ESG’s Come Away with ESG, by Cheri Percy
Madvillain’s Madvillainy, by Will Hagle
Marvin Gaye’s I Want You, by Derrais Carter
BBC Radiophonic Workshop’s BBC Radiophonic Workshop – A Retrospective, by William Weir
Living Colour’s Time’s Up, by Kimberly Mack
Body Count’s Body Count, by Ben Apatoff
k.d. lang’s Ingénue, by Joanna McNaney Stein
The Go-Go’s Beauty and the Beat, by Lisa Whittington-Hill
Madonna’s Erotica, by Michael T. Dango
Mötley Crüe’s Shout at the Devil, by Micco Caporale
Depeche Mode’s 101, by Mary Valle
Goldie’s Timeless, by Martyn Deykers
Little Richard’s Here’s Little Richard, by Jordan Bassett
The Clash’s Sandinista!, by Micajah Henley
Cardi B’s Invasion of Privacy, by Ma’Chell M. Duma
Dolly Parton’s White Limozeen, by Steacy Easton
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Can’t believe there is not a book about Uncle Tupelo’s No Depression!!!!
I would love to see a book on the ABC album The Lexicon Of Love . The Trevor Horn production alone would be a great read .
There needs to be at least one Clapton one! Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs, the Bluesbreakers album, any Cream album. Pleeeeease.
I’d love to see a book about Boards of Canada’s Music has a Right to Children
I’m obsessed with taking pictures of my family, escaipelly after the passing of my mom a year ago. I have learnt that pictures are so precious and after seeing you in action at Shelley and Jody wedding on the 10 November 2012 and seeing the sneak preview of their pictures, i’m keen for having my very own Kathrin Gallova original. Best wishes. Kim_G
I’d love to see a little more in the way of metal and/or more aggressive albums, Dark Throne “A Blaze in the Northern Sky”, Death “Leprosy”, even The Jesus Lizard “Goat”.
I’d love to see books on Public Image Ltd’s ‘Metal Box’ and The Pop Group’s ‘Y’.
I thought I’d have to read a book for a diesovcry like this!
Great series! I’d love to see a book about Boards of Canada’s Music has a Right to Children.
Arcitles like this are an example of quick, helpful answers.
All “noise” complaints are directed to MOE. The developers installed the IWTs that cause the “noise” so the developers are directly responsible for any harm done.All MOE does is take the heat off the developers and then the developers may be able to say they were not informed of any “noise” issues from their IWTs.Most people talk about the “company” but companies are run by people who make the decisions like going into the IWT business. So company officials and/or boards are responsible here.
Great titles! Surely a ‘Heaven or Las Vegas’ title is on the way at some point! Anybody know?
Is Twin Peaks still happening?
These albums would be nice to read about: Damaged by Black Flag,Homework by Daft Punk,Candy Apple Grey By Husker Du,Copper Blue by Sugar,Master of Puppets by Metallica,TNT by Tortoise,and White Album by Beatles. Just to name a few.
Hello 33 1/3, I’m a big fan of your series! I did see on Amazon.de that there’s going to be a book about the album “Jorge Ben Jor S Africa Brasil”, written by Frederick Josef Moehn, which will be published on May 4th 2017 in English, as part of a 33 1/3 Brazil series? This isn’t on you “what’s in the pipeline” page yet. Could you confirm this? Would love to read a book about this great album!
Can’t believe no one has suggested Uncle Tupelo’s “No Depression.”
What happened to Daniel Johnston’s Hi, How Are You by Benjamin Shapiro?
I was wondering when the books previously announced on the following albums;
Lucinda Williams by Lucinda Williams
Maggot Brain by Funkadelic
Aquemini by Outkast
Hi how are you by Daniel Johnston
will be published, if at all?
How about something (anything ) from the Fall?
Plenty of Fall books out there – Steve Hanley’s is the best but Brix’s is a good read. And ‘Renegade’ – MES’s rambling, bitter rant of a paperback.
Looking forward to reading MANY of these future titles! Miles, Beat Happening, Sleater-Kinney, Blondie and especially the Donny Hathaway one. I have been listening to Hathaway’s remastered 2disc live cd all summer long! Can’t wait…
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