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Drawing from Argentine Punk Zine

Federico Gomez sent me this scan of a silly punk drawing from the 80s Argentine zine Sick Boy. Here's what he said about it: "I thought it may interest you since one of the bands written on the leather jacket of the baby punk taking a shit happens to be Anti-Cimex! Perhaps there was a short time in which Swedish/Finnish bands had some kind of influence on Argentine punks (probably via Brazil, as Helmostro Punk writes in the booklet of “Invasion 88”--he also used to review Brazillian punk records in various Argentine left-wing magazines, and that’s how I first found out about them). Even in the early 90s there were still records imported from Brazil to be found in Buenos Aires, like the Brazilian pressing of Terveet Kädet 'Black God' and RDP records I bought when I visited the country in 1992), but the Argentine punk scene seemed to radically change around 1991-92, with an overexposure of NYHC and mostly with the burgeoning of the 'Ramonero' subculture and the success of Attaque 77."

Sick Boy drawing

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