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Radiohead : Creep By Harry Lime
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Radiohead are a rock group, formed in Abingdon-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England, UK during 1985, by Thom Yorke (vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards), brothers Jonny Greenwood (lead guitar, keyboards,... More > other instruments) and Colin Greenwood (bass), Ed O'Brien (guitar, backing vocals) and Philip Selway (drums, percussion). They've worked with producer Nigel Godrich and cover artist Stanley Donwood since 1994.< Less
Household Worms By Stanley Donwood
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Stanley Donwood says of a selection of stories contained in Household Worms that were inspired by drinking red wine alone at night: 'These were written to avoid staring for too long at a night-filled... More > window that only reflected my own sorry-for-itself face. Perhaps I should try writing with white wine too. A lighter tone may emerge. Champagne would probably get me writing jokes for crackers. Never mind, never mind.' Donwood is best known as an artist, but this collection confirms his prowess as an equally talented writer of prose.< Less
Bash the Rich: Thatcher Edition By Ian Bone
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Abridged version of Ian Bone's Bash The Rich released as an ebook as a 'tribute' to the passing of Margaret Thatcher. This edition includes, Bone's early years, a student anarchist activist and... More > concentrates of the founding of Class War in an attempt to open up a second front of inner-city civil disobedience during the miners' strike. Bone's aim was to topple the Thatcher government and to declare war - Class War.In 1984.The Sunday People branded Ian Bone ‘The most dangerous man in Britain’. They weren’t far wrong. He was indeed a greater thorn in Margaret Thatcher’s side than the blatherings of opposition. It was Ian Bone who linked the inner-city rioters of Brixton and Handsworth with the striking miners. He was accused by The Guardian of being the man behind the 1985 Brixton Riot. But that was only the half of it… With major outbreaks of disorder of the time, this is a startlingly honest, funny, warts ’n’ all scream of rage from a gutter-level anarchist prepared to fight ‘by any means necessary’.< Less
Slowly Downward By Stanley Donwood
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We'll leave it up to Mr Donwood to tell you about his excellent collection of 'Extremely Miserable Stories'. This is the first book I did, now republished in a new edition. This is rather an elegant... More > publication, and if enough of them sell then the publishers might print my next book. Ha! 'The most troubling explorations of thought and situation are described with clarity and minimalism like that of haiku genetically spliced with propaganda leaflets and air-sickness-bag instructions' is a part of what somebody said about it on Amazon. Quite an accurate description, until they start on about propaganda and vomit.< Less
Glastonbury Tour By Tony Hill
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With constant downpours, floods, the rise in competition and finally slow ticket sales by 2008, the Glastonbury Festival went through troubled times. Then came the triumphant, sun scorched festivals... More > of 2009 and the 40th anniversary in 2010. In a series of stunning photographs, and notes on personal memorable moments, writer and photographer Tony Hill captures the sights and spirit of Glastonbury as it re-established itself as the world’s premier music festival.< Less
The Imperial Phase - The Rise and Fall of British Indie Music 1986-1997 By Ray Dexter
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A man with a quiff and a hearing aid twirls around with a bunch of gladioli sprouting from his trouser pocket. Two sullen Scotsmen deafen you with descanting feedback. Jackson Pollock... More > paint-splattered mods in flared trousers become the sound of Ecstasy.Five lads from Burnage standing still and playing football style anthems to hundreds of thousands of people. Common People! Bez! Parklife! The “Imperial Phase” is a term defined by Neil Tennant of the Pet Shop Boys to describe a time in an artists’ career when they were at their commercial peak – when they could do nothing wrong. This book describes the imperial phase of British indie music from the end of the Smiths to the death of Britpop. In 45 coruscating essays Ray Dexter analyses the records that told the story. Artists covered include the Smiths, Jesus and Mary Chain, Stone Roses, Happy Mondays, Primal Scream, New Order, My Bloody Valentine, Blur, Pulp, Radiohead, The Verve and many, many more.< Less
Can’t Sit Still- Why Your Favorite Bands and Singers Sometimes Alienate You As A Poor Confused Listener By Christopher Levine
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Author Christopher Levine helps bridge the gap between the work of artists from when they were the most popular to the masses to…in many cases…their later work that if given a chance is... More > often as good or better than what you might know from radio listening alone.< Less
Conquer the King By Zach White
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Conquer the King is a collection of poems and an expression of design and idea. The complete collection is the result of 6 weeks of writing and is being praised at poetry web sites online. A global,... More > political, and emotionally driven collection, in its entirety. "...a mesmerizing magic..." "...haunting..." "...powerful spill of emotions..." "...beckons to be explored..."< Less
Conquer the King By Zach White
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Conquer the King is a collection of poems and an expression of design and idea. The complete collection is the result of 6 weeks of writing and is being praised at poetry web sites online. A global,... More > political, and emotionally driven collection, in its entirety. "...a mesmerizing magic..." "...haunting..." "...powerful spill of emotions..." "...beckons to be explored..."< Less
Me and My Shorts By Michael Lee
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A collection of short stories written by blogger and photographer, Michael Lee. Join Michael as he talks about hearing his child's heartbeat for the first time, seeing ghosts and listening to... More > Radiohead. And many more!< Less

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