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Tomorrow Never Knows, the Silverchair Story Paperback – 2003


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HASH(0x8d9ef36c) out of 5 stars A very informative read 11 Aug. 2012
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I have to say I was delightfully surprised by how much I enjoyed reading this book. It was fun, informative, and very well written. I have been a huge Silverchair fan since 1995 when Frogstomp was released in the U.S., and I was blown away after reading this.
Tomorrow Never Knows kept me reading straight thru. I felt as if I was touring with the band, experiencing their highs and lows. I felt such a closeness to Daniel Johns after reading all the hardships he had to deal with during his teens and early 20's, and how he persevered to make some of the most melodic and heart felt music of his career! This is a must read for any Silverchair fan, it will bring new meaning to the rise and longevity of the Chair.
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