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review Banned in D C Photos and Anecdotes from the DC Punk Underground Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Sometimes being a Washington DC insider means access to political movers and shakers sometimes as in the case of photographer Cynthia Connolly it means access to a great collection of photograR share space with naked musicians ubiuitous scenesters shaven headed audience members and riotous punks in a freewheeling combination of pictures and uotes Vividly capturing the scene's idealistic intensity BANNED IN DC is an invaluable document of Washington hardcore's exuberance and aspirations. A labor of love this completely DIY compendium collects snapshots and anecdotes from one the nation's most uniue and influential music scenes and recalls a bygone era of wholly handmade culture The now new 7th edition includes an afterword by Cynthia Connolly that the uninitiated should probably read first There is still no UPC code and she continues to publish and distribute the book herself

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Sometimes being a Washington DC insider means access to political movers and shakers sometimes as in the case of photographer Cynthia Connolly it means access to a great collection of photographs from the glory days of DC hardcore punk Taken both by Connolly and an assortment of punk enthusiasts B. You wish you had been there I know I do But I was in catholic school lockdown Oh well

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Banned in D C Photos and Anecdotes from the DC Punk UndergroundANNED IN DC is a set of vibrant shots that portray the anarchic spirit pure energy and camaraderie of the DC scene in a series of 450 black and white photographs Major figures in the hardcore movement like Dischord Records co owner and then Minor Threat member Ian MacKaye and Bad Brains vocalist H. this is mostly a photo book and partly an oral history of the dc punk scene in the early '80s and it's basically just okay there are some great photos of some great bands like minor threat rites of spring and bad brains but for the most part and this is supported by the chosen uotes they've pulled the book is VERY scene specific going even beyond just focusing on the dc scene to really seeming like a scrapbook for a group of friends it's a relatively worthwhile chronicle for fans but for anyone looking for something similar you might as well just go get a book of glen e freidman's photographs and read it side by side with stephen blush's american hardcore