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The Dark Story of Eminem

by Nick Hasted

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En esta exhaustiva y vibrante biografia, Nick Hasted describe el ascenso a la fama de Eminem (de verdadero nombre Marshall Mathers), desde las escuelas y los trabajos humildes en su deteriorada ciudad natal, Detroit, hasta el estrellato mundial y la fama sin límites, aunque no exenta de controversia.
Con sólo cuatro álbumes en solitario, Eminem se ha convertido ya en algo más que un músico y un rapero; su arrolladora personalidad y su accidentada carrera han hecho de el un mito para millones de admiradores y seguidores. Más allá dela película autobiográfica 8 Millas, este libro se sumerge con todo lujo de detalles en su verdadera vida y su verdadera trayectoria.
En un Detroit dividido porla lucha de razas, el futuro rapero fue testigo de primera mano de unos conflictos sociales que alimentarían más tarde su radicalismo. Desde el abismo de una desesperanza que lo llevó al intento de suicidio,pasando por su adopción del alias de
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 071199398X, Paperback)

Nick Hasted's book traces Marshall Mather's rise to fame from the schools and workplaces of his native Detroit to global superstardom. Continually reviled, sued and criticised, Eminem continues to be a major cultural force and the author explores his impact on other stars from the Pet Shop Boys to Tori Amos. The book comes right up to date with an analysis of Eminem's success and his debut as a film star in the semi-autobiographical movie, "8 Mile".

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This title traces Marshall Mathers' rise to fame from the schools and workplaces of his native Detroit to global superstardom. Eminem's dark history is presented in a book that also includes his appearance in the autobiographical movie '8 Mile'. Previous ed.: 2003.… (more)

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