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Sick on You : The Disastrous Story of the Hollywood Brats, the Greatest Band You've Never Heard Of

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MOJO magazine’s 2015 Book of the Year, the outrageous true story of the Hollywood Brats—the greatest punk band you've never heard of—brilliantly told by founding member Andrew Matheson With only a guitar, a tatty copy of the Melody Maker, and his template for the perfect band, Andrew Matheson set out, in 1971, to make music history. His band, the Hollywood Brats, were pre-punk prophets—uncompromising, ultrathin, wild, and untamable. Thrown into the crazy world of the 1970s London music scene, the Brats recorded one genius-but-ignored album and ultimately fell foul of the crooks who ran a music industry that just wasn't quite ready for the punk revolution. Directly inspiring Malcolm McLaren, the Sex Pistols, and the Clash, the Hollywood Brats imploded too soon to share in the glory. Sick On You is a startling, funny, and incredibly entertaining period memoir about never quite achieving success despite flying so close to greatness.
Number of Pages: 3188
Genre: Biography + Autobiography, Music
Sub-Genre: Genres + Styles / Punk, History + Criticism, Composers + Musicians
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Penguin Group USA
Author: Andrew Matheson
Language: English
Street Date: August 2, 2016
TCIN: 51155863
UPC: 9780399185335
Item Number (DPCI): 248-16-5045
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