Green Day: Rebels With a Cause
Omnibus Press, 28 okt. 2009 - 296 pagina's
Rebels With A Cause is an in-depth account of Green Day's 20-year journey from their scrappy high school band days to international stardom.
It's a punk-roots journey told through incisive interviews and first-hand accounts that expose as much about the music scene as the band members themselves!
From their 1994 major label debut album Dookie to the award-winning American Idiot, Green Day have now successfully taken the spirit of punk into the world of stadium-rock.
Written by Gillian G. Gaar, this intimate and perceptive band biography tells exactly how they did it and reveals what success has meant to these feted Californian champions of alternative rock.
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