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Primus, Over the Electric Grapevine: Insight into Primus and the World of Les Claypool

by Primus & Greg Prato

An oral history of the legendary band Primus, with a star-studded cast of interviewees (Tom Waits, Trey Anastasio, etc.)


Sigur R¿s's ( )

by Ethan Hayden

Words like "inspiring," "expansive," and "moving" are regularly used to describe Sigur R�s's ( ), and yet the only words heard on the record itself are a handful of meaningless nonsense syllables. The album...


The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC

by Jesse Fink

The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC is unlike any AC/DC book you’ve read before. Less a biography, more a critical appreciation, it tells the story of the trio through 11 classic rock songs and reveals...


Precious and Few

by Don Breithaupt & Jeff Breithaupt

Here is a lively and nostalgic look back at the forgotten era of pop that gave us "Hooked on a Feeling", "Dancing in the Moonlight", "I Am Woman", "Seasons in the Sun", and more. The early '70s brought a "Convoy"...


A Grim Detail

by Henry Rollins

A Grim Detail shoulders the anchor, drags it onward from the end of 2008 and then hurls to the ground in

2010. A world tour, two documentaries and journeys that include North Korea, South Sudan, Saudi Arabia,...


The Dirt

by Tommy Lee, Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx & Mick Mars

Ten years ago, Motley Crue's bestselling The Dirt—penned with rock chronicler extraordinaire Neil Strauss—set a new bar for rock 'n' roll memoirs. A genuine cultural phenomenon, this turbocharged blockbuster,...


Sugar Ray

by Anna Louise Golden

These five fly guys are part of today's hottest band!

Hailing from Southern California, Sugar Ray--including hunky frontman Mark McGrath, guitarist Rodney Sheppard, bassist Murphy Karges, DJ Craig Bullock and...


Liz Phair's Exile in Guyville

by Gina Arnold

Although Exile in Guyville was celebrated as one of the year's top records by Spin and the New York Times, it was also, to some, an abomination: a mockery of the Rolling Stones' most revered record and a rare...


Write in Tune: Contemporary Music in Fiction

by Erich Hertz & Jeffrey Roessner

Contemporary popular music provides the soundtrack for a host of recent novels, but little critical attention has been paid to the intersection of these important art forms. Write in Tune addresses this gap...


Long and Winding Roads: The Evolving Artistry of the Beatles

by Kenneth Womack

Kenneth Womack brings the band's story vividly to life-from their salad days as a Liverpool Skiffle group and their apprenticeship in the nightclubs and mean streets of Hamburg through their early triumphs at...


Ain't It Time We Said Goodbye: The Rolling Stones on the Road to Exile

by Robert Greenfield

When the Rolling Stones embarked on their farewell tour of England in 1971, it marked the end of an era.


The Beach Boys' Smile

by Luis Sanchez

Smile is not merely a great unfinished album, but a living work of art that is all at once expansive, indeterminate, and resolutely pop.

In the early 1960s, The Beach Boys rose from the suburbs of Hawthorne,...


Oasis' Definitely Maybe

by Alex Niven

Oasis's incendiary 1994 debut album Definitely Maybe managed to summarize almost the entire history of post-fifties guitar music from Chuck Berry to My Bloody Valentine in a way that seemed effortless. But this...


Rush FAQ: All That's Left to Know About Rock's Greatest Power Trio

Simply Thrilled

by Simon Goddard

They had just a few hundred pounds, one band missing a drummer, a sock drawer for an office, more dreams than sense and not a clue between them how to run a record company. But when Alan Horne and Edwyn Collins...


Richard Hell and the Voidoids' Blank Generation

by Pete Astor

To wander the streets of a bankrupt, often lawless, New York City in the early 1970s wearing a T-shirt with PLEASE KILL ME written on it was an act of determined nihilism, and one often recounted in the first...


Face the Music

by Paul Stanley

"People say I was brave to write such a revealing book, but I wrote it because I needed to personally reflect on my own life. I know everyone will see themselves somewhere in this book, and where my story might...


Here We Are Now

by Charles R. Cross

Kurt Cobain was the voice of a generation. Twenty years after his death, why does he still matter?

On April 5, 1994, twenty-seven-year-old Kurt Cobain took his own life. His desperation to kick drugs, his complicated...


The Who FAQ

by Mike Segretto

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One Way Out

by Alan Paul, Butch Trucks & Jaimoe

Now an instant New York Times bestseller, One Way Out is the powerful biography of The Allman Brothers Band, an oral history written with the band’s participation and filled with original, never-before-published...