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[[Image:5103718771.jpg|150px|thumb|right| Bondage No.1 <br/> 1976]]
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[[Image:5103718771.jpg|200px|thumb|right| Bondage No.1 <br/> 1976]]
[[Image:Shane macgowan.jpg|200px|thumb|right| Eighteen year-old MacGowan in his office in London, 1976]]
[[Image:Shane macgowan.jpg|200px|thumb|right| Eighteen year-old MacGowan in his office in London, 1976]]
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'''Bondage No.1''' was a punk fanzine by Shane MacGowan, published December 1976.
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'''Bondage No.1''' was a [[punk]] [[fanzine]] by Shane MacGowan, published December 1976.
Now an "artifact from the earliest days of UK punk" the fanzine was created and hand-written by Shane in London, after he was inspired by watching the Sex Pistols play live. He went on to form the band ''The Nipple Erectors'', later known as ''The Nips'', ''Pogue Mahone'' or ''The Pogues''.
Now an "artifact from the earliest days of UK punk" the fanzine was created and hand-written by Shane in London, after he was inspired by watching the Sex Pistols play live. He went on to form the band ''The Nipple Erectors'', later known as ''The Nips'', ''Pogue Mahone'' or ''The Pogues''.
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The publication is an A4 size. It is printed on six one-side pages.
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The publication presented articles, concert reviews and subjective statements about The Sex Pistols, The Jam, Eater, Generation X (Chelsea).
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The leading article (page 2): ''IT'S 1976 OK AN YOU STILL CAN'T SAY FUCK ON TV''
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The publication is an A4 size. It is xeroxed on six one-side pages and stapled in the upper left corner.
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<blockquote>''This whole thing was put together etc. etc. with the help of a box of safety pins. All the photos are ripped out of other mags. Sorry it's all hand-written but I haven't got a typewriter. Anyway, anybody who uses a typewriter is a GIRL. I don't like fanzines anyway, they're boring and unconstructive, but it's better than reading The Sun... The Adress is (...) Ain't I fuckin smart. When do I get to do "8 Days A Week"?'' Credit note (page 6)</blockquote>
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The fanzine is part of the MomA collection.
==External links==
==External links==
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Scans of all six pages at The Nips Press Archive[http://pages.cs.wisc.edu/~mroman/articles/Bondage1.html]
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Scans of all six pages and the complete text at The Nips Press Archive [http://pages.cs.wisc.edu/~mroman/articles/Bondage1.html]
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Bondage No.1  1976
Bondage No.1
1976
Eighteen year-old MacGowan in his office in London, 1976
Eighteen year-old MacGowan in his office in London, 1976

Bondage No.1 was a punk fanzine by Shane MacGowan, published December 1976.

Now an "artifact from the earliest days of UK punk" the fanzine was created and hand-written by Shane in London, after he was inspired by watching the Sex Pistols play live. He went on to form the band The Nipple Erectors, later known as The Nips, Pogue Mahone or The Pogues.

The publication presented articles, concert reviews and subjective statements about The Sex Pistols, The Jam, Eater, Generation X (Chelsea).

The leading article (page 2): IT'S 1976 OK AN YOU STILL CAN'T SAY FUCK ON TV

The publication is an A4 size. It is xeroxed on six one-side pages and stapled in the upper left corner.

This whole thing was put together etc. etc. with the help of a box of safety pins. All the photos are ripped out of other mags. Sorry it's all hand-written but I haven't got a typewriter. Anyway, anybody who uses a typewriter is a GIRL. I don't like fanzines anyway, they're boring and unconstructive, but it's better than reading The Sun... The Adress is (...) Ain't I fuckin smart. When do I get to do "8 Days A Week"? Credit note (page 6)

The fanzine is part of the MomA collection.

External links

Scans of all six pages and the complete text at The Nips Press Archive [1]

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