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No Sleep 'til Sudbury: Adventures in 80s Hard Rock and Metal Deconstruction Paperback – January 17, 2012
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Brent Jensen does a great job capturing the bleak and pop-culturally isolated life of small town Northern Ontario. At times it is highly personal and self-reflective, while also weaving an encyclopedic tapestry of metal culture and speaking to the general impact music has on our lives. It is a highly entertaining and witty book with sections that are written in an intimate style that makes you feel you are leaning in close to hear a story from an old friend.
All in all, a hilarious book full of fascinating information about 80s metal and interesting anecdotes around music and small town Canada. A highly entertaining and thoughtful glimpse into the mind of a metal head from Northern Ontario.
Nice job Brent....
Q1043 FM NYC
The part where you were staring at the OZ record cover was sooo funny. I also thought it checked all the right boxes until the bald dude on the back. I still bought it though. LOL.
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Any real fan of music will love this book. I was astounded by the memories of my own adolescence and youth that stirred by reading Jensen's account. Read morePublished on October 23, 2014 by Dodie Woodard
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It takes a true wordsmith and a master storyteller to create a compelling read based on a subject that (in hindsight) was inherently dumb. Read morePublished on August 4, 2012 by Christopher Long