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"A great story of a lost world. Having seen that world disappear in recent years, it was quite a treat to go on this journey. One of a time and place long gone, but not forgotten. Long before the Disneyfication of modern day Hollywood, it was a run down and left behind wasteland, dangerous, lively, unbounded and free. Where the disenfranchised outcasts, rejected children o "A great story of a lost world. Having seen that world disappear in recent years, it was quite a treat to go on this journey. One of a time and place long gone, but not forgotten. Long before the Disneyfication of modern day Hollywood, it was a run down and left behind wasteland, dangerous, lively, unbounded and free. Where the disenfranchised outcasts, rejected children of the dysfunctional working class, came to find their place, their peace of mind. Roving the tattered shadows and crooked sidewalks of the boulevard, drinking, raising Hell for Hell's sake, looking for action, music, love, inebriation, acceptance, and family, while the rest of the world droned on in mind-numbing normalcy. Adam Wilson's first-hand account of life as a punk in the streets of Los Angeles, the gangs that stuck together for unity, solidarity, and what little they had to fight for, is a powerful and unsung testimonial, well worth reading. Learn what LA was really made of. Read his all telling tale, an honest and open account of a time and place, not likely to ever see the light of day again." Christiaan Angelo Pasquale


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"A great story of a lost world. Having seen that world disappear in recent years, it was quite a treat to go on this journey. One of a time and place long gone, but not forgotten. Long before the Disneyfication of modern day Hollywood, it was a run down and left behind wasteland, dangerous, lively, unbounded and free. Where the disenfranchised outcasts, rejected children o "A great story of a lost world. Having seen that world disappear in recent years, it was quite a treat to go on this journey. One of a time and place long gone, but not forgotten. Long before the Disneyfication of modern day Hollywood, it was a run down and left behind wasteland, dangerous, lively, unbounded and free. Where the disenfranchised outcasts, rejected children of the dysfunctional working class, came to find their place, their peace of mind. Roving the tattered shadows and crooked sidewalks of the boulevard, drinking, raising Hell for Hell's sake, looking for action, music, love, inebriation, acceptance, and family, while the rest of the world droned on in mind-numbing normalcy. Adam Wilson's first-hand account of life as a punk in the streets of Los Angeles, the gangs that stuck together for unity, solidarity, and what little they had to fight for, is a powerful and unsung testimonial, well worth reading. Learn what LA was really made of. Read his all telling tale, an honest and open account of a time and place, not likely to ever see the light of day again." Christiaan Angelo Pasquale

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