'Style pundit and editor of GQ Dylan Jones certainly knows his stuff and writes with a lively style, and the appendices at the back are invaluable...potential playlists.' OBSERVER (13.3.06) '[you] could be hooked from Dylan Jones's first breathless prod at the upload, so insistent is his obsession.' SUNDAY TELEGRAPH (19.3.06) 'Jones is genuinely infatuated with the ipod. For the reader his enthusiasm is invigorating.' EVENING HERALD (25.3.06) 'The author hits just the right notes of humour and nostalgia in recreating the sights, sounds and trends of the 1970s and 1980s, as he takes us on a personal (and often painfully frank) trip through his youth, his career and the love of his life: music. Chock full of cultural history, gossip, celebrity anecdotes, this is an effortlessly entertaining treat.' -- Declan Cashin IRISH TIMES (3.6.06)
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About the Author
Dylan Jones is the editor-in-chief of British GQ. A four time Magazine Editor of the Year award winner, he was formerly the editor of Arena and i-D. He has also been an editor at the Face, the Sunday Times and the Observer. His previous book, Jim Morrison: Dark Star, was a New York Times bestseller.