[[ PDF ]] ✑ Full Metal Jackie Certified: The 50 Most Influential Heavy Metal Songs of the 80s and the True Stories Behind Their Lyrics (Cengage Educational) Author KAJZER – Tactical-player.co.uk

Full Metal Jackie Certified: The 50 Most Influential Heavy Metal Songs of the 80s and the True Stories Behind Their Lyrics (Cengage Educational) In This One Of A Kind Book, Author Jackie Kajzer, Famous Internationally As Full Metal Jackie, Collects Insights From Your Favorite Rock Stars About The Creative Process Behind The Most Influential Metal Songs Of The S The Interviews Go Well Beyond The Already Familiar Stories And Anecdotes, As Jackie Gathers Thoughts From Heavy Metal Artists And Songwriters About The Cultural And Social Impact The Songs Had When They Were Released, As Well As The Continued Validity And Influence These Songs Hold Today So Cue Up The Album Tracks, Print Out The Lyrics, And Listen While You Read The Pages That Follow You Ll Never Hear These Songs The Same Way Again


5 thoughts on “Full Metal Jackie Certified: The 50 Most Influential Heavy Metal Songs of the 80s and the True Stories Behind Their Lyrics (Cengage Educational)

  1. says:

    Great bands and great songs not so great interviews or stories of creation The author even includes songs where interviews weren t conducted with the artists For metallica s stuff, she talks to unrelated people who tell stories about their life and


  2. says:

    Awesome


  3. says:

    Absolutely wonderful book I knew it would be I love hard rock and it is great knowing about the songs and where they came from


  4. says:

    This book is amazing, and hard to find, but I eventually ended up finding a used copy for 14.99 at Strand Bookstore in Lower Manhattan, and was extremely excited First, let me say that this book is a great read, and it is VERY up to date, regarding what is going on with the curr


  5. says:

    I gotta say this was a bit disappointing While some of the stories were a little too familiar sounding, I was most bothered by the format back to back tunes by the same artists at times and the repetitive and unimaginative nature of the narrative It s ok cool idea.


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