The Germs, circa 1978
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The Germs, circa 1978

The Germs: Darby Crash, photo by Jenny Lens, February 1978

The Germs: Darby Crash, photo by Jenny Lens, February 1978

RIP Darby Crash, (September 26, 1958-December 7, 1980)
photo credit: The Germs last show, photo by Glen E. Friedman December 1980

RIP Darby Crash, (September 26, 1958-December 7, 1980)

zombiesenelghetto:

The Germs: Darby Crash, photo by Glen E. Friedman, The Starwood, Hollywood California, 1980

zombiesenelghetto:

The Germs: Darby Crash, photo by Glen E. Friedman, The Starwood, Hollywood California, 1980

cycotropics:

Dottie Danger, Lorna Doom, and Darby Crash. On the set of The Ramones’ Rock ‘n’ Roll High School; Circa 1979.

cycotropics:

Dottie Danger, Lorna Doom, and Darby Crash. On the set of The Ramones’ Rock ‘n’ Roll High School; Circa 1979.

(Source: newspeaker, via ratscabies)

Germs: Darby Crash, polaroid by Jim Jocoy from the “We’re Desperate” series, 1978
Germs: Darby Crash, photo by Jenny Lens, The Masque, 1977

Germs: Darby Crash, photo by Jenny LensThe Masque, 1977

Germs: Darby Crash, Slash Magazine #9, April 1978
via Someday All The Adults Will Die: Punk Graphics 1971-1984
Germs: Lexicon Devil ad Slash Magazine, giveaway issue, 1978

GermsLexicon Devil ad Slash Magazine, giveaway issue, 1978

Germs: Darby Crash, Hong Kong Cafe 1979

Germs: Darby Crash, Hong Kong Cafe 1979

The Germs, G.I. album advertising, 1979

The Germs, G.I. album advertising, 1979

The Germs: Darby Crash, photo by Glen E. Friedman, The Starwood, Hollywood California, 1980

The Germs: Darby Crash, photo by Glen E. Friedman, The Starwood, Hollywood California, 1980

The Germs, from Flipside Magazine calendar, 1979

The Germs, from Flipside Magazine calendar, 1979

suicidewatch:

Darby Crash

suicidewatch:

Darby Crash

The Germs first 7” single Forming, regarded as the first true west coast punk record, What Records?, 1977
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The Germs first 7” single Formingregarded as the first true west coast punk record, What Records?, 1977