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False Prophet situates punk, and the diary itself, in relation to contemporary critiques of identity and ethnographic representation, and links punk’s emergence to the oral poetry renaissance of the 1950s, free jazz, and the do-it-yourself trend set by underground filmmakers in the 1960s. This innovative ethnography provides a theoretically informed account of a little understood genre of popular music, and a rare, intimate view into the everyday life of a working band. The audio CD contains some of False Prophets’ most popular cuts.
BOOK TWO You Want to Get Paid? Oh. I’ll Have to Talk to the Band
On the Road o So You Want to Be a Rock and Roll Star
To Hell and Back
How Do You Feel about Your Negative Result?
Back to Hell
Never Again (Again)
P.S. When’s the Reunion?
Appendix: Invisible People: Lyrics to accompanying CD