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Fucked by Rock: The Unspeakable Confessions of Zodiac Mindwarp

by Mark Manning

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Introduction by Bill Drummond. Hailed by the Cult's Ian Astbury as 'the biggest thing this century' when they exploded into existence in 1986, Zodiac Mindwarp and The Love Reaction were the most outrageous rock band on the planet. Zodiac himself was incarnated by former comic illustrator and self-confessed acid casualty Mark Manning. He recalls astonishing, often shocking episodes and events from a decade of debauchery, derangement and brain-dmaging excess. Illustrated throughout, this is the ultimate rock'n'roll testament, a scream from post-rock purgatory.… (more)

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Completely over the top, this is the rock version of "120 Days of Sodom", only funnier. It doesn't get much more rock. ( )
  bongo_x | Apr 6, 2013 |
Hilarious & extraordinarily offensive. If you're one of those long-gone codgers who believe they're above offense than read this and marvel at the gall, the smarm, the utter disregard for every social progress of the past half-century. British rock'n'hell debauchees tour western Europe and find much to rape & pillage. I say I don't believe all of it but that might just be wishful thinking. Highly recommended for anyone that likes music biographies. You needn't be a fan of Zodiac Mindwarp to enjoy this. Mark Manning has that sneery multiply-ironic British intellect that is so frustrating and funny. Oh, and FYI, he hates us 'mericans.
  ashleybessbrown | Mar 18, 2007 |
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Introduction by Bill Drummond. Hailed by the Cult's Ian Astbury as 'the biggest thing this century' when they exploded into existence in 1986, Zodiac Mindwarp and The Love Reaction were the most outrageous rock band on the planet. Zodiac himself was incarnated by former comic illustrator and self-confessed acid casualty Mark Manning. He recalls astonishing, often shocking episodes and events from a decade of debauchery, derangement and brain-dmaging excess. Illustrated throughout, this is the ultimate rock'n'roll testament, a scream from post-rock purgatory.

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