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Fingers Crossed: How Music Saved Me from Success

A must-read rock memoir in a genre where too few women’s voices are heard.

Permanent Damage: Memoirs of an Outrageous Girl

This memoir from a true counterculture icon has an important place in music history and culture; it will appeal to those eager to read more about the era.

I Remember Everything: Life Lessons from Dawson’s Creek

This light and breezy work will be thoroughly enjoyed by über-fans of Dawson’s Creek and might inspire neophytes to binge the whole series. Purchase where popular culture titles circulate well.

Sonic Warrior: My Life as a Rock n Roll Reprobate (Tales of Sex, Drugs, and Vomiting at Inopportune Moments)

Brutus estimates that he’s attended more than 3,000 music events; it’s wonderful that he’s able to share some of his best memories with readers. Recommended for music fans, especially those with a metal bent.

Doomed To Fail: The Incredibly Loud History of Doom, Sludge, and Post-Metal

Anselmi’s conversational tone, fervid storytelling, and passion for his subject combine for a fascinating piece of music history that the obsessive cult of metal fans will devour.


A promising and ambitious effort despite its drawbacks, this work is recommended for fans of debut novels, historical fiction, and books about small-town America.

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