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Bring the Noise. 9780571232079

Bring the Noise

Faber and Faber. 2007

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  • EAN: 9780571232079
  • ISBN: 978-0-571-23207-9
  • Editorial: Faber and Faber
  • Fecha de edición: 2007
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Dimensiones: 15x23
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Nº páginas: 430

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From Morrissey and Nick Cave to The Streets and Kanye West, this is the book that explores the links between hip-hop and rock. Reynolds has focused on two strands: white alternative rock and black street music. He's identified the strange dance of white bohemian rock and black culture, how they come together at various points and then go their own way.

Through interviews he has carried out as a top music journalist for the last twenty years, Reynolds is here able to tell a story of musical rivalry which noone has told before. The approach is similar to "Rip It Up and Start Again": a cultural history told through the music we love and the stars and movements that have shaped the world we live in.

CONTENIDO:

Introduction
Author's Note

What's Missing? The State of Pop (1985)
The Redskins, live (1985)
Zapp, live (1986)
Younger than yesterday: Indie-pop's cult of innocence (1986)
Nasty Boys: Rap (1986)
Beat Happening: Beat happening (1986)
Backs to the future: The folk and country resurgence in alternative rock (1986)
Hip hop and House singles reviews (1987)
Husker Du: Warehouse: Songs and stories (1987)
Mantronix, interview (1987)
The Smiths: A Eulogy (1987)
Public enemy, interview (1987)
LL Cool J, interview (1987)
Dinosaur Jr, interview (1987)
The Red Hot Chili Peppers, live (1988)
Morrisey, interview (1988)
The Pixies, interview (1988)
Living Colour, interview (1988)
Various Artist: Sub Pop 200 (1989)
The Stone Roses, interview (1989)
The Caring Colonialists: A Critique of "World Music" (1989)
Positivity: De La Soul, Soul II Soul, Deee-lite and New Age House (1990)
Rap's Reformation: Gangsta Rap versus Conscious Rap (1990)
Madchester versus Dreampop: Happy Mondays and Ride (1990)
Manic Street Preachers, interview (1991)
Pavement, live (1991)
Nirvana, live (1991)
N-Joi/K-Klass/Bassheads/M-People, live (1991)
RRRRRRush!: Hardcore Rave and London Pirate Radio (1992)
Wasted Youth: Grunge and the Return of "Heavy" (1992)
Welcome to the Jungle? (1993)
Let the boys be boys: Onyx interview/Gangsta Rap as Oi! (1993)
State of Interdependence: Britain, American, and the "special relationship" in Pop music (1993)
MTV: The revolution will not be televised (1993)
PJ Harvey, interview (1993)
It's a Dogg's Life: Dr Dre and Snoop Doggy Dogg (1993)
Against the Grain: Thinking about the voice in pop (1993)
Pearl Jam vs Nirvana (1993)
The Beastie Boys, interview (1994)
Post-Rock (1994)
Swingbeat and the New R&B (1994)
Ragga (1994)
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, live (1995)
Blur vs Oasis (1995)
Pulp: Different Class (1995)
R&B: The Sound of 1997 (1997)
Roni Size/Reprazent: New Forms (1997)
Feminine Pressure: 2-Step and UK Garage (1999)
King and Queen of the Beats: Timbaland and Missy Elliott (1999)
Hate me now: Puff Daddy and the player hater syndrome (1999)
For the love of money: Lil Wayne, Cash Money and New Orleans Rap (1999)
Street Rap (1999)
We are family: The rise of the rap clan and the hip hop dynasty (2000)
Roots'n'future: the dissappearing voice of reggae (2000)
Euro: Trance music and the people-pleasing power of "cheese" (2000)
Miles Davis: Live-Evil/Black beauty/In concert/Dark Magus (1997)
Pure fusion: Multiculture versus monoculture (2000)
Radiohead versus Brit-rock/Thom Yorke, interview (2000/2001)
2-Step and R&B critiqued (2000)
Faves of 2000: Dancehall (2000)
Historia Electronica: The Case for Electronic Dance Music Culture (2001)
B-Boys on E: Hip hop discovers Ecstasy (2001)
So solid crew: They don't know (2002)
The Streets: Original pirate material (2002)
Who says the british can't rap? The UK's new wave of MCs confront American Hip Hop Isolationism (2002)
Rave-Punk: The genre soon-to-be-known-as-grime emerges (2002)
Rap videos and the "One white dude" (2003)
Dizzee Rascal: Boy in Da Corner (2003)
Kanye West (2004)
Lil Jon & The Eastside Boyz: Crunk Juice (2005)
Mother nature's sons: Animal Collective and Ariel Pink (2005)
Against All Odds: 2005, Grime's make-or-break year (2005)
2005: The year black pop and white pop stopped talking (2006)
Arctic Monkeys: Whatever people say I am, That's I'm not (2006)
Green-Eyed Soul: Hot Chip and Scritti Politti (2006)

Bring the noise: a listening list
Acknowledgements
Index



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