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Never Fade Away: The Kurt Cobain Story Format Kindle

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Longueur : 172 pages Composition améliorée: Activé Langue : Anglais

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Never Fade Away is Dave Thompson's inside look at the life of one of the most thought-provoking men of all time - Kurt Cobain. Examining an artisitic genius who was light years ahead of his time, this is an unfailing account of Nirvana's rise and Cobain eventual descent.


"Thank you all from the pit of my burning, nauseous stomach for your letters and concerns during the last years."--Kurt Cobain, April, 1994

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 1542 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 172 pages
  • Editeur : St. Martin's Paperbacks (15 juin 1994)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B006JRHG32
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Ce livre est assez intéressant, il se lit assez vite, mais je n'y ai pas trouvé le charme que je trouve d'habitude aux biographies. On y apprend quelques anecdotes, mais rien de très marquant. Il est clair que le travail d'investigation de l'auteur est très important, mais en définitive, le livre n'aboutit pas à révéler plus que ce qu' un fan du groupe ne sache déjà. J'ai aussi trouvé la chronologie des événements assez confuse. Peut-être la vie de Kurt Cobain ne se prête pas à une biographie, ou l'auteur n'avait pas assez de recul sur le personnage de son livre. Il me semble que cette biographie reste trop à la surface de la vie du chanteur, mais il est difficile de savoir si une investigation en profondeur aurait été possible, car celle-ci dépend beaucoup de la volonté de l'entourage de l'artiste à révéler la personnalité de l'homme et à partager les moments intimes d'une vie. Toutefois, la lecture de ce livre reste agréable, et j'ai trouvé l'épilogue particulièrement émouvant.
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HASH(0x8e0fd810) étoiles sur 5 it reads like vanity fair. 24 octobre 1999
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this is by far the WORST kurt cobain book i have ever read. the entire thing reads like a tabloid, and anyone who didnt pick up on that fact obviously knows absolutely nothing about nirvana. dave thompson never met kurt cobain, so he didnt have any firsthand experience with the band. he portrays kurt as a total hero, and courtney love as a horrible talent-draining heroin addict. ive also noticed that the only people who seem to have enjoyed this book are the ones who have watched kurt and courtney, believed hank harrison, and proclaimed themselves nirvana experts. if you want a read nirvana book, get come as you are by michael azzerad.
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HASH(0x8e0fdc78) étoiles sur 5 Don't Bother 25 avril 2001
Par Nancy - Publié sur
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This is one of the worst books on Kurt Cobain's life and death that I have read to date. The entire tone of the book is that of some naughty little boys sharing in a conspiracy that they know they are not supposed to be involved in. The book focuses almost entirely on the death of Kurt Cobain, as if that were the most important part of his life. It almost even seems to take a giddy delight in the fact the man killed himself. It provides no insightful information about the man or any unique research, and everything that it does manage to provide is entirely one-sided. I doubt very much that the man who wrote this book had ever even met Kurt Cobain when he decided to write a biography of his life. The book presents information almost entirely from the public face that Kurt put forward. It attempts to shroud the man in mystery and put him up on some kind of pedestal. It even states at one point that "really, idols should not be demystified" (pg. 5). Obviously this book was trying very hard to uphold that credo. If you want a good, factual representation of Nirvana, I would suggest first and foremost "Come As You Are" by Michael Azerrad. That is a truly excellent book by a reporter for Rolling Stone. This is a man who actually SPENT TIME with the band. It gives you the entire story of Nirvana, as well as making Kurt Cobain a real person, and shedding real light on his intriguing personality. I would also suggest "Who Killed Kurt Cobain? The Mysterious Death of an Icon" by Ian Halperin and Max Wallace. This has an excellent history of Cobain's life, and sheds some fascinating facts on the dubiousness of his death. The two books I've listed above are both extremely relevant and are all taken from fairly objective viewpoints. "Never Fade Away," on the other hand, is a sugar coated book of Kurt's life, intended to make good sales and nothing more. The way it revels in the dark life the singer makes me think more of some kind of tabloid magazine than any real biography. My advice, if it isn't already apparent, is, don't bother.
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HASH(0x8e0fdc9c) étoiles sur 5 it was okay... 29 novembre 1999
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NEVER FADE AWAY may not be a really great book but it was interesting to read. I've always been a big fan of Nirvana and I try to get hold of everything I could get about them to add to my collection. If you've read COME AS YOU ARE by Michael Azzerad, and you're not really a die-hard Nirvana fan, I suggest you skip reading NEVER FADE AWAY. I know of some people who got ticked off with it. However, if you're a big fan and you're willing to try anything, this book is somehow okay to read. But don't expect to be so immersed in in it that you'll have a hard time putting it down. Considering that it was a paperback (and me being a BIG FAN), it took me two long weeks to read the book...
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HASH(0x8e0fdbdc) étoiles sur 5 get this book 3 avril 2001
Par jackie - Publié sur
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Never Fade Away gives a lot of interesting informaton on the life of Kurt Cobain. The first half of the book really focuses on Kurt's early life, even before he joined a band and began making albums. It is interesting to discover what Cobain did as a child (such as becoming a really good wrestler) and to find out how the divorce of his parents effected his life so much. This book also shares the second half of Kurt's life with the readers, and the struggles he had to overcome to become a successful rock star. We learn of Nirvana's problems with choosing a good label, and get to read about interesting stories, such as the time Nirvana almost refused to play at the MTV Video Awards unless they could play "Rape Me". Although it was a little short, I suggest that any fan of Nirvana should read this book.
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HASH(0x8e100108) étoiles sur 5 Not enough info 3 juillet 2000
Par Curtis Jones - Publié sur
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This book was good in some parts about how his childhood was a factor in Kurt's suicide. The photo of his body being carried out to the examiner's van was pretty disturbing and sad. Overall, a very mediocre book. R.I.P Kurt!
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