Ink Disease

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'''Ink Disease''' was a punk zine by Thomas Siegal.  
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'''Ink Disease''' was a punk zine from Los Angeles. California. U.S.A.  
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''Ink Disease'' was published in the early 1980s. At least 13 issues were released.
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Started by Rachel Siegel, Antonio Lopez and Ivan Morley, Ink Disease was published for most of its existence by Thomas Siegel and Steve Alper. ''Ink Disease'' was published in the early 1980s and into the 1990s.
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Other contributors to ''Ink Disease'' included Antonio, Brian, Joe Henderson, and Chris Houston.  
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Other contributors to ''Ink Disease'' included Antonio, Brian, Joe Henderson, Chris Houston, and Brady Rifkin, among others.  
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Featured were interviews with musicians such as Ian MacKaye, from Minor Threat (#10), Agnostic Front (#10), To Damascus, with Sylvia Juncosa (#13), Big Black, with [[Steve Albini]], and Saccharine Trust, among others.  
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Featured were interviews with musicians such as Ian MacKaye, from Minor Threat (#10), To Damascus, with Sylvia Juncosa (#13), Big Black, with [[Steve Albini]], Agnostic Front, Dead Milkmen, Saccharine Trust, SNFU,  among others.  
Editor Thomas Siegal was interviewed for the zine [[Punk Research]].
Editor Thomas Siegal was interviewed for the zine [[Punk Research]].
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Revision as of 21:49, 25 November 2012

Ink Disease was a punk zine from Los Angeles. California. U.S.A.

Started by Rachel Siegel, Antonio Lopez and Ivan Morley, Ink Disease was published for most of its existence by Thomas Siegel and Steve Alper. Ink Disease was published in the early 1980s and into the 1990s.

Other contributors to Ink Disease included Antonio, Brian, Joe Henderson, Chris Houston, and Brady Rifkin, among others.

Featured were interviews with musicians such as Ian MacKaye, from Minor Threat (#10), To Damascus, with Sylvia Juncosa (#13), Big Black, with Steve Albini, Agnostic Front, Dead Milkmen, Saccharine Trust, SNFU, among others.

Editor Thomas Siegal was interviewed for the zine Punk Research.

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