David Wise et al: KING MOB
1st 2014 238pp Bread & Circuses trade paperback. Slight knocks to edges and corners, VG.
A critical hidden history of King Mob. The psycho-mythological legacy left behind by King Mob, nowadays often tied up with its assumed influence on Malcolm McLaren/the Pistols and Punk Rock (and via it's wider Situationist context, Factory Records and the Hacienda) far outweighs the physical imprint they left behind in the form of six glued together copies of it's often wildly and deliberately provocative publication, and the iconic graffiti left up around West London and beyond.