THE SOUNDS OF CAPITALISM
Advertising, Music, and the Conquest of Culture


TIMOTHY D. TAYLOR

University of Chicago Press
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Examples, Chapters 7-8

Chapter 7: Consumption, Corporatization, and Youth in the 1980s



Example 7.1. Pepsi-Cola: Michael Jackson, “Billie Jean” (1984).



Example 7.2. Pepsi-Cola: Michael Jackson, “Bad” (1987).



Example 7.3. Run-D.M.C.: “My Adidas” (1987).



Example 7.4. Nike: The Beatles, “Revolution” (1987).



Chapter 8: Conquering (the) Culture: The Changing Shape of the Cultural Industries in the 1990s and After



Example 8.1. Volkswagen: Nick Drake, “Milky Way” (1999).



Example 8.2. Mitsubishi: “Fun,” Wiseguys (2001).



Example 8.3. Mitsubishi Eclipse: “Days Go By,” Dirty Vegas (2002).



Example 8.4. Volkswagen: Ben Neill, “Nite, Nite” (2000).



Example 8.5. Sting for Jaguar (2000).



Example 8.6. Coors Light: “Love Songs” (2002).



Example 8.7. Céline Dion for Chrysler Pacifica (2003).



Example 8.8. Coca-Cola: “Real Compared to What” (2003).



Example 8.9. Sprite: “Liquid Freedom” (2005).



Example 8.10. Sprite ReMix: “Rethink” (2003).



Example 8.11. Jason Harper’s Winning McDonald’s Remix (2008).



Example 8.12. Gwen Stefani for Hewlett-Packard (2007).



Example 8.13. Wrigley’s Doublemint Gum (2008).

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