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A collection a largely unpublished photographic images pays tribute to the world of punk music and values in the nation's capital from the late 1970s, offering iconic portraits of Minor Threat, S.O.A., Teen Idles, Dead Kennedys, Black Flag, The Cramps, and other musical legends.

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Susie J. Horgan met Henry Rollins and Ian MacKaye at her ice cream-scooping job at Häagen-Dazs in Georgetown, where she was worked during her first year studying photography. She began to photograph her D.C. friends who played in hardcore punk bands and hasn’t stopped taking pictures since. A prolific photographer of the social conscience, she has documented life in Cuba and Haiti and takes pictures regularly for Shake-a-Leg Miami. She continues to photograph her friends and their bands and is currently working on a series of portraits of authors. She lives in Miami with her husband and son. Henry Rollins is a musician, writer, actor, and speaker. After playing in the bands S.O.A and Black Flag he formed the Rollins Band. He owns 2-13-61 Publications and has published several books of his own writing as well as the work of others. Ian MacKaye co-founded Dischord Records and played in The Teen Idles, Embrace, Minor Threat and Fugazi, all seminal bands of the D.C. punk scene. He now performs with Amy Farina in their band the Evens.


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Flash in Time 25. Februar 2007
Von A. Ross - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I went to the book launch party for this a few weeks ago, and all I can say is "Wow!" This beautifully designed and produced book is a little photo album which captures the people and energy of the Washington, D.C. punk scene circa 1980-81. Susie Horgan was in college there at the time, and worked in the Georgetown Hagen Daaz ice cream parlor alongside punk legends Henry Rollins and Ian MacKaye. She was just starting to learn how to use her camera, and happened to be in the right place at the right time with the right attitude to capture these two indie music legends in their goofy early years, along with a plethora of other local musicians and scenesters.

The book is divided into five sections, along with a preface by Rollins and a conversation between MacKaye and Horgan. The first section, "Ice Cream, You Scream" is a cheerful series of Rollins and MacKaye horsing around the Hagen Daaz parlor. It's notable for rendering a pair of guys known for their seriousness, dourness, and sometimes anger, as a pair of goofy teenagers. Next is "Minor Disturbance", which is basically bits of the cover shoot for the Teen Idles 7" of the same name -- and features the iconic shots of the crossed X'd-up hands. "Get Up and Go" is a series of shots of MacKaye riding his skateboard, and "Riding with Henry" is just a few shots of Rollins driving. These are just the opening acts for the largest section, "Getting in to the Shows," which is where the book really comes alive. Horgan captures the scene inside and outside of iconic DC venues like the Wilson Center, dc space, the old 9:30 club, and Woodlawn High School. All the major bands of the era appear, especially Minor Threat, SOA, G.I., along with lesser known bands such as Red Cross, Black Market Baby, and the Stimulators.

Overall this is a beautiful testament to the vibrancy of the early D.C. scene and makes a great companion to the two other major books on the era: Banned in D.C. and Dance of Days. Great stuff!
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Good book 8. März 2007
Von James Crandall - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This book has some awesome pictures in it. Having grown up 40 minutes south of DC, seeing those pics brought back great memories of shows and fun times had. There is a foreward by Henry Rollins and an interview of the author by Ian Mackaye, but this is primarily a picture book.
Girl in a moment in time 8. Mai 2011
Von Chris bct - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
Can't always be everywhere. But photography gives us the chance to be somewhere special when it happened and this is just that scenario. Heck, Dischord still cranks out the tunes. And Minor Threat actually played San Diego once, I assume that means they did one U.S. tour. Missed 'em! One of the biggest blunders of my show going past. Little club too, Kings Road. This is one sweet book, good size and reveals for your eyes to judge yourself as it unfolded. Thanks for putting it together, it's a real pleasure to puruse. Like the music that stands the test of time, these photos bring us to that fleeting moment.
Washington DC Punk History - A GEM and MUST OWN 12. Oktober 2013
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I can't be more greatful to the author for putting this together. This is a wonderful photo documentary of the early Washington DC punk scene. It is better than any High School yearbook for me. I even found myself in there, a photo of me at my very first punk event! I mean wow, how did that happen! Thanks for the great memories and these photos are priceless. I hope everyone who has any interest in the history of American Punk rock gets this book. It's very special.
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I still love DC Hardcore 10. Juli 2007
Von Chicken_Lipps - Veröffentlicht auf
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I loved this book! It was very cool looking through Suzie's early pics of documenting the birth of the DC Hardcore scene. Many of the pics are just great.
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