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- DescriptionThe 60s had the Beatles. The 70s had Led Zeppelin. The 80s had Michael Jackson. The 90s had Nirvana. The 00s had... That depends on who you ask. Some may chant Eminem. Others might shout The White Stripes. While the rest may surprisingly vote for American Idol. Musically, the 00s were a schizophrenic digital playground, where control over music was taken out of the hands of music directors and was placed back in the hands of the individual. Music flourished on digital MP3 players, where rock lived next to rap next to electronic next to country next to classical...and so on. Every artist had an equal chance on our personal featured playlists, because of this, one band or genre dominated. Musical exposure was limited. This book hopes to right the ship, to set the course and dig a little deeper than our MP3 players allowed us. Taken from the website The Good, The Bad, and The Unkwn, one of the premiere music blogs on the internet, come explore one of the most diverse musical decades yet.
- Author BiographyJason Preston graduated UCLA film school with a masters in screenwriting. This was his fall back career in case the whole music blogging/book thing didn't work out. Jason has since written and produced for prime time TV, reality TV, feature films, internet, magazines, emails, term papers, birthday cards and stereo instructions (okay, I made up the last one). Jason has been working in music since his college years as a radio DJ/music director. He went on to be part of the internet radio revolution as a DJ for Spike Radio and music director for No-M. Jason has authored and maintained one of the longest running music blogs on the internet, The Good, The Bad, and The Unknown. He created the first (and only) Music Blog Awards (MuBA) and partnered with Emusic for the event. He owns over 25,000 albums across all platforms including but not limited to vinyl, cassette, CDs, MP3s, 8-track, and mini-disc. He has stood in line for Record Store Day every year in its existence.
- Author(s)Jason Paul Preston
- Date of Publication03/09/2013
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectMusic & Dance
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight340 g
- Width140 mm
- Height216 mm
- Spine15 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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