Sick on You: The Disastrous Story of Britain's Great Lost Punk Band - Andrew Matheson - Unabridged

Publisher: Random House Audiobooks
Length: 9 hours and 56 minutes
Version: Unabridged
Language: English
Release Date: 21 July 2016
Format: MP3 320kbps or M4A 256kbps
Catalog ID: B01G5X72G0
Categories: Arts & Photography, Biographies & Memoirs, Music, Stage & Screen

Sick on You: The Disastrous Story of Britain’s Great Lost Punk Band (Unabridged)

Andrew Matheson

Mojo Magazine’s book of the year. The Hollywood Brats are the greatest band you’ve never heard of. Recording one near-perfect punk album in 1974, they were tragically ahead of their time. With only a guitar, a tatty copy of Melody Maker and his template for the perfect band, Andrew Matheson set out, in 1971, to make musical history. His band, The Hollywood Brats, were prepunk prophets – uncompromising, ultrathin, wild, untamable and outrageous. But thrown into the crazy world of the 1970s London music scene, the Brats ultimately fell afoul of the crooks and heavies that ran it and an industry that just wasn’t ready for them. Directly inspiring the London SS, the Clash, Malcolm McLaren and the Sex Pistols, The Hollywood Brats imploded too soon to share the glory. Punk’s answer to Withnail and I, Sick on You is a startling, funny and brilliantly entertaining period memoir about never quite achieving success, despite flying so close to greatness.

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