Stranded: The Secret History of Australian Independent Music, 1977-1991
History of the development of punk rock in Australia. Presents comments from many musicians including Nick Cave, Ed Kuepper, Dave Graney, Clare Moore and Tex Perkins. Chronicles the rise and fall of a number of bands, their overseas tours, recording contracts and the experiences of band members. Includes a discography and an index. The author is a music critic. He wrore Australia's first punk fanzine in 1977.
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