Apathy for the Devil - Paperback 1
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|About the Author||In 2002 Nick Kent was presented with the NME 'God Like Genius' award for his 30-year career as a rock writer. He is a contributor to the Guardian, The Times, Liberation, Mojo and GQ . --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.|
|Author 1||Nick Kent|
|Editorial Review||RollingStone, “25 Coolest Rock Memoirs” The Onion’s AV Club, 9/1/10 “Apathy ping-pongs easily between personal reminiscences and more general overviews of rock’s shape each year.” Goldmine, 10/1 “A vibrant story, an autobiography that never hits auto-pilot” Library Journal, 9/24 “A candid, graphic, and fascinating memoir of [Kent’s] 1970s… Amazing true stories on every page… Highly recommended for anyone interested in the dark days of rock and in British rock journalism.” Hartford Advocate, 10/15/10 “Nearly every page of Apathy contains a scene about which you find yourself muttering out loud, ‘No way,’ and two pages later Kent has fleshed it out so completely that you can almost hear him responding ‘Way’…If you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall to rock ‘n’ roll debauchery, Nick Kent is your man.” Buffalo News “Apathy is not some sordid tale of rockstar trainspotting…Kent mattered (and matters still) because he was a great writer, a passionate music love and a man able to tap into the cultural zeitgeist at will. Essential reading for anyone who cares about the rock culture of the ‘70s.” Glide Magazine, 10/27/10 “[A]nyone who can write a memoir that includes folks like David Bowie, Chrissie Hynde, Lou Reed, and Keith Richards and never comes off as a name-dropper must be telling a pretty good story, wouldn’t you say?”|
|Publisher||Faber & Faber UK|