Mixerman is a recording engineer working with a famous producer on the debut album of an unknown band with a giant recording budget.
Like all great narratives, Mixerman's diary has many anti-heroes for whom we, the readers, can have nothing but contempt.
The band consists of the four most dislikable human beings you can imagine.
The singer is vain and pretentious. The guitarist is a serious depressive. The drummer is a 'dumb as cotton', and the bassist is merely mean and petty, making him the only one that Mixerman can stand.
All four of them hate each other's guts, and they haven't even been on tour yet.
Many find Mixerman's diary entries side-splittingly funny.
Some find them maddening. And a select few feel they are the most despicable accountings of record-making ever documented.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 440 pages
- Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
- Publication Date: 01/05/2009
- Category: Music recording & reproduction
- ISBN: 9780879309459
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Review by tuke
This is one of the very best books about rock music, ever. And it's hilarious, one of the few books that has made me laugh out loud.<br/><br/>It's a book about work, which already makes it unusual. If you've ever collaborated on a team, you'll feel real resonance with characters, scenes, and stories.<br/><br/>Recommended!<br/>