Triggers: A Life in Music (Hardback)
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Triggers: A Life in Music (Hardback)

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Hardback 336 Pages
Published: 12/10/2023
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Waterstones Says

The iconic bassist for The Sex Pistols traces the legendary punk band's story through thirty of their most formative songs in this fascinating memoir dripping with anecdotes and famous collaborators.

A fascinating new book charting the life and career of Sex Pistols legend Glen Matlock through the lens of thirty of his most formative songs - from the ones that influenced him as a child to the ones he wrote and played on as a star.

Sharing insider tales of the Sex Pistols' earliest gigs and stormiest reunions, as well as their most idiosyncratic inter-band dynamics, Triggers offers a vivid insight into the ultimate icons of punk. Yet, having performed and recorded with so many musical luminaries over the decades, Glen also reflects on his time with the likes of Iggy Pop, David Bowie, the Faces, Blondie, Primal Scream and many more, bookending his account with two 'winters of discontent': 1976 and 2022.

This is the story of an outspoken, uncompromising man and remarkable, game-changing musician.

Publisher: Bonnier Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781788709446
Number of pages: 336
Dimensions: 234 x 153 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

'A page turner filled with colourful, illuminating tales.' - 4 stars, Mojo

'Glen Matlock - singer, songwriter, bassist, natural storyteller and a damn fine bloke. It is no surprise Triggers is a brilliant journey.' - Debbie Harry

'The book is filled with lovely musical details.' - Daily Telegraph

'The clearest view yet of punk, '70s Britain and the maelstrom of the Pistols. By a man who was there, front and centre to it all.' - Louder Than War

'Triggers is an illuminating and irreverent read.' - Irish Independent

'An engaging narration. The [Pistols] are revisited here with renewed objectivity and candour. Entertaining proof that the good guys don't always finish last.' - four stars, Record Collector

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