Bill Drummond was named the 100 Coolest People in Pop by Select magazine, beating out Elvis Presley, Kurt Cobain, and Johnny Rotten.
A memoir of a former pop star who burned his hard earned money. The first translation of the greatest intelligence of the post-punk to acid house generation!
What was happening in Liverpool in the post-punk era?
Echo & The Bunnymen went on sale, the UK hip-hop project "The JAMS" was created to paint graffiti on the streets, the coined term "chill out" became popular, and The KLF released a series of hit trance singles, and finally K. I burned 1 million pounds of the money I earned as a foundation...
A look back at the life of Bill Drummond, the artist who made Malcolm McLaren jealous.
A complete translation of ``45,'' which is highly rated in its home country of England. Includes Bill Drummond chronology.