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1990s Pop Star Colouring Book

33 and a 3rd all original images & articles, adult coloring fun for pop music lovers

ByKev F SutherlandKev F Sutherland

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A colouring book for adults and kids of all ages, with 33-and-a-3rd top pop stars of the 1990s, all drawn specially by Kev F Sutherland (of Beano and Marvel comics fame) with brand new text about every act accompanying each image. Adults, revisit the decade before they invented email. Kids, learn all about an era of grunge and Britpop, of boyband and girlbands. Blur, Oasis, Pulp, Elastica, Nirvana, Take That, The Spice Girls, Mariah Carey, REM, East 17, The Corrs, Bjork, Stone Roses - who's have we missed? Tell us and we'll start preparing volume two. The 1990s. Some call it the new 1970s. If you’re old enough to remember the 90s you’re in your thirties, and you’re probably only just starting to realise it. For readers in the UK the decade began with Margaret Thatcher lying down on the floor of her Tardis and regenerating into John Major, then doing the same seven years later and becoming Tony Blair. For others in the UK it was the decade when there was no Doctor Who, so they had to shoehorn mention of him into sentences that had otherwise nothing to do with him. In the States you started with a Bush and ended with a Clinton. On the telly it was the decade that brought us Father Ted, One Foot In The Grave, Ab Fab and Bottom, or if you prefer The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air, Friends, and Frasier. On the big screen it was the decade of Reservoir Dogs, Titanic, Jurassic Park, and Trainspotting. But it’s the music of the 1990s that leaps into your head whenever you think of the decade when TVs went wide, satellite dishes blighted every house and cable ripped up every pavement, everybody got their first mobile phone, and this thing came along that they called the world wide web. From grunge to Britpop, hip hop to Mmmm Bop, the 90s gave us so much to choose from that you can only be frustrated by what’s missing from the book. Where are Hanson and No Doubt, you ask? The same cutting room floor as Backstreet Boys and Ricky Martin I’m afraid, right next to Vanilla Ice and Sir Mixalot. But we hope you like the 30 acts that have made it into the mixtape from the last decade when people actually made mixtapes. Happy colouring.


Publication Date
Dec 22, 2022
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
By (author): Kev F Sutherland, By (artist): Kev F Sutherland


Interior Color
Black & White
A4 (8.27 x 11.69 in / 210 x 297 mm)

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