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Julian Cope's highly acclaimed autobiography and its long-awaited sequel in one extraordinary volume. Sales and Marketing: / The release will be supported by targeted communications to key music fans via Julian's own website and the ThorsonsElement website / Serialisation is currently being negotiated. / Julian is undertaking a music tour in Sept 2004 and has plans to appear at the Royal Festival Hall in Jan 2005. / Julian is currently preparing a TV series based on The Megalithic European, published by Thorsons/Element in October 2004, which will generate additional media attention. / Head-on has previously only been available via 'Head Heritage' Julian's own company. It received astounding reviews when it was released in 1994 "Visceral, ballsy, bitchy, brutal, beautifully written. Book of the year. Made my heart burst". The Observer "! an enthralling saga of bitchiness, betrayal and unrepentent debauchery." The Sunday Times (Books of the Year) " As a glimpse of the essentially pathetic but amusing whims and eccentricities that lie behind the screwed down hairdos of rock musicians, it's equally essential reading." N.M.E
Julian Cope shot to fame with 'Teardrop Explodes' during the Punk era. He has continued to make albums and produce other performers. He has written three books all of which have received ecstatic reviews --'The Modern Antiquarian' has established itself as a classic travel guide to ancient Britain and remained in the bestseller lists for many weeks.
'Hilarious, observant and deeply subversive.' I-D 'Considered and self-deprecating!Mighty.' TIME OUT 'Repossessed!is one of the best books about the 80s ever written and without doubt the best book about toy cars, hermiting, integrity and drug paranoia.' THE GUARDIAN 'Cope's passion and intelligence are well served by a vein of self-deprecating wit.' THE DAILY TELEGRAPH 'Wondrous memoirs of fleeting stardom and LSD-induced psychosis.' Q MAGAZINE [The 50 Best Music Books Ever, 2001] 'Cope's rocking writing at its most infectious, moving and hilarious.' NEW MUSICAL EXPRESS 'Compulsive reading!This man is truly a genius.' LOADED 'A wryly rendered masterpiece.' Q MAGAZINE