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The Darkness: Permission to Rock! - The Unofficial Book Hardcover – 26 Feb 2004


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Jason Arnopp is a British author and scriptwriter. He has written two Kindle-exclusive fiction titles: Beast In The Basement (a suspenseful, mind-blowing horror-thriller) and A Sincere Warning About The Entity In Your Home (a chilling and groundbreaking short story set in YOUR home.)

Arnopp wrote and executive-produced the Lionsgate US horror film Stormhouse, script-edited Peter Mullan thriller The Man Inside and has contributed fiction to the worlds of Doctor Who, The Sarah Jane Adventures and Friday The 13th.

In Arnopp's previous life as a rock journalist, he was once surrounded by angry guards holding semi-automatic weapons at The Vatican. His Slipknot biography, Slipknot: Inside The Sickness, Behind The Masks, was released in 2001 and is now available as a Kindle Edition. Arnopp has also written a 2011 guide to journalistic interviewing, entitled How To Interview Doctor Who, Ozzy Osbourne And Everyone Else, which is also out on Kindle.

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This being an unofficial book (that subtitle is a dead giveaway), I knew I had to run the extra mile, in order to make it well worth a Darkling's hard-earned/stolen cash. Let's face it: most unofficial books are nothing more than cobbled together magazine articles that you've already absorbed. So I conducted in-depth interviews with around 15 people during the long writing process, including two of lead singer Justin Hawkins' best friends (with his blessing), his tutor Rick Cocker at Huddersfield Technical College and London gig promoters who believed in the band early on. Because of these added perspectives, plus the fact that I'm from the band's hometown Lowestoft myself (went to the same high school, drank in the same pubs), I feel that I've been able to tell The Darkness' story in a way you won't have read elsewhere. I'm also very pleased with the way the book has physically turned out - it's a quality hardback offering, slathered with the finest colour pictures. Hope you give it the thumbs-up...

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