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Critique Of Exotica

Music, Politics and the Culture Industry
  • 261 Pages
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Pluto Press
Cultural studies, Multicultural studies, Sociology, Popular Culture, History, Social Science, Social aspects, Music, Popular Culture - General, Anthropology - Cultural, Sociology - General, Music / History & Criticism, Genres & Styles - Pop Vocal, 20th century, Political aspects, Popular
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Open LibraryOL7955331M
ISBN 100745315542
ISBN 139780745315546

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Marcelo Naz the one-man behind Nazarevox self-describes this as having elements of hard rock, which might be a bit far-fetched.