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Music doesn’t sell. What about books?

Keith Richards

I just came up on an interesting article on Roling Stone’s website (the magazine’s website, not the band’s… the confusion kinda fits this article). Apparently, Keith Richards’ book, entitled “Life,” has sold 1 million copies.

That’s one million. If that were albums, it would have been platinum. Sure, The Rolling Stones are extremely popular, and they have audience whose age spans from the past three centuries or whatever, but the number still seems huge, considering many rock bands barely sell a few thousands of CDs nowadays. Not many of those rockers climb palm trees when they’re 62, though, so maybe I shouldn’t be surprised after all. I wonder if the book explains that one.


The Rolling Stones appeared in Rolling Stone

Mick Jagger and Keith Richards topped Rolling Stone’s “The 11 Greatest Rock Feuds” top, because Keith made fun of Mick‘s tiny unit and all of that. Axl Rose and Slash came at number 10, surprisingly, but how can that be? At least Keith and Mick are still working together.

Anyways, go here and see the whole top. Watch out, it’s got one of those annoying image sliders… But we couldn’t be bothered to type all of it for you don’t want to spoil the list for you, so click them arrows and stop expecting us to do everything. Jesus fucking Christ.

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