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Books of The Times: ‘Life and Death on the New York Dance Floor’ Charts a Kinetic Scene in the Early ’80s

Tim Lawrence’s book depicts a gritty commingling of punk bands, graffiti artists and hip-hop D.J.s that sent sparks flying before economic forces remolded the city.
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