore, Groovy Hate Fuck (1986) Jane McKeown (Lung Leg, Peter Parker,
    Spread Eagle)
  48. Crowded House, Crowded House (1986) Beth Alice (photographer,
    @TheChickWhoClicks)
  49. The Housemartins, London 0 Hull 4 (1986) Enrico (Los Fastidios)
  50. One Last Wish, ‘My Better Half ’ (1986) Mark Andersen (Positive Force DC collective;
    co-author, Dance of Days: Two Decades of Punk in the Nation’s Capital)
  51. Faster Pussycat, Faster Pussycat (1987) James Domestic (Domestics, Pi$$er, Kibou
    Records)
  52. Rites of Spring, ‘All Through a Life’ (1987) Chris Leo (The Van Pelt)
  53. Embrace, Embrace (1987) Will Smith (Dig BMX, Belfast Gig Collective)
  54. R.K.L., Rock’n’roll Nightmare (1987) Michael Kopijn (musician, Bloedbad, Catweazle,
    PCP; writer, Bacteria, Nederpunk zines)
  55. Cardiacs, ‘Burn Your House Brown’ (1987) Derek Philpott AKA (co-author, Grammar
    Free In the U.K: The Lockdown Letters)
  56. Big Dipper, Craps (1988) Matthew Caws (Nada Surf)
  57. Asexuals, Dish (1988) David Bason (War Orphan, Barfbag)
  58. Fire Next Time, North to South (1988) Sam McGrath (co-founder, Come Here To Me!
    history blog; occasional DJ)
  59. Pagan Babies, Next (1988) Carl Prenter (photographer)
  60. SNFU, Better Than A Stick In The Eye (1988) Trevor McGregor (Treble Charger, Josh
    Kastner, SNFU)
  61. Ignition, Machination (1988) Jason Farrell (Swiz, Bluetip, Retisonic, Red Hare)
 

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  1. Stretchheads, Five Fingers Four Thingers a Thumb a Facelift and a New Identity
    (1988) Allan McNaughton (Glue, Giant Haystacks, Airfix Kits, Neutrals)
  2. Bad Religion, Suffer (1988) Tim Cundle (author, Mass Movement zine)
  3. Living Colour, Vivid (1988) Nabil Ayers (President, Beggars Group records; drummer;
    author, My Life in the Sunshine)
  4. Pixies, Surfer Rosa (1988) David Gedge (The Wedding Present; Cinerama)
  5. Pixies, Doolittle (1989) Stu Diggle (Litterbug)
  6. Pixies, Doolittle (1989) Gina Arnold (author, Half a Million Strong: Crowds and Power
    from Woodstock to Coachella and Kiss This: Punk in the Present Tense)
  7. Mega City Four, Tranzophobia (1989) Lloyd Chambers (Misfortune Cookie, Bear
    Trade)
  8. Ramones, ‘Pet Sematary’ (1989) Lisa Lathwell (The Ramonas)
  9. The Frogs, It’s Only Right and Natural (1989) Elizabeth Nelson (Paranoid Style)
  10. Radical Dance Faction, Borderline Cases (1990) Priscilla Wong (Werecats, Dinosaur
    Skull)
  11. Jailcell Recipes, Two Years of Toothache (1990) David Gamage (Engineer Records,
    Earth Island Books, The Atlantic Union Project, Come The Spring, Rydell, Joeyfat, Couch
    Potatoes)
  12. Bad Religion, Against the Grain (1990) Djordje (author, Thoughts Words Action blog)
  13. SNFU, The Last of the Big Time Suspenders (1991) Kyle Hegel (Knucklehead,
    Territories)
  14. Halo of Flies, Music for Insect Minds (1991) Frances Roe (Jam Jar Jail; filmmaker;
    photographer)
  15. Leatherface, Mush (1991) Kazu Onigiri (Waterslide Records)
  16. Sugar, Copper Blue (1992) Padraic O’Sceachain (Cheapskate, Chimers)
  17. Babes in Toyland, Fontanelle (1992) Saskia Holling (Fudd; Sally Skull)
  18. PJ Harvey, Dry (1992) Sean Greene (painter and bassist, The Van Pelt, The Sin Eaters,
    Another Wall)
  19. ©, Witch (1992) Daragh McCarthy (The Mighty Avon Jnr)
  20. Vic Chesnutt, West of Rome (1992) Brian Brannigan (A Lazarus Soul)
  21. Hoover, The Lurid Traversal of Route 7 (1993) Chris Snelgrove (The Last Mile/solo
    performer)
  22. The Muffs, The Muffs (1993) Georgie Wilsher (Beverley Kills)
  23. The Breeders, Last Splash (1993) Lorna Tiefholz (Hagar The Womb, Rabies Babies)
  24. Bikini Kill, Pussy Whipped (1993) Eileen Hogan (lecturer; author, Music in Ireland:
    Youth Cultures and Youth Identity)
  25. Therapy?, Troublegum (1994) Carol Hodge (singer/songwriter, Slice of Life)
  26. Voorhees, Spilling Blood Without Reason (1994) Graham Sleightholme
  27. Luscious Jackson, ‘Deep Shag’ from Natural Ingredients (1994) Josephine Wiggs (The
    Breeders, Dusty Trails)
  28. Heavens to Betsy, Calculated (1994) Scott Satterwhite (lecturer; writer, Mylxine
    zine)
  29. Veruca Salt, American Thighs (1994) Kate Fleet (Beverley Kills)
  30. Hole, Live Through This (1994) Shawna Potter (War On Women)
  31. Modena City Ramblers, Riportando Tutto A Casa (1994) Chiara Viale (filmmaker)
  32. Chamberlain, Fate’s Got a Driver (1995) Vique Martin (Simba fanzine, Pirates Press
    Records)
  33. Oasis, (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? (1995) Michael Gaffney (Desperate
    Measures; Rich Ragany and the Digressions)
  34. Rocket from the Crypt, Scream, Dracula, Scream! (1995) Dom Brining (Bear Away)
  35. Experimental Audio Research, Beyond the Pale (1996) Michael Azerrad (author, Our
    Band Could Be Your Life;Come as You Are: The Story of Nirvana)
  36. Weezer, Pinkerton (1996) Chris Spaeth (Tidal, Belvès, Abermals, Memento Records)
  37. Skunk Anansie, Stoosh (1996) Millie Manders (Millie Manders and the Shut Up)
  38. Björk, Homogenic (1997) Áine Mangaoang (author, I See Music: Beyoncé, YouTube,
    and the Question of Signed-Songs)
  39. Rancid, Life Won’t Wait (1998) Matt Oastler (3 dBs Down)
  40. Less Than Jake, Hello Rockview (1998) James Hendicott (author, CONIFA: Football
    for the Forgotten: The Untold Story of Football’s Alternative World Cup)
  41. Plush, More You Becomes You (1998) Alan Licht (musician; author, Common Tones:
    Selected Interviews with Artists and Musicians 1995–2020)
  42. Neutral Milk Hotel, In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (1998) Amanda Palmer (The
    Dresden Dolls; author, The Art of Asking: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Let People
    Help)
  43. The Birthday Party, Live 1981–82 (1999) Brian Viglione (Dresden Dolls)
  44. Mike Ness, Cheating at Solitaire (1999) Stephen Rapid (The Radiators, Trouble
    Pilgrims)
  45. Flogging Molly, Swagger (2000) Michael Croland (author, Oy Oy Oy Gevalt! Jews and
    Punk; Celtic Punk Superfan: Recaps & Reflections Chapbook, 2002–22)
  46. The Weakerthans, Left and Leaving (2000) Larry Livermore (The Lookouts)
  47. American Nightmare, ‘American Nightmare’ EP (2000) Chris Wrenn (Bridge Nine
    Records)
  48. Ghosts and Vodka, Precious Blood (2001) Mercy Harper (Football, etc.)
  49. Moldy Peaches, Moldy Peaches (2001) Pete Bentham (Pete Bentham and the Dinner
    Ladies)
  50. Hot Water Music, A Flight and a Crash (2001) Tom Dumarey (PunkRockTheory.com)
  51. …And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead, Source Tags & Codes (2002) Andy Pohl
    (Tsunami Bomb; Sell the Heart Records)
  52. The Innocence Mission, Befriended (2003) Patrick Barrett (Arrivalists, Hedge
    Schools)
  53. OutKast, Speakerboxx/The Love Below (2003) Chris Harford (The Band of Changes,
    Rogue Oliphant)
  54. The Distillers, Coral Fang (2003) Molly (Vulpynes)
  55. The Postal Service, Give Up (2003) Michael Terry (The Jukebox Romantics)
  56. Muse, Absolution (2003) Lev Naumov (Russian writer)
  57. Courtney Love, America’s Sweetheart (2004) Suzi Moon (Civet, Suzi Moon)
  58. Chumbawamba, A Singsong And A Scrap (2005) Miriam McGuirk (Hope Collective)
  59. Joanna Newsom, Ys (2006) Maija Sofia (songwriter, Bath Time; artist)
  60. Burial, Untrue (2007) Andy Cairns (Therapy?)
 

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  1. Listening to the radio Craig Leon (producer Ramones, Blondie, etc.)
  2. “I don’t have a favourite record…” John Robb (Membranes, Goldblade)
  3. Billie Holiday, ‘Strange Fruit’ (1948) Funkcutter (singer and trumpeter of Anarchistwood, VJ and film-maker of Punkvert VJs)
  4. Original field recordings by Hugh Tracey, Tanzania Instruments (1952) Andy Moor (The Ex, Dog Faced Hermans)
  5. Blind Willie Dunn’s Gin Bottle Four, Jet Black Blues/Blue Blood Blues (1954), Ted Carroll (Chiswick Records and Ace Records)
  6. Jimmy’s Jukebox, Derry (1950s) Eamon McCann (author, War and an Irish Town), Eugene S. Robinson (Oxbow, Buñuel)
  7. Billie Holiday with Ray Ellis and his Orchestra, Lady in Satin (1958) Eugene S. Robinson (Oxbow, Buñuel)
  8. Miles Davis, Kind of Blue (1959) Garry Bushell (writer)
  9. Johnny Hallyday, ‘Kili Watch’ EP (1. ‘Le p’tit clown de ton coeur’; 2. ‘Oui j’ai’; 3. ‘Kili Watch’; 4. ‘Ce s’rait bien’) (1960) Dany Tort, (Blitzkrieg POP podcast, Shades Network Radio)
  10. Bobby “Blue” Bland, Two Steps from the Blues (1961) Tav Falco (The Panther Burns)
  11. The Beatles, Meet The Beatles (1964) Handsome Dick Manitoba (The Dictators, Manitoba’s Wild Kingdom),
  12. The Beatles ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ (1964) Nicky Forbes, a.k.a. Rocky Rhythm (The Revillos)
  13. Thelonious Monk, ‘I Surrender, Dear’ (1965) Franz Nicolay (The Hold Steady, Mark Eitzel, Frank Turner, etc.),
  14. Lesley Gore, The Golden Hits of Lesley Gore (1965) Ian Wagner (writer/musician, founder of Shades Radio Network)
  15. The Beatles, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967) Kevin Godley (10cc, Godley & Creme; video maker: Hozier, The Beatles, U2, Blur, Snow Patrol, etc.)
  16. The Dubliners, A Drop of the Hard Stuff (1967) Donal Greene (Radioactive International)
  17. Adge Cutler & The Wurzels, Recorded Live at the Royal Oak, Nailsea, Zummerzet (1967) Kaos (Chaos UK)
  18. Pink Floyd, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967) Roger Miller (Mission of Burma)
  19. The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Axis: Bold As Love (1967) Nels Cline (guitarist/composer/improviser – Wilco, The Nels Cline Singers, CUP, Pillow Wand, Mike Watt & The Black Gang, Scarnella)
  20. Nico, Chelsea Girl (1967) Norman Westberg (Swans)
  21. Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood, Nancy & Lee (1968) Delia Sparrow (Mambo Taxi, Ye Nuns)
  22. Otis Redding, ‘(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay’ (1968) Tim Quirk (Too Much Joy/Wonderlick)
  23. The Move, Move (1968) Danny Benair (The Quick),
  24. Pearls Before Swine, Balaklava (1968) Jeffrey Lewis (Singer Songwriter)
  25. The Mothers of Invention, Mothermania: The Best of The Mothers (1969) Dick Lucas (Subhumans, Citizen Fish, Culture Shock)
  26. Johnny Cash, At San Quentin (1969) Paul Hanley (The Fall, Brix and the Extricated)
  27. The Hollies, ‘He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother’ (1969) Stephen Travers (The Miami Showband)
  28. King Crimson, In the Court of the Crimson King (1969) Ben Harding (Senseless Things, 3 Colours Red, The Charlemagnes)
  29. Procol Harum, A Salty Dog (1969) Marshall Keith (Slickee Boys)
  30. Miles Davis, In A Silent Way (1969) Danny Frankel (Urban Verbs, Lou Reed, etc.),
  31. David Bowie, ‘Space Oddity’ (1969) Andrea Orlick (formerly A&R and Public Relations I.R.S. Records
  32. Rodriguez, Cold Fact (1970) Sonic Boom (Spectrum, E.A.R, Spacemen 3)
  33. The Rolling Stones, Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out! (1970) Abaad Behram (Razz, The Howling Mad, Johnny Bombay and The Reactions)
  34. Simon and Garfunkel, Bridge Over Troubled Water (1970), Hugo Burnham (Gang of Four)
  35. Elton John, Tumbleweed Connection (1970) Barry Young (The Idiots)
  36. Swamp Dogg, Total Destruction to your Mind (1970) Derwood Andrews (Generation X, Empire, Westworld, Moondogg, Tone Poet),
  37. Sonny Sharrock, Monkey-Pockie-Boo (1970) Ajay Sagaar (Dandelion Adventure, Donkey, Bhajan Boy)
  38. Syd Barrett, Barrett (1970) Tim Pope (film/video director: The Cure, David Bowie, Iggy Pop, etc.)
  39. Spirit, Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus (1970) Terry O’Neill (manager, Thin Lizzy; promoter, McGonagles, Dublin)
  40. The Stooges, Fun House (1970) Henry Rollins (Black Flag, Rollins Band),
  41. The Stooges, Fun House (1970) Steve Leckie (Viletones)
  42. Groundhogs, Split (1971) Ferdia Mac Anna (author)
  43. Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Tarkus (1971) Paul Cripple (Reagan Youth)
  44. Dave and Ansil Collins, Double Barrel (1971) Kim Clarke Champniss (Much Music, Canada; author: Skinheads,Fur Traders and DJs)
  45. Joni Mitchell, Blue (1971) Neville Farmer (musician, author: XTC, Song Story), Ian Wagner (writer/musician, founder of Shades Radio Network)
  46. David Bowie, Hunky Dory (1971) Garry O’Neill (author: Where Were You? Dublin Youth Culture & Street Style 1950-2000)
  47. Thin Lizzy, ‘Whiskey in the Jar’ (1972) Ted Carroll (Chiswick Records and Ace Records)
  48. Slade, Slade Alive! (1972) Andy Riff (The Dark)
  49. Roxy Music, ‘Virginia Plain’ (1972) Paul Simpson (Teardrop Explodes, Wild Swans, Skyray)
  50. Chicory Tip, ‘Son of My Father’ (1972) Graham Fellows ( Jilted John),
  51. Various Artists, Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era 1965–1968 (1972) Michael (Conzo) Connerty (Female Hercules, Afterwardness),
 

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  1. Neil Young, Harvest (1972) Joolz Denby (artist; author: Wild Thing, etc.)
  2. David Bowie, ‘Starman’ (1972) Lee McFadden (Alternative TV, Minny Pops, Swell Maps, C21, Cult Figures, Television Personalities)
  3. David Bowie, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1972) Cynthia Sley (Bush Tetras)
  4. Lou Reed, Transformer (1972) Pete Holidai (Radiators, Trouble Pilgrims)
  5. Jimmy Cliff, The Harder They Come (original soundtrack recording) (1972) Chris Bald (Embrace, The Faith, Ignition)
  6. David Bowie, ‘The Jean Genie’ (1972) Pete Jones (PiL, Department S, Cowboys International, Brian Brain)
  7. Alice Cooper, School’s Out (1972) The Shend (Anzahlung, The Cravats, Very Things)
  8. Alice Cooper, Billion Dollar Babies (1973) T.P. Burgess (Ruefrex)
  9. Iggy and The Stooges, Raw Power (1973) Al Quint (Suburban Voice)
  10. John Cale, Paris 1919 (1973) Jon Langford (The Three Johns, The Mekons, Waco Brothers, Skull Orchard)
  11. The Who, Quadrophenia (1973) Matt Pinfield (MTV 120 Minutes),
  12. The Who, Quadrophenia (1973) Justin Sullivan (New Model Army),
  13. The Who, Quadrophenia (1973) Dave Smalley (Dag Nasty, DYS, All, Down By Law)
  14. Wings, Red Rose Speedway (1973) Tim Burgess (The Charlatans; broadcaster, Tim’s Twitter Listening Party)
  15. New York Dolls, ‘Personality Crisis’ (1973) Bernie Furlong (The Golden Horde)
  16. New York Dolls, New York Dolls (1973) Brian Young (RUDI, The Sabrejets)
  17. Planxty, Planxty (1973) Stan Erraught (Stars of Heaven, The Sewing Room)
  18. Todd Rundgren, A Wizard, A True Star (1973) Tesco Vee (The Meatmen)
  19. U-Roy, Dread in a Babylon (1973) Jim “Daddy Kool” Schwada
  20. Brian Eno, Here Come the Warm Jets (1973) Marc Burch (former DJ and Promoter, NYC Tenement Museum)
  21. Joni Mitchell, Court and Spark (1974) Steve Ignorant (Crass, Slice of Life)
  22. Randy Newman, Good Old Boys (1974) Brian Foley (The Blades, The Vipers [IRL])
  23. Brinsley Schwarz, ‘(What’s So Funny ‘bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?’ Eamon Carr (Horslips)
  24. King Crimson, Red (1974) Franz Valente (Buñuel)
  25. Andy Fraser, …In Your Eyes (1975) Jon Tiven (artist/producer: Alex Chilton, Mick Farren etc.)
  26. The Who, The Who By Numbers (1975) Ed Wenn (Sink, The Stupids, Dealing With Damage)
  27. The Trammps, ‘Hold Back the Night’ (1975) Eamonn Dowd, (The Swinging Swine, The Racketeers)
  28. Patti Smith, Horses (1975) Dunstan Bruce (Chumbawamba, Interrobang)
  29. The Quick, Mondo Deco (1976) Robin Wills (The Barracudas)
  30. Bob Dylan, Desire (1976) Stano (The Threat, artist, musician)
  31. James and Bobby Purify, Morning Glory (1976) Fachtna O’Ceallaigh (artist manager, Boomtown Rats, Sinead O’Connor)
  32. Stevie Wonder, Songs in the Key of Life (1976) Scrote (solo artist, Double Bari Sax Attack!, Quadruple Bari Sax Attack!, scr011, The Extemporary Elites)
  33. Doctors of Madness, Late Night Movies, All Night Brainstorms (1976) Attila the Stockbroker
  34. Ramones, Ramones (1976) Gaye Black (The Adverts)
  35. Ramones, Ramones (1976) Peej (a young aging rocker)
  36. Sex Pistols, ‘I Wanna Be Me’ (1976) Rémi Pépin (Guernica and author)
  37. The Damned, ‘New Rose’ (1976) Bitzy Fitz (The Strougers, Lee Harveys)
  38. Muddy Waters, Hard Again (1977) Greg Sowders (The Long Ryders, The Coal Porters)
  39. Reggie Knighton, Reggie Knighton (1977) Jude Carr (Heat fanzine)
  40. Television, Marquee Moon (1977) Helen Fitzgerald (Vox fanzine, Melody Maker),
  41. Television, Marquee Moon (1977) Dave Clifford (Vox fanzine)
  42. Richard Hell & The Voidoids, Blank Generation (1977) Mike Watt (Minutemen, fIREHOSE,
    The Stooges, mssv)
  43. David Bowie, Low (1977) Paul McLoone (The Undertones)
  44. Iggy Pop, The Idiot (1977) Mike Scott (The Waterboys)
  45. Sex Pistols, ‘Anarchy in the UK’ (1977) Post Punk Podge (Post Punk Podge and the Technohippies)
  46. Sex Pistols, ‘Did You No Wrong’ (1977) Chris Haskett (Rollins Band)
  47. Sex Pistols, ‘God Save the Queen’ (1977) Vic Godard (Subway Sect)
  48. The Clash, The Clash (1977) Suggs (Madness)
  49. The Slits, Peel Sessions (1977) Danbert Nobacon (Chumbawamba)
 

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  1. Eddie and The Hot Rods, ‘Do Anything You Wanna Do’ (1977) David Newton (guitarist/songwriter The Mighty Lemon Drops, Blue Aeroplanes, Starfish, Thee Mighty Angels)
  2. The Motors, 1 (1977) Beppo (Spermbirds)
  3. Sex Pistols, Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols (1977) Emma Paulissen (musician, Moron; actor, Punk for Life)
  4. Sex Pistols, Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols (1977) John Ashton (The Psychedelic Furs)
  5. The Clash, The Clash (1977) Nancy Barile (author, I’m Not Holding Your Coat: My Bruises and All Memoir of Punk Rock Rebellion)
  6. Ian Dury, New Boots and Panties!! (1977) Steve Lindsay (Deaf School, The Planets)1977… John Fleming (fictionalist, Irish Times journalist)
  7. Bob Marley and the Wailers, ‘Jammin’’ (1977) Brian Seales (DC Nien, Tokyo Olympics)
  8. 1977… John Fleming (fictionalist, Irish Times journalist)
  9. The Heartbreakers, LAMF (1977) Tom Crossley (The Phobics, Bad Karma Beckons)
  10. Mink DeVille, Cabretta (1977) John Fisher (Dandelion Market promoter)
  11. ABBA, ‘Chiquitita’ (1978) Aston Stephens (Boss Tuneage record label)
  12. The Only Ones, ‘Another Girl, Another Planet’ (1978) Aidan Murtagh (Protex)
  13. The Stranglers, Black and White (1978) Ricky McGuire (Desperate Measures),
  14. The Stranglers, Black and White (1978) Graeme Mullan (music supporter),
  15. The Stranglers, Black and White (1978) Wayne Elliott (DJ)
  16. 999, Separates (1978) Mike Magrann (Channel 3, CH3)
  17. Steve Reich, Music for 18 Musicians (1978) Thor Harris (The Angels of Light, Swans)
  18. Wire, Chairs Missing (1978) Steve Michener (Big Dipper, Volcano Suns)
  19. The Lurkers, Fulham Fallout (1978) Micky Bones (musician/artist)
  20. Various, Farewell to the Roxy (1978) Marcel Stol (musician: Neuroot (NL); co-
    founder of punk squat venue Goudvishal in Arnhem; co-author, Goudvishal DIY or die! Punk
    in Arnhem 1977-1990)
  21. The Clash, ‘(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais)’ (1978) Tim Satchwell (author,
    Combat Ready; All the Peacemakers)
  22. Various Artists, :30 Over D.C ~~ Here Comes the New Wave! (1978) Rob Moss
    (Artificial Peace, Government Issue, Rob Moss and Skin-Tight Skin)
  23. DEVO, Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are DEVO! (1978) Macky (The Bobby Lees)
  24. DEVO, Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are DEVO! (1978) Hugo Higgins (French
    promoter)
  25. X-Ray Spex, Germ Free Adolescents (1978) Manda Rin (Bis)
  26. Thin Lizzy, Live and Dangerous (1978) Roisin Dwyer (writer, Hot Press)
  27. The Clash, Give ‘em Enough Rope (1978) Jeremy (Levellers)
  28. The Clash, Give ‘em Enough Rope (1978) Belvy K (The Catatonics/7 Seconds/UK
    Subs/D Generation/Libertine)
  29. Siouxsie and the Banshees, Join Hands (1979) Herman de Tollenaere (Cheap ‘n’
    Nasty, Pin zine, co-founder Rock Against Racism, Netherlands)
  30. Swell Maps, A Trip to Marineville (1979) Sean Forbes (Wat Tyler, Hardskin)
  31. Public Image Ltd, Metal Box (1979) Jerry A. Lang (Poison Idea; author, Black Heart
    Fades Volumes 1-3)
  32. Various Artists, Rebel Music – An Anthology of Reggae Music (1979) Jem Moore
    (Serious Drinking)
  33. Wire, ‘40 Versions’ (1979) Momus (The Happy Family, solo artist; author)
  34. Joy Division, Unknown Pleasures (1979) Conor Ferguson (writer, photographer,
    filmmaker)
  35. Jim Hall and Bob Brookmeyer, Live at the North Sea Jazz Festival 1979 (1979) Andrea
    Lombardini
    (Buñuel)
  36. The Clash, London Calling (1979) and Sandinista (1980) Michelle Cruz Gonzales
    (musician, Bitch Fight, Spitboy, Kamala and the Karnivores; author, The Spitboy Rule: Tales of a Xicana in a Female Punk Band)
  37. Stiff Little Fingers, ‘Gotta Gettaway’ (1979) Buck (Defects)
  38. Swell Maps, A Trip to Marineville (1979) Sned (Amorphous Pieces)
  39. Adam and the Ants, Dirk Wears White Sox (1979) Ian Glasper (author, The Day the
    Country Died: A History of Anarcho Punk, 1980-1984)
  40. Crass, ‘Big A Little A’ (1980) Nath (Armoured Flu Unit, Abrazos, Liberty, Haywire)
  41. Ruts, Grin & Bear It (1980) Ivor Hanson (S.O.A, Faith, Embrace, Manifesto, clear;
    author, Life on the Ledge: Reflections of a New York City Window Cleaner)
  42. DEVO, Freedom of Choice (1980) Ray Ahn (The Hard-Ons)
  43. The Skids, The Absolute Game (1980) Peter McCluskey (The Strougers)
  44. The Sound, Jeopardy (1980) Jeff Pezzati (Naked Raygun, The Bomb)
 

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  1. The World/Inferno Friendship Society, Addicted to Bad Ideas: Peter Lorre’s Twentieth
    Century (2007) Cilléin McEvoy (actor, Life Begins Now; The New Music)
  2. Eddy Current Suppression Ring, Primary Colours (2008) Todd Taylor (publisher
    Razorcake; Gorsky Press)
  3. A Day to Remember, Homesick (2009) Alek Browning (Stubborn Will)
  4. Frank Turner, Try This at Home (2010) Andries van den Broek (Bunch of Bastards,
    NL)
  5. St. Vincent, Strange Mercy (2011) Kynsy (musician)
  6. Title Fight, Shed (2011) Rob Flynn (The Winter Passing)
  7. Mumblin’ Deaf Ro, Dictionary Crimes (2012) Aidan Gillen (actor, The Wire;
    Love/Hate; Bohemian Rhapsody)
  8. Amanda Palmer and the Grand Theft Orchestra, Theatre is Evil (2012) Devon Carson
    (Airstream Futures)
  9. Stick to Your Guns, Diamond (2012) Ken Stassen (Born Infected NL)
  10. The Wonder Years, The Greatest Generation (2013) Ben Pritchard (Side Project)
  11. TTNG, 13.0.0.0.0 (2013) Joe York (Petrol Girls)
  12. The Apers, Confetti on the Floor (2014) Barry Phillips (Demob, The Blitz Boys, et al;
    author, In Search of Tito’s Punks)
  13. Martha, Blisters in the Pit of My Heart (2016) Daryl Gussin (Razorcake zine)
  14. Jonathan Richman, Ishkode! Ishkode! (2016) Ron Gallo (Heavy Meta; Stardust
    Birthday Party)
  15. Regarde, Leavers (2017) Amalia Bloom
  16. Purple Mountains, Purple Mountains (2019) Leagues O’Toole (promoter; author,
    The Humours of Planxty)
  17. “I don’t really like albums….” Patrick Freyne (Irish Times)
  18. MAGI-TRAK 104 (1930s) Colm Olwill (DJ: PCP ina Shuí – Gramophone Disco)
  19. My lockdown albums Karen Amsden (Hagar the Womb)
  20. Unknown Memories Martin Moloney (Secretary-General IOSCO)
  21. The Pretty Things, live in Middlesborough Charles O’Connor (Horslips)
  22. Rock Against Reagan, Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC (1983) Dave Dictor (MDC)
  23. Being in a political band Willem (Antillectual)
  24. I’m kinda between the old rock/metal, punk rock and the rebel country… Joey
    Keighley
    (D.O.A.)
  25. The Comet Is Coming, The Sugar Club, Dublin, March 7, 2017 Roddy Doyle (author)
  26. Ten Commandments of Gig Cathal Coughlan (Microdisney, The Fatima Mansions,
    Teilifís)
 

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just ordered this now.
how do you even go about putting a project like this together?!!
amazing and diverse set of contributors alright.

''Ain't music great?''
 

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just ordered this now.
how do you even go about putting a project like this together?!!
amazing and diverse set of contributors alright.

''Ain't music great?''
Just ask everyone to ask everyone I guess.
The 2 of us sat down - came up with the idea, put a message together and contacted anyone that we could.
It all kind of evolved after that
 

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