The Psychic Soviet

The size of the book is small so as to make it perfect for carrying into the fray of street battle or classroom debate.

The Psychic Soviet

Author: Genevieve Gill

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The Psychic Soviet is indispensable reading for anyone who wonders where rock 'n' roll comes from, where it is going and what it really means. Includes 19 essays by musician Ian Svenonius, who has long been leading the light in underground rock 'n' roll's attempts to define itself against bourgeois culture. The size of the book is small so as to make it perfect for carrying into the fray of street battle or classroom debate. Svenonius' articles uncover the sinister machinations behind popular fiction, film and television serials, among other cultural outlets.

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