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Old 10-09-2010, 04:49 PM   #5
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Groups them all together into several bunches of black & white sections. This is probably how they were presented in the print version, too.

I had a quick skim, and this seems like a pretty serious, decently done book. Tries to put the band's activities into historical context with whatever UK cultural/political happenings were going on at the time (Thatcher, IRA hunger strikes, et al.), and it's got some footnotes.
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