I had admittedly been patchy on here lately and yes this IG has been “pretty vacant” but it’s mainly due to running out out of music to post and a long long hiatus from buying anything lately. Decided to hit the shop tonight though, after months!! And I came home with a little treasure. Haven’t been looking for this, it’s always just been one of those records that’s been on my “eventually I’ll replace my cd copy with a wax one” but this one is an OG. After studying it and spying the “Sub-Mission” sticker on the back and the inner sleeve, I knew I probably wouldn’t see another one of these again. Nice little piece of punk history right here and a lot of great memories listening to this as a kid. Glad that I wasn’t looking for it, otherwise I’d probably never have found it. •
Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen with Marky Ramone, 1978
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LIVRO RELACIONADO À FORMAÇÃO 👩🎓🦉🦋🌿🌾
Sou licenciada em Ciências Biológicas, apesar de não atuar no campo já a alguns anos, sigo apaixonada pela área e amo assuntos relacionados a mesma.
No livro "A ilha de Darwin" aprendi um pouco mais sobre o cientista Charles Darwin, sua vida e suas pesquisas/estudos; isso por meio de uma linguagem bacana e envolvente.
E o mais legal é que, mesmo para aqueles que não atuam ou não são da área de Biologia, o livro é relevante e, até mesmo instigante, tendo seu valor histórico/informativo. .
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Johnny Rotten and photographer Dennis Morris went on vacation to Jamaica after the Sex Pistols broke up in 1978, this photo was taken in Jamaica by @dennismcevoymorris
Some photos that were taken by Ray Stevenson during The Anarchy Tour in 1976. In those photos you can see The Sex Pistols (and Malcolm McLaren) and the other bands who where asked to join the tour; The Clash, The Damned and Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers. They could only perform on 3 of the 19 dates that were booked, because all the other gigs were cancelled out of fear of fighting. They had to stay in the same place for days because of the multiple cancellations.