This Is The Salivation Army

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'''This Is The Salivation Army''' is a [[zine]] created by [[Scott Treleaven]].
'''This Is The Salivation Army''' is a [[zine]] created by [[Scott Treleaven]].
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Since 1996 ten issues were published until its demise in 1999. During this time, the zine managed to draw attention from indie publications such as [[Factsheet Five]], [[Fanorama]] and [[Broken Pencil]]. The zine incorporated a vivid mixture of punk, goth, the occult and industrial music aesthetics. Contributors included AA Bronson, [[G.B. Jones]], [[Jason Louv]], Paul P. , [[Genesis P-Orridge]] and [[Ango Visone]].   
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Since 1996 nine issues were published until its demise in 1999. During this time, the zine managed to draw attention from indie publications such as [[Factsheet Five]], [[Fanorama]] and [[Broken Pencil]]. The zine incorporated a vivid mixture of punk, goth, the occult and industrial music aesthetics. Contributors included AA Bronson, [[G.B. Jones]], [[Jason Louv]], Paul P. , [[Genesis P-Orridge]] and [[Ango Visone]].   
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In 2002, Scott presented an overview of his zine experience in a film entitled ''The Salivation Army'' which quickly became a cult hit, playing at film festivals across North America and Europe.
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In 2002, Scott presented an overview of his zine experience in a film entitled ''The Salivation Army'' which quickly became a cult hit, playing at film festivals across North America and Europe. In 2004, 'Issue X' of the zine was released. In 2006, all the issues were gathered together and issued in book form as a compendium.
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Revision as of 09:09, 10 November 2006

This Is The Salivation Army is a zine created by Scott Treleaven.

Since 1996 nine issues were published until its demise in 1999. During this time, the zine managed to draw attention from indie publications such as Factsheet Five, Fanorama and Broken Pencil. The zine incorporated a vivid mixture of punk, goth, the occult and industrial music aesthetics. Contributors included AA Bronson, G.B. Jones, Jason Louv, Paul P. , Genesis P-Orridge and Ango Visone.

In 2002, Scott presented an overview of his zine experience in a film entitled The Salivation Army which quickly became a cult hit, playing at film festivals across North America and Europe. In 2004, 'Issue X' of the zine was released. In 2006, all the issues were gathered together and issued in book form as a compendium.

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