Fanzinera : Photographs 1985-1988

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A wild and rocking trip through memory lane to an era filled with sleazy films, loud garage rock and industrial music experiments. Between 1985 and 1988, Swedish writer and photographer Carl Abrahamsson (b. 1966) published his own fanzine Lollipop. Through the years, a multitude of bands and artists were interviewed and photographed by Abrahamsson in Sweden and the UK. The FanzinEra book contains photographs, texts and also quotes from some of the interviews. The book is introduced by photographer and filmmaker Richard Kern. Included in the book: Iggy Pop, The Cramps, Gun Club, Sonic Youth, Joe Coleman, Lydia Lunch, Union Carbide Productions, Lädernunnan aka The Leather Nun, Alex Chilton, Lux Interior (The Cramps), Martin Rössel and Lars Cleveman (Dom Dummaste), Kim Salmon (The Scientists), Sator, The Shamen, Ebbot Lundberg (Union Carbide Productions), Steve Kilbey (The Church), The Stomachmouths, Richard Kern, Lee Ranaldo (Sonic Youth), Genesis P-Orridge (Psychic TV), Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Bernard Sumner (New Order), Blue For Two, Freddie Wadling, John Lydon, Chris Bailey (The Saints), Sort Sol, Legendary Stardust Cowboy, Died Pretty, The Godfathers, Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth), Henry Rollins, Hüsker Dü, Tim Warren (Crypt Records), Stefan Kéry (The Stomachmouths), Jack Stevenson, Johan Kugelberg, The Nomads, The Creeps, Nick Zedd, Pushtwangers, Zodiac Mindwarp and the Love Reaction, Cornflake Zoo, The Hijackers, Döden, Livingstones, Wylde Mammoths, Survival Research Laboratories, Foetus, Long Ryders, Sonic Walthers, Radium, The Harry Crews, The Psychonauts, The Go-Betweens, Jordi Vallis, Dave Ball and more.

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  • Paperback | 120 pages
  • 208 x 294 x 10mm | 580.6g
  • Forced Exposure Inc
  • English
  • 9198018701
  • 9789198018707

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