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Destroy All Movies!!!: The Complete Guide to Punks on Film special event in LA

DESTROY ALL MOVIES trailer! (final) from Hadrian Belove on Vimeo.

Raw concert clips, post-apocalyptic gang fantasies and scene survivors will blow the doors off the Not-At-All-Silent Movie Theatre with rare footage from the East Coast, West Coast and both ends of the pond.

See all the movie trailers here

Buy the book here
(be sure to click "Look inside")

Soundtrack: Desperate Teenage Lovedolls (1984) -
Vidload: Desperate Teenage Lovedolls (1984) -

The Valves - Tarzan Of The Kings Road


On this date in 1977, The Valves released their second single, "Tarzan Of The Kings Road". The B side was "Ain't No Surf In Portobello". The Edinburgh, Scotland punk band released a total of three singles but did not produce an album by the time they called it quits in 1979.

Bassist Pada Scott, when asked what the name of their album would be, once said Can't Stand The Rezillos Either, poking fun at their countrymen's album. There was, of course, no album under this or any other title. The band's lead singer was Dee Robot.

Wikipedia: The Valves

Blogload: The Valves - Tarzan Of The King's Road - 7 inch (both sides) -

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