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|Title||:||Hip Priest: The Story of Mark E. Smith and the Fall|
|Format Type||:||Unknown Binding|
|Number of Pages||:||306 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Hip Priest: The Story of Mark E. Smith and the Fall Reviews
I'm always interested in, and a pursuivant of the poptastic from my home town. 'Hip Priest' by Simon Ford (2003) is one of a number of biographies pertaining to Mark E. Smith and The Fall.I discover that the only link I have with M.E.S. (the man,not the ailment) is we both worked on Salford docks in the early 1970's.Ford's biography documents the turbulence of twenty five years of The Fall. The vast album back catalogue, the equally immense band line-ups. Smith has fired more musicians than Alan Sugar has had hot dinners. The madness and tumult of the tours. Was it Hunter S. Thompson who wrote, 'when the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.' Citizen Smith, leader of the anti-social workers union, fits that adage.Here is the story of John Peel's favourite band. Certainly not to all tastes. Prepare a reduced stock of punk and mix in diced chunks of Captain Beefheart. Bring to the boil, add cyber insekt and stir in some John Lee Hooker on acid, then season with a pinch of Gong. Simmer for a quarter of a century. Serve cold. Eat when totally wired-ah.
This is the infamous biography written without the cooperation of Mark E. Smith. And so it's a tad flawed, but still gossipy and revealing. I didn't know, for example that Mark was such a fiery-eyed feminist at the beginning (which probably explains why there's always been at least one woman in the band). The funny thing is, nowadays Mark does much more to embarrass himself than any unauthorized biography could possibly do. Still, he's my all-time fave.
fantastic Mr Mark E smiths Life