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Taking Punk to the Masses by Jacob McMurray, Krist Novoselic

Taking Punk to the Masses

Description : Using key artifacts from the Experience Music Project collection, illustrates the evolution of punk rock from underground subculture to the mainstream.

Subtitle : From Nowhere to Nevermind : a Visual History from the Permanent Collection of Experience Music Project

Authors : Jacob McMurray, Krist Novoselic

Published Date : 2011

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ISBN : 1606994336

Page : 233 Pages

Categories : Art

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