By Wayne Hussey
Picking up where the critically acclaimed Salad Daze left off, Heady Daze sees Wayne Hussey revisit the years from 1985 to 1990 leading The Mission through their formation to global success.
From headlining some of Europe’s major festivals, playing with U2, Robert Plant and The Cure and sweeping the UK music papers’ readers’ polls, to the excesses of touring the world and the lurid headlines that followed them wherever they ventured, it’s all here in this memoir packed full of candid moments and hilarious anecdotes.
‘…fans will lap it all up, as it draws them closer to the band’s circle' Record Collector
'Giddy account of the post-Sisters of Mercy glory years. This highly entertaining second volume of his memoirs... evokes a rock'n'roll world all but vanished.' Classic Rock, 8/10
Publication Date: 20.04.23
Extent: 464 pages
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