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Books and Articles

Baker, Danny. “A Day in the Life.” Sniffin’ Glue Aug.–Sept. 1977: 26.

Barton, Geoff. “If You Want Blood (and Flashbombs and Dry Ice and Confetti) You Got It: The New Wave of British Heavy Metal: First in an Occasional Series.” Sounds May 19, 1979: 28-29.

Barton, Geoff. “Motörhead.” Sounds Oct. 22, 1977: 56.

Barton, Geoff. “Picked to Click in ‘76.” Sounds Jan. 3, 1976: 4-5.

Barton, Geoff [writing under the pseudonym “Brigadier Godfrey Barton-Ffynch-Carstairs (Retired)”]. Rev. of Overkill, by Motörhead. Sounds Mar. 3, 1979: 47.

Burchill, Julie, and Tony Parsons. “The Boy Looked at Johnny”: The Obituary of Rock and Roll. 1978. Boston: Faber and Faber, 1987.

Burchill, Julie, and Tony Parsons. “Fear and Loathing at the Roxy.” New Musical Express Mar. 19, 1977: 39+.

Carr, Roy. “On the Down Home, Dusty Flip Side of the Record Biz, Something Stirs.” New Musical Express Nov. 6, 1976: 25-27.

Cooper, Gary. “I Hear the Sound of Distant Drums…” Sounds April, 14, 1979: 46.

Doherty, Harry. “Priest Ordained.” Melody Maker Jun. 11, 1977: 35.

Duncan, Robert. The Noise: Notes from a Rock ‘n’ Roll Era. New York: Ticknor & Fields, 1984.

Fabbri, Franco. “What Kind of Music.” Popular Music 2: Theory and Method (1982): 131- 143.

Farren, Mick. Give the Anarchist a Cigarette. London: Pimlico, 2002.

Frame, Pete. “Motörhead and the Pink Fairies.” Sounds Jun. 4, 1983: 24-25.

Frith, Simon. Performing Rites: On the Value of Popular Music. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1996.

Frith, Simon. “What Is Bad Music?” Bad Music: The Music We Love to Hate. Ed. Washburne and Derno. New York: Routledge, 2004. 15-36.

Gaines, Donna. Teenage Wasteland: Suburbia’s Dead End Kids. New York: Pantheon, 1991.

Hamblett, John. “Lemmy Stays Put.” New Musical Express Mar. 17, 1979: 47.

Hebdige, Dick. Subculture: The Meaning of Style. 1979. London: Routledge, 1991.

Kilmister, Lemmy with Janiss Garza. White Line Fever: The Autobiography. London: Pocket Books, 2002.

Kinnersley, Simon. “Strummer Speaks.” Melody Maker Mar. 11, 1978: 8-9.

Makowski, Pete. “Motörhead Banger.” Sounds Aug. 20, 1977: 30.

Marcus, Greil. Lipstick Traces: A Secret History of the Twentieth Century. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP 1989.

Millar, Robbi. “Success? We’ve Got It All Tied up…” Sounds Feb. 21, 1981: 28-9.

Morley, Paul. “Religious Mania in Manchester.” New Musical Express. Feb. 18, 1978: 46.

Morley, Paul, and Adrian Thrills. “Independent Discs.” New Musical Express Sept. 1, 1979: 23+.

Needs, Kris. “The Carnivore Carnival.” Zig Zag Dec. 1980: 23-26.

Needs, Kris. “Motorhead.” Zig Zag Sept., 1977: 20-22.

Norman, Neil. “The Ultimate, Metallic K.O.” New Musical Express Nov. 11, 1978: 70.

Parsons, Tony. “Corpse Rock??” New Musical Express Apr. 9, 1977: 29.

Pearson, Deanne. “The Ugly Faces of HM.” New Musical Express Apr. 21, 1979: 47.

Perry, Mark. “A Bit on Chiswick.” Sniffin’ Glue Aug.–Sept. 1977: 7-9. Rpt. in Mark Perry et al., Sniffin’ Glue: The Essential Punk Accessory. London: Sanctuary, 2000.

Popoff, Martin. The Collector’s Guide to Heavy Metal. Toronto: Collector’s Guide Publishing, 1997.

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Salewicz, Chris. “Oy Lemmy, Is It True You Were a Hippie?” New Musical Express Aug. 26, 1979: 18-21.

Savage, Jon. “Damned: A Piece of Cake.” Sounds Apr. 30, 1977: 34.

Savage, Jon. England’s Dreaming: Anarchy, Sex Pistols, Punk Rock, and Beyond. New York: St. Martin’s, 1992.

Savage, Jon. “Play Doughty, Play Dirty.” Melody Maker Dec. 9, 1978: 44.

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Stiff Records. Advertisement. New Musical Express May 14, 1977: 32.

Sutcliffe, Paul. “As Loud as a Tube Train Running Through Your Inner Ear.” Sounds Nov. 5, 1977: 53.

Toynbee, Jason. Making Popular Music: Musicians, Creativity and Institutions. London: Arnold, 2000.

Tyler, Tony. “Knock Knock! Who’s There? Lemmy…” New Musical Express Feb. 8, 1975: 42.

Walser, Robert. Running with the Devil: Power, Gender, and Madness in Heavy Metal Music. Hanover, NH: Wesleyan UP, 1993.

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Sound Recordings

A Bunch of Stiffs. Stiff 2, 1977.

Buzzcocks. Spiral Scratch. EP. New Hormones 1, 1997.

The Damned. Damned Damned Damned. Stiff 1, 1977.

______. Machine Gun Etiquette. 1979. Emergo 9338, 1990.

Judas Priest. Killing Machine. LP. CBS 83135, 1978. Released in US as Hell Bent for Leather. 1979. Sony 35706, 1990.

Motörhead. Ace of Spades. LP. Mercury 4011, 1980.

______. Motörhead. 1977. Roadrunner 168 619 357-2.

______. No Sleep ’Til Hammersmith. LP. Bronze 535, 1981.

______. Overkill. LP. Bronze 515, 1979.

Pink Faires. Kings of Oblivion. LP. Polydor PD-5537, 1973.

______. Never Never Land. 1971. Polydor 589 550-2, 2002.

Rainbow. Rising. 1976. Polygram 823655, 1990.

The Rolling Stones. Exile on Main Street. 1972. Virgin 39524, 1994.

The Stooges. Raw Power. 1973. Columbia/Legacy 66229, 1997.

Tank. Filth Hounds of Hades. 1982. Repertoire 4149, 2002.

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