Bibliography
This​bibliography​contains​references​to​books​and​journal​articles.​
Newspapers,​magazines,​and​other​ephemera​are​cited​in​the​notes.
Adorno,​Theodor​W.​Philosophy of New Music.​Translated,​edited,​
and​with​an​introduction​by​Robert​Hullot-Kentor.​Minneapolis:​
University​of​Minnesota​Press,​2006.
Attali,​Jacques.​Noise: The Political Economy of Music.​1977.​Translated​
by​Brian​Massumi.​Minneapolis:​University​of​Minnesota​Press,​
1989.
Baker,​Stuart,​ed.​New York Noise: Art and Music from the New York
Underground, 1978–88.​London:​Soul​Jazz​Records​Publishing,​
2007.
Bangs,​Lester.​Psychotic Reactions and Carburetor Dung.​Edited​and​
with​an​introduction​by​Greil​Marcus.​New​York:​Knopf,​1988.
Bogue,​Ronald.​Deleuze on Music, Painting, and the Arts.​New​York:​
Routledge,​2003.
———.​“Violence​in​Three​Shades​of​Metal:​Death,​Doom​and​
Black.”​In​Buchanan​and​Swiboda,​Deleuze and Music,​95–117.
Broyles,​Michael.​Mavericks and Other Traditions in American Music.​
New​Haven:​Yale​University​Press,​2004.
Buchanan,​Ian,​and​Marcel​Swiboda,​eds.​Deleuze and Music.​Edin-
burgh:​Edinburgh​University​Press,​2004.
Cannato,​Vincent.​The Ungovernable City: John Lindsay and His
Struggle to Save New York.​New​York:​Basic,​2001.
Carnoy,​Martin.​Faded Dreams: The Politics and Economics of Race in
America.​Cambridge:​Cambridge​University​Press,​1994.
Chafe,​William​H.​The Unfinished Journey: America Since World
War II.​New​York:​Oxford​University​Press,​1999.
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