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  • Rock Star Babylonby Jon Holmes

    Penguin Books Ltd 2008; US$ 12.78

    Why was Candle in the Wind for Diana a terrible mistake? Which rock star left an unspeakable gift inside a hotel room hairdryer? What's the story behind Ozzy Osbourne and the exploding mouse? Rock and roll and rumour go together like Peaches and Geldof. Tales of outrageous excess, of the filth and the fury (not to mention the... more...

  • Every Chart Topper Tells a Storyby Sharon Davis

    Mainstream Publishing 2012; US$ 20.78

    The glorious sixties were a decade for the young and rebellious, of cultural freedom and of sexual liberation. The British music scene had never been so adventurous, taking even the American charts by storm. Every Chart-Topper Tells a Story: The Sixties takes a look at the number-one hit singles of the decade in Britain from artists... more...

  • Apathy for the Devilby Nick Kent

    Faber & Faber 2010; US$ 11.65

    Sixteen years after his seminal rock tome The Dark Stuff, Nick Kent produces a brilliant and very personal despatch: his memoir of the 1970s. more...

  • Lit Riffsby Jonathan Lethem; Tom Perrotta; Lester Bangs; Aimee Bender; Amanda Davis; Neal Pollack; J. T. Leroy; Heidi Julavitz; Touré; Matthew Miele; Neil Strauss

    MTV Books 2007; Not Available

    Following in the footsteps of the late great Lester Bangs -- the most revered and irreverent of rock 'n' roll critics -- twenty-four celebrated writers have penned stories inspired by great songs. Just as Bangs cast new light on a Rod Stewart classic with his story "Maggie May," about a wholly unexpected connection between an impressionable young man... more...

  • Beck: The Art of Mutationby Nevin Martell

    Pocket Books 2002; Not Available

    In 1993, a quirky California boy named Beck burst onto the scene with the irony warped anthem "Loser." He has since earned a reputation as one of the most innovative, stylish, and vital recording artists of our time -- selling millions of records in the United States alone, heading up numerous Album of the Year lists, and taking home a few Grammys... more...

  • Real Wild Child: An insider's tales from the rage couchby Narelle Gee

    HarperCollins Publishers 2011; US$ 19.81

    From the ABC's iconic music show, 'rage', comes a rock biography about what happened when the world's biggest musical acts sat down on Australia's most famous couch. Packed with backstage anecdotes and music industry gossip! What happens when the world's biggest musical acts sit down on Australia's most famous couch? the answer: drunkenness, dark... more...

  • Lit Riffsby Jonathan Lethem; Tom Perrotta; Lester Bangs; Aimee Bender; Amanda Davis; Neal Pollack; J. T. Leroy; Heidi Julavitz; Touré; Matthew Miele; Neil Strauss

    MTV Books 2007; Not Available

    Following in the footsteps of the late great Lester Bangs -- the most revered and irreverent of rock 'n' roll critics -- twenty-four celebrated writers have penned stories inspired by great songs. Just as Bangs cast new light on a Rod Stewart classic with his story "Maggie May," about a wholly unexpected connection between an impressionable young man... more...

  • Entertain Us: The Rise and Fall of Alternative Rock in the Ninetiesby Craig Schuftan

    HarperCollins Publishers 2012; US$ 15.56

    The Rise and Fall of Alternative Rock in the Nineties In 1990 alternative music was where it belonged - underground. It left the business of rock stardom to rock stars. But by 1992 alternative rock had spawned a revolution in music and style that transformed youth culture and revived a moribund music industry. Five years later, alternative rock was... more...

  • Beck: The Art of Mutationby Nevin Martell

    Pocket Books 2002; Not Available

    In 1993, a quirky California boy named Beck burst onto the scene with the irony warped anthem "Loser." He has since earned a reputation as one of the most innovative, stylish, and vital recording artists of our time -- selling millions of records in the United States alone, heading up numerous Album of the Year lists, and taking home a few Grammys... more...

  • How Soon is Now?by Richard King

    Faber & Faber 2012; US$ 21.86

    One of the most tangible aftershocks of Punk was its urgency to prompt individuals into action. Document your reality: do it yourself. From this, a generation of young men were inspired and, with often zero financial planning or business sense, in a bedroom, garage or shed, labels such as Factory, Rough Trade, Mute, 4AD, Beggars Banquet, Warp, Domino... more...