Much like the classic Ghostbusters quandary towards the conclusion of the film regarding answering to the affirmative when a higher power asks if you’re a god: When a choose-your-own erotic fantasy novel comes across your digital desk asking for a review…the answer is always “YES!”[Read more…]
A tale of drugs, in-fighting, insecurities, and in-depth stories on the songs and albums you love and more, Simon Young’s authorised biography of Therapy?, So Much For The 30 Year Plan, is an essential read for not only fans of the band but also for music aficionados who love a good yarn.[Read more…]
I’m an avid reader but try to stay away from self-help books because they’re just not my thing. I do love autobiographies, though, so if you kind of merge the two then you have piqued my interest. Add that the author is from one of my all-time favorite bands and it’s pretty much a given that I’ma devour whatever is in those hallowed pages.[Read more…]
The press release for Small Victories: The True Story Of Faith No More is quick to point out that, although the book isn’t an “official” biography of the band, it is endorsed by them going so far as to tout a quote from co-founder and bassist Bill Gould regarding the book and its’ author, Adrian Harte: “It’s a quality piece. The man has done his research, and it shows. It provided me with more than a few revelations… and I’m in the band.” [Read more…]
Meet Me In the Bathroom reminds me of the old saying: “You don’t eat until you’re full, you eat until you hate yourself.”
In this case, you party until you kind of hate yourself.
(Buckle in, buttercups, you’re in my car now.)