Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk - Part Five Summary & Analysis

Gillian McCain and Legs McNeil
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Part Five Summary and Analysis

New York nights for writers, rockers, and artists, consisted of going back and forth between Max's Kansas City and Country, Bluegrass, and Blues (CBGB's). Drugs flow freely at CBGB's. Additionally, the films being made by some of the punk rockers, such as "Unmade Beds" gain enough attention to be nationally reviewed, such as in the New York Times.

With the release of their first album, the Dead Boys are slated to open for Iggy Pop on a handful of tour dates. By 1977, many rockers are beginning to realize their glory days are over. On the streets, notoriety and fame doesn't hold up against thugs, who attack Michael Sticca, Johnny Blitz, and their girls. Yet it was also the time that the band Blondie takes off. Debbie Harry reveals that the record companies were giving them thousands of dollars of...

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