Franklin

Bring the noise : 20 years of writing about hip rock and hip-hop / Simon Reynolds.

Author/Creator:
Reynolds, Simon, 1963-
Publication:
London : Faber and Faber, 2007.
Format/Description:
Book
xiv, 428 p. ; 24 cm.
Subjects:
Rock music -- History and criticism.
Rap (music) -- History and criticism.
Contents:
What's missing? The state of pop
The Redskins, live
Zapp, live
Younger than yesterday: Indie-pop's cult of innocence
Nasty Boys: rap
Beat happening: "Beat happening"
Backs to the future: The folk and country resurgence in alternative rock
Hip hop and house singles reviews
Husker Du: "Warehouse: songs and stories"
Mantronix, interview
The Smiths: A eulogy
Public Enemy, interview
LL Cool J, interview
Dinosaur Jr, interview
The Red Hot Chili Peppers, live
Morrissey, interview
The Pixies, interview
Living Colour, interview
Various artists: Sub Pop 200
The Stone Roses, interview
The Caring Colonialists: A critique of 'World Music'
Positivity: De La Soul, Soul II Soul, Deee-lite and New Age House
Rap's reformation: Gansta Rap versus Conscious Rap
Madchester versus Dreampop: Happy Mondays and Ride
Manic Street Preachers, interview
Pavement, live
Nirvana, live
N-Joi/K-Klass/Bassheads/M-People, live
RRRRRRush!: Hardcore rave and London pirate radio
Wasted Youth: grunge and the Return of 'Heavy'
Welcome to the Jungle
Let the Boys be Boys: Onyx interview/Gangsta rap is Oi! (1993)
State of Interdependence: Britain, America, and the 'special relationship' in pop music
MTV: The revolution will not be televised
PJ Harvey, interview
It's a Dogg's Life: Dr Dre and Snoop Doggy Dog
Against the grain: Thinking about the voice in pop
Pearl Jam vs Nirvana
The Beastie Boys, interview
Post-Rock
Swingbeat and the new R&B
Ragga
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, live
Blur versus Oasis
Pulp: different class
R&B: The sound of 1997
Roni Size/Reprazent: New forms
Feminine pressure: 2-Step and UK Garage
King and Queen of the Beats: Timbaland and Missy Elliott
Hate me now: Puff Daddy and the player hater syndrome
For the love of money: Lil Wayne, Cash Money and New Orleans rap
Street rap
We are family: The rise of the rap clan and the hip hop dynasty
Roots 'n' Future: The disappearing voice of reggae
Euro: Trance music and the people-pleasing power of 'Cheese'
Miles Davis: Live-Evil/Black Beauty/In Concert/Dark Magus
Pure fusion: Multiculture versus monoculture
Radiohead versus Brit-rock/Thom Yorke, interview
2-Step and R&B critiqued
Faves of 2000: Dancehall
Historia electronica: The case for electronic dance music culture
B-Boys on E: Hip hop discovers Ecstasy
So Solid Crew: They don't know
The Streets: Original Pirate material
Who says the British can't rap? The UK's new wave of MCs confront American hip hop isolationism
Rave-Punk: The genre soon-to-be-known-as grime emerges
Rap videos and the 'One White Dude'
Dizzee Rascal: Boy in Da Corner
Kanye West
Lil Jon & The Eastside Boyz: Crunk Juice
Mother Nature's Sons: Animal Collective and Ariel Pink
Against all odds: 2005, grime's make-or-break year
2005: The year black pop and white pop stopped talking
Arctic Monkeys: Whatever people say I am, that's what I'm not
Green-Eyed soul: Hot Chip and Scritti Politti.
ISBN:
9780571232079 (pbk.)
0571232078 (pbk.)
OCLC:
86167529
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