10 Music Icons of the '80s Whose Biographies We'd Die to Read

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I've got my head on the curb and I can't produce a word... but I'll Pretend: The Chrissie Hynde Story

Until these biographies are written, we'd recommend these music biographies for summer reading.

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He Said ‘Shut Up!’: Aimee Mann Hates Everything

Until these biographies are written, we'd recommend these music biographies for summer reading.

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Shoot 'em Up: Sigue Sigue Sputnik Explode into Nothing

Until these biographies are written, we'd recommend these music biographies for summer reading.

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Reintroducing the Hard Line: Terence Trent D'Arby Down the Wishing Well

Until these biographies are written, we'd recommend these music biographies for summer reading.

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16 Going on 17: Bow Wow Wow and Child Sex Labor

Until these biographies are written, we'd recommend these music biographies for summer reading.

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One More Try: George Michael’s Terrific Fall From Wham! to the M-1

Until these biographies are written, we'd recommend these music biographies for summer reading.

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There’s a Bangle caught in my eye that makes me look to the side: The Susanna Hoffs Story

Until these biographies are written, we'd recommend these music biographies for summer reading.

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Separated at Birth: The Thompson Twins' Descent Into the Gap

Until these biographies are written, we'd recommend these music biographies for summer reading.

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What are Words For?: How Dale Bozzio Became a Missing Person

Until these biographies are written, we'd recommend these music biographies for summer reading.

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Bored in Unison: Bananarama and the Art of Not Really Trying

Until these biographies are written, we'd recommend these music biographies for summer reading.


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