MUSIC WE LIKE (MOSTLY)

The titles in this category are all about the different kinds of music we like. Well, mostly.

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  1. You Don't Know Me But You Don't Like Me: Phish, Insane Clown Posse, And My Misadventures With Two Of Music's Most Maligned Tribes

    You Don't Know Me But You Don't Like Me: Phish, Insane Clown Posse, And My Misadventures With Two Of Music's Most Maligned Tribes

    $16.00

    When memoirist and head writer for The A.V. Club Nathan Rabin first set out to write about obsessed music fans, he had no idea the journey would take him to the deepest recesses of both the pop culture universe and his own mind. Learn More
  2. Yeti #4

    Yeti #4

    $12.95

    Enthused Art, Music, Writing, & Other Stuff. Learn More
  3. Yeti #3

    Yeti #3

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    Enthused Art, Music, Writing, & Other Stuff. Learn More
  4. Yeti #13

    Yeti #13

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    Enthused Art, Music, Writing, & Other Stuff. Learn More
  5. Yeti #12

    Yeti #12

    $14.95

    Enthused Art, Music, Writing, & Other Stuff. Learn More
  6. Yes Is The Answer

    Yes Is The Answer: And Other Prog-Rock Tales

    $14.95

    Progressive rock is maligned and misunderstood. Critics hate it, hipsters scoff at it. Yes Is The Answer is a pointed rebuke to the prog-haters, the first literary anthology devoted to the sub genre. Learn More
  7. Woolgathering

    Woolgathering

    $18.95

    The National Book Award–winner Patti Smith presents a treasure box of a childhood memoir about “clear unspeakable joy” and “just the wish to know.” Learn More
  8. Women Of The Underground: Music

    Women Of The Underground: Music

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    Cultural Innovators Speak for Themselves. Learn More
  9. Will Oldham on Bonnie "Prince" Billy

    Will Oldham on Bonnie "Prince" Billy

    $16.95

    A captivating and revelatory glimpse into the life of one of the most critically acclaimed and enigmatic musicians working today. Learn More
  10. Why Be Something That You're Not

    Why Be Something That You're Not: Detroit Hardcore 1979-1985

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    In the early seventies, Detroit was the musical hub of America. Everything from the chart topping sounds of Motown records to the vicious proto-punk of The Stooges was being brewed out there and it seemed like there was no end in sight. Learn More

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