Heady Daze recounts the period where Wayne Hussey left the Sisters of Mercy in 1985 to form the Mission - a band that rapidly ascended to the pop-goth throne in the late Eighties, producing a string of hit singles and albums in their patchouli-tinged wake.
A flamboyant and hedonistic frontman, Wayne lead the Mission to a string of hit singles and albums while touring the world with the likes of U2 and The Cure, and hanging with Iggy and Metallica.
Packed, as you might expect, with hilarious tales, outlandish anecdotes and wry observations about the music industry - this is an essential addition to any music's fans bookshelf
Size: 158 x 234mm
Publisher: Omnibus Press