Independence days : the story of UK independent record labels
- Alex Ogg.
- London : Cherry Red, 2009.
- Physical description
- xvii, 577 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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- Ogg, Alex.
- Edison...and light bulbs : the early history of independent record labels
- Gatecrashers : Chiswick and Ace Records
- So it goes : Stiff Records
- How about me and you? : Small Wonder, New Hormones, Step Forward and a Cast of Thousands
- Music is a better noise : Rough Trade Records
- Echoes in a shallow bay : Beggars Banquet and 4AD Records
- Behind the wheel : Mute Records, Industrial, and the New Electronics
- The Graveyard & the Ballroom : Rabid, Factory, & Zoo
- The sound of young Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales : Fast, Postcard, Good Vibrations and Z Block
- Ever present : Cherry Red Records
- Do they owe us a living? : Crass, Southern, The Anarcho Punk labels and punk in the 80s
- Get rid of these things : The Cartek, its labels, and the building of an independent infrastructure
- For how much longer? : they also served
- Where do we go from here?
- Publication date
- Cover title.
- 9781901447415 (pbk.)
- 1901447413 (pbk.)
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