A great book, taking forward the 'oral history' concept used in Legs McNeil's 'Please Kill Me', Clinton Heylin's 'Babylons Burning' and John Robb's 'PUNK' book, but the addition of a local voice and the local people Beesley track's down makes it a great read, even if he's not found Marcus Featherby just yet!
It's well written, full of characters, gigs you should have been at and many a great anecdote and just as many incidents. A book to dip into or read from cover to cover, and really does not dissapoint!
Buy it for any old SoYo punk rocker and make them very nostalgic, and so very happy!
Roll on volume two where everyone who bought this and missed getting their punk tale in the first one gets to tell their stories too!