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visión de conjunto:Críticas 'Packed full of great imagery' - Sonicstate.com 'Highlights the unsung heroes - the artists designers and photographers whose talent is often overlooked - and places them firmly in the spotlight' - Classic Pop 'Beautifully bound this book is as iconic and dynamic as Mute's musical past' - Rough Trade 'The Book of the Year has arrived. Quite the treat ... If there's one book you need on the old Christmas list this year make it this one' - Electronic Sound 'A beautifully crafted celebration of the accidental label' - Uncut 'Packed with artwork and photography - much of it previously unseen' - M magazine 'Visually stunning' - Buzz magazine Reseña del editor The definitive visual chronicle of the innovative independent record label Daniel Miller created Mute Records to release his debut single (‘Warm Leatherette’/’T.V.O.D’) a pioneering electronic sound with a defiantly DIY attitude. Mute quickly established a reputation for releasing cutting-edge chart-topping music and through the music of its community of artists – ranging from Fad Gadget Moby Can Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds and Einstürzende Neubauten to Depeche Mode Yazoo Erasure Laibach Goldfrapp Liars and Ben Frost – it has had an incalculable impact on popular music for four decades. Mute: A Visual Document is packed with stunning artwork and photography – much of it previously unseen – from the Mute Archives and Daniel Miller’s personal archives including photography and video stills from legendary photographers conceptual artworks rare ephemera and equipment. Comprehensive discographies a family tree of Mute artists an extensive introduction and commentary by Daniel Miller who has curated the materials for the book plus anecdotal and photographic contributions from key figures in the label’s story including Moby Alison Goldfrapp Anton Corbijn Bleddyn Butcher Brian Griffin Jon Spencer Barry Adamson Ivan Novak Angus Andrew Adrian Shaughnessy Tom Hingston make this book the definitive chronicle of the label. Rough Trade's Book of the YearElectronic Sound magazine's Book of the YearOne of Uncut's Books of the YearOne of the Herald's Books of the YearTable of Contents1. 1978–1979: Warm Leatherette and Letraset: Founding a New New Wave • 2. 1980–1982: Mute in the Charts: Depeche Mode and Yazoo • 3. 1983–1989: Beyond Electropop: The Experimental Side of Mute • 4. 1990–1999: Mute into the Nineties • 5. 2000– Into the Future Biografía del autor Terry Burrows is an author musician and producer. Best known as a cult performer under the alias Yukio Yung Burrows has recorded with The Chrysanthemums Asmus Tietchens and the duo Push-Button Pleasure. He is also a prolific author of more than 80 books relating to music history tuition and technology popular psychology and history.