Rush Rock Music And The Middle Class

Author: Chris McDonald
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 0253221498
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Canadian progressive rock band Rush was the voice of the suburban middle class. In this book, Chris McDonald assesses the band's impact on popular music and its legacy for legions of fans.

Green Day

Author: Olivia Roig
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The pop punk band Green Day is a surprisingly interesting source for a discussion of class.

Rush And Philosophy

Author: Jim Berti
Publisher: Open Court
ISBN: 0812697294
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much of Rush's music “made common middle-class values such as self-reliance,
social mobility, and the Protestant work ethic seem Romantic, exciting, and
urgent.”8 Rush Grooves At the same time, it's not quite enough to argue that
Rush presents a baseline of the “simple” background of rock music to evoke
convention, and then resists that background by employing “complex” and “
individual” musical features to contradict it. Instead, there's often a synthesis of
opposites at play, ...

Suburban Century

Author: Mark Clapson
Publisher: Berg Publishers
ISBN: 9781859736432
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Later American - and also Canadian - rock songs also adopted the anti-suburban
riff, for example 'Out of Vogue' (1978) by The Middle Class, and 'Subdivisions' (
1982) by the Canadian rock band Rush.44 English popular music of the 1960s
produced a number of entertaining and catchy songs about suburbia. The Bonzo
Dog Band, for example, lampooned excessive privatism and territorialism in 'My
Pink Half of the Drainpipe' 45 But anti-suburbanism really came of age in punk
rock ...

Lost And Sound

Author: Tobias Rapp
Publisher: Suhrkamp Verlag
ISBN: 3518733958
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Tobias Rapp, selbst DJ und ein intimer Kenner der Szene, porträtiert die faszinierendste, exzessivste und insgeheim einflußreichste Hauptstadtkultur und ihre Protagonisten: Tänzer und DJs, Musikproduzenten und Stadtplaner.

Rockin Garages

Author: Tom Cotter
Publisher: Motorbooks
ISBN: 1610586875
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achel Bolan, founder and bass guitarist for the group “In the 1950s, rockabilly
music was played between stock car Skid Row, perhaps said it best when asked
why so many rock-and-roll musicians are gearheads: “I think it's the same
reckless-abandon mentality.There are so ... Bolan gets the same adrenaline rush
from both activities. ... “Of course, when you are an outlaw and own a motor
vehicle— what has become a status symbol for the middle class—what do you
want to do with it?

Rock On

Author: Dan Kennedy
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1407013378
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How I Tried to Stop Caring about Music and Learn to Love Corporate Rock Dan
Kennedy ... You look into these dioramas of offices and see the people who've
been here who knows how long—separated offin a world that seems so far away
from the day-today goings on of the middle class. And the older ... The guy who
had something to do with discovering the band Rush twenty-five years ago
apparently decided that very day that he would never change his hairstyle. The
way a kid ...

Mansfield Park

Author: Jane Austen
ISBN: 3955011755
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Mansfield Park ist ein Roman der englischen Schriftstellerin Jane Austen, der zwischen Februar 1811 und Sommer 1813 geschrieben und im Mai 1814 veröffentlicht wurde.

The Music S All That Matters

Author: Paul Stump
Publisher: Quartet Books Limited
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Additionally, they also retained enough working- class machismo to allow Heavy
Metal practitioners to hold their heads up in rock's abrasive, urbanized post-Punk
aesthetic, depriving Progressive of its middle-class and lower-middle-class fans,
... Canadian trio Rush specialized in clunking riffs and bludgeoning bass, but
their repertoire also included elaborately constructed suite-like compositions
such as the twenty-five-minute 'Cygnus X-l ', whose variation of mood, timbre and
metre ...

Girl In A Band

Author: Kim Gordon
Publisher: Kiepenheuer & Witsch
ISBN: 346230917X
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Kim Gordon, Indie-Ikone, Bassistin und Sängerin der legendären Sonic Youth, über ein Leben für die Kunst Sonic Youth war eine der einflussreichsten Alternative-Bands der 1980er- und 1990er-Jahre und Kim Gordon ihr heimlicher Star.