This item this aint the summer of love conflict and crossover in heavy metal and punk by steve waksman paperback 3495 only 4 left in stock more on the way ships from and sold by amazoncom. This aint the summer of love traces this connection back to the early 1970s when metal first asserted its identity and punk arose independently as an ideal about what rock should be and could become and upends established interpretations of metal and punk and their place in rock history. This aint the summer of love conflict and crossover in heavy metal and punk by waksman steve available in trade paperback on powellscom also read synopsis and reviews waksman brings a new understanding to familiar material by treating it in an original and. This aint the summer of love is steve waksmans analysis of the relationship between and development of metal and punk he takes the premise that metal and punk are diametrically opposed opposites and turns it on its ear giving evidence that the two genres in fact are closely intertwined in philosphy and fact. This aint the summer of love conflict and crossover in heavy metal and punk by steve waksman berkeley university of california press 2009 this aint the summer of love is not a new history of metal and punk rocks two dominant examples of youth based musical culture rather steve waksman has written
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