"Striking Crude Chords: Bawdy humor in post-Soviet Russian Rock"

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Abstract

This article examines the uses of bawdy humor in post-Soviet rock music, particularly in the works of the groups Nol, Sektor Gaza, and Leningrad.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication"Striking Crude Chords: Bawdy humor in post-Soviet Russian Rock"
PublisherUncensored?: reinventing humor and satire in post-Soviet Russia
Pages195-209
StatePublished - 2008

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    Qualin, A. (2008). "Striking Crude Chords: Bawdy humor in post-Soviet Russian Rock". In "Striking Crude Chords: Bawdy humor in post-Soviet Russian Rock" (pp. 195-209). Uncensored?: reinventing humor and satire in post-Soviet Russia.