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Hallelujah!: The Extraordinary Return of Shaun Ryder and Happy Mondays

by John Warburton

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Prompted by a surprise tax bill, Shaun Ryder decided to reform Happy Mondays and tour with the band in 1999. John Warburton, his close confidant, went along for the ride and this is his portrayal of one of the most bizarre, narcotic reunion tours in history.
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Prompted by a surprise tax bill, Shaun Ryder decided to reform Happy Mondays and tour with the band in 1999. John Warburton, his close confidant, went along for the ride and this is his portrayal of one of the most bizarre, narcotic reunion tours in history.

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