Detroit rock city [electronic resource] : the uncensored history of rock 'n' roll in America's loudest city / Steve Miller.
- ISBN: 9780306821844 (electronic bk.)
- ISBN: 0306821842 (electronic bk.)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (pages cm.)
- Edition: 1st Da Capo Press ed.
- Publisher: Boston : Da Capo Press, 2013.
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Black sheep (1965-1972). Respect ; Playground of noise ; "You can't be a leader on LSD" ; "Mitch Ryder, eat shit" ; "I'm no statesman, I'm no general" ; "They didn't call them the Stooges for nothing" ; Riots in the Motor City ; Here's new pretties for you ; America's only rock 'n roll magazine ; "What happens in Detroit, stays in Detroit" ; In Detroit, Woodstock was the weak shit ; Fist fights and gang rapes ; Drugs hate you -- Gimmie some action (1973-1981). New York : "none of these people have seen shit" ; Stranglehold ; Mongrel ; Creem : 'they're no good since Lester Bangs left" ; You're gonna die ; Sweet nothin' ; Nothin' to do in Detroit ; The voice box and first in line ; No hands clapping ; "You're not punk rock" -- The big three killed my baby (1981-2000). Vengeance ; Face forward ; Punk rock sucks ; Don Kirshner of Detroit ; Mutiny in hardcore ; You just can't win ; Cool American ; MC5. Are they from Detroit? Fresh blood and garage innocence ; "Warm beer and bestiality go together" ; I'm hell ; On the corner ; The same boy you've always known ; "It was raining faggots on me" ; Devil with a cause ; Aspiring and achieving lowly dreams.
The definitive account of rock in the city that has produced louder, prouder, more in-your-face rock than anywhere else on Earth
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