X: The Unheard Music
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X was one of the finest and most widely acclaimed American rock bands of the 1980s. Rising out of the Los Angeles punk rock scene, X merged punk, rockabilly, blues, and country flavors into a revved-up sound that at once celebrated and deconstructed American pop culture, and the group's lyrics -- written by singer Exene Cervenka and bassist/vocalist John Doe -- used beat-influenced poetry to examine life along the margins in one of America's most privileged cities. X became a major draw in their hometown, and their first two independently released albums, Los Angeles and Wild Gift,… More
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"It's more or less a loose scrapbook about the band, with live performances, videos, interviews, and other tidbits thrown in."
‑ Jeffrey M. Anderson, Combustible Celluloid
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