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All Blacked Out & Nowhere to Go

by Bucky Sinister

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As much as I loved reading the poetry I don't know how to review it. ( )
  pussreboots | Jul 28, 2013 |
I love all of Bucky's books (well, except for the self-help one that i haven't read due to the fact that I'm neither a man nor an alcoholic) and even though my favorite poems are from Whiskey and Robots (which is the first half of this book), this book is great too. ( )
  doc_illusion | Sep 2, 2009 |
I do not really like poetry and I loved this book. My favorite poems "The Day the Angels Died" and "james beam". ( )
  rc6750 | Jan 19, 2009 |
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Bucky Sinister recounts his life through the sound of punk rock in this loud, fast, poetic memior. His love affair with punk comes full circle as he learns to hate it and then learns to love it again. The pieces in this book take us from his Southern roots, his brief stay in St. Louis, and his journey to California on a quest for punk bliss. Sinister finds himself in Oakland, where he gets exactly what he wanted, but it may just kill him. From recounts of specific shows to metaphorical dreams of Abraham Lincoln to the tragic stories of circus elephants, All Blacked Out & Nowhere to Go mixes tragedy and comedy into a book that's louder and faster than any book of its kind.

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