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Dirty, Drunk, and Punk: The Twisted Crazy Story of the Bunchofuckingoofs [Paperback]

Jennifer Morton
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March 15 2011
The Bunchofuckingoofs were born in 1984. They were a punk band. An art collective. A bicycle gang. They were anti-establishment, anti-consumerism, and lived totally D.I.Y. They played music, made their own clothes, and lived commune-style at Fort Goof. Their name even made it onto the Berlin Wall. The Bunchofuckingoofs have been a Toronto institution for thirty years. Reviled by some for their punk music, hard looks, and rough lifestyle, they were hardcore with hearts. They were the kings and queens of Kensington Market. They took care of their backyard, kept drugs and skinheads out, and earned the respect of others who also called it home. They lived outside of society and within one of their own. A society where dogs ruled, beer was currency, and no one made plans beyond the next gig. Dirty, Drunk, and Punk chronicles twenty-five outrageous years of the Bunchofuckingoofs through the eyes, words, and blurred memories of the people who lived it.

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A two-time Gemini Award nominee, Jennifer Morton conceived and reported for TV Frames, a show focusing on artists and music in all the world’s cultural capitals. Her photographs have been exhibited in galleries and sold to private collectors. She was also a reporter for The New Music. Her first book, Belong, was published in 2004 by Insomniac Press. Morton lives in Toronto.

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1.0 out of 5 stars The Real Story May 22 2011
By never
Format:Paperback
I certainly hope that somewhere in this glorified version of Kensington history the real tales are told. The stories of how Steve would snort lines of chemicals minutes before hitting the stage to scream anti drug anthems. Stories of coerced sex with underage girls. All in the name of the almighty PUNK ROCK.

The glory days were dirty and abusive. Let's not forget that.
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4.0 out of 5 stars dirty drunk and punk April 27 2011
By imma bfg girl now - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
having seen an advance copy, i find it an interesting read, although not entirely accurate (i can say that because i was misquoted and certain events were not even mentioned to/included by the author)....still it's nice to see part of your history in print...
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