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Interesting life he has lived, but overall the book was a bit of a meh I read it because I m a fan of early Stranglers and wish he would have writtenabout that time RIP Dave Greenfield Your playing turned my ears on to the Stranglers sound 2.5 Stars rounded up cuz I m feeling generous. Excellent book and a good insight into Hugh, and having been a fan of the Stranglers, as well as of Hugh, this book was a no brainer really The autobiography of Hugh Cornwell, guitarist and songwriter for a very unique band called The Stranglers They were lumped into the punk rock category in the late 70s, but never really fit in The music these guys created was complex, musical, melodic and lyrical in a way that suggested good educations They were notorious for some of theirintimidating lyrics and off stage behavior, and therefore accepted by punks and non punks alike, but they never boxed themselves in with any of those The autobiography of Hugh Cornwell, guitarist and songwriter for a very unique band called The Stranglers They were lumped into the punk rock category in the late 70s, but never really fit in The music these guys created was complex, musical, melodic and lyrical in a way that suggested good educations They were notorious for some of theirintimidating lyrics and off stage behavior, and therefore accepted by punks and non punks alike, but they never boxed themselves in with any of those rules about how how to dress or how to set your guitar and amp to get the punk sound They played their own style and stood apart from the rest This book goes into the origins of the band, their misadventures on the road, their drug abuses, and Cornwell s eventual exit from the band He s now a solo artist, and when you listen to the Stranglers without him and compare them to his post Stranglers solo work, you realize that Hugh Cornwell was the band If you remember the Stranglers in their prime late 70s glory and want a little taste of the UK music scene in those crazed, legendary days, this is a fun read A strangely disappointing read, especially so considering The Stranglers were one of the most important bands of my youth It s not because Hugh admits to being a Cliff Richard fan or his endless waffles about foreign holidays, it s simply that unlike his old band this book lacks punch. I m very sorry to say this book was a crushing disappointment, and I d looked forward to reading it for SO long It s just one anecdote after another, most of which are disjointed, abbreviated and flow into the following one, without concluding Overpriced and underwritten The man s such a fascinating character, and I love him to bits, but this book ain t all it s cracked up to be Shame. Great read and a big fan. Its ok Good insight into Hugh the person I think his previous book, Song by Song told usabout his time in the band and his relationships with his colleagues This isa historical plot and a collection of anecdotes. I love Hugh Cornwell and The Stranglers have done some epic songs BUT this book was disorganised and dull (FREE PDF) ⚾ A Multitude of Sins: Golden Brown, The Stranglers and Strange Little Girls: The Autobiography  New Paperback Chapter IncludedCover pic by Pennie SmithA leading figure of the punk era, Hugh was lead singer, guitarist, and main songwriter with The Stranglers, and now brings his unique style, humor, and insight to describe the story of his life Beginning with Hugh s decision to leave The Stranglers in , the book explores, in full and frank detail, why this key moment in UK music history has never been fully explained The book also covers the heady days of early punk in London, described by someone who was at its epicenter, right there with the Sex Pistols, the Clash, and the Damned The life and times of one of the most notorious and gifted rock groups of the s and s, are described in detail, including the drug busts, fights, prison terms and in one case the tying up of journalists Throughout this time Hugh encountered a host of other extraordinary people Malcolm McClaren, Joe Strummer, Kate Bush, and Debbie Harry, to name a few, and he recounts the outrageous times he lived through with them, as well as providing an inside take on the other members of The Stranglers Nicolas Jouin: Ein Beitrag Zur Geschichte Des Jansenismus Und Der Zeit VOR Der Franz�sischen Revolution (Classic Reprint) The Stranglers and Strange Little Girls: The Autobiography  New Paperback Chapter IncludedCover pic by Pennie SmithA leading figure of the punk era Perekonomian Indonesia Hugh was lead singer Das Winterlesebuch guitarist Nachtschwarz (Elfenblüte, and main songwriter with The Stranglers The Legend of Banzai Maguire and now brings his unique style The Legend of Banzai Maguire humor Deadlands and insight to describe the story of his life Beginning with Hugh s decision to leave The Stranglers in Blinders the book explores Blind Hope (a Sequel to Blinders) in full and frank detail Crashed in Oasis why this key moment in UK music history has never been fully explained The book also covers the heady days of early punk in London BTEC Nationals Sport Student Book 1 + Activebook: For the 2016 specifications (BTEC Nationals Sport 2016) described by someone who was at its epicenter O Mundo Em Que Vivi right there with the Sex Pistols Nvq Level 2 Business And Administration the Clash Anne Stokes: Dragon Mage (Foiled Journal) and the Damned The life and times of one of the most notorious and gifted rock groups of the s and s Insekt are described in detail Lost In The Sand including the drug busts The Night Projectionist fights Heat prison terms and in one case the tying up of journalists Throughout this time Hugh encountered a host of other extraordinary people Malcolm McClaren The Joy of the Quickie: More Than 150 Ways to Do It Now! 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