Album artwork for Renegade : The Lives and Tales Of Mark E Smith by Mark E Smith

Still going after thirty years, The Fall are one of the most distinctive British bands, their music - odd,spare, cranky and repetitious - an acknowledged influence on The Smiths, The Happy Mondays, Nirvana and Franz Ferdinand. And Mark E. Smith IS The Fall - 47 members have come and gone over the years yet he remains its charismatic leader, a professional outsider and all-round enemy of compromise, a true enigma. There have been a number of biographies of the legendary Smith, but this is the first time he has opened up in a full autobiography. For the first time we get to hear his full, candid take on the ups and downs of a band as notorious for its in-house fighting as for its great music; and on a life that has endured prison in America, drugs, bankruptcy, divorce, and the often bleak results of a legendary thirst.

Mark E Smith

Renegade : The Lives and Tales Of Mark E Smith

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Released 28/04/2008Catalogue Number

9780141028668

Mark E Smith

Renegade : The Lives and Tales Of Mark E Smith

Penguin
Album artwork for Album artwork for Renegade : The Lives and Tales Of Mark E Smith by Mark E Smith by Renegade : The Lives and Tales Of Mark E Smith - Mark E Smith
Album artwork for Renegade : The Lives and Tales Of Mark E Smith by Mark E Smith
Paperback

£3.00

Paperback

Released 28/04/2008Catalogue Number

9780141028668

Still going after thirty years, The Fall are one of the most distinctive British bands, their music - odd,spare, cranky and repetitious - an acknowledged influence on The Smiths, The Happy Mondays, Nirvana and Franz Ferdinand. And Mark E. Smith IS The Fall - 47 members have come and gone over the years yet he remains its charismatic leader, a professional outsider and all-round enemy of compromise, a true enigma. There have been a number of biographies of the legendary Smith, but this is the first time he has opened up in a full autobiography. For the first time we get to hear his full, candid take on the ups and downs of a band as notorious for its in-house fighting as for its great music; and on a life that has endured prison in America, drugs, bankruptcy, divorce, and the often bleak results of a legendary thirst.