Tales of Dayglow

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'''Tales of Dayglow''' is a [[unk]] zine  by Steve, from the UK.
'''Tales of Dayglow''' is a [[unk]] zine  by Steve, from the UK.
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Clive and Lawrence assisted with the zine. Emerging in the early days of punk, it was filled with photographs, interviews, news about shows, recordings,  
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Clive and Lawrence assisted with the zine. Emerging in the early days of punk in the 1970s, it was filled with photographs, interviews, news about shows, recordings, gossip, and the punk scene in the UK.
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Included in the pages of ''Tales of Dayglow'' were bands such as The Ants, Buzzcocks, Captain Sensible, The Cuddly Toys, The Dickies, The Flys, The Lurkers, The Pretenders, Raped, and UK Subs, among many others.  
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Included in the pages of ''Tales of Dayglow'' were bands such as The Ants, Buzzcocks, Captain Sensible, The Cuddly Toys, The Dickies, The Flys, Lara Logic and Essential Logic, The Lurkers, The Pretenders, Raped, and UK Subs, among many others.  
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Featured on the cover were The Damned (#7), Penetration, The Psychedelic Furs, Slaughter and the Dogs (#8, December 1979),
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Featured on the cover were Penetration (#3), 999 (#4), The Psychedelic Furs (#6), The Damned (#7), Slaughter and the Dogs (#8, December 1979).
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Revision as of 23:32, 29 October 2012

Tales of Dayglow is a unk zine by Steve, from the UK.

Clive and Lawrence assisted with the zine. Emerging in the early days of punk in the 1970s, it was filled with photographs, interviews, news about shows, recordings, gossip, and the punk scene in the UK.

Included in the pages of Tales of Dayglow were bands such as The Ants, Buzzcocks, Captain Sensible, The Cuddly Toys, The Dickies, The Flys, Lara Logic and Essential Logic, The Lurkers, The Pretenders, Raped, and UK Subs, among many others.

Featured on the cover were Penetration (#3), 999 (#4), The Psychedelic Furs (#6), The Damned (#7), Slaughter and the Dogs (#8, December 1979).

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