Hendrix: The Illustrated Story: by Gillian G. Gaar
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Hendrix: The Illustrated Story: by Gillian G. Gaar

Gaar has the perfect skill set to discuss the brief, brilliant career of Jimi Hendrix.

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Punk Is Dead: by Richard Cabut and Andrew Gallix
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Punk Is Dead: by Richard Cabut and Andrew Gallix

“Once we were part of punk,” Gallix writes. “Now punk is part of us.”

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How Everything Became War and the Military Became Everything: by Rosa Brooks
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How Everything Became War and the Military Became Everything: by Rosa Brooks

War is monstrous, amorphous, but Brooks doesn’t seek to condemn the military with this fascinating…

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Nick Cave: Mercy on Me: by Reinhard Kleist
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Nick Cave: Mercy on Me: by Reinhard Kleist

For fans interested in a lovingly drawn, boundlessly creative vision of Nick Cave, Mercy on…

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Love for Sale: by David Hajdu
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Love for Sale: by David Hajdu

Pop music has lost the “pop” element and become a catchall for whatever gets played…

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Lou Reed: A Life: by Anthony DeCurtis
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Lou Reed: A Life: by Anthony DeCurtis

Communist Posters: by Mary Ginsberg
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Communist Posters: by Mary Ginsberg

Scholars may well hope that, with ever-changing digital technology, we can stop to record today’s…

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Play It Loud: by Brad Tolinski and Alan Di Perna
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Play It Loud: by Brad Tolinski and Alan Di Perna

A smart, well-researched and gripping account of the most iconic instrument of the twentieth century…

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A World Without “Whom”: by Emmy J. Favilla
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A World Without “Whom”: by Emmy J. Favilla

There’s a highly useful text here about the intersection of grammar and cultural progression, but…

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What Does This Button Do?: by Bruce Dickinson
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What Does This Button Do?: by Bruce Dickinson