Published 13 years ago, Slash still stands as one of the seminal rock autobiographies of all time- and why wouldn’t it be? From cover to cover it’s nothing short of eventful, ranging from the inspiring and enthralling to the humorous and downright tragic; following one Saul “Slash” Hudson through his youth and formation as a…

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It’s pretty well understood at this point that the music industry of yesteryear when physical units were king is no more. Since the peak of CD sales at the turn of the millennium and the legal shutdown of Napster, the industry has undergone a long slide in revenue over a span of 15 years and…

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This is part three of a three-part series of reviews, or at least summaries of books that document the history of the music industry from the 1950s up to the present day; intended, as the books are to be educational, informative and laced with my personal take. Take it for what it’s worth and hopefully…

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This is part two of a three-part series of reviews, or at least summaries of books that document the history of the music industry from the 1950s up to the present day; intended, as the books are to be educational, informative and laced with my personal take. Take it for what it’s worth and hopefully…

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This is part one of a three-part series of reviews, or at least summaries of books that document the history of the music industry from the 1950s up to the present day; intended, as the books are to be educational, informative and laced with my personal take. Take it for what it’s worth and hopefully…

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Sex, drugs and rock and roll. From The Dirt to Slash to Hammer Of The Gods and Does The Noise In My Head Bother You?, You’ve heard it all before- or have you? One of the more remarkable rock stories that was never adequately covered in full was that of the mighty Van Halen, something…

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