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Reviews

  • David Hepworth's books go against one of the core rules of rock & roll. You are supposed to get worse the more you release. He doesn't seem to get that. This latest may be his best. Where's the tradition in that?

    Danny Baker
  • Hepworth's ability to mock subjects he has a clear affection for and cast well-worn anecdotes in a fresh light makes his history of rock'n'roll's special relationship a zippy delight

    The Times
  • A waspish and witty book

    The Herald
  • Fascinating and entertaining

    Hot Press Magazine
  • Another tremendously enjoyable read, full of good stories, expertly told: in other words, satisfaction guaranteed

    The Spectator

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