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Book Title: Green Day: Rebels with a Cause|
The author of the book: Gillian G. Gaar
ISBN 13: 9780825673351
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 679 KB
Edition: Omnibus Press
Date of issue: June 1st 2007
Read full description of the books Green Day: Rebels with a Cause:Rebels With a Cause is an in-depth account of Green Day's 20-year journey from their scrappy high school band days to international stardom. It's a punk-roots journey told through incisive interviews and first-hand accounts that expose as much about the music scene as the band members themselves. From their 1994 major label debut album Dookie to the award winning American Idiot, Green Day have now successfully taken the spirit of punk into the world of stadium-rock. This intimate and perceptive band biography tells exactly how they did it and reveals what success has meant to these feted Californian champions of alternative rock.
Read information about the authorI write regularly about music, entertainment, and travel. I enjoy taking pictures for my articles and books as well. My very first book was "She's A Rebel: The History of Women in Rock & Roll," first published in 1992, and updated in 2002; Yoko Ono wrote the book's preface, and it still gives me a thrill to see her name on the cover. Other areas of expertise include Nirvana, the Beatles, and Elvis, all of whom I've written books about. I've also written for a variety of publications around the world, including Mojo, Rolling Stone, Goldmine (where I had regular Beatles and Elvis columns), and many others. I was also a senior editor at legendary Seattle music publication "The Rocket."
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