Punk’s 40th Anniversary continues apace with the publication of a new edition JOHN LYDON’s acclaimed first autobiography.

Originally published in 1994, Rotten: No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs was written by Lydon with Keith and Kent Zimmerman and charts his early life in North London, through years at the forefront of punk and as a figurehead of popular culture. As much social commentary as music autobiography, it’s been listed as one of Rolling Stone magazine’s top 25 music memoirs.

Published by Plexus, it’s available to order now from Amazon.

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