Rivers' Edge
by John Luerssen (9781550226195)

Rivers' Edge
John Luerssen
Release Date: 01 Jul 2004
Format: Paperback / softback
Pages: 514
Category: Music
Publisher: Wakefield Press
ISBN: 9781550226195
ISBN-10: 1550226193

This compelling look at the inside life of Weezer, one of the most intriguing and dynamic bands in contemporary rock, offers insightful commentary on their rise to stardom. A complete historiography, it covers their first commercial success, "The Blue Album; their four-year hiatus; and their 2000 Warped Tour comeback. A detailed look at the childhood and failed hair-metal career of band founder Rivers Cuomo provides a revealing look at die inspiration that led this band to stardom. No secrets are left untold, revealing behind-the-scenes stories of infighting, power struggles, and lawsuits. Key interviews with band members and friends complete this dynamic analysis.

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