Manual Sniffin Glue... And Other Rock n Roll Habits

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  1. by PERRY, Mark edits; [PUNK]:
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Sniffin' Glue And Other Rock 'n' Roll Habits - Mark Perry, Danny Baker - Google книги

I was not Pitman trained. I produced seven editions of Loaded and kept only Loaded 7, a few copies of which are still stored in the attic.

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The rest I sold because that was the whole point you have to sell a lot of copy at 15 pence a throw to be able to afford those London weekends, though the price did rise to 20 pence later on. The first editions were photocopied at night at the shipping agents in Avonmouth where Paul Billy Summers worked by day.

Billy, who later played trumpet for Gardez Darkx, was a great help - he had a car for one thing and more importantly, a key for the office photocopier on which Loaded was born.

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He also had an idea for a page called Loaded Luger which would feature a different example of Germanic weaponry each month. Luckily, Colin from Forever People stepped in with a few quid to legitimise future print runs thereby reducing my debt to Billy and robbing my readers of an education in firearms.

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Without Billy I wouldn't have got is started and he is sorely missed to this day. Having bought into the whole 'hip young gunslinger' NME image, I was a little disappointed when I met him to find that he lived with his Gran in Patchway and wore an anorak. He reviewed some singles and wrote enthusiastically about obscure American labels before 'going up' to Oxford where he read English with his top button done up.

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Nice guy. Steve Swan recorded the evolving Bristol scene on a decent enough camera and let me use the odd photo in the fanzine.

The rest of the photos came from my Kodak Instamatic, hence the square pictures. Most of the words came from the old Remington Rat Trap, though a few are handwritten with my left while I waited for someone to come along and help me free my right. Points West featured Loaded as part of it's early evening news bulletin in with the announcement 'attention young parents and self abusers everywhere', which I had written across the top of the most recent edition because I was, by then, a young parent and I was pretty sure that all of my readers were self abusers.

Simon Edwards provided the soundtrack to the piece, a recording of Generation X lifted from the Peel Show. I championed Gen X as they wrote good songs and performed them with energy and I didn't realise at the time that Billy Idol would become such a prat.