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on 4 April 2011
33 Revolutions Per Minute is an excellent and fascinating insight into the 20th/21st Century history of the protest song, taking you from Billie Holiday's Strange Fruit all the way to Billie Armstrong's American Idiot. As well as being meticulously researched, including a wide range of exclusive interviews, it's beautifully written. And, as with all the best music journalism, along the way you're bound to be introduced to some new music that had passed you by, and to reminded of some great stuff that you knew already. If the subject even vaguely interests you, go and read it.
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