"Nick Zinner may be a man of few words, but who needs to talk when you can say so much with the click of a shutter button? The rock press has been striving for more than thirty years to show what life is like for a band on the road. In his own quiet way, by snapping a shot of every crowd the Yeah Yeah Yeahs have played for, every hotel room they've left in disarray, and every moment of consequence they've had together, Zinner makes hacks of us all and brings us behind the music for real."
-- Jenny Eliscu, Rolling Stone
In four years the Yeah Yeah Yeahs went from underground sensation to internationally acclaimed rock band. Through the lens of his camera, lead guitarist Nicholas Zinner documented the group's meteoric rise to fame. From the Grammys to the concerts, Nick captured the glamour, debauchery and road-weary tedium of his world. I hope you are all happy now gives readers a never-before-seen look at rock 'n' roll.
This collection includes essays by Jim Jarmusch, director of Coffee and Cigarettes, and comedian David Cross.
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|Size: ||53.8 MB|
|Publisher: ||St. Martin's Griffin|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781466873292 (DRM-EPUB)|
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