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Rotten : no Irish, no Blacks, no dogs

Author: John Lydon; Keith Zimmerman; Kent Zimmerman
Publisher: New York : Picador USA, 1995. ©1994
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Punk's original angry young man and leader of the Sex Pistols finally tells his side of the story in this blunt and poignant autobiography. As the most notorious face of the era--Johnny Rotten--Lydon now tells the real story with contributions from Chrissie Hynde, Billy Idol, and others who were there in the late 70s era that changed youth forever.
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Genre/Form: Autobiographies
Biographies
Biography
Named Person: Johnny Rotten; Johnny Rotten
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Lydon; Keith Zimmerman; Kent Zimmerman
ISBN: 031211883X 9780312118839
OCLC Number: 31662238
Description: ix, 329 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Never mind the situationists; this was situation comedy --
Child of the Ashes --
John Gray, a longtime childhood friend --
John Christopher Lydon, my father --
Steptoe-rag and the fashion victim --
"I want you to know that I hate you, baby" --
Stone-cold dead silence/ A John and Paul summit --
Every mistake imaginable --
Hand on eyes --
The skaters of Streatham/ Nora, my wife --
Steve Severin on the Bromley contingent --
Shooting in the dark --
Paul Cook, drummer --
"How brilliant! They hate the Beatles!" Paul Stahl, Marco Pirroni, and Dave Ruffy --
Kiss this-The Pistols track by track --
John Wayne look-alikes in dresses --
Groundhog Day 1979 --
Big draw, then hand on face/ Don Letts, John Lydon, and Jeanette Lee --
Where's the money? --
Never mind the lolling on the sand, here's the affadavits/ a legal pie fight --
No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs --
John Christopher Lydon, Silent return --
"Ever get the feeling ..." --
Where are they now?
Responsibility: John Lydon ; with Keith and Kent Zimmerman.
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Punk's original angry young man and leader of the Sex Pistols finally tells his side of the story in this blunt and poignant autobiography. As the most notorious face of the era--Johnny Rotten--Lydon now tells the real story with contributions from Chrissie Hynde, Billy Idol, and others who were there in the late 70s era that changed youth forever.

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