A guide to the cutting-edge of musical experimentation. Taking as its starting point the Sex Pistols' punk/new wave revolution of 1976-77, it winds its way through the early-80s post-punk gloom of Joy Division, The Smiths, the hedonism of The Stone Roses and the Happy Mondays, and on to Nirvana....
|Title||:||The Great Alternative & Indie Discography|
|Number of Pages||:||726 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Great Alternative & Indie Discography Reviews
22 issues of select+ 19 issues of vox+ 5 vhs bits culled from the wedge+ 31 cassettes with stops and starts of songs cut off, not one made it intact+ 2 bis badges+ 1 picture of [email protected] pasted on a locker+ 3 middling attempts at getting into post-rock+ 3 slight returns to britpop+ 2 ircs for 1 newsletter+ 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 years+ 6 volume compilations+ 64 slices of american cheese/240
When I started being a record collector, this was my favorite reference. I forgot I had it until recently. It is very comprehensive.