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Suicide: No Compromise

3.76  ·  Rating Details ·  33 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
This volume provides a docu-biography of New York's most subversive punk band, Suicide.
Hardcover, 223 pages
Published October 1st 2004 by SAF Publishing
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May 09, 2008 Guy rated it liked it
Ode aan the cult band to rule all cult bands. Dat laatste is althans waar Nobakht de lezer van probeert te overtuigen. En Suicide is wel degelijk een van de meest unieke en kleurrijke bands uit de muziekgeschiedenis. Ze waren op en top New Yorks en beïnvloed door bands als The Velvet Underground en The Silver Apples begonnen ze rond 1970 reeds uit te pakken met hun radicale electro/rock-’n-roll-experimenten. Dit was jaren voor grote sier gemaakt werd in CBGB’s door schoon volk als Television en ...more
Mar 19, 2012 Simon rated it really liked it
Suicide No Compromise by David Nobakht

I bought my signed copy at the Suicide gig back
in January and am mighty glad I did as this is a
very comprehensive biography of the band.
It takes us from the late 60's to the present
day and has lengthy interviews from Alan Vega
and Marty Rev that have some incredible stories
in them that included Alan Meeting Miles Davis
and Johnny Winter at the MC5 and the Stooges New
York show in 1969 apparently Miles loved the
From there on through the 70's a
Chuck Nolan
Jul 18, 2012 Chuck Nolan rated it really liked it
A quick read, solid information on a legendary band. My only qualm is I wish it delved more into the human element, instead of just "the work." With "No Compromise" comes personal struggle, which I felt the book lacked, other than the tales of being pelted onstage. However, the chronology was fantastic, and perhaps conveyed humanity would have tainted their mystique. Recommended.
Aug 01, 2007 Shilo rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: fans, cultural anthropologists, serious music dorks
Shelves: collection
a digestable and interesting book about an incredibly influential band that 9/10ths of the population would hate if they ever heard them, which they haven't.
Oct 11, 2015 Lee rated it it was amazing
My favorite electronic punk band, never got the recognition they deserved. They were pioneers (and put on an amazing live show.)
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