Spin Alternative Record Guide

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Eric Weisbard, Craig Marks
Vintage Books, 1995 - Music - 468 pages
America's premiere alternative music magazine presents a book of outrageously opinionated reviews of the essential albums of punk, new wave, indie rock, grunge, and rap. Its abundantly illustrated, full-color pages provide in-depth and informative record reviews on the widest possible scale of alternative music. National ads/media.

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User Review  - nervenet - LibraryThing

Kind of lame. No apparant guiding principles in selection or omission of artists or pieces within catalogues. Writing isn't bad, but neither is it great at any point. Totally scattershot, incomplete, and overall not very helpful as a reference guide. Read full review

Spin alternative record guide

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So much of the popular music released these days is billed as "alternative" that it's tough to locate the mainstream without really looking. The proliferation of these alternatives notwithstanding ... Read full review


What Is Alternative Rock?
Alternative Albums 453
Index 459

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About the author (1995)

Craig Marks was the top editor for two influential music magazines, SPIN and Blender. He is the editor-in-chief of Popdust.

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