Inside the Muscle MachineeBook - 2007
This definitive work - the only book on Muse - tells the band's story, from their inception in the small coastal town of Teignmouth, Devon in the mid-1990s, through numerous incendiary live shows and grandiose, critically acclaimed albums, to their status as the biggest British rock band in the world. This best-selling book is now fully updated to include Muse's astonishing fourth album, Black Holes & Revelations, which is their biggest selling record to date, having shifted well over a million copies. Ploughing their own distinct musical furrow has finally reaped rich rewards for this trio of unlikely musical heroes, confirming the band as genuine modern day rock gods. In this definitive account, Ben Myers tells the Muse tale through exclusive interviews with the band and numerous associates, and also includes the author's eyewitness accounts at various stages along the way. Ben Myers is a highly respected music journalist whose work has appeared in numerous publications including Kerrang!, Melody Maker, Q, Uncut and Careless Talk Costs Lives. He has also written the bestselling book Green Day: American Idiots And The New Punk Explosion, as well as the acclaimed biographies John Lydon: Sex Pistols, PiL and Anti-Celebrity and System Of A Down: Right Here In Hollywood."One of our best rock 'n' roll writers ... He makes you want to form a band and make a noise!" John Robb. "All-round genius." The Fly magazine. unofficial & unauthorised.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : John Blake, 
Copyright Date: ©2007
Branch Call Number: Internet Access
Characteristics: 1 online resource (240 pages).