Appetite for Destruction

Appetite for Destruction

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Whether it's hanging around with Marillion's Fish in Berlin, seeing Whitesnake fail to ignite 1985's Rock in Rio, talking through old times with Jimmy Page in his Berkshire pile or following Ozzy Osbourne to Moscow, there isn't a rock luminary that Wall hasn't cross-examined or kept the flame burning with at some point over the last thirty years. Here, amongst several pieces, he catches Lars Ullrich just on the cusp of world domination; has dinner with Ritchie Blackmore on the eve of a Deep Purple comeback; and is up all night in LA with W. Axl Rose. APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION gathers together Wall's journalism for Kerrang!, for whom he was the star writer in their eighties heyday. It also features brand-new introductions to all the pieces, written with maybe less hair but also the benefit of twenty years' hindsight.a#39;Berlin has had a lot to do with it, too, because youa#39;re removed from it all here, which youa#39;re not at home any more. ... You told me you still had one more lyric to write for the album. Which one? a#39;The happy optimistic one!a#39; He bursts out laughing ... understand how people can fucking say that: a€œI dona#39;t want to change the worlda€.

Title:Appetite for Destruction
Author:Mick Wall
Publisher:Hachette UK - 2010-03-11


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