HUGO KAAGMAN  STENCIL KING
Don Letts
Punk and Reggae   All of the things I'm interested in have come from this multi cultural mix. 'Punk: Attitude' is one of my favourites, simply because it viewed punk as an attitude and not a mohawk and it put it into the context of an ongoing dynamic. I got tired of people relegating punk as being an anomaly that happened in the late 70s, which it never was. The myth and the reality of the punky reggae party. I believe it's the only untold story left in punk. Punk rock was a ladder that you were supposed to keep climbing, you weren't supposed to get stuck on the first rung.  
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Johnny Rotten & Donovan Letts
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