Ways of Hearing: A User's Guide to the Pop Psyche, from Elvis to Eminem
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Ways of Hearing: A User's Guide to the Pop Psyche, from Elvis to Eminem

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Someone once said that “pop music is an argument anyone can join in on.” Ways of Hearing turns that argument into a bar-room brawl, as a frontier town of unruly pop pioneers and DJs—Brian Eno, John Peel, Neil Young, the Chemical Brothers, and Mercury Rev, to name but a few—punch it out. Part hall of fame, part self-help manual, part visionary manifesto, Ways of Hearing exa...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published November 1st 2001 by Orion Publishing (first published 2001)
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