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THE SLITS By mick mercer
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We start with a few tatty shots from the Vortex in 1977, then hit a whole series of shows where they supported The Clash, starting with Bournemouth Village Bowl, then the Sid Vicious Legal Fund... More > benefit gig at the Music Machine, followed by three of the Lyceum dates - 29.12.78, 30.12.78 and 3.1.79. We finish with what I gather was the final gig by the band way back then, at the Rainbow in the September of 1979. 328 black and white photos in all, a lively tribute to one of Punk’s all time greats.< Less
ECHOBELLY By mick mercer
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ECHOBELLY were a fine Indie band. Although there has been some half-hearted comeback action this book catches them at the height of their creativity with 213 photos between the years of 1993 and... More > 1995. Gigs covered are Monarch 3.11.93, 100 Club 14.12.93, LA2 – 15.1.94 and Forum – 23.1.95.< Less
PLAYPEN By mick mercer
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This is an interesting collection of 498 black and white photos, remembering a bunch of talented individuals going through a period of ‘transition’, those people being L-R Jonny Melton... More > (Specimen/Diskord Datkord/Atomizer), Carol, Matthew Seligman (Soft Boys), Nick Hallam (Stereo MC`s) and Steve Monti (Blockheads, Heart Throbs, Curve). You’ll find photos from a posed session 1.3.86, Queen Elizabeth College 8.3.86, Bath Moles 11.3.86, Astral Flight 15.3.86, Embassy 17.3.86, Video shots15.4.86, Marquee 28.4.86, posed again on 1.5.86, and a load of mixed undated photos.< Less
POWDER By mick mercer
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During the Britpop era POWDER were a cute, lively bunch and, as this book reveals, started from an interesting Goth base. In this book you will find 167 black and white photos taken from four gigs:... More > Bull & Gate 12.4.94, Dublin Castle 24.10.94, Dublin Castle 13.2.95, LA2 4.5.95< Less
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In this book we find 142 images of spirited American indie band OUR AMERICAN COUSINS, on a rare and brisk UK jaunt where they played the Bull & Gate and I happened along with my trusty camera.... More > There's a few grotty shots because for a while there was far too much smoke released into the building, but overall it's a nice set of photos, capturing them in their true, gritty glory.< Less
A BAND CALLED JEFF By mick mercer
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I know nothing about A Band Called Jeff, except that they released a single, “Hope” on Jeff Records in 1992 and have just about the worst name of any band I ever saw, but they were... More > actually interesting. Robust Indie, pretty nippy. The singer with the shaved head went on to be in something naff called Black Girl Rock who appeared on the Tube and Jasper from Then Jerico was in them. That’s about it, I’m afraid. 238 photos in this book, from three gigs: Borderline April 1992, Dome 17.4.92 and Bull & Gate 11.5.92.< Less
MENSWEAR By mick mercer
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By far and away one of the more interesting bands to swish about under the fancy Britpop umbrella, MENSWEAR were up against it when they became were so strongly favoured by Melody Maker, because this... More > led to almost constant scathing criticism from NME, and that never helps. The band only lasted a few years and have left no real impact. This is a shame because they weren’t the precious manufactured dandies some quarters painted them as, but a bunch of lads making a cool racket. They were very much a fine live band and deserve to be remembered as such. This book captures them at two shows from 1995, with 155 photos from the Forum - 23.1.95 and LA2 4.5.95.< Less
M is for... By mick mercer
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In releasing my entire music photo archive in book form there are obviously some I don’t have enough photos of to merit their own book. I am placing those in alphabetical compilations. In the M... More > volume you will find the following (the figure in brackets indicating the number of images of that band). Mad Dog (27), Madonna Kebab (36), Mamas In A Factory (61), Mambo Taxi (33), Manicured Noise (6), Maniax (35), Manuskript (14), Map (9), Margo Random (7), Martian Dance (13), Martin Atkins (Brian Brain) (11), Maryen (17), Mega City 4 (42), Melt (Canada) (50), Militia (36), Milk (7), Millions of Brazilians (14), Mint 400 (11), Miracle Cure (30), Miss B Haven (31), Mission (12), Mk 13 (26), Mob (25), Molestors (23), Moonshake (5), Mother Machine (12), Motorcycle Boy (5), Mr Pits (5), Mute Drivers (17), My Father (15).< Less
C is for... By mick mercer
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Sometimes I don’t have enough photos of a band to merit their own book so I create a series of smaller set compilations. This ‘C’ volume contains 944 photo of the following (figure... More > in brackets indicates number of images of that band): Cable (36), Cadaver Finesse (10), Carcrash International (52), The Carpettes (50), Cassandra Complex (3), Casual (27), Cathal Coughlan (4), Catspa (9), Catwalk (31), Cecil (34), Celebration (28), Charge (23), Charlie’s Angels (32), Charlottes (19), Chelsea (62), Cherry 2000 (12), Chicane (38), Chin (19), Chodburger (36), Chuck (38), The Clash (34), Clockwork Dogs (54), Colour Noise (42), Compulsion (16), Conch (51), Concrete Garden (10), Consultants (25), Cosmic 666 (1), Cosmopop (11), Cow (11), Crawling Jesus (19), Cries Of Tammuz (18), Cuckoo Club (26), Cut (47), Cyndi Lauper (4), Cyril Trotts (12).< Less
THEN JERICO By mick mercer
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This has interesting mixed content. 32 Marquee photos, including Scott in seriously scary underwear, 10 from Loughborough University 1987, 4 informal posed shots from the same year and 71 from the... More > Marquee in 1989. That, however, is not all, as the band were a real favourite of mine and I tried where possible to write about them if I was able. So, we have reviews from Melody Maker of the ‘Fault’, ‘Muscle Deep’, ‘The Motive’, ‘Prairie Rose’ and ‘What Does It Take’ singles, ‘First’ and ‘Big Area’ albums and ‘The Big Area’ video. There are live reviews from the (three times), Albert Hall and the Town & Country Club. I also had three interviews printed in Melody Maker including the full version of the third one, which originally appeared in truncated form as their PR threatened to sue Melody Maker if I printed what actually happened. There’s also a brief ‘Shrink Rap’ piece with Mark Shaw.< Less

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