Saturday, March 11, 2006

The best clubbing books - Part Two

Ministry are the biggest brand in clubland, so it's no suprise they have a book chronicaling the development of modern clubland. Unlike Altered State, Ministry of Sound - The Book is less social historical account and more about dipping into every aspect of club culture.

If you have a coffee table, this book wouldn't be out of place on it. Well designed with great pictures it has magazine style articles, lists and quotes galore. It's the story of the brand, but it's wrapped so carefully around club culture that most of the time you can barely tell if Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton are talking about MoS or clubbing in general.

It's the type of book you buy if you don't read books. You can pick out the bits you want and enjoy the entire package.






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