Microphone fiends : youth music & youth culture / edited by Andrew Ross & Tricia Rose.
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|Stan Getz Library||ML3795 .M5 1994||37684000473536||Library Stacks||Copy hold / Volume hold||Available||-|
- ISBN: 0415909082 (PB)
- ISBN: 0415909074 (HB)
- Physical Description: ix, 276 p. ; 23 cm.
- Publisher: New York : Routledge, 1994.
Essays and interviews.
The essays originated in a conference held at Princeton University, Nov. 1992, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the American Studies Program.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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We know what time it is : race, class and youth culture in the nineties / George Lipsitz -- Same as it ever was : youth culture and music / Susan McClary -- Is anybody listening? Does anybody care? : on talking about t̀he state of rock' / Lawrence Grossberg -- Excerpt from Altered spade : readings in race-mutation theory / Greg Tate -- A style nobody can deal with : politics, style and the postindustrial city in hip hop / Tricia Rose -- Puerto Rican and proud, boyee! : rap roots and anmesia / Juan Flores -- The state of rap : time and place in hip hop nationalism / Jeffrey Louis Decker -- Contracting rap : an interview with Carmen Ashhurst-Watson / Tricia Rose -- In the empire of the beat : discipline and disco / Walter Hughes -- Hello / Lady Kier Kirby -- Not a mutant turtle / Willi Ninja -- Nobody wants a part-time mother : an interview with Willi Ninja / Tricia Rose -- Moral panic, the media and British rave culture / Sarah Thornton -- The funkification of Rio / George Yudice -- Rah, rah, sis-boom-bah : the secret ralationship between college rock and the communist party / Robert Christgau -- Border crossing in the U.S.A. / Donna Gaines -- Highbrow, lowbrow, voodoo aesthetics / Robert Walser -- Smells like teen spirit : riot grrrls, revolution and women in independent rock / Joanne Gottlieb, Gayle Wald.
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