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Table of Contents Acknowledgmentsvii Introduction1 Part I: Foundations 1. Made in Detroit: How an Underground Movement Restructured the Past00 2. Setting Your Sights on the Underground00 3. Invasion of the British00 4. The Count Who?00 5. You're Going to Wear That?00 6. What Is Garage Rock?00 Part II: Implications 7. Mainstreaming the Underground00 8. Nostalgic Benefits00 9. Removing the Constraint: The Confines of Late Capitalism000 10. The Break Into Individualism000 11. This Will Wake the Neighbors!000 Chapter Notes000 Bibliography000 Index000
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Garage rock music -- History and criticism.
Garage rock music -- Social aspects.