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The Post-Punk Years 1987–1990, Richard Davis
The Post-Punk Years 1987–1990, Richard Davis
The Post-Punk Years 1987–1990, Richard Davis
The Post-Punk Years 1987–1990, Richard Davis
The Post-Punk Years 1987–1990, Richard Davis
The Post-Punk Years 1987–1990, Richard Davis
The Post-Punk Years 1987–1990, Richard Davis
The Post-Punk Years 1987–1990, Richard Davis
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The Post-Punk Years 1987–1990, Richard Davis

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Café Royal Books (founded 2005) is an independent publisher based in Southport, England. Originally set up as a way to disseminate art, in multiple, affordably, quickly, and internationally while not relying on 'the gallery'. Café Royal Books publishes artist's books and zines as well as a weekly series of photobook/zines. The photographic publications are part of a long ongoing series, generally working with photographers and their archives, to publish work, which usually falls into 1970–2000 UK documentary / reportage.

Nirvana, Manchester Polytechnic 1989
Steve Jameson, World Domination Enterprises, Manchester Ritz 1988
Mudhoney, Manchester International 1 Backstage 1989
Fugazi, Manchester Boardwalk 1989
Nirvana, Manchester Polytechnic 1989
Thurston Moore, Sonic Youth, Manchester University 1989
Edwards No 8 Night Club, Birmingham 1989
Kim Gordon, Sonic Youth, Manchester University 1989
Nirvana, Manchester Polytechnic 1989
Howard Devoto, Birmingham Burberries 1988
Slum Turkeys, Manchester Boardwalk 1989
Stretch Heads, Bradford 1 in 12 Club 1990
Psychic TV, Manchester Poly 1988
Blixa Bargeld, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Manchester 1988
The Membranes, Manchester Boardwalk 1989
Godflesh, Birmingham 1988
Gun Club, Manchester Poly 1988
J Masics, Dinosaur Jr. Manchester 1989
Bjork, The Sugarcubes, Birmingham Burberries 1987
Pussy Galore, Mermaid Pub, Birmingham 1988
Dub Sex, Manchester Boardwalk 1989
Mike, Manchester 1988
Kirsten, Bradford 1989
Julia Cafritz, Pussy Galore, Mermaid Pub, Birmingham 1988
Boz & Rat, Bradford 1989
Nick Cave, Ritz Manchester 1988

Published by Cafe Royal Books
Softcover
36 pages
140 x 200 mm

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