The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Rock History: The grunge and post-grunge years, 1991-2005

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Greenwood Press, 2006 - Grunge groups - 323 pages
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Chronicles the history of rock and roll music and its impact on American culture, discussing significant artists, albums, songs, writers, producers, and genres of six periods spanning 1951-2005, and provides chronologies, alphabetized guides, and lists of top-selling recordings, important albums, and further resources, including print works, Web sites, films, and museum collections.

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This six-volume encyclopedia by academics Scrivani-Tidd (music, SUNY at Fredonia) and Janosik (dean, Lancaster campus, Ohio Univ.) and music journalists Gulla, Smith, and Markowitz covers the gamut of ... Read full review

Contents

The Grunge Era
1
Alternative Country
17
The Rebirth of Punk
35
Copyright

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