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Zealot in Wonderland: The Wildhearts: One Love, One Life, One Band

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Full of laughs, introspection and rock ‘n’ roll antics, Zealot in Wonderland is the story of one man’s unexpected thrust into a powerful obsession with British rock band The Wildhearts. Like every honeymoon period, this one begins with the sun in the sky and the stars to aim for. However, as I get to grips with my own life, relationships, and debilitating depression, what ...more
Paperback, 350 pages
Published May 19th 2017
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Ian
Aug 11, 2017 rated it it was amazing
If you are reading this review chances are you are a fan of The Wildhearts and Ginger. Chances are you are not as big a fan as Gary Davidson. The title gives are fair indication of his love, passion, obsession - call it what you will with the band/the man. The book is a real labour of love that covers a period of 20 years from the debut ep Mondo Akimbo A-Go-Go to Ginger's groundbreaking 555% triple album.
The book brought back memories of the gigs over the years and a reminder of what a prolific
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Stephen Hines
Jul 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This was a great book that provided a fan's perspective on the most underrated rock band on the planet: The Wildhearts. It's chock full of details about the history of the band as it unfolded plus the author details his struggles with depression. Since I'm a complete fanboy of this band and have an anxiety disorder, there was so much that I could relate to.
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Genuinely superb - a must-read for any Wildhearts fan, and it should be high on the list of anyone who’s ever loved ANY band, it’s that relatable.
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