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After meeting Paul Cook and Steve Jones, the two former Sex Pistols decided they wanted to work with the band, and produced the next single, "Exchange".

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Rab became the band's manager, and when their first label Small Wonder ceased operating, he got them a deal with Fresh Records and went into the studio to record the next single "Ghetto". Although originally recorded with Lowery on vocals, it would be re-recorded with new singer Ivan Kelly formerly of Ruefrex.

Lowery had decided that Ward should be replaced, but the rest of the band disagreed and instead decided that Lowery should go. He died in Former Straps guitarist Andy "Heed" Forbes was also added to the line-up when Ward decided to leave the band. The debut album, Personal Troubles and Public Issues was released in late After an unprovoked drunken attack by Kelly on an elderly man while the band were walking through London, the singer was immediately sacked from the band, with Griffiths taking over on vocals. The band were given a support slot on the Stiff Little Fingers Go For It national tour, and recorded the Remembrance EP to coincide with the dates, with a stand-in bassist playing in the live shows.

On returning from the tour, Claire Bidwell of The Passions joined on bass guitar, leaving Griffiths free to concentrate on vocals. The band's second album, Dirges and Anthems was released in April , the band now signed to Polydor Records. Polydor insisted that "Epitaph" be released as a single, but it was outsold by the Hobbies for a Day EP released on Fresh Records shortly before, and the band were dropped by Polydor.

The Wall were reduced to a duo of Beith and Griffiths, who soldiered on for one last effort, the Day Tripper EP in late , before the group split up for good. He later worked as a motorcycle mechanic. A collection of the band's independent releases was issued in on Captain Oi! This was followed by the release of a new live album in August on Captive Records Opus Productions.

The Wall - Live Opus Productions. Instigators were an anarcho-punk band from Dewsbury, England, formed in The original line-up split up in the mids, but the band carried on into the s. They took the name Instigators on the suggestion of Ritchie Calvert of the band Disintegrated. The band's first live performance was in summer Influences on the band included Crass and Flux of Pink Indians. Djorjevic left to be replaced by "Tompo", who only lasted a few months, playing on the band's first demo, before being replaced himself by Simon "Tab" Elsey.

The band's demo got the band a support slot for Flux of Pink Indians in November , and they recorded two further demos, all three getting released on a cassette on Halmshaw's Peaceville Records label, gaining the band more fans. The band were given another support slot in May , opening for Subhumans in Bradford, a performance that was recorded by Subhumans vocalist Dick Lucas and released through his Bluurg label.

Bridgewater left later that year after an argument, and the band recruited Tez Turner formerly of The Expozez as his replacement. The band's sound changed with the new line-up, taking on a more American influence. They went on to tour Europe and the United States and continued into the s. Halmshaw went on to front Civilised Society, and continued to develop his Peaceville label. Norwich punk band. The resulting din required a name that embodied both their incredible musical prowess and their extreme knack for silliness.

They began playing as Black Eyes in August of , although most of the band had played together previously in Trooper and the No-Gos before that. The band's first-full length was released on Dischord in following several singles on Ruffian Records and Planaria.

Black Eyes created a unique live experience as the members made a symmetrical shape on stage, two drummers, one on either side of the stage, two bass players, one at the back and one at the front, and one guitarist in the middle. Their shows were chaotic and renown for melting into a frenzied, rhythmic jam sessions with most of the audience partaking in the mayhem by the end of the set. After an extensive tour with Q and Not the band released their second full-length, "Cough" in May of This album introduced saxophone to the mix and relied more heavily on improvisational and dub influences hinted at in their earlier work.

The band broke up shortly before the album was released, at the height of their popularity. Flux of Pink Indians were an anarcho-punk band from Hertfordshire, who released 3 completely different LP's from - The first was hardcore angry punk, the third, a mixture of protest tunes, dub, funk and drums. The second LP has the most offensive title ever conceived, and is an incredible burst of noise, political fury and melody. However, both departed quickly for their original band, The Insane. While auditioning for their replacements, Puncher also left, and the line up was completed by former Darlex and Epileptics guitarist Kevin Hunter and drummer Martin Wilson.

By the band had shortened their name to Flux and released their third album Uncarved Block, produced by Adrian Sherwood, and featuring several members of the On-U Sound Records label. He still uses the Flux title for occasional projects. Latter went on to form the dance influenced Hotalacio, and was joined by drummer Wilson and guitarist Middlehurst. The "Strive To Survive" era line-up Latter, Hunter and Wilson was joined by ex-Decadence Within bass player Ian Glasper replacing Birkett, and as a result of their well-received set the band played another three gigs in , in Bradford, Dijon and London.

In a Swedish hardcore band called Refused released their third and what was to prove their final studio album The Shape of Punk to Come. Despite being lavished with praise amongst circles in the punk underground, the album largely slipped unnoticed, underneath the radar of the mainstream music press at a time when the nu-metal behemoth was beginning its ominous rise, and was dismissed on the underground scene by some purists for straying too far from the strict hardcore rulebook. After close to seven years of increasing inner tension and ideological conflict, after touring the album the band called it quits.

The music world barely batted an eye-lid at the announcement. Fast-forward to and Refused songs are played every weekend in rock clubs the length and breadth of the country, The Shape of Punk to Come is widely heralded as one of the most important punk-rock albums ever recorded. A veritable who's who of rock music today are lining up to name drop them; from stadium giants Metallica, Foo Fighters and Sum 41, to the UK's very own Muse, Hell Is For Heroes and the recently departed Million Dead, who even named themselves after a Refused lyric.

It seems everybody who is anybody is going out of their way to pay tribute to the band. A shitty band with an awesome plan. The formative years of the band's life were marked with a host of line up changes as the band strived to find the perfect chemistry. The Truth, while saw the emergence of their Everlasting seven track. The band themselves readily admit how much US hardcore standard bearers like Youth of Today and Gorilla Biscuits influenced their early sound. Much like Nirvana with Bleach and At The Drive-In's Acrobatic Tenement, their earlier recordings, while definitely worth investigating, only really show fleeting glimpses of what the band were truly capable of at a later date.

From seething anti-capitalist rhetoric to venomous tirades on social oppression, it's territory that in time would come to define the band to many, and open the minds of many a young person around the globe. In late we're swamped week in, week out with identikit hardcore bands blatantly pillaging the latter day Refused sound, using the album as a blueprint to success. So it's a testament to its quality that despite its many imitators, nine years on from its initial release Songs to Fan The Flames of Discontent still sounds like such a remarkable, pure and vital album.

Undoubtedly Refused's most aggressive and metallic material, it's the sound of protest music at its very fiercest. Somehow baby, I never thought we'd do, too. Even in Hardcore, there are so many rules about what is and what is not acceptable, and that completely negates the whole spirit of the original idea. The fact that the inlay sleeve of The Shape of Punk to Come contained an introductory essay attempting to explain their evolution should go some way to illustrating the full extent to which the band so daringly overhauled their sound.

Mixing spoken word, hardcore, traffic and radio samples, electronica and techno; on paper these components appear to make a complete mess, but in reality when it's pumping out of your speakers at full volume, it works magnificently, augmenting as many ideas into one song as many bands manage in their entire career.

Every one of following 11 tracks are equally spectacular, all offering something totally unique from the others, each a piece that complete the overall jigsaw. Similar in one sense to Radiohead's opus OK Computer, what are stunning tracks individually combine and sound even more compelling when heard in their full context. Very few bands have attempted to utterly smash boundaries as Refused did and as a result The Shape of Punk to Come genuinely stands out as one of the 's most pioneering and challenging records.

Quite simply, in a genre that is constantly evolving and re-inventing itself, The Shape of Punk to Come has no equals. To this day the band members have rejected all the offers to speak to "disgusting journalists whose only aim is the selling of issues and the cashing in of paychecks", having turning down the cover in Alternative Press The biggest rock magazine in the US last year, and have gone on to in all intents and purposes, disown their swansong release. Officially their last statement claims that Refused broke up because of their disgust of how music is always categorised, dumbed down and turned into commodity, going on to claim that with four separate projects they would be able to reach more people than one single entity ever could.

Of course such a statement was always going to raise a few eyebrows, and in this day and age, where internet messageboard help spread rumours around the world at the click of a mouse button, the reasons behind their demise certainly didn't avoid speculation. From certain band members having difficulty keeping up the with increasingly complex nature of the music to a widening void in their political philosophies; no stone was left unturned by people wildly speculating from the safe faceless anonymity that the internet provides.

Just about anywhere. There's no denying the fact that Refused have undoubtedly become something they'd always have hated, a seminal band much like Fugazi, who due to their fabled ethics and sub-cultural significance have become a credible name to drop by musicians, lazy journalists and scensters. As they so eloquently in their final press statement, "When people are being praised as geniuses and idols just because they play music We will never play together again and we will never try to glorify or celebrate what was. Anthoropology, World, Social Science.

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    Bilingualism English linguistics Germanic linguistics Language policy Sociolinguistics and Dialectology. Draft titled The Secret Life: a saga of drugs, money, murder. And family — marked as Second Revision. Describes Phil Jordon…how he wants to talk and will talk…and that Chuck is looking for a platform for the story.

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    Mary Martha went to Oregon to help Peg through chemotherapy. At the end of his Epic book tour, Rebecca Solnit told him to read Down by the River, expressing his appreciation of the book, etc. Included is an article from the Syracuse newspaper that her mom wanted Chuck to have — information related to that in Down by the River.

    Dinner menu from Marfa — dinner prepared by another Lannan fellow who owns a restaurant in Seattle. Email from New York Times saying that they will be listing Down by the River as one of the notable books of Letter to Sal from Chuck Never sent — The prison officials put Sal into solitary confinement to protect him after the G. Correspondence between Sal and Chuck became difficult. Anthony Lukas Book Prize. The copied letter from Esther is in regard to having read Down by the River and her memories working with Bruno, etc. Regarding the book, the content of book, the information about Phil that she shared with Chuck, disappointment that Chuck would write about it, etc.

    Contains an email exchange between Suzie and Gary Gius regarding a book contract for Sal and Suzie about his experience; the email includes the contract for the book, and pages from the draft. Regarding her visits to Sal in prison, their attempts to cut down his sentence, how they are doing, etc. During the writing of Down by the River, Chuck was informed there were contracts on his life put out by the drug cartel. When I moved to Tucson, there were loaded guns in all parts of the house as well as the truck.

    This continued for several years until the drug people who had put out the contracts were dead. I am informed that it is still dangerous for Chuck to be in Mexico — but he still goes anyway. Kelly Zamudio is the wife of herpetologist Harry Greene. She was bitten by a rattle snake and lost partial use of her left leg.

    Mentions Chuck going to Australia, details about her life, what she is reading, includes a speech by Peter Carey, etc. She writes books and can get them published because of his connections, but then they get confiscated and burned. This is one of the few surviving copies. Page labeled Roman Elizondo — The man who allegedly set up the kid to kill Bruno and drove the kid into the El Paso parking lot.

    Part of Juarez car thief ring. Down by the River is reviewed as fiction. It remains to be seen if the print version of Newsweek will review the book — they are short of space for such things because of all the stories on the impending war with iraq. Box 25 PPP the following folders and specific articles summarize the contents of the research.

    Folder with interviews etc. House of Representatives. Letter from Roy Elson. Roy was the Administrative Assistant to long-term senator, Carl Hayden. Christopher Whalen Bibliography has a private investigation company, is allegedly a former CIA agent. Letter was sent with a copy of the final page proof. Email includes comments by page number and general thoughts. Mentions making lunch for Chuck and Phil Caputo a writer who also lives in Patagonia , includes a blurb for the book, etc. Regarding the corrected proof mentions 4 blank pages, which are in the published hardback at the end.

    Email between MM and David L. Hardy Sr. David is an amateur herpetologist friend. Book never finished, though, because his computer crashed. This is copy There are an additional 26 specially bound lettered copies signed by the author. Don Henry contacted Chuck after he read Down by the River. He had just come out of the federal penitentiary where he served five years for smuggling marijuana.

    Chuck helped him to get it published. His family was touched by what Chuck wrote and asked for Chuck to do the introduction when Sometimes a Great Notion was re-issued. He was happy to do this introduction. Joseph is a writer and artist who was raised in Arivaca.

    He is the son of Maggie Milinovitch, publisher of the Arivaca newspaper. Chuck has encouraged Joseph in his writing. Original draft of Preface for the paperback edition. Mona is a science writer. This and the entry below are two novels in which Chuck is the fictionalized hero. Bill Broyles and Chuck hiked together for twenty years in the southwest deserts. We have a keen ear for voices. Draft of Budget — itemizes salaries, taxes, circulation costs, advertising costs, employee mileage, production costs, editorial costs, etc.

    Letter from William G. Envelope with two forms for Intergroup of Arizona, Inc. Envelope containing a memo from Lind R. Joint interview with Laura Greenberg…In the interview Carriger admitted to a prior murder that took place during another burglary and this upset his lawyer, Bob Hirsh. Two stories in City Magazine. Stoll dated September 1 , letter from Terry L. Fan letter from Julia S. Letter to Paolo Gentiloni confirming the agreement to publish the article in La Nuova Ecologia, as well as a rough page proof of the article in German.

    Heath, a Schaffner agency. Group II: The hotel beachfront property across the street from the actual hotel in San Carlos where he was gunned down. He wrote this to try to help Webb re-establish himself and to be able to write for the mainstream press again. I turned on the T. My niece, Amanda Gordon Dunn, went to H. Tina Brown insisted on having Chuck in the premiere issue. Her husband was on the Pulitzer committee which originally awarded Chuck the Prize. Chuck had a long-standing friendship with his sister, Diane and their parents. Chuck and I gave her the Dorthea Lange print that day.

    Her family returned it to us after her death. He also was interested in Mother Jones receiving a large Lannan Grant. First draft, 1 other draft, page proofs, letter from Charlie Kernaghan dated June 24, after he read the article 2 copies. Chuck attended a fund-raiser for Kucinich in California. This editor worked at Esquire at the time and remembered it as outstanding despite the fact Esquire had killed the story, so he brought it back. The articles listed do not encompass the total collection — rather, they are partial-listed to offer a glimpse of the breadth of reporting, etc.

    I felt a compassion in you when we met. For this I thank you my friend. He was a boilermaker princes of the craft unions , was against the strike poor timing but totally in favor it the union and thus fully supported the strike. He was a very intelligent man fighting a very big alcohol problem. But then many of the miners took thermos of vodka to the pit in order to maintain in the boredom of the work. Incidentally, after the story, and after I got his kind note, I was back there for a story and suddenly was hassled by a herd of union guys for the way the press was covering the strike.

    He was standing at the back of this little mob in the street and mouthing the same sentiments as the rest of the men. Basically, the union was losing and so, a reporter such as myself, was distorting the strike, etc. I never acknowledged we knew each other, nor did he. The price of survival in a copper strike. Good job. It is not. Including letter from Otto Penzler to Chuck regarding the page proofs, etc. Dated February 28, The rest is food, talk and wine. I looked at her drawings and immediately wrote her and said yes. This became Dreamland. He was in Tucson doing a radio story.

    Later he came by with a bottle of red wine. They were the best and most honest I had ever seen. So we did Inferno together. Some years later, he single handedly got Down by the River optioned. Jim Harrison — Jim first blurbed Chuck in — Mezcal. Then we went our separate ways until a dead Mexican girl broke the calm of one his walks in southern Arizona. How unpleasant. Mentions his drive home through New Mexico, that he wrote Scott Carrier, etc. Laura Greenburg — worked at City Magazine with Chuck, she also became involved in the Gretzler case, etc. This email should be with Shadow in the City material, but was found later in the archiving process.

    Regarding Juarez: The Laboratory of Our Future being out-of-print, that he had been using the book in his classes, asking for copies of the book for his seminars, etc. The comment by Tom Gordon was sent to Marketplace, his comment explains how much he enjoyed the piece with Chuck that he heard on Marketplace 2 copies of the email included. They took it as a sign of respect. Regarding the State Parks Bill. Chuck and Julian were involved in an effort to get protection for petroglyphs on Picacho Peak, west of I no envelope. The charge was dropped on appeal. Inquiring as to whether Chuck would be interested in contributing to his photography project, included is a photograph of Mr.

    No specific event or person mentioned.

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    Having read The Sonoran Desert, he is impressed with it, details about his own photography projects, etc. Regarding his experience with mountain lions in the Catalinas, mentions having read Frog Mountain Blues and Blue Desert, etc no envelope. Regarding John Nicholas, that John should be recognized, for Chuck to check out his work, etc. Sent from Ohio before David went to prison. She was also a columnist for City Magazine.

    Tom Sheridan, historian at the University of Arizona. He is married to the head of the University of Arizona Press. Chuck considers him to be a fine historian. Also, a flyer listing the speakers for the event and Mapquest directions to the Glendale Gaslight Inn. A Museums and the Land brochure 18th Annual Meeting, March , , and two other brochures from museum.

    Also, 10 brochures from Yavapai College in manila envelope, dated June 4,