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by George Petros,Steven Blush

Author: George Petros,Steven Blush
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Creation Books (TC) (March 28, 2005)
Pages: 384 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.1
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45 Dangerous Minds book.

45 Dangerous Minds book. Forty-five key interviews with celebrities from the worlds of rock, art, literature and the counterculture, taken from the 18-year history of New York-based "Seconds magazine. Jun 26, 2009 Matthew W rated it it was amazing. is probably the best collection of interviews that I have ever had the fortune of reading.

45 interviews with celebrities from the worlds of rock, art and counter culture. That was one of the premises behind the founding of the nowadays discontinued magazine Seconds, which started out as a traditional obscure fanzine but matured over the years and in the end became quite influential. Few or any topics were too taboo for this magazine, and the journalists working on it soon built up a reputation for being extremely serious about their work. And it was indeed reflected in their articles. Over the years, all sorts of strange and weird people were interviewed.

Steven Blush, George Petros. This though-provoking collection contains 45 key interviews with celebrities from the world of rock, art, literature and the counter-culture. Interviewees include Marilyn Manson, David Bowie, JG Ballard, Henry Rollins, Allen Ginsberg, Lee Scratch' Perry, and John Waters among others.

Steven Blush is the man behind the excellent American Hardcore book that came out on Feral House a couple of years ago. This book is a compilation of the best interviews from Steven’s Seconds magazine, which along with things like Answer Me!, MRR and Might magazine was an influence in the upbringing of lots of Vice staffers. These are oldish guys so all the interviews here are with people who defined the underground, transgressive, rebel scene of the 90s.

Items related t. 5 Dangerous Minds: The Most Intense Interviews . Steven Blush promoted Hardcore shows in Washington, DC throughout the early 80s. In 1986 he founded Seconds Magazine, publishing it until 2000. 5 Dangerous Minds: The Most Intense Interviews From. 45 Dangerous Minds: The Most Intense Interviews From Seconds Magazine (The Art of the Interview). ISBN 13: 9781840681246. Forty-five key interviews with celebrities from the worlds of rock, art, literature and the counterculture, taken from the 18-year history of New York-based Seconds magazine. His writing appeared in Spin, Interview, Village Voice, Details and High Times.

Art That Kills: A Panoramic Portrait of Aesthetic Terrorism 1984-2001 by George Petros (Creation Books, 2006, ISBN 1-84068-143-8). The New Transsexuals: The Next Step In Human Evolution by George Petros (PetrosIdeas, 2012, ISBN 978-855018-0-8). Musical compilations.

by Aaron Garland, March 2000.

After moving on from Seconds magazine, Blush decided to chronicle his hardcore musical journey in a book.

45 Dangerous Minds: The Most Intense Interviews From Seconds Magazine (The Art of the Interview). He has also written for Vice, High Times, The Village Voice and Interview. After moving on from Seconds magazine, Blush decided to chronicle his hardcore musical journey in a book. He started writing the book, American Hardcore, in the mid-1990s when bands like Green Day and The Offspring were popular. He saw a documentary titled The History of Rock and Roll on PBS, which he described as going "straight from the Sex Pistols and Clash (I believe it mentions X) to Nirvana, as if this decade had never happened.

The most popular color? You guessed it: red.

Forty-five key interviews with celebrities from the worlds of rock, art, literature and the counterculture, taken from the 18-year history of New York-based Seconds magazine.

Interviewees include Marilyn Manson, David Bowie, JG Ballard, Henry Rollins, Allen Ginsberg, Anton LaVey, Joe Coleman, Peter Sotos, Joe D'Allesandro, Ron Jeremy, Wayne Kramer, Ed "Big Daddy" Roth, John Waters, Richard Ramirez, Charles Manson, Ed Sanders and Robert Williams.

Contributors include Michael Moynihan, Carlo McCormick, Boyd Rice, David Aaron Clarke, Art Deco and John Aes-Nihil.

Steven Blush is the author of American Hardcore. He lives in New York.