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The story of Fucked By Rock – the greatest book about rock and roll ever written   All rock biographies are the same. Even speaking as someone who’s bookshelf is crammed with the things, it seems every ageing artist and their ghost-writer have cottoned onto a formula as tried and

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Goethe’s version of the FAUST legend has inspired countless artists since its publication in 1808. The idea of a person so driven for success that they will surrender their moral fibre in exchange for it resonates with most of us – we’ve all wanted desperately to be recognized for some contribution

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There isn’t much that’s creepier than the atmosphere of an Edgar Allan Poe story. For the past two centuries, his work has been sending chills down our spines and taking our minds to places that we can barely glimpse into for fear of being sucked into darkness. When the 1923 edition

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Robert Bishop was known by many in the BDSM literature community as “The Rembrandt of Bondage.” He became known as an illustrator of covers for House of Milan during the 1970s and 80s and was the artistic mind behind the Fanni Hall comics. He worked in pencil and airbrush, which

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Ventre is a voyage through filth, cruelty and decay. It’s a hard trip into the darkest labyrinths of the soul, a mystic rite of passage into the Tunnels of Set and the forbidden Qlippoth*. The vistas are bleak, unforgiven, painful – but with a certain beauty, a grotesque beauty; and the

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Scientology has a notorious reputation as one of the silliest and most lucrative religious businesses on the planet. Although their global membership is estimated to be around 8 million, the numbers are very foggy and mysterious, with only about 30,000 in the US and a handful of thousands scattered through the rest

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