Verse, Chorus, Monster!: Graham Coxon

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Verse, Chorus, Monster!: Graham Coxon

Verse, Chorus, Monster!: Graham Coxon

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In the daily Star, for instance, Linda Dugg wrote some fake news about me having an affair with Emma Anderson from Lush.

g.a hans tjej och Morrissey (det sistnämnda en ganska kul anledning) vilket slutade med att han fick anemi, en bra story i efterhand men säkert hemskt då. A charming, brutal and bloody, at times laugh out loud funny, and beautifully-written memoir of wild highs and lows, hedonism and healing.Reading about his extensive therapy, I can understand his motivations for doing this but the result is a book that skips over several key instances with minimal detail. Sedan kan det vara svårt att säga negativa saker om folk, för vår tolkning av ett minne kan vara drastisk annorlunda från någon annans. Coxon can be lyrical when talking about the music he loves – from the Who to obscure US band Mission of Burma – but his tone is mostly matter-of-fact.

Someone else wrote in their review that they ended up liking him less after reading the book and I know exactly what they mean.In any case, there is sufficient detail in the book for you to understand how Graham came to leave Blur, in fact a huge part of the book is the story of how it came about. Paul Weller från the Jam nämns också flertal gånger, vilket är gulligt med tanke på hans senaste medverkan som förband på deras Wembley gig. There were also many times throughout the book where I felt he skimmed over any of his own short-comings and the impact that he may have had on situations instead I felt he chose to quietly point the finger at whoever the other person was without directly saying so. Jag bryr mig inte om det var en spökskrivare som skrev boken, och bara skrev ned allt genom konversation- JAG BRYR MIG INTE. Firstly because I thought Coxon was an alright bloke but he really hasn’t held back in showing everyone his true self.

It does, however, retell a set of familiar tales – Britpop, the madness that is fame, band strife, addiction – with disarming candour.When ‘She’s so high’ was released, it was as though they were issuing the permission to join their cool gang to stare at the floor, and gently reflect on life whilst noticing the beauty of the world… and then as I grew, they evolved and boy did they look up from the shoe gaze, and fully embrace/part dictate 90s culture… but the quiet guitar player was still the shoe gaze, introspective talent on the side, that didn’t seem to be as naturally lairy through the changes - how unfair was the Frankie Boyle description that left this influencer at the end of the comedy descriptive list as an unknown quantity?

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