Published June 1999
by Codex .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
Cranked Up Really High contents Tony Wakeford of National Front band Above The Ruins AKA Sol Invictus (original bass player Gary Smith simultaneously played with hardcore Nazis No Remorse, while rumour has it that Ian Stuart guested with Wakeford's band in the mid-eighties). HOME FEATURES BOOKS PERFORMANCE GALLERY BUY CONTACT: CRANKED UP REALLY HIGH: GENRE THEORY & PUNK ROCK by Stewart Home. CHAPTER VII: BACK STREET KIDS Oi! and the unfolding of the Punk Rock dialectic By , it was obvious to music journalist Gary Bushell that because Oi! did not yet exist, it was necessary to invent it. CRANKED UP REALLY HIGH: GENRE THEORY & PUNK ROCK by Stewart Home. Riot Grrrl, in as far as it has ever really existed, was created by the press, which threw together various disparate phenomenon and labelled this jumble a movement. things like Sniffin' Glue and Ripped & Torn, as well as the book Punk edited by Julie Davis (Millington. This failure can be illustrated by David Huxley's evasion of my claim in the book Cranked Up Really High that the Sex Pistols weren't a punk band. Huxley baldly states that: "Although Home's argument is interesting, the fact that the Sex Pistols are widely held to be synonymous with punk makes this a difficult position to maintain.".
'Cranked Up Really High' is probably the most energetic, hilarious and irreverent tome ever scrawled on the subject of 'punk rock'. From the outset, it becomes clear that Home's main target is the crop of 'musicologists' who've mystified the music way out of proportion to its trashy pop status/5(4). from Cranked Up Really High An Inside Account of Punk Rock by Stewart Home There are other 'important' punk covers of "Louie Louie" missing from both Marsh's discography and his book. Take, for instance, the Angry Samoans, whose June set at the Club in New York concluded with a version of "Louie Louie.". Tag: Cranked Up Really High Hardcore Hegelian: an interview with Stewart Home The likes of the Cockney Rejects and East End Badoes have penned entire albums recently on the subject of East End gentrification, but for Stewart Home it’s a cause to fight. CRANKED UP REALLY HIGH: GENRE THEORY & PUNK ROCK by Stewart Home. 1st edition July , 2nd edition February ISBN 01 4 (Codex Books) The book is available free here in electronic form (click the links below to access it).
Records. In , "Cranked Up Really High" was featured on North by North West: Liverpool & Manchester from Punk to Post-punk and Beyond (Korova), a three-disc box set compiled by Paul Morley that served as an overview of the punk, new wave and post-punk scene in those two cities. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Home, Stewart, Cranked up really high. Hove: Codex, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. Cranky, re-titled Cranky the Crane in and Thomas and Percy to the Rescue in , is the seventh book in the My Thomas Story Library series. Thomas and Percy are annoyed with a new crane named Cranky who calls the little engines "useless little bugs". The big engines stick up for Cranky and one stormy night a ship runs aground straight into the shed trapping the big engines and knocking. Crank is a novel by Ellen Hopkins published in It is based loosely on the real life addictions of her daughter to crystal meth. The book is required reading in "many high schools, as well as many drug and drug court programs". However, the book has been banned in many locations due to complaints that the book's depictions of drug use, adult language, and sexual themes are inappropriate for some readers.