Part rock encyclopedia, part barroom trivia contest, "The Official Heavy Metal Book of Lists" features over 130 carefully researched lists on the loudest bands in the land, covering everything from celebrity sex tapes, heavy metal pinball machines, and Alice Cooper's pet snakes to dead SPINAL TAP drummers and Norwegian church burnings. It's all in here along with dozens of celebrity contributions from members of MOTÖRHEAD, GUNS N' ROSES, SEPULTURA, GWAR, DETHKLOK, VIXEN, BIOHAZARD, and more!
* Foreword by MOTÖRHEAD mainman Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister
* Phil Campbell's 6 Things You'll Never See In a MOTÖRHEAD Dressing Room
* Sasha Grey's 16 Favorite Metal Albums'n'Shit
* Ice T's 11 Favorite Heavy Metal Bands
* Peter Grant's 7 People Assaulted By The Manager Of LED ZEPPELIN
* Oderus Urungus's 10 Sickest Things To Ever Happen At a GWAR Show
* Jasmin St. Claire's 10 Reasons Why Metal Dudes Are So Hot
All arranged according to Tipper Gore's PMRC guidelines.
About the author: Eric Danville is also the author of "The Complete Linda Lovelace" and owns one of the world's largest collections of Patty Hearst memorabilia. He lives in New York City, where he currently serves as managing editor of Penthouse forum.
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