The Ministry of Sound book is a gem if you are a clubber, have a passing interest in club-culture, or simply music, then this book literally beckons! The book is up to the quality of an extremely entertaining history book, looking back at the different scene's which inspired the ministry and made it what it is today. Personally, I recommend it because of the list of many famed club's, including the legendary Studio 54. It is not my intention to give to much away, it is a rare book, so if there is any interest in this book then you should get your hand's on it as soon as possible, it's worth every penny. Enjoy!
The words of this book are as pulsating and catchy as the music of the Ministry of Sound--a London and international musical institution. The story recounts the history of Ministry from ideas to completion to today, as it has grown in to a national empire, with CDs, magazines, and a clientele lists that starts with Kate Moss and only gets more elite. Behind the music, we see how it all began, how the music was made. For anyone whose been here it's a great book to read. I would reccomend it to anyone even interested in London life--this book exemplifies it all.