PLASMATICS Book Excerpt Available Online

An excerpt from an extensive interview with former PLASMATICS guitarist Richie Stotts, conducted by music writer Joel Gausten, is now available online at Gausten will include an extensive chapter on the history of the PLASMATICS and the making of their 1980 album "New Hope For The Wretched" as part of his upcoming book, titled "Albums that (Should've) Changed the World". The book also features exclusive interviews with past/present members of KISS, BLACK SABBATH, AEROSMITH, THIN LIZZY, PRONG, DANZIG, SAMHAIN, MISFITS, KILLING JOKE, RAMONES and many others.

Joel Gausten is the former managing editor of Liner Notes magazine. A longtime musician, he has worked with a number of artists, including PIGFACE and ELECTRIC FRANKENSTEIN. "Albums that (Should've) Changed the World" is slated for an August 2007 release.


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