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I Have Seen the Madness in my Area

By Rob Chapman

Abstract

Utilising a multi-textual approach which weaves in elements of biography, autobiography, fiction and faction, I shall endeavour to explain how Mark E Smith constructs a mythical and hyper-realist text out of "the north" which has as much to do with L.S. Lowry as it does with punk. Concentrating chiefly on The Falls earliest recordings - up to and including Hex Induction Hour - I will explore Smiths own \ud unique notion of the prole art threat and the characters that \ud populate his dark satanic landscape

Topics: ML
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:4833

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