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Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's

Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's

The Sex Pistols

  • Author: Clinton Heylin
  • Publisher: Schirmer Trade Books
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 167
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Discusses the making of the Sex Pistol's first album which introduced punk rock music

Never Mind the Bollocks

Never Mind the Bollocks

Women Rewrite Rock

  • Author: Amy Raphael
  • Publisher: Virago Press
  • ISBN: 9781853818875
  • Category: Feminism and music
  • Page: 234
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Often marginalized and misrepresented, female musicians in this book are given the chance to talk about what's important to them, from sex to schizophrenia, guitars to groupies, childhood to cats. Amy Raphael has frank conversations with 13 established musicians and wannabes. The musicians include: Sonya Aurora-Madan (Echobelly); GinaBirch (The Raincoats); Bjork; Kim Deal (The Breeders); Tanya Donelly (Belly); Ellyot Dragon (Sister George, UK Queercore); Justine Frischmann (Elastica); Kim Gordon (Sonic Youth);Kristen Hersh; Pam Hogg (Doll); Courtney Love (Hole); HuggyBear and Liz Phair.

Never Mind the Bollocks

Never Mind the Bollocks

(Guitar Tab)

  • Author: Sex Pistols
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9780571537136
  • Category:
  • Page: 72
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This is the guitar album songbook to accompany the iconic album Never Mind The Bollocks from seventies punk rockers The Sex Pistols. Featuring all the tracks from the album arranged in guitar tablature format and including the iconic singles God Save The Queen, Anarchy In The UK and Pretty Vacant.

Never Mind the Bullocks

Never Mind the Bullocks

One Girl's 10,000 km Adventure around India in the Worlds Cheapest Car

  • Author: Vanessa Able
  • Publisher: Hachette UK
  • ISBN: 1857889282
  • Category: Travel
  • Page: 288
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**A Scotsman Non-Fiction Book of the Year** Vanessa Able wanted a truly independent Indian adventure, but nothing prepared her for the noise, chaos and terror of driving 10,000 km around the subcontinent or for finding the love of her life. Behind the wheel of a yellow Tata Nano (the world s cheapest car), Vanessa steers the reader through a hilarious, high-octane adventure. Taking any help she can get from loopy spiritual gurus to professional driving instructors, and even a divine insurance policy she drives her way around an alien road network through India s white-knuckle traffic where vehicle size, full-beam lights and roads that simply disappear seem to trump all common sense. Narrowly escaping death by truck, she learns the real rules of the road, the vehicle pecking order, what to do when the SH11T hits the fan and to appreciate the true kings of the dusty tarmac: the bullocks. En route, she falls hopelessly in love with a mathematician named Thor who might be, ironically, the worst driver she s ever met. Their romance does not start promisingly the first rendezvous is interrupted by that universal passion-killer, Delhi belly but will they survive unexpected sheep-jams, a car full of elephant slime, and the endless cacophony of horns?

Never Mind the Bullocks, Here's the Science

Never Mind the Bullocks, Here's the Science

  • Author: Karl Kruszelnicki
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Australia
  • ISBN: 0730400859
  • Category: Science
  • Page: 256
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More whacky, fun facts with everyone's favourite scientist Dr Karl has taken on Santa Claus, atom bombs, 'friendly' dolphins and 'killer' whales, meteors, black holes, string theory and camel's humps. In his 27 mega-selling books, he demolishes myths, tells readers how to spot bogus science and advises readers to be wise, sceptical and to always challenge authority. In his 28th book he continues his crusade to keep the world a rational place by answering vital questions like 'Are white cats deaf?' and 'Will lemon juice make you slimmer?'

Never Mind the Bullocks

Never Mind the Bullocks

A Twenty-First Century Exploration of the Torah for Bar-/bat-mitzvah Students

  • Author: Pete Tobias
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781438925295
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 168
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'Never Mind the Bullocks' is a book that works on several levels. It centres on a group of twelve year-old children at a Jewish summer camp who are obliged to give up their free time to prepare for their bar- or bat-mitzvah ceremonies. Their teacher, who is also the author, is an English rabbi who offers them an alternative way of looking at the Torah, the first Five Books of Moses, encouraging the students - and all readers - to reconsider the possible authorship of this document and its authors' intentions. Each of the eleven lessons, is preceded by a mysterious encounter in the form of an imaginary dialogue between the author and the prophet Isaiah, whose historical insights and prophetic wisdom help the reader to question and challenge the traditional view of the origins of Judaism's sacred text and to gain an insight into the historical, social and theological background from which the Torah emerged. In the book, the children ask the questions that, perhaps, everyone has wanted to ask about traditional religious texts and their associated practices. The 'bullocks' of the title are a specific reference to the biblical practice of animal sacrifice, but are also a general metaphor for any religious text or practice that appears to mask the prophetic and divine demand for goodness and justice. The approach to these texts and practices is challenging, encouraging readers of any persuasion to look at the basis of their religious tradition and seek ways to apply it to the modern world. 'Never Mind the Bullocks' is a bar-/bat-mitzvah course, a provocative discourse on the origins of religion and religious texts and a light-hearted tale of a group of twelve year-olds learning about their heritage in an unconventional way that provides food for thought for all ages.

Cultures and Politics of Global Communication: Volume 34, Review of International Studies

Cultures and Politics of Global Communication: Volume 34, Review of International Studies

  • Author: Costas M. Constantinou,Oliver P. Richmond,Alison Watson
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • ISBN: 9780521727112
  • Category: Business & Economics
  • Page: 234
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This special issue focuses on how International Relations communicates with the world.