Salad Daze

Salad Daze

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Best known as the divisive but iconic frontman of The Mission and a poster boy for the then fledgling gothic scene of the 1980s, Wayne Hussey has been making music since he was inspired to pick up a guitar by his childhood hero, Marc Bolan. As he began making his name in music with The Invisible Girls, Dead Or Alive, and The Sisters Of Mercy, Wayne was at first seduced and then ultimately corrupted, swapping the repression of his religious upbringing for its polar opposite: a lifestyle of total hedonism. From his early days raised as a Mormon to being schooled in gender bending by Pete Burns, from his move to Liverpool in the late 1970s to his remaining fanaticism with Liverpool FC, Salad Daze is an all-encompassing account of Wayne's personal and musical journey up until the formation of The Mission.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 304 pages
  • 159 x 235 x 33.02mm | 884.51g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1785586602
  • 9781785586606
  • 356,109

About Wayne Hussey

Born and raised in Bristol as a Mormon, Wayne Hussey gained international recognition as frontman and principal songwriter in the hugely successful British rock band, The Mission. Previously, Wayne was guitarist with The Sisters Of Mercy and Dead Or Alive, and was one of Pauline Murray's Invisible Girls, being involved in a multitude of recordings that have sold in their millions worldwide. Wayne is a vegetarian and a lifelong Liverpool FC supporter, who resides in São Paulo, Brazil.
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