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Hit Men: Power Brokers and Fast Money Inside the Music Business

by Fredric Dannen

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classic. read it if you work in music, are intrigued by it, are a fan of dylan, springsteen or neil young ( )
  burningdervish | Nov 29, 2016 |
Engaging look at the onslaught of 80s payola in the U.S. music industry. ( )
  neomarxisme | Feb 25, 2007 |
Backstabbing, manupulation, money, power, sex, parties, drugs, Clive Davis, David Geffen, Walter Yenikkof, and so much more. . . By FAR one of the best books I've read. This is like a movie styled account of the behind ths scenes powermoves and power players of the music business up until about the early 90's. Any one who is intrigued by entertainment, artists, executives and powerstruggles should read this. ( )
  NightShadow | Jun 30, 2006 |
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A nauseatingly honest and therefore controversial expose of the base beings that inhabit the higher levels of the music industry. Filled with horror stories that will confirm your worst suspicions about the toxicity of what my friends and I call "Planet CD Wood."

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:17:52 -0400)

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