A reproduction of the diaries kept by Garret O'Geldof during the Silent Revolt. It is generally believed that the civil disturbances initiated by Bruno Schifra revolutionised our society's attitude to music.
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The author has been many things throughout his life: actor, musician, clown, teacher, student, carpenter, gardener, brother, father, son, cousin, nephew, uncle, brother-in-law, Joe Public, composer, smoker, drinker, patient, normal bloke trying to get his act together, vegetarian, carnivore, little green man with a funny hat on, shoplifter, prisoner, lover, recluse, bricklayer's labourer, something that the cat dragged in...the list goes on.
And now this. Will we ever get rid of him?
From the Author
What you are about to read is what I have written. There were no intermediaries. No poof-readers or editorial guidance, nothing. It goes straight from me to you. So if and when you find a misplaced comma, or where instead of were, or the repetition of a word two paragraphs on, or you are bored by a bit of waffling, I beg you to suffer it.
The story needed to be told.
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