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Product Description: Hardcore, Punk, and Other Junk: Aggressive Sounds in Contemporary Music, edited by Eric James Abbey and Colin Helb, is a collection of writings on music that is considered aggressive throughout the world. From local underground bands in Detroit, Michigan to bands in Puerto Rico or across Europe, this book demonstrates the importance of aggressive music in our society...read more
By Eric James Abbey (editor) and Colin Helb (editor)

Hardcover:

9780739176054 | Lexington Books, March 25, 2014, cover price $80.00 | About this edition: Hardcore, Punk, and Other Junk: Aggressive Sounds in Contemporary Music, edited by Eric James Abbey and Colin Helb, is a collection of writings on music that is considered aggressive throughout the world.

Paperback:

9781498532310 | Reprint edition (Lexington Books, December 15, 2015), cover price $39.99 | About this edition: Hardcore, Punk, and Other Junk: Aggressive Sounds in Contemporary Music, edited by Eric James Abbey and Colin Helb, is a collection of writings on music that is considered aggressive throughout the world.

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'This study explores garage rock as it evolved alongside mainstream music and examines how it reflects notions of self through the assertion of individuality and rebellion. Section one examines the creation of the scene, the importance of relationships to the past and the appearance used throughout. Section two analyzes the alliances and relationships to society'--Provided by publisher.

Paperback:

9780786425648 | McFarland & Co Inc Pub, May 30, 2006, cover price $35.00 | About this edition: 'This study explores garage rock as it evolved alongside mainstream music and examines how it reflects notions of self through the assertion of individuality and rebellion.

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