The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Rock History: The video generation, 1981-1990

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Greenwood Press, 2006 - Popular music - 258 pages
Chronicles the period in rock music often called the "video age," discussing early video pop stars, punk and underground artists, new wave, heavy metal and glam-metal, women rockers, rap, humanitarian efforts, and rock music in movies. Also provides a chronology, an A-Z guide to the period, and lists of top-selling recordings, important albums, and further resources, including print works, Web sites, films, and museum collections.

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This six-volume encyclopedia by academics Scrivani-Tidd (music, SUNY at Fredonia) and Janosik (dean, Lancaster campus, Ohio Univ.) and music journalists Gulla, Smith, and Markowitz covers the gamut of ... Read full review

Contents

Defining a New Era in Rock n Roll
1
WorkingClass Heroes
33
Punk Underground and Alternative Artists
49
Copyright

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