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Destroy All Monsters: Backyard Monster Tube and Pig/Various: Music Is Revolution (Book Beat)
Review by Edwin Pouncey, The Wire, September 2001
THE RESURGENCE of Destroy All Monsters, the Detroit artists' collective group made up of founder members Mike Kelley, Jim Shaw and Cary Loren, owes much ...
Invisible Jukebox: John Sinclair
Interview by Edwin Pouncey, The Wire, January 2003
John Sinclair — poet, journalist and former manager of 60s revolutionary rockers The MC5 — was born in Flint, Michigan in 1941. His father worked ...
Rock And Roll Dope: MC5 Kick Out The Jams At The Grande Ballroom
Column by Frank Bach, The Ann Arbor Sun, 29 October 1971
IT WAS back in the fall of 1966 when Rob Tyner, lead singer for the then "Avant Rock" MC5, and myself got in Rob's beat up ...
Rock & Roll Dope: John Sinclair
Retrospective by Frank Bach, The Ann Arbor Sun, 28 May 1971
IT WAS back in the fall of 1966 when Rob Tyner, lead singer for the then "Avant Rock" MC5, and myself got in Rob's beat ...
MC5: The making of Kick Out The Jams
Interview by Jaan Uhelszki, Uncut, May 2007
How Wayne Kramer and his Detroit proto punks turned a stage heckle into a battle cry to herald the death of the hippy dream ...
Report by Lillian Roxon, Sydney Morning Herald, the, 19 December 1971
NO SOONER did Bob Dylan astonish everyone by going back to "protest" and coming out with a song protesting the death of convict George Jackson ...
Flash! July 26th, 1968: MC5 Attacked By Police On Job
Report by uncredited writer, The Warren-Forest Sun, 26 July 1968
JOHN SINCLAIR, FRED SMITH BEATEN, MACED, ARRESTED — CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING POLICE OFFICERS ...
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