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Pehlemann, Alexander (Hg.) - Warschauer Pakt: Punk im Ostblock 1977-1989

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Finding punk in the wild east

"I wanna go over the Berlin Wall," sang Johnny Rotten in the sex pistols hit "Holidays in the Sun". When the song appeared, punk had long since seeped through the iron curtain, almost simultaneously the Slovenian band Pankrti marked the breakthrough of punk in the socialist public with their first show. In the same year, the concept art band Spions was founded in Hungary and Walek Dzedzej Pank Bend and KSU in Poland.

"Warsaw Punk Pact" is a journey of discovery into this mostly unknown subculture and at the same time the first comprehensive reference work on Eastern European punk until the system collapse in 1989.

The most important protagonists and scenes of the Eastern European underground are presented in country portraits, including intro tips, selection discographies and a detailed filmography.

320 pages

Language: German
Dimensions (H/W/D): 23 x 15,5 x 2 cm
Format: brochure
Publisher: Ventil
Pages: 320
Title: Warschauer Pakt: Punk im Ostblock 1977-1989
Release: 2018

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