South Bay Ripper Fanzine #2


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South Bay Ripper Fanzine #2 • August 1980 • SOUTH BAY RIPPER was an early incarnation of the San Jose-based fanzine RIPPER that took hardcore punk’s reigns around 1981 and ran with ‘em, hard. This issue came out in August 1980, a pre-Hard Core era in which the editors of this magazine were pontificating about Nick Lowe & Elvis Costello while arguing about what was “new wave” vs. what was “punk”. 32 pages. Measures 8.5 x 11.5" Articles on Undertones, Nu Models, Kerry Loewen, Peter Bloom, Saucer and includes a business card for Ripper staff member Andy English.

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Weight 16 oz
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