P[erry], Mark. Sniffin’ Glue and other Rock ‘n’ roll habits for…..who cares.

(No place): Punk Aid Festival, 2001. Limited edition reprint of Sniffin’ Glue 3 1/2. Three A4 stapled sheets, together with cover sheet. The original was issued in September 1976 and is referred to as the ‘100 Club Special’ being a report on the legendary punk gig at the 100 Club on Oxford Street. The event, featuring the Sex Pistols, The Damned, Subway Sect, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Clash, Stinky Toys, Chris Spedding and The Vibrators and the Buzzcocks, is seen as a watershed moment for punk rock, as it began to move from the underground and emerge into the mainstream music scene. The issue was published in a very small run and it is now regarded as one of the rarest fanzines from the period. This reprint was issued by Perry to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the punk festival. A very good copy, some creasing. Issued in an edition of 200 numbered copies signed by Mark Perry. Limitation has been crossed through on this example. Almost as rare as the original.


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