(Still) Can't Get No Satisfaction

Cole, Susan G.
January 2001
Herizons;Winter2001, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p46
Discusses the emergence and proliferation of rap music of white male artists in the United States entertainment industry. Accounts on the 1999 Woodstock; Rejection of the petition filed against Eminem by a group of anti-violence activist; Sexual dimension, anger and hatred included in the music lyrics.


Related Articles

  • THE TALENT SHOW. Caldwell, Lindsey // FADER;Apr2007, Issue 45, p56 

    The article offers information on Cincinnati, Ohio-based singer Dion. Dion's medley of original, self-penned songs made him the winner of the 2003 Midwest Talent Search. The DJ and producer Hi-Tek, who was on the talent search's panel of judges, scooped Dion up to sing for Hi-Tek Productions,...

  • The Rising. Wappler, Margaret // FADER;Apr2007, Issue 45, p72 

    The article offers information on U.S. music artist Bill Callahan. From 1988 to 2005, Bill Callahan made music under the name Smog. He became a prolific fixture in underground music, releasing 11 albums along with a stream of cassettes and EPs. Callahan's songs carried a distinct smudge of...

  • The LOVE MOVEMENT. Wagner, Alex // FADER;Apr2007, Issue 45, p88 

    The article focuses on U.S. music artist Noah Lennox, known as Panda Bear from the Animal Collective band. Lennox grew up middle class in Baltimore, Maryland where he attended one of the Waldorf schools. September of 2004 saw the release of his first solo album, "Young Prayer," which was created...

  • MELLOW GOLD. Richter, Christopher James // FADER;Apr2007, Issue 45, p58 

    The article offers information on U.S. singer David Vandervelde. On his debut album "The Moonstation House Band," Vandervelde thanks Jay Bennett for allowing him to record his songs at Bennett's playhouse Pieholden Studios in Chicago, Illinois. Vandervelde's songs harken back to rock & roll's...

  • Watching the Sky. Menze, Jill // Billboard;3/7/2009, Vol. 121 Issue 9, p37 

    The article reviews the music release "Watching the Sky," by Jesse Harris.

  • God and Country. Willman, Chris // Entertainment Weekly;4/9/2004, Issue 759, p85 

    Features country singer John Turner from the U.S.

  • Culture trends.  // MediaWeek;01/05/98, Vol. 8 Issue 1, preceding p45 

    Presents data on the top selling popular music recordings in the United States and Europe as of December 1997. MTV around the world; Billboard's top 15 singles; Billboard's top albums.

  • Albums: Pop. Verna, Paul // Billboard;6/29/96, Vol. 108 Issue 26, p79 

    Reviews several popular-music albums released in the United States. `Tambu,' by Toto; `Connected,' by Allen Toussaint; `State of Freak,' by Eva Haze; `Swinging on a Star,' by the original Broadway cast; `I Do! I Do!.'

  • Talk it to the limit. D.B. // Entertainment Weekly;12/16/94, Issue 253, p68 

    Highlights some of the spoken-word segments found in pop songs. Michael McCary in Boyz II Men's song, `On Bended Knee'; Elvis Presley in `Are You Lonesome Tonight?'(1960); Bobby Hatfield in `(You're My) Soul and Inspiration'(1966), by the Righteous Brothers; Mick Jagger in the Rolling Stones'...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics