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Nine Inch Nails’ “Pretty Hate Machine.” by Daphne Carr, and: Michael Jackson’s “Dangerous.” by Susan Fast, and: Talking Heads’ “Fear of Music.” by Jonathan Lethem, and: Beastie Boys’ “Paul’s Boutique.” by Dan LeRoy, and: Let’s Talk about Love: Why Other People Have Such Bad Taste by Carl Wilson, and: James Brown’s “Live at the Apollo.” by Douglas Wolk (review)

Nine Inch Nails’ “Pretty Hate Machine.” by Daphne Carr, and: Michael Jackson’s “Dangerous.” by... reView eSSAY Nine Inch Nails' "Pretty Hate Machine." by Daphne Carr. New York: Continuum, 2011. iSbN 978-0-826-42789-2. Paperback. Pp. 179. $14.95; Michael Jackson's "Dangerous." by Susan Fast. New York: bloomsbury Academic, 2014. iSbN 978-1-623-56631-9. Paperback. Pp. x, 147. $14.95; Talking Heads' "Fear of Music." by Jonathan lethem. New York: Continuum, 2012. iSbN 978-1-441-12100-4. Paperback. Pp. xiv, 141. $14.95; Beastie Boys' "Paul's Boutique." by Dan leroy. New York: Continuum, 2006. iSbN 978-0-826-41741-1. Paperback. Pp. x, 129. $14.95; Let's Talk about Love: Why Other People Have Such Bad Taste. by Carl wilson. New York: bloomsbury Academic, 2014. iSbN 978-1-441-16677-7. Paperback. Pp. vi, 303. $19.95; James Brown's "Live at the Apollo." by Douglas wolk. New York: Continuum, 2004. iSbN 978-0-826-41572-1. Paperback. Pp. 117. $14.95. over the course of more than a decade and a hundred releases, the bloomsbury (formerly Continuum) 33 series has established itself as a familiar and respected presence within the growing field of critical publications devoted to popular music. the concept behind these distinctive pocket-sized books is simple. each one takes as its focus a single album and, in the space of approximately thirty to fifty thousand words, delves into its significance and meaning. the series has featured http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Music University of Illinois Press

Nine Inch Nails’ “Pretty Hate Machine.” by Daphne Carr, and: Michael Jackson’s “Dangerous.” by Susan Fast, and: Talking Heads’ “Fear of Music.” by Jonathan Lethem, and: Beastie Boys’ “Paul’s Boutique.” by Dan LeRoy, and: Let’s Talk about Love: Why Other People Have Such Bad Taste by Carl Wilson, and: James Brown’s “Live at the Apollo.” by Douglas Wolk (review)

American Music , Volume 32 (4) – Jul 26, 2014

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reView eSSAY Nine Inch Nails' "Pretty Hate Machine." by Daphne Carr. New York: Continuum, 2011. iSbN 978-0-826-42789-2. Paperback. Pp. 179. $14.95; Michael Jackson's "Dangerous." by Susan Fast. New York: bloomsbury Academic, 2014. iSbN 978-1-623-56631-9. Paperback. Pp. x, 147. $14.95; Talking Heads' "Fear of Music." by Jonathan lethem. New York: Continuum, 2012. iSbN 978-1-441-12100-4. Paperback. Pp. xiv, 141. $14.95; Beastie Boys' "Paul's Boutique." by Dan leroy. New York: Continuum, 2006. iSbN 978-0-826-41741-1. Paperback. Pp. x, 129. $14.95; Let's Talk about Love: Why Other People Have Such Bad Taste. by Carl wilson. New York: bloomsbury Academic, 2014. iSbN 978-1-441-16677-7. Paperback. Pp. vi, 303. $19.95; James Brown's "Live at the Apollo." by Douglas wolk. New York: Continuum, 2004. iSbN 978-0-826-41572-1. Paperback. Pp. 117. $14.95. over the course of more than a decade and a hundred releases, the bloomsbury (formerly Continuum) 33 series has established itself as a familiar and respected presence within the growing field of critical publications devoted to popular music. the concept behind these distinctive pocket-sized books is simple. each one takes as its focus a single album and, in the space of approximately thirty to fifty thousand words, delves into its significance and meaning. the series has featured

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