Radiohead: Interviews 1991-2000 Book Coming
As the fourth title to emerge in just two months from New Jersey's own Rock Reader Books, it allows Radiohead devotees to look back on the band's tremendous first decade. Chronicling its emergence as On A Friday, Interviews 1991-2000 traces the group's evolution from Pablo Honey, The Bends, OK! Computer and Kid A.
Music scribe John D. Luerssen compiles the group's musical advancement from "Creep" blasting alt-rock upstarts all the way through to the sonic, minimalist departure of "Idioteque". As RADIOHEAD takes fans on a journey back to its first four studio records and related tours, one can't help but be awestruck by the band's achievements during this fruitful era.
Exploring the group's steady climb to world domination, Radiohead: Interviews 1991-2000 is a must-own title for fans of the band. And for those eager to get this book in time for Christmas and/or Chanukah, the book can be ordered directly from Rock Reader Books here: (http://www.lulu.com/content/5107186)
An official release to online retailers and traditional stores will occur in March 2009.
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