by The Interceptors

published on

Pins & Chains Pins & chains, belts and ripped clothing became 'signs' that alluded to the 'bondage' of the working class to poverty (both material and spiritual) in a decadent consumerist society. The deliberate outlandishness of punk fashion also signalled the working class' resigned acceptance of its alienated, ‘outcast’ status in British society (Hebdige, Subculture 65-66)

Pins & Chains by The Interceptors
Share on
Source Code

Play Song
4 PPP & 0 Tips
Genres
Tags
License Details

Pins & chains, belts and ripped clothing became 'signs' that alluded to the 'bondage' of the working class to poverty (both material and spiritual) in a decadent consumerist society. The deliberate outlandishness of punk fashion also signalled the working class' resigned acceptance of its alienated, ‘outcast’ status in British society (Hebdige, Subculture 65-66)
- The Interceptors
You can join the conversation after you sign in
This track was reported as abuse and is temporarily locked. Please contact copyright@musicoin.org.ai with any relevant documentation to resolve.
The Interceptors  2 years ago
 
[New Release] Pins & chains, belts and ripped clothing became 'signs' that alluded to the 'bondage' of the working class to poverty (both material and...
Connect with us
Designed by the Musicoin Team, © 2018
Site best viewed with Chrome