Rock and Roll's Most Wanted

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Brassey's, 2002 - Music - 294 pages
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Did you know that the Rolling Stones were originally called The Brian Jones Blues Band? That both U2 and DJ Casey Kasem took legal action against a small San Francisco Bay Area band to keep a record from coming out? That Bachman-Turner Overdrive's only number-one hit was an accident? That TV game show host Chuck Woolery was in a band that had a Top 40 hit in 1968? That 1930s movie sexpot Mae West recorded a version of the Beatles' Day Tripper? That the Bee Gees were found guilty in court of plagiarism? Containing twenty-five lists of groups with the oddest names, haircuts, deaths, and hit songs, Rock & Roll's Most Wanted will inform and entertain both longtime rock devotees and relative neophytes.

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Review: Rock & Roll's Most WantedŽ: The Top 10 Book of Lame Lyrics, Egregious Egos, and Other Oddities

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This is a book for reading in episodes. If I were course, I'd suggest it to sit by your toilet. Its nothing amazing, but it is fun. Read full review

About the author (2002)

STUART SHEA is the author of Rock & Roll's Most Wanted: The Top 10 Book of Lame Lyrics, Egregious Egos, and Other Oddities (Brassey's, Inc., 2002) and Wrigley Field (Brassey's, Inc, 2004). He lives in Chicago.

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