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Artist: SAVAGE DAMAGE DIGEST
Title: #2
Format: Mag
Label: Savage Damage Digest
Country: USA
Price: $7.00
"The second issue of this new Bay Area magazine covering everything from 60s garage & psych to 70s punk and even 80s metal. ..features SF proto-punkers LARUE, DUCKS DELUXE, JULY, CHANTS R&B, BEDLAM FOUR, RAMONES and a special feature on guitar player ROSS THE BOSS. Also included are comics, reviews, and more. 78-pages." -Savage Damage Digest
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Artist: SAVAGE DAMAGE DIGEST
Title: #3
Format: Mag
Label: Savage Damage Digest
Country: USA
Price: $7.50
80 pages, b&w, with button. "Third issue of this classy West Coast digest-sized (duh) zine [...] laid out effectively and peppered with vintage schlock ads that reinforce the retro viewpoint present. All interviews and articles for the most part, obviously dealing in rocking and rolling of the past, the majority of which are written by editor Cory Linstrum. The big article is a very in depth interview with Avengers guitarist Greg Ingraham that takes up a good quarter of the zine and also contains some killer pics and fliers (including a crucifixion centerfold). Other “punk” interviews are a nice little Speedies chat with guitarist Greg Crewdson (writer of “Let Me Take Your Photo” who went on to actually become a professional photographer) and a very short Jeff McDonald/Redd Kross Q&A (in which he confesses to being a Ty Segall fan, which will endear him to many Termbo readers Im sure). For the moptops out there theres a piece with Peter Daltrey of Kaleidoscope/Fairfield Parlor who talks more about his book and current band than what we want to hear about – which effectively teases the book I suppose – and an interview with Paul Muggleton of The Savages, the mid-Sixties garage band from Bermuda(!) responsible for the monster cut “The World Aint Round, Its Square”, which is short but very very good for such an obscure band (as opposed to the Ugly Things approach of a three-issue spanning 30 page snoozefest dissecting what Cooper Bowman covered perfectly here in 3 pages). My favorite bit of this zine has always been the "Triple Threat" feature, which in this issue tackles the immortal Larry Wallis in a well researched piece that was a great read. Linstrum hints that hes running out of ammo for Triple Threats (Chuck Biscuits is supposedly next) so mail in some suggestions for him! The reviews section is barely existent (which I dont mind at all), focuses on books/zines/films and only reviews three actual records (including Giuda, yuck) and is pretty disposable, but thats no problem. Im of a different breed than music fans like Cory who seem to ignore the present and live in the past, but to each his own, and I still enjoy Savage Damage very much. Worth a pick up for the Larry Wallis piece alone, plus it comes with a great Stiff Records button with Lazzas image!" - Savage Damage Digest.

Artist: SAVAGE DAMAGE DIGEST
Title: #4
Format: Mag
Label: Savage Damage Digest
Country: USA
Price: $5.00
"The fourth issue of this Bay Area magazine covering everything from 60s garage & psych to 70s punk and even 80s metal. This issue features the unheard California punk of the Subtractions, CLEs the Electric Eels, a career retrospective of Chuck Biscuits, Gene Vincent, Giuda, Earthless, Beyond The Implode and much, much more... " - Savage Damage Digest.

Artist: SAVAGE DAMAGE DIGEST
Title: Issue 1, Summer 2010
Format: Mag
Label: Savage Damage Digest
Country: USA
Price: $5.00
Features on Teenage Head, Jean-Pierre Massiera, Brinsley Schwartz/Nick Lowe, Algy Ward & Tank, The Clean, Hanoi Rocks, Link Wray, Aussie sharpies, etc.. Nicely done.
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