"For anyone interested in the power of independent music, this is an overdue insight into a vibrant, homegrown scene." -- MOJO
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This book is an excellent overview of the DC Metro Area punk movement in the early years. I was pleased to see so many of the original local bands included. Read morePublished 7 months ago by ZapJ
This is a cool book, but I bought it for info on Ulysses, Slant 6 and Circus Lupus and was very disappointed. Read morePublished on January 31, 2013 by fallfandan
This books is crucial for fans of the DC scene and all of the people and bands involved with Dischord Records. Read morePublished on January 9, 2012 by Chris Francz
DANCE OF DAYS: TWO DECADES OF PUNK IN THE NATION'S CAPITAL offers a compelling account of the culture and nature of punk rock, with a narrowed focus on Washington, D.C. Read morePublished on April 19, 2010 by Midwest Book Review
A solid, if initially a bit monotonous in its narrative, account of punk in Washington DC
The book almost starts by offering straight away a nitty gritty linear... Read more
Dance Of Days is a decent enough book. It tells stories well and covers as much as it can through the political activist-colored glasses of the author, Mark Andersen. Read morePublished on August 26, 2008 by Emerson Shiff
I moved to DC because of the music, plain and simple. And this is a wonderful reminder of how great it was to be in a community of incredible creative people who were also... Read morePublished on June 20, 2008 by Chen
I give it two stars for a great concept but I have a few issues with it since it is suppose to be non-fiction. Read morePublished on April 22, 2008 by K. Clifford
It's a great book but you aren't into the bands and curious about the scene at that time then you will probably be pretty bored.Published on November 15, 2006 by R. Ballantyne