London: IDEA Books, 2015 Condition: New, Signed, First edition 1000 copies, Softcover
This book brings us into the London nightlife in the 80's with a hundred photographs taken inside clubs and parties. The title of the book originally came from the name the photographer gave to a folder in his hard drive, where he gathered about 650 unpublished images rule-rebelling club-goers, who didn’t quite fit into a tribal category. With his intimate yet very raw approach to photography, it’s the individuality and vulnerability of Ridgers' subjects that catches the eye and makes an impact. As Ridgers puts it:“The people in this book are less identifiable as part of a clearly defined youth cult. They are not all punks or skinheads or new romantics: these are the others."