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Great account of music out of the motor city from the 50's thru the 70's. Too bad groups like the MC5 and others never could break out. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Robert L. Kocjan
Spine on book is splitting. Haven't had a chance to begin reading. Condition not as advertised. That's about all I've got to say about that.Published 13 months ago by javanzel
Not what expected. Too many bands I never heard of and I was born and raised in Detroit. Just not enough of the bands I grew up loving in the 60's.Published 14 months ago by Diane M.
Detroit the Real rock and roll city The MC5,The Stooges, The Frost, Grande Ballroom, Eastowne Theater, Bob Seger System ,Ted NugentPublished 18 months ago by michael tipton
Those of the advanced age of thirty or even the ancient age of forty will find little of interest in this book. Read morePublished on March 25, 2012 by Keith Otis Edwards
i'm gonna make this short and to the point david did an excellent job on this historical book...actually he could have wrote several volumes. afterall detroit is rock n roll...... Read morePublished on March 3, 2011 by travis davidson
For a book called "Grit, Noise, and Revolution", this is one boring read. As someone who lived in Detroit during the period [although the author seems to think the scene was... Read morePublished on December 23, 2007 by James J. Omeara
My title of this review really says it all. I love so many of the bands written about in this book, but it's just not fun at all to read. Read morePublished on November 3, 2007 by Todd Zimmer