Vol 7 No. 2 (2012)

Journal: Popular Music History

Published: Oct 18, 2013

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Section Title Author Published
Introduction: making things whole again—the Take That reunion Tim Wise Oct 18, 2013
Boys will be boys: re-inhabiting the homosocial sphere of Take That David Sanjek Oct 18, 2013
Explorative, authentic and cohesive: factors contributing to successful boy band reunions Anja Löbert Oct 18, 2013
Is any press good press? Framing media content and the reunion(s) of Take That: 2005–2010 Maryn J. Edwards Oct 18, 2013
When I becomes we: how prototypically ‘pop’ are a band’s lyrics after one breakup and two reunions? Michaela Hilbert Oct 18, 2013
Multiple damnations: deconstructing the critical response to boy band phenomena Mark Duffett Oct 18, 2013
Breakup and reunion from a psychoanalytic perspective: some ideas from applied Kleinian psychoanalysis Tobias Nolte Oct 18, 2013
You can make me whole again: popular music tributes embodying the reunion Georgina Gregory Oct 18, 2013
Resource notes Andy Linehan Oct 18, 2013
Kirk Curnutt, Brian Wilson. Icons of Pop Music. Sheffield and Bristol, CT: Equinox, 2012. xvi + 176 pp. 11 b&w illustrations, discography, bibliography, index. ISBN-13: 978-1-90804-991-9, £50, $90 (hbk); ISBN-13: 978-1-84553-663-3, £14.99, $24.95 (pbk). Dale Carter Oct 18, 2013
Roland Boer, Nick Cave: A Study of Love, Death and Apocalypse. Sheffield and Bristol, CT: Equinox, 2012. 212pp. ISBN 978-1-908049-67-4, £55.00 (hbk); ISBN 978-1- 781790-34-2, £17.00 (pbk). Nathan Wiseman-Trowse Oct 18, 2013