i had just recently finished reading Decoded by Jay-Z and just picked up Rivers Edge about Weezer

 

i also have the Cobain book by Rolling Stone on its way

 

does anyone have ne other good suggestions im probably going to pick up the John LennonThe Life book that came out in 2004

 

loking for some good suggestions

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also i put this in the weezer section because one of the books that im talking about that i picked up is on weezer which i have yet to read.....also if there is any other books on weezer i should pick up let me know

 

also doesanyone knowwhen the Pinkerton Diaries are going to be released an actual release date or even a tenative one

Let me know how Rivers' Edge is, I love the Weezer/Rivers story, but I've heard that book isn't well written.

Also, I can't wait for Pinkerton Diaries. I've heard it was supposed to be this month, but since we don't know the release date yet, I doubt it will be. Hopefully next month!

jm5471 said:

also i put this in the weezer section because one of the books that im talking about that i picked up is on weezer which i have yet to read.....also if there is any other books on weezer i should pick up let me know

 

also doesanyone knowwhen the Pinkerton Diaries are going to be released an actual release date or even a tenative one

I gotta read rivers edge...how much did you buy it for?
Maybe February 

jm5471 said:

also i put this in the weezer section because one of the books that im talking about that i picked up is on weezer which i have yet to read.....also if there is any other books on weezer i should pick up let me know

 

also doesanyone knowwhen the Pinkerton Diaries are going to be released an actual release date or even a tenative one

the bible - 'the musical'

In Just Kids Patti Smith, shares her perspective on different artists, songwriters and creative folk living in New York around the 1960s and '70s. I found her journey inspiring and the writing poetic.

Goodbye 20th Century : Sonic Youth and the rise of the alternative Nation written by David Browne, is obviously something Sonic Youth fans would be into. However, I think it's also interesting for anyone who wants to learn more about the experience of independant record labels and the way corporate labels (i.e. Geffen) operate.

 

 

 

I might read Rivers Edge... but then again, I probably know everything in there already and I've heard it's not written that well.

I'm looking forward to Pinkerton Diaries though.

Hopefully Karl Koch writes a Weezer book. He's the historian after all...

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