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Twisting My Melon review Í 104 º ➵ [Reading] ➷ Twisting My Melon By Shaun Ryder ➪ – Tushna-hram.ru Shaun Ryder has lived a life of glorious highs and desolate lows As lead singer of the Happy Mondays he turned Manchester into Madchester combining all the excesses of a true rock'n'roll star with mus Shaun Ryder has lived a [Reading] Twisting My Melon By Shaun Ryder Tushna hram.ru Shaun Ryder has lived a life of glorious highs and desolate lows As lead singer of the Happy Mondays he turned Manchester into Madchester combining all the excesses of a true rock'n'roll star with mus Shaun Ryder has lived a life of glorious highs and desolate lows As lead singer of the Happy Mondays he turned Manchester into Madchester combining all the excesses of a true rock'n'roll star with music and lyrics that led impresario Tony Wilson to describe.

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Him as 'the greatest poet since Yeats' The young Twisting My MOBI : scally who left school at fifteen without ever learning his alphabet had come a very long way indeed Huge chart success and a Glastonbury headline slot followed plus numerous arrests and world tours then Shaun's drug addiction reached its height Factory Records was brought to its knees and the Mondays splitBut was this the end for Shaun Ryder Not by a long shot Two years later he was back with new band Black Grape and their groundbreaking debut albu.

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Twisting My MelonM topped the charts in possibly the greatest comeback of all time Even his continuing struggle with drugs did not stem the tide of critically acclaimed tracks and collaborations as he went on to prove his musical genius time and again And then there was the jungleRock'n'roll legend reality TV star drug dealer poet film star heroin addict son brother father husband foul mouthed anthropologist and straight talking survivor Shaun Ryder has been a cultural icon and a hour party person for a uarter of a century Told in his own words this is his story..

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  • Nigeyb

    Twisting My Melon review Í 104 Twisting My Melon'Twisting My Melon' was published in 2011 shortly after Shaun had appeared on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here something I was unaware of I like Shaun and his music and so when I saw it in the library I got it out to read on a whim and I’m glad I did How Shaun Ryder is still even vaguely functional is a miracle He must be cut from the same cloth as Keith Richards or Lemmy and would probably survive a nuclear explosion As you might imagine he has spent most of his adult life as a functioning addict and has taken virtually every drug going What’s great about 'Twisting My Melon’ is that whilst he’s frank and matter of fact he doesn’t over


  • Steven

    Twisting My Melon review Í 104 Twisting My MelonWas okGot interesting after Shaun discovered drugs and what happens to him and band from then onwards Pretty honest account of his time in band and also that some of the famous stories about him were over exaggeratedLinks to Hacienda boo


  • Louise

    Twisting My Melon review Í 104 Twisting My MelonI dont read a huge amount of biographiesbut when I do I do it because I want to know a bit about that personI dont feel I know any about Shaun Ryder than I did before well kids and marri


  • Barbara

    Twisting My Melon review Í 104 Twisting My MelonWhen Shaun Ryder appeared in and very nearly won the 2010 TV series of ‘I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here’ the nation split into two camps Many hadn't the slightest clue who he was and those who knew exactly who Ryder was were flabbergasted that he’d survived the years of drugs and hard living with his mental faculties sufficiently intact to be capable of doing much than sitting in a corner talking to himself As front man of the 'Happy Mondays' Salford born Ryder was at the forefront of the late 80’s and early 90’s ‘Madchester’ movement a major earner for the late Tony Wilson’s ‘Factory’ record label and by his own admission one of the people responsible for introducing the rave drug ‘Ecstasy’ into the UK via the now defunct but at the time notorious club the Hacienda The ‘Ha


  • Jonesy_laaa

    Twisting My Melon review Í 104 Twisting My Melon35 stars


  • Andrew

    Twisting My Melon review Í 104 Twisting My MelonTo be honest I thought I had read a Shaun Ryder Autobiography ages backhowever it turns out I had read a book with some of Ryders input following the reformed Happy Monday's your plus I do remember reading Bez's bookas such there's some story's that are the same but maybe told from different angles or with the benefit of ageAnyhow it's pretty much how you would expect a Shaun Ryder book to be it talks of the Drugsthe Music and as written later the reality showsIt's not a book that dwells excessively on the sex and drugs which is actually a good thingit's not that this is brushed over but unlike some books that reek of bravado and the


  • Joanne

    Twisting My Melon review Í 104 Twisting My MelonLoved this book a brilliant read Very entertaining and I would definitely recommend it Particularly if you were in your teens or early twenties in the late 80s and early 90s and remember the whole Madchester Rave On thing I was 16 and at Eccles College when the Happy Mondays first reached the UK top 40 at the end of 1989 and appeared on Top of the Pops on the same show as the Stone Roses so I remember it well I believe he has another autobiography What Planet Am I On so I will have to look for that one


  • Neil Jenkins

    Twisting My Melon review Í 104 Twisting My MelonSome people seemed to have lived many lives and here is a perfect example A really honest autobiography with some very funny moments such as when bez nearly pulled julia Roberts or the first time the mondays went to new York


  • Dave Jennings

    Twisting My Melon review Í 104 Twisting My MelonMindbendingly good A really honestinsightful biography with lots of laugh and jaw dropping moments It's the sort of book that after I've read I like to research a few of the people eventswatch interviews of shaun the band It really stuck with me and I read it in 2 days


  • Bernard Curran

    Twisting My Melon review Í 104 Twisting My MelonJust brilliant twist your melons manA remarkable story superbly told This is why kids from nowhere with nothing want to become rock stars The story belies Shaun’s real talent as a performer