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The sex revolts : gender, rebellion, and rock 'n' roll

Author: Simon Reynolds; Joy Press
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1996, ©1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Harvard University Press pbk. edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Simon Reynolds; Joy Press
ISBN: 067480273X 9780674802735
OCLC Number: 35707656
Description: xvii, 410 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Angry young men: precursors and prototypes for rock rebellion. Rebel without a cause ; Look back in anger ; Jack Kerouac ; Timothy Leary ; Ken Kesey ; Rolling Stones --
She's hit: songs of fear and loathing. Rolling Stones ; John's Children ; Garage Punk ; Led Zeppelin ; Roxy music ; Tim Rose ; Nick Cave ; River's edge --
Careers in misogyny: the stranglers and Malcolm McLaren --
Born to run: wanderlust, wilderness and the cult of speed. The Doors ; Rolling Stones ; PiL ; Gang of Four ; Morrissey ; Bob Dylan ; Bruce Springsteen ; Tom Petty ; Iggy Pop ; Lynyrd Skynyrd ; Easy Rider ; Neil Young ; Kraftwerk ; Hardcore Techno --
Brothers in arms: combat rock and other stories for boys. The Clash ; Thin Lizzy ; Manic Street Preachers ; Public Enemy ; U2 --
Flirting with the void: abjection in rock. The Stooges ; Sex Pistols ; Throbbing Gristle ; Birthday Party ; Scratch Acid ; Grindcore ; Alice in Chains ; Nirvana ; Henry Rollins ; Devo --
Wargasm: metal and machine music. Futurists ; Kraftwerk ; Techno ; Motorhead ; Iggy Pop ; Radio Birdman ; David Bowie ; Led Zeppelin ; Young Gods --
I am the king: delusions of grandeur from Jim Morrison to Gansta Rap. Jim Morrison ; Sex Pistols ; Guns N'Roses ; Nick Cave ; Lou Reed ; Jane's Addiction ; Eldridge Cleaver ; LL Cool J ; Miles Davis ; Sly Stone ; Gangsta Rap --
My way: the cult of the psychopath. The White Negro ; Jim Morrison ; Charles Manson ; Sid Vicious ; Big Black ; Slacker ; Apocalypse culture. From rebellion to grace: the psychedelic mother's boy --
Back to Eden: innocence, indolence and pastoralism. Mod ; Marc Bolan ; Incredible String Band ; The Byrds ; West Coast Psychedelia ; Van Morrison ; Pink Floyd ; Dreampop ; Rave ; Ambient House ; The Orb ; Dub Reggae ; Ultramarine --
Starsailing: cosmic rock. John Cage ; John Coltraine ; The Byrds ; Jimi Hendrix ; Tim Buckley ; Pink Floyd --
Flow motion: Can, Eno and Oceanic rock. Can ; Brian Eno ; Robert Wyatt ; Miles Davis ; A.R. Kane --
Soft boys: nostalgia, incest and Zen apathy. Jimi Hendrix ; Morrissey ; John Lennon ; Elvis ; My Bloody Valentine --
Double allegiances: the herstory of rock. One of the boys: female machisma. Patti Smith ; Chrissie Hynde ; Kate Bush ; PJ Harvey ; Suzi Quatro ; Joan Jett ; Heart ; Kim Gordon --
Open your heart: confession and catharsis from Janis Joplin to Courtney Love. Sinead O'Connor ; Suzanne Vega ; Joni Mitchell ; Liz Phair ; Lydia Lunch ; Hole ; Babes in Toyland ; Tori Amos ; Janis Joplin ; Bessie Smith --
Woman unbound: hysterics, witches and mystics. Lydia Lunch ; Diamanda Galas ; Stevie Nicks ; Kate Bush ; Siouxsie ; Sandy Denny ; Cocteau Twins --
Who's that girl?: masquerade and mastery. X-Ray Spex ; Siouxsie ; Grace Jones ; Donna Summer ; Annie Lennox ; Joan Armatrading ; Janet Jackson ; Queen Latifah ; Salt-n-Pepa ; Grace Slick ; Nico --
Un-typical girls: post-punk demystification. The Slits ; The Raincoats ; The Au Pairs ; Delta 5 ; Bush Tetras --
What a drag: post-feminism and pop. Altered Images ; Madonna ; Paris is burning. There's a riot going on: grrrls against boy-rock. Riot Grrrl ; Bikini Kill ; Huggy Bear --
Body's in trouble. Mary Margaret O'Hara ; Suzanne Vega ; Hugo Largo ; PJ Harvey ; Throwing Muses ; Babes in Toyland ; Siouxsie ; Hole ; Lunachicks --
Adventures close to home: domesticity's tender trap. Kate Bush ; Lunachicks ; Throwing Muses ; Siouxsie ; Marianne Faithfull ; The Slits --
All fluxed up: rebels against structure. Patti Smith ; Joni Mitchell ; Rickie Lee Jones ; The Raincoats ; Throwing Muses ; Mary Margaret O'Hara ; Dead Can Dance ; Bjork ; Diamanda Galas ; Yoko Ono.
Other Titles: Gender, rebellion, and rock 'n' roll
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