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Nic Bullen & Miles Ratledge

In 1980 the Birmingham Mail ran a story about the zine Nic and Miles made when they were 12 years old, Antisocial zine. This is the original photograph that was used with that story.


First Napalm Death gig

This is the poster for the first Napalm Death gig, though it was before that infamous name has been settled on, here the band were called Evasion. The gig took place at the Queen Inn in Hillfields, Coventry.


First Stenchcore Festival flyer

1st Stenchcore flyer Line up: Chaos UK Extreme Noise Napalm Death Ripcord Hell Bastard Deviated Instinct venue: Mermaid, Stratford Road, Birmngham Cost: £1.50 Promoter: Daz


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Napalm Death handwritten set list

Set list from 1983 gig at the Bluebell Hill Community Centre, Nottingham. Set list is written on both sides of one piece of paper, larger writing is Rat's, smaller writing is Nic's.


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Napalm Death gig poster – The Mermaid

Poster for 1985 gig at The Mermaid, Napalm Death supporting D.O.A and Depraved. The line up for this gig was Nic Bullen, Miles Ratledge and Justin Broadrick.


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‘Crashcourse’ zine

'Crashcourse' zine from 1981 featuring info on Napalm Death as well Miles Ratledge's tape label.


Napalm Death band photos

The photograph was taken in a pub toilet in Birmingham in 1988 whilst I was working for the Coventry Evening Telegraph music pages called 'street talk'. Myself and Chris Wilson the journalist went to Birmingham from Coventry to cover the concert, I remember very little about the gig but the photograph was taken in the toilets because it was pitch black every where else in the Pub.


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Donington ‘Monsters of Rock’ Festival Programme (1980)

Programme from the first ever Donington 'Monsters of Rock' Festival (1980) which took place on August 16. Included on the bill were: Rainbow, Scorpions, April Wine, Judas Priest, Saxon (who recorded as the semi-official live album Donnington: The Live Tracks), Riot, Touch etc.


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