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Elvis Died For Somebody's Sins...
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Mick Farren divides his time between music and literature, with digressions into psychedelic agitprop. His life as a recording artist began by fronting the anarchic pre-punk The Deviants and has continued with his lyrics being recorded by Metallica, Motorhead, Hawkwind and Wayne Kramer. He learned his trade as a writer in the heady days of the underground press. At the NME in 1970s, he helped explain the dawn of punk to a worried world. He has published twenty-two novels and more than a dozen non-fiction works, including the bestselling Elvis And The Colonel.

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..". Mick Farren's primal 'up against the wall, motherfucker' rock'n'roll polemics. The hidden history of the 20th century and beyond. He was there and you weren't. Listen up, children!" -- Richard Metzger, Dangerous Minds
.".. Mick Farren's primal 'up against the wall, motherfucker' rock'n'roll polemics. The hidden history of the 20th century and beyond. He was there and you weren't. Listen up, children!" -- Richard Metzger, Dangerous Minds
"Farren's fertile imagination has a snaggletoothed bite all if its own." - NME
"Just in time for the Aztec calendar to run out comes this collection of Mick Farren's primal 'up against the wall, motherfucker' style of rock'n'roll polemics... The hidden history of the 20th century and beyond. He was there and you weren't. Listen up, children!" Richard Metzger, Dangerous Minds
"Mick Farren has had a long illustrious career as an infamous editor, journalist and English rock star...(He) has important points to make about the times we live in." - New York Paper

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