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From the Publisher"This touching, angry, uproarious tale sustains 238 pages because it never lets go of the notion that as one day follows another something more than a pop group's career might be at stake."
—Greil Marcus, Artforum
"Hugely enjoyable...Green's great achievement is to recapture exactly how those moments felt, but remain sufficiently detached about the whole thing to render the experience honestly. A Riot of Our Own feels real." —Mark Hagen, Mojo
"Finally...a Clash book worth its salt." —Ian Fortnam, New Musical Express