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Punk Rock is My Religion: Straight Edge Punk and Religious Identity, Francis Stewart (2017) London: Routledge, 175 pp., ISBN: 9781472489661, h/bk, £105.00

Punk Ethnography: Artists and Scholars Listen to Sublime Frequencies, Michael E. Veal and E. Tammy Kim (eds) (2016) Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 429 pp., ISBN: 9780819576538, p/bk, $27.95

Why should the Devil have all the Good Music? Larry Norman and the Perils of Christian Rock, Gregory Alan Thornbury (2018) New York: Convergent, 279 pp., ISBN: 9781101907078, h/bk, $26

Punk is Dead: Modernity Killed Every Night, Richard Cabut and Andrew Gallix (eds) (2017) Winchester: Zero Books, 318 pp., ISBN: 9781785353468, p/bk, £17.99

Mad Dogs & Englishness: Popular Music and English Identities, Lee Brooks, Mark Donnelly and Richard Mills (eds) (2017) London: Bloomsbury Academic, 220 pp., ISBN: 9781501311253, h/bk, £86.99

Document Type: Book Review

Affiliations: 1: Independent Scholar 2: University of Helsinki 3: Falmouth University

Publication date: June 1, 2018

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