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Pleasure stuffed with stories about pop's most demanding divas which jocks do shock and just how long you can chop a line of cocaine Disgraceful revelatory and great down and dirty fun it's essential reading for anyone who wants to know what it really takes nowadays to be top of the pop. Lots of fun and a very easy read It s basically a pretty standard story about starting a band with gossipy stories about bands and pop stars shoehorned in every couple of pages or so Some are named eg John Taylor from Duran Duran being so rich and out of it that he forgot that he d bought two Deloreans and some unnamed It came out the same year as John Niven s Kill Your Friends read that instead

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Pop Babylon

How do you make it as a pop star Why does one boy band make it big and another disappear off the pages of the magazines altogether Why do girls cost than boys And who should you sleep with to get to number onePacked with scandal and intrigue Pop Babylon takes you to the dark heart of one. I have read most of the Babylon series now and they are written pretty much in the same formular but different themes This one was written from the point of view of a manager putting together a boy band There is a lot of name dropping which I m sure went down well with the actual people And it s also full of the I remember when stories The way that the money is divided from album and ticket sales was an eye opener you really have to be very successful to come out with anything I think this is a book that may not well age well due the bandssingers mentione however it was a light entertaing read

Review Pop Babylon

Of the world's most wicked and secretive industries It's a world where money talks bullshit walks and drugs are a way of life And where talent isn't always at the top of the list of prioritiesTracking a year in the making of a brand new boy band Pop Babylon is pure unadulterated reading. For me I think this series has outstayed it s welcome Stuck it out to page 58 could stand no Most interesting thing about it was a Spanish I think menu I found hidden between the pages not that I speak Spanish


10 thoughts on “Pop Babylon

  1. says:

    Nothing new and I love that this is filed under non fiction at my local library True scandalous tales and statistics from the music industry fictionalised as a year in the life of a manufactured boy band I think she'd be better off writing these as actual non fiction exposes because the fictional prose is crappy

  2. says:

    I have read most of the Babylon series now and they are written pretty much in the same formular but different themes This one was w

  3. says:

    Sometimes a 5 star book is a well written spellbinding story sometimes its a uick fast read of a subject that leaves you with your mouth open Wow could this sort of shit really be true? Its so phenomenally out of my sphere

  4. says:

    Ultimately pure pop fiction But very readable and entertaining at that level Tells the story of a fading pop agent creatin

  5. says:

    For me I think this series has outstayed it's welcome Stuck it out to page 58 could stand no Most interesting thing about it was a Spanish I

  6. says:

    Pop Babylon is another book in the Babylon series that includes ‘real life’ experiences from hotels hospitals aeroplanes resorts and now

  7. says:

    Once there was a time when one bloke met another bloke on the train carrying some blues records under the arm and with the help of some other unemployed friends a successful rock band was born although rock was often the last thing on their mind I hope they don’t think we’re a rock’n roll outfit said Mick Jagger when he announced the very first Maruee outing of his little rhythm and blues band in Jazz News If you would like

  8. says:

    Lots of fun and a very easy read It’s basically a pretty standard story about starting a band with gossipy stories about bands and pop stars shoehorned in every couple of pages or so Some are named eg John Taylor from Duran Duran being so rich and out of it that he forgot that he'd bought two Deloreans and some unname

  9. says:

    As always an enjoyable book full of spicy dirty little secrets from the music industry My overall conclusion is that despite the fa

  10. says:

    A guilty pleasure read Kinda trashy lots of goss sometimes amusing and generally entertaining It’s very Britis

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