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The Bible and in their original final two - SNIFFIN GLUE PERRY Mark - 1978. 
London Michael Dempsey/Big O Publishing 1978 4to, Coloured collaged wrappers, perfect bound volume titled 'The Bible' comprises issues 1-10 of the cult new wave magazine 'Sniffin Glue'. Unpaginated, b/w throughout. Upper wrapper slightly creased on bottom corner else good. Sold with the original issues numbered 11 + 12. in original stapled mimeograph format. Both very good. Publication ceased in 1977 with issue 12. Issue 11: 13pp printed on both sides mostly, featuring much commentary on the punk scene and culture, as well as items on various bands. This includes a piece by Mick Jones of the Clash. Issue12: 28pp featuring interviews and articles on a concert at the Vortex, Generation X, a full page photo of The Clash (by Jill Furmanovsky). With photography by Harry T. Murlowski and Jill Furmanovsky, the noted rock photographer. The last issue of this influential fanzine. 'Sniffin Glue' was integral to the early days of British Punk and a pioneer of the D.I.Y culture. As a publication, Sniffin Glue was started in July 1976 by Mark Perry who was inspired by the Ramones and Nick Kent. In his own words he reckoned "it tells the story of the New Wave. Not in dates and exact details, but in feeling." Scarce .
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