A Multitude of Sins: Golden Brown, The Stranglers and Strange Little Girls: The Autobiography by Hugh Cornwell - PDF and EPUB eBook

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Autobiography by the singer and creative force of 70s rock group The Stranglers.This will be the first autobiography by any...

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Exact title of the book
A Multitude of Sins: Golden Brown, The Stranglers and Strange Little Girls: The Autobiography
Book author
Hugh Cornwell
Book edition
Hardcover
Number of pages
304 pages
Language
English
Published
October 1st 2004 by HarperCollins UK
File size (in PDF)
1216 kB
A Multitude of Sins: Golden Brown, The Stranglers and Strange Little Girls: The Autobiography

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Autobiography by the singer and creative force of 70s rock group The Stranglers.This will be the first autobiography by any leading figure from the punk era and the first to be written by the author, drawing from his own unique and unforgettable experiences. Hugh was lead singer, guitarist and main songwriter with The Stranglers, and he will now bring his style, humour and insight to describe the story of his life.The book will begin with a chapter about Hugh's decision to leave The Stranglers in 1990, and will explain why in full and frank detail as this key moment in UK music history has never been fully explained. The book will also cover the heady days of early punk in London, described by someone who was at its epicentre, along with the Sex Pistols, the Clash and the Damned.The life and times of The Stranglers, one of the most notorious and gifted rock groups, will be 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, who are now household names: Malcolm McClaren, Joe Strummer, Kate Bush, Debbie Harry and Hazel O'Connor, to name a few,