'What happens to people like me who were once "pop" stars? Am I destined for a life of daytime television appearances, reunion tours and well-meaning strangers struggling to recognize me before hesitatingly asking "didn't you use to be Marc Almond?"' Despite an impending 45th birthday, a milestone age that can often result in some sort of mid-life crisis, Marc Almond, singer and songwriter, is not quite ready to take his place on the 'they were once famous' line-up. In Search of the Pleasure Palace, is Marc Almond’s search for meaning in life now that he is in the Indian summer of his career. In this rollercoaster journey, Marc goes in pursuit of the thrills, spills and bellyaches that made each day of his youth memorable and created an image of him that was decadent, debauched and worryingly misunderstood. From swingers nights in Henley-on-Thames to the lost absinthe bars of Barcelona, from Russia's surreal underbelly to the pre-Giuliani clean-up of New York, Marc is your observant guide to a world that he was once master of -- through fantastic, wry anecdote.
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Marc Almond is an accomplished narrator - candid, gossipy and shockingly indiscreetAbout the Author:
Marc Almond is a singer, songwriter and performer. His work with Dave Ball as Soft Cell led to 10 million record sales, including a string of international hits including the classic 'Tainted Love' (which still holds the record for spending the most weeks in the US Top 100). As a solo artist Marc has recorded over nine albums.
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Descripción Macmillan UK, 2004. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG0283073136
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