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It's All Punk Rock
LP + 7"


LP version. Includes one-sided 7" (with "It's All Punk (full version)", signed and blind-stamped limited edition print, fly poster (20cm x 30cm), 20-page 12x12" booklet with lyrics and photos laidout in style of newspaper. The It's All Punk Rock album was initially inspired by various artworks punk artist Mal-One had completed and titled. These titles usually turned into punk poetry/lyrics and finally into songs. The idea would lead to grouping these songs together and to add the additional difficult cherry on the top. The songs would also include the word "punk" in each of their titles. Creating what we called the first punk art concept album. The title of the album as well as summing up the contents, grew from a term Mal-One had used for years when asked what had inspired a certain work or what was the meaning behind something -- It's All Punk Rock would be the quick reply. Each song tells the story or relates the ideas behind a work, whether that be "430 King's Road" (where punk meets rock n' roll) the story of the various guises that Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood would conceive for their shop from Let It Rock, Too Fast To Live Too Young To Die, Sex, Sedtionaries. "Anarchy Tour After GrundY (Punks Out On Parole)" the story of the "Anarchy Tour" and what happened after the infamous appearance by the Sex Pistols on the Today show with Bill Grundy. "Punk Rock Jubilee 77", the Silver Jubilee celebrations of 1977 and its punk overtones. "The Punk Rockers Gig Prayer", a punk poem for the various venues that bands played back in those heady times. "The Last Punk On Portobello Road (Ode To Joe)", a lament to Mr Joe Strummer an inspiration to us all. Yes, every picture as they say tells a story, in this case never a truer word spoken.