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

Hallelujah The Extraordinary Story of Shaun Ryder and Happy Mondays The extraordinary and hilarious story of Shaun Ryder and Happy Mondays with contributions from Tony Wilson Bez Chris Moyles and Fatboy Slim and the cooperation of Ryder himselfCredited with a ran

  • Title: Hallelujah!: The Extraordinary Story of Shaun Ryder and Happy Mondays
  • Author: John Warburton
  • ISBN: 9780753507810
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Paperback
  • The extraordinary and hilarious story of Shaun Ryder and Happy Mondays, with contributions from Tony Wilson, Bez, Chris Moyles, and Fatboy Slim, and the cooperation of Ryder himselfCredited with a range of achievements, from creating Madchester and introducing indie kids to dance music to bringing ecstasy to Britain, the Happy Mondays were the rock n roll story that beggThe extraordinary and hilarious story of Shaun Ryder and Happy Mondays, with contributions from Tony Wilson, Bez, Chris Moyles, and Fatboy Slim, and the cooperation of Ryder himselfCredited with a range of achievements, from creating Madchester and introducing indie kids to dance music to bringing ecstasy to Britain, the Happy Mondays were the rock n roll story that beggared belief In Shaun Ryder they had an inspired gutter poet and in his sidekick Bez they had a cultural icon Here is the story of how this hapless group of ruffians, thieves, thugs, and dealers, prompted by boredom, drugs, and a visit from the taxman, got their act back together after six long years and played a sell out world tour Along the way a man was set on fire, an orgy was staged, someone nearly drowned, and every single band member got lost in Europe There were guns, writs, jellyfish, fights, copious amounts of class As, and a skull on a stick.

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    • Hedonism and nihilism coming straight outta Manchester! There is little doubt that reading this book had an impact on the writing of Drug Gang, even though this is a rock n’ roll biography and Drug Gang is a crime novel.Happy Mondays are one of the most important and influential bands ever to emerge from Manchester. Their music formed part of the soundtrack to Manchester’s hedonistic club scene in the late 1980s and early 1990s, a club scene that continued to thrive into the early 2000s, whe [...]


    • "[It] turned into some sort of Carry On movie meets Fear and Loathing, with the whole band and crew staggering drunkenly from one comic moment to the next." That sums up not just the 1999 tour, but the whole book. It's the funniest thing I've read in at least a year. Hallelujah was written in 2000 by a Daily Sport journalist, but contrary to stereotype there are a very reasonable number of words of more than two syllables, and nothing outrageously offensive in the narrative - it's just laddish, [...]



    • Written by a Daily Sport hack, and boy does it show. The prose is stilted and hackneyed, but scratch beneath that Formica veneer and there are some buried gems.The main focus is on the Happy Mondays reunion gigs, but the dynamics of the group are fully explored and laid bare.Perhaps because of the poor writing, for me, the "talking heads" type inserts offer the sharpest insights into the world of Mr Ryder et al.Not as good as Bez's Freaky Dancin' in my humble opinion, but if you like the era and [...]




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