The Dark Stuff: Selected Writings On Rock Music Updated Edition

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Hachette Books, Mar 4, 2009 - Music - 400 pages
Rock journalism on: Brian Wilson, Guns' N' Roses, Roky Erickson, The New York Dolls, Sid Vicious, Roy Orbison, Elvis Costello, The Smiths, Neil Young, Jerry Lee Lewis, Miles Davis, The Pogues, Lou Reed, Syd Barrett, The Rolling Stones, Iggy Pop, Kurt Cobain
 

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Contents

Going to Hell with Jerry Lee Lewis in Hollywood
74
The Bewildering Universe of Roky Erickson and His Twoheaded Dog
89
The Cracked Ballad of Syd Barrett
97
Brian Jones Tortured Narcissus
114
The Rolling Stones after the Sixties
125
The Troubled Splendour of the New York Dolls
154
The Wasted Years
166
Sid Vicious the Exploding DimWit
178
Happy Mondays and Stone Roses
233
Pictures of Iggy
243
Miles Davis Approaches Sixty
266
The Last Testament of Roy Orbison
284
Neil Young and the Haphazard Highway That Leads to Unconditional Love
294
Kurt Cobain 19671994
338
The Innocent
343
Prince Is a Champion Too
356

Elvis Costello
187
Morrissey the Majesty of Melancholia and the Light That Never Goes Out in Smithsdom
201
The Moon the Gutter and Shane McGowan
211
The Daze of GunsNRoses
221
The Conflicted Cool of Johnny Cash
362
Eminems Rage in a Cage
371
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About the author (2009)

Nick Kent's legendary music journalism defined the golden days of New Musical Express. He has also written for The Face, Sunday Times, Spin, Guardian, and Mojo. He lives in Paris.

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