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Anvil!: The Story of Anvil At Fourteen, Toronto School Friends Steve Lips Kudlow And Robb Reiner Made A Pact To Rock Together Forever Forming Their Band Anvil They Went On To Become The Demi Gods Of Canadian Metal , Releasing One Of The Heaviest Albums In Metal History, S Metal On Metal The Album Influenced A Musical Generation Including The World Dominating Bands Metallica, Slayer And Anthrax, All Of Whom Went On To Sell Millions Of Records Anvil S Career Would Take A Different Path, However, As They Slipped Straight Into ObscurityAlmost Thirty Years Later Lips And Robb, Our Unlikely Musical Heroes, Are Still Chasing Their Dream Anvil The Story Of Anvil, Their Autobiography, Follows The Ups And Down Of Their Career And Their Volatile Friendship Which Has Now Spanned Almost Four Decades , Reveals Their Dedication And Unadulterated Passion For Their Music, And Carries Us Along On Their Last Ditch Quest For Fame And Fortune Based On Sacha Gervasi S Award Winning Film Of The Same Name, And Published To Coincide With Its Worldwide Release, This Hilarious Yet Poignant Book Reminds Us That If You Believe In Yourself, Stick By Your Friends And Never Give Up, You Really Can Make Your Dreams Come True You Cannot Fail To Be Moved By This Story Anvil Rock

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10 thoughts on “Anvil!: The Story of Anvil

  1. says:

    Listen, I love an underdog story as much as anyone else Who doesn t enjoy the idea of the plucky loser taking a victory lap at the expense of the doubters and haters This tale is as old as time, and spans the world of competition from sports to spelling bees And music Of course, music Anyone can recite the tried and true saga of the Little Band That Could, the one that hoiste

  2. says:

    I spent a long time hovering between two and three stars The book was merely OK, but I do like to root for the underdog, and it was nice to read a metal biography that wasn t a bunch of dudes bragging about themselves for 300 pages They at least document some struggles, some mistakes they made, and some people they trusted that they shouldn t have trusted This earned it an extra star

  3. says:

    Yes, I read The Story Of Anvil and I haven t even seen the documentary yet The commitment of Lips Kudlow and Robb Reiner to becoming the best thrash speed metal band they can be is quite astounding the book describes their struggles, and struggles, and struggles Finally they break through via the acclaimed documentary, and are recognized as a great influence on bands such as Metallica, Megad

  4. says:

    Anvil is the story of the pair of Canuck metalheads behind the three decades strong Anvil a band whose shadow was until recently, at least much longer than the zeroes on their paycheques The book s written aside from Slash s introduction in a very simple way the editors have transcribed interview remarks from Lips, the band s guitarist, and Robb, the band s drummer, and labelled them with a name so

  5. says:

    I LOVE books about bands, life on the road and the struggles and adventures of artists This got a little repetitious at times but it was still a lot of fun They talked about partying, but it wasn t as bad as many of the other biographies I ve read about rock bands where the drugs come before anything else These guys really were brothers in rock and that kind of makes me sad when I think of guys I was in ban

  6. says:

    Picked this up over the past weekend and blazed through it The is a real life Spinal Tap adventure of two hard rocking Canadians and their struggle to make it big in the music biz Well worth the read There is a documentary about them too I listen to a lot of music and and have heard of a lot of different bands Even ones I don t like and ones I have never listened to For some reason Anvil has alluded me all these lo

  7. says:

    Terrible not nearly as good as the brilliant film of the same name Poorly written and much too long, there is way too much time spent on the distractions of the rock n roll lifestyle I really had to force myself to finish.It does end on a high, with the band riding the wave of the film s success, but it s a long march getting there.

  8. says:

    A very fast and inspiring read I didn t put this book down unless I had to A lotdetailed than the fine documentary which inspired it, which is a very good thing.

  9. says:

    Awesome story, all the intense heartache anguish of trying to make it in the music business truly inspirational Awesome story, all the intense heartache anguish of trying to make it in the music business truly inspirational

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