The Encyclopedia of Punk

by Brian Cogan
Foreword by Penelope Spheeris

When people think of punk they often think of outrageous fashion and iconic bands like the Ramones and the Sex Pistols. But the reality of punk stretches over three decades and numerous countries, with a history as rich and varied as it is shocking and daring. With this lavishly illustrated and authoritative A-Z guide, now in a new format, Brian Cogan leads readers through the fiery history of a furious, rebellious, contradictory, and boundary-redefining musical genre and cultural movement that remains as massively influential as it is wildly misunderstood. As The Encyclopedia of Punk clearly proves, punk music and culture have produced a rich trove of material, above and beyond the hundreds of bands, from books and films to incendiary political movements.

Publisher: Sterling Publishing

Series: Music Sales America

Format: Softcover

Page Count: 390

Dimensions: 8.87 X 8.87 inches

ISBN: 9781402779374