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Verse, Chorus, Monster!: Graham Coxon

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Or detailing how his home recording system works but failing to mention a single thing about any of his partners.

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. if you've read up on any blur lore then this doesn't introduce anything new into the equation, save for a few anecdotes and insight on graham's non-blur process, however i did enjoy hearing ab some of these events from graham's pov immensely, especially since i find him painfully relatable. As someone who's gone back and watched various interviews with him again and again, I'm the book's target audience.I think a cut and paste lo-fi This Is Memorial Device splatter blast of influences and incidents would have been more engaging; like much of the book, I get the impression Coxon needs steering towards the things he feels but cannot grasp. Among the noise and clamour of the Britpop era, Blur co-founder Graham Coxon managed to carve out a niche to become one of the most innovative and respected guitarists of his generation - but it wasn't always easy. Detta kan man säga om varenda person i boken; Dave, Alex, alla hans romantiska partners, hans föräldrar osv. Firstly because I thought Coxon was an alright bloke but he really hasn’t held back in showing everyone his true self. As Blur bossed the 90s, and Damon Albarn’s bouncy songs about Englishness came to exemplify Britpop, Graham Coxon could usually be found scowling at the back of the band’s group shots.

is the memoir of iconic British musician and Blur co-founder Graham Coxon, charting a life of music, fame, addiction and art. Much has been written about the tensions within the band at certain points but this is largely skimmed over within the book, very little opinion is ever given, Graham sugar coats the facts. Graham has already admitted many times in the past that his alcoholism has impacted his relationships with Blur members and romantic partners, (something which was reiterated several times again in the book), and he has worked through these steps as part of his recovery process. Graham Coxon manages that with his solo work, Blur reunions and his recent memoir, Verse, Chorus, Monster!Efter år av turnerande tillsammans är det inte orimligt att vilja testa något nytt på eget håll, men det är fint att dom hittar tillbaka till varandra. The whole Britpop scene annoyed me at the time which is a shame as I missed out especially with bands like Pulp and Oasis at the helm. Jo, ja, jag vet saker som jag inte viste förut, men dessa sakerna skapar inte en större bild på han eller han omgivning.

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