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-"In [[1978]] a series of [[punk rock]] influenced loud [[noise music]] concerts was held at [[Artists space|New York’s Artists’ Space]] that led to the [[Brian Eno]]-produced recording ''[[No New York]]''. This recording was the first attempt to define the [[no wave]] sound, documenting [[The Contortions]], [[Teenage Jesus & the Jerks]], [[Mars (band)|Mars]] and [[DNA (band)|DNA]]." --[[Sholem Stein]] +"In [[1978]] a series of [[punk rock]] influenced loud [[noise music]] concerts was held at [[Artists Space|New York’s Artists’ Space]] that led to the [[Brian Eno]]-produced recording ''[[No New York]]''. This recording was the first attempt to define the [[no wave]] sound, documenting [[James Chance and the Contortions]], [[Teenage Jesus and the Jerks]], [[Mars (band)|Mars]] and [[DNA (American band)|DNA]]." --Sholem Stein
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'''1978''' (MCMLXXVIII) was the 978th year of the 2nd millennium, the 78th year of the 20th century, and the 9th year of the [[1970s]] decade. '''1978''' (MCMLXXVIII) was the 978th year of the 2nd millennium, the 78th year of the 20th century, and the 9th year of the [[1970s]] decade.
== Art and culture == == Art and culture ==
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*[[Piazza d'Italia]] in New Orleans *[[Piazza d'Italia]] in New Orleans
*''[[X Portfolio]]'' by Mapplethorpe *''[[X Portfolio]]'' by Mapplethorpe
 +*''[[Proust Armchair]]'' by Alessandro Mendini
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===Literature=== ===Literature===
====Fiction==== ====Fiction====
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*[[You Got Me Running]] by Lenny Williams *[[You Got Me Running]] by Lenny Williams
*[[Better Change Your Mind]] by William Onyeabor *[[Better Change Your Mind]] by William Onyeabor
-*[[Linda Clifford]] - [[Runaway Love]]+*[[Runaway Love]] by [[Linda Clifford]]
-*[[Dan Hartman]] - [[Relight My Fire]]+*[[Relight My Fire]] by [[Dan Hartman]]
-*[[Cory Daye]] - [[Pow Wow]]+*[[Pow Wow]] by [[Cory Daye]]
-*[[Eddy Grant]] - [[Living On The Frontline]]+*[[Living On The Frontline]] by [[Eddy Grant]]
-*[[Ripple]] - [[The Beat Goes On]]+*[[The Beat Goes On]] by [[Ripple]]
-*[[Kleeer]] - [[Keep Your Body Workin']]+*[[Rock Creek Park]] by [[Blackbyrds]]
-*[[Blackbyrds]] - [[Rock Creek Park]]+*[[Just As Long As I Got You]] by [[Love Committee]]
-*[[Love Comittee]] - [[Just As Long As I Got You]]+*[[Trinidad]] by [[John Gibbs And The US Steel Orchestra]]
-*[[John Gibbs And The US Steel Orchestra]] - [[Trinidad]]+*[[Don't Let It Go To Your Head]] by [[Jean Carn]]
-*[[Jean Carn]] - [[Don't Let It Go To Your Head]]+*[[I Thought It Was You]] by [[Herbie Hancock]]
-*[[Herbie Hancock]] - [[I Thought It Was You]]+*[[You Saved My Day]] by [[Cheryl Lynn]]
-*[[Cheryl Lynn]] - [[You Saved My Day]]+*''[[Warm Leatherette (single)|Warm Leatherette]]'' by The Normal
====Albums==== ====Albums====
-*''[[Patrick Adams Presents Phreek]]''+*''[[Patrick Adams Presents Phreek]]'' by Patrick Adams
-*''[[No New York]]''+*''[[No New York]]'' by various
-*''[[Question: Are We Not Men? Answer: We Are Devo! ]]''+*''[[Q. Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!]]'' by Devo
-*''[[The Man-Machine]]'' by [[Kraftwerk]]+*''[[The Man-Machine]]'' by Kraftwerk
-*''[[Warm Leatherette (single)|Warm Leatherette]]'' by The Normal+*''[[One Nation Under a Groove]]'' by Funkadelic
-*''[[One Nation Under a Groove]]'' by [[Funkadelic]]+*''[[Looking for Saint Tropez]]'' by Telex
-*''[[Looking for St. Tropez]]'' by [[Telex]]+*''[[Best Dressed Chicken in Town]]'' by Dr. Alimantado
-*''[[Best Dressed Chicken in Town]]'' by [[Dr. Alimantado]]+*''[[Green (Steve Hillage album)|Green]]'' by Steve Hillage
-*''[[Green]]'' by [[Steve Hillage]]+*''[[Keep on Jumpin']]'' by Musique
-*''[[Keep on Jumpin']]'' by [[Musique]]+*''[[Thousand Knives]]'' by Ryūichi Sakamoto
-*''[[The Thousand Knives of Ryūichi Sakamoto]]'' by [[Ryūichi Sakamoto]]+*''[[Roast Fish Collie Weed & Corn Bread]]'' by Lee Perry
-*''[[Roast Fish Collie Weed & Corn Bread]]'' by [[Lee Perry]]+*''[[Ambient 1: Music for Airports]]'' by Brian Eno
-*''[[Ambient 1 / Music for Airports]]'' by Brian Eno+* ''[[Nite Flights (album)|Nite Flights]]'' by the Walker Brothers
 + 
== Births == == Births ==
==Deaths == ==Deaths ==

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"In 1978 a series of punk rock influenced loud noise music concerts was held at New York’s Artists’ Space that led to the Brian Eno-produced recording No New York. This recording was the first attempt to define the no wave sound, documenting James Chance and the Contortions, Teenage Jesus and the Jerks, Mars and DNA." --Sholem Stein

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1978 (MCMLXXVIII) was the 978th year of the 2nd millennium, the 78th year of the 20th century, and the 9th year of the 1970s decade.

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