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The "Darkness" (Talking) [Paperback]

Dave Black

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12 July 2004 Talking
The rise of The Darkness from Def Leppard support act to double Brit Award winners and album chart-toppers in less than a year is a rock success story on its own. Outrageous frontman/guitarist Justin Hawkins, brother Dan, stone-faced bassist Frankie Poullain and all-action drummer Ed Graham play it for laughs in their videos, but take their music as seriously as the next megastars. And, as their off-stage pronouncements prove, they don't care how many peacock feathers they ruffle on their way to the top!

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"In his head I think Justin sounds like Bon Scott and Steve Tyler, but where he sings most comfortably is really high."

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