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The permanent revolution

More than 30 years after punk took the stage, its DIY influence is felt everywhere from indie rock to the blogosphere to Christie's auction house

By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / November 16, 2008

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For anyone out there with several thousand disposable dollars and a place on the mantel for the Sex Pistols' first press release - announcing the arrival of four teenagers who hate everything - this is your cultural moment. Three decades after punk exploded in a brief but potent fit of abrasion, alienation, and anarchy, the auction house Christie's is holding ... (Full article: 1288 words)

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