This is the definitive story of Punk, from Anarchy in the UK to American Idiot. With three decades worth of interviews, insider info, unseen photographs and memorabilia, the full story of rock and roll's most rebellious offspring is told - the gigs, the three-chord classics, the scandals, successes and fashions, in all their safety-pinned glory. Eyewitness accounts from the people who were there, original features from Sounds magazine (the first to cover Punk) and the best music writers from Mojo relate how an underground scene in New York and London transformed the pompous, stale music of the 1970s, and inspired New Wave, Grunge and a whole generation of bands. Get an insight into the good, bad and the ugly of Punk including its foremost icon, Sid Vicious. Relive the heyday of the great British bands: The Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Damned, The Buzzcocks and more. Visit Punk Rock in America from the Ramones to Rancid, Blondie to Green Day and check out the great venues like CBGBs, climb on board the legendary Sex Pistols Thames Party Boat, and find the greatest punk singles and albums of all time. Combining the in-depth knowledge of Mojo's finest writers with exclusive pictures taken by the world's best music photographers, "Punk" is the complete record of a rock revolution.