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The earliest UK punk zine was probably Sniffin' Glue, produced by punk fan and founder of the band Alternative TV, Mark Perry in 1976. However, the magazine never applied this term to itself, and indeed it is thought that it did not come into use until the early 1980s. The term punkzine was possibly coined amongst anarcho-punk circles, specifically by writers who objected to the connotations of the word fanzine, believing the first part of the word to imply the slavish following of pop groups, and unquestioning acceptance of celebrity culture.
List of punk fanzines and punk-zines
(please add to list in alphabetical order)
- Basic Black Los Angeles, 1978
- Cobalt Hate
- Flipside Los Angeles, 1977 (?)
- Kill Your Pet Puppy
- Maximum RocknRoll
- New Crimes
- Nihilistic Vices
- Nile Los Angeles, 1978
- No Cure
- Raising Hell
- Rancid News - UK, 2003
- Reason To Believe
- Rubicon (fanzine)
- Sniffin' Glue UK zine started in 1976 after the Ramones' first UK appearance.
- Sobriquet Magazine , US zine started in 1995.
- Toxic Grafity (sic)
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