• Issue Archive for
  • May 1-7, 2002
  • Vol. 22, No. 29

News & Views

Arts & Culture

  • Heartlines
  • Heartlines

    Mosaic Youth Theatre’s power-potent play HeartBEAT intertwines the ancient connections between love, hate, motion and rhythm.

Music

  • Blame Canada
  • Blame Canada

    One of 10 Detroit Discs that Shook the World: Alice Cooper's Love It to Death nailed the hippie coffin shut and ushered in a whole new era of rock ’n’ roll.
  • Universe-soul shakedown
  • Universe-soul shakedown

    One of 10 Detroit Discs that Shook the World: Mick Collins and Carl Craig talk about the influence of Stevie Wonder's Innervisions — it's the sound of an artist at the peak of his powers.
  • Proto-punks
  • Proto-punks

    One of 10 Detroit Discs that Shook the World: The eight-song Stooges debut album is the first punk rock record — at once spare and haunting, brimming with sex and raw as fuck-all.
  • Time to holler
  • Time to holler

    One of 10 Detroit Discs that Shook the World: One of the most amazing albums ever made, Marvin Gaye's What’s Going On is an intimate lesson in contemporary urban black history.
  • Sista Ree spells it out
  • Sista Ree spells it out

    One of 10 Detroit Discs that Shook the World: Aretha Franklin's I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You signaled the arrival of the new kind of voice, a rallying cry for feminism, sexual liberation and racial equality.
  • Freak-zone funk
  • Freak-zone funk

    One of 10 Detroit Discs that Shook the World: Perhaps no other LP crystallized the countercultural aesthetic quite so deftly as Funkadelic’s self-titled debut... They took the funk national.

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