Birth School Metallica Death - Vol II

The Inside Story, 1991-2014
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Volume II of the acclaimed and 'definitive' Metallica history - for fans of Dirt , Slash and all things heavy.
Volume II of the acclaimed and 'definitive' Metallica history - for fans of Dirt, Slash and all things heavy.
As they embark upon the fourth decade of the career, Metallica's legacy is as unique as it is remarkable: having sold over 100 million albums their status as the biggest Metal band of all time is indisputable. Following the acclaimed first volume, which chronicled the band's rise to international stardom, the authors now explore the challenges and tensions that ensued for the band.
From the phenomenal, breakthrough, success of 1991's 'Black' album to the band's reinvention with the 'Load/Reload' albums; bassist Jason Newsted's shock exit in 2001 and the group's subsequent meltdown, as laid bare in the unvarnished fly-on-the-wall documentary Some Kind Of Monster, to the divisive 'St. Anger' and 'Lulu' sets (recorded with Rick Rubin and in collaboration with Lou Reed respectively), they brilliantly capture this unique bands epic, louder than life saga.
Autor: Paul Brannigan, Ian Winwood
Paul Brannigan and Ian Winwood are two of the UK's foremost music writers. A former editor of Kerrang! - the world's biggest weekly music magazine - Brannigan is the author of the Sunday Times Bestseller This Is A Call: The Life And Times Of Dave Grohl while Winwood has written for Rolling Stone, the Guardian, Mojo, Kerrang!, NME and the BBC. The first volume of Birth, School, Metallica, Death was published to huge acclaim in Autumn 2013.

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Autor: Paul Brannigan
ISBN-13 :: 9780571295760
ISBN: 0571295762
Erscheinungsjahr: 06.11.2014
Verlag: Faber And Faber Ltd.
Gewicht: 371g
Seiten: 289
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 235x154x25 mm
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