CRANKED UP REALLY HIGH: GENRE THEORY & PUNK ROCK by Stewart Home

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Contents

Introduction to the 2nd edition

I. JOURNALIST JIVE: A critique of previous works on PUNK ROCK.

II. BLOOD SPLATERED WITH GUITARS: A demonstration of the fact that there are no direct links between PUNK ROCK, the Sex Pistols and the Situationist International.

III. NO MORE ROCK ‘N’ ROLL: PUNK ROCK discussed as a genre and an examination of the Louie Louie debate.

IV. RELICS FROM THE PAST: British PUNK ROCK circa 1977.

V. WE NEED ANOTHER VIETNAM: American PUNK ROCK in the late seventies and the economics of bootlegging.

VI. DESCENT INTO THE MAELSTROM: British PUNK ROCK 1978 to 1980.

VII. BACK STREET KIDS: Oil and the unfolding of the Punk Rock dialectic.

VIII. HAIL HAIL ROCK ‘N’ ROLL: Skrewdriver and the degeneration of the Punk Rock dialectic

IX. SUCK MY LEFT ONE: Riot Grrrl as the penultimate transformation of Punk Rock.

X. CONCLUDING UNACADEMIC POSTSCRIPT: A literary conceit.

APPENDIX: A COSMETIC UNDERGROUND.

OF RELATED INTEREST

Chapter on Punk from ‘The Assault On Culture’

‘Academic’ paper on punk rock by Stewart Home

Interview with the Art Attacks

We Mean It Man: Punk Rock and Anti-Racism or, Death In June not mysterious (from punk ‘anti-racism’ to post-industrial ‘aesthetic’ fascism)

Home on Whitehouse (post-punk industrial ‘aesthetic’ fascism)

Music


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