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Liz Worth is the author of "Eleven: Eleven." She has contributed to "ChiZine," "Clamor," "ditch," and "Punk Planet." She lives in Toronto. Gary Pig Gold is a pop musicologist and veteran of the 1977 Toronto scene. He managed the "Pig Paper," Canada's very first self-published music fanzine, and released the first single by the band Simply Saucer. He lives in Hoboken, New Jersey.


"Easily one of the best rock biographies you'll read this year." -- Montreal Mirror

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