Never Fade Away: The Kurt Cobain Story by Dave ThompsonEnglish author Dave Thompson has spent his entire working life writing biographies of other people, but is notoriously reluctant to write one for himself. Unlike the subjects of some of his best known books, he was neither raised by ferrets nor stolen from gypsies. He has never appeared on reality TV (although he did reach the semi finals of a UK pop quiz when he was sixteen), plays no musical instruments and he can’t dance, either.
However, he has written well over one hundred books in a career that is almost as old as U2’s… whom he saw in a club when they first moved to London, and memorably described as “okay, but they’ll never get any place.” Similar pronouncements published on the future prospects of Simply Red, Pearl Jam and Wang Chung (oh, and Curiosity Killed The Cat as well) probably explain why he has never been anointed a Pop Culture Nostradamus. Although the fact that he was around to pronounce gloomily on them in the first place might determine why he was recently described as “a veteran music journalist.”
Raised on rock, powered by punk, and still convinced that “American Pie” was written by Fanny Farmer and is best played with Meatloaf, Thompson lists his five favorite artists as old and obscure; his favorite album is whispered quietly and he would like to see Richard and Linda Thompson’s “I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight” installed as the go-to song for the sad, sappy ending for every medical drama on TV.
Kurt Cobain, Phil Collins, Alice Cooper, Joan Jett, David Bowie, John Travolta, Eric Clapton, Jackson Browne, Bob Marley, Roger Waters and the guy who sang that song in the jelly commercial are numbered among the myriad artists about whom Thompson has written books; he has contributed to the magazines Rolling Stone, Alternative Press, Mojo and Melody Maker; and he makes regular guest appearances on WXPN’s Highs in the Seventies show.
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FX’s American Horror Story: Cult Finds Screams and Laughs in Trump’s America
Nothing is all that surprising in the world of American Horror Story. When she replied that she did, he killed her. It has been said that one of the teens who committed the Columbine massacre did the same. The massacre scenes also have another hidden significance. The day of Tate going on his rampage is given as April 5 th the same day singer of hit band Nirvana, Kurt Cobain, killed himself.
The American Horror Story franchise has honed in on something far more terrifying than witches, spooky hotels, and freak shows for its latest season: AHS: Cult, which debuts on FX September 5th. The meta scare factor of a horror genre show heavily based on the President of the United States, and the fact that seeing scenes based on current affairs is more rattling here than even the best Manson documentary, really says something. Most of us have been afraid for a few months now that the world is undeniably fucked, and AHS: Cult confirms that fear by making an entire show to mirror that fact. Just think about that for a minute. Set in Michigan, the show lets us know right away that there will be not even the slightest attempt to veil what the sweeping theme is here. Nearby Kai Anderson Evan Peters , a young man whose main goal is to see the world set itself on fire, is thrilled with the results.
Kurt Cobain was accused of rape. That might be why tate had a kid with vivien. Kurt Cobain hated rapists, misogynistics, racists and.
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Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more. Harm to minors, violence or threats, harassment or privacy invasion, impersonation or misrepresentation, fraud or phishing, show more. He resembles him both physically and mentally, in my book. Thank you all in advance for your comments! Update: Tate did not kill a single person, it was just a vision!
Happy to be home. Skip navigation! Story from TV Shows. The upcoming eighth season of American Horror Story will crossover season 1's Murder House and season 3's Coven , incorporating a variety of characters from each. Thank to a new Instagram post from AHS creator Murphy, we now know that Evan Peters will return to the first role he portrayed, when he starred on the show's freshman season.
American Horror Story: is gearing up to release this month, but it will, unfortunately, be without series mainstay Sarah Paulson. Or will it? Now, the actress who has appeared in the previous eight seasons of the show is teasing a cameo. We learned back in July that Paulson would not be starring in season 9. The following season, she took center stage as journalist Lana Winters in Asylum.