Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs: A Low Culture Manifesto - '4: Every Dog Must Have His Every Day, Every Drunk Must Have His Drink, 0:42' and '5: Appetite for Replication, 0:56' Summary & Analysis

Chuck Klosterman
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'4: Every Dog Must Have His Every Day, Every Drunk Must Have His Drink, 0:42' and '5: Appetite for Replication, 0:56' Summary and Analysis

In chapter four, Klosterman examines the conception of "cool" in mainstream society for Generation X. He begins by noting that his generation will be known for being cool, but that's all, because that's all anyone strives to be. However, he notes, there are some artists, such as Billy Joel, who appear to be great regardless of their "coolness". Klosterman reminds readers that for most rock stars, being great is directly related to being cool, but in Joel's case, the two appear unrelated. His songs are lonely, and Klosterman notes that his worst songs, those on albums after "An innocent Man" are...

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