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Praise for 33 Revolutions Per Minute: A History of Protest Songs
'Lynskey's excellent and exhaustive history of protest music could not be more timely . . . A fascinating journey' Sunday Times 'Lucid and authoritative' Guardian '[An] agile, many-tentacled writer . . . Mr. Lynskey has an eye for fetching detail.' New York Times 'Part of me would have liked a glorious multimedia version of the book . . . but that could detract from the strength of the writing. The book's achievement is not only to make me want to listen to the songs, but to experience more widely the people behind the music.' John Self
Dorian Lynskey writes about music, film, books and politics for publications including the Guardian, the Observer, the New Statesman, GQ, Billboard, Empire, and Mojo. His first book, 33 Revolutions Per Minute: A History of Protest Songs, was published in 2011. A study of 33 pivotal songs with a political message, it was NME's Book of the Year and a 'Music Book of the Year' in the Daily Telegraph. He hosts the Remainiacs podcast.