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Steve Hackett - A Genesis in My Bed; Steve Hackett - The Autobiography
Review by Gary Hill

This book is such a classy product. In fact, it's so impressive in terms of the presentation that I felt compelled to do one of our YouTube bonus feature videos about it.

Hawkwind - The Time of The Hawklords (reissue) written by Michael Butterworth
Review by Gary Hill
Long out of print, this book has recently been reissued. That is reason for Hawkwind fans to rejoice.
Steve Hogarth - The Invisible Man: Diaries 1991-1997 written by Steve Hogarth
Review by Jason Hillenburg
In the second half of their career, Marillion have distinguished themselves as an uniquely creative act able to maintain a high level of artistic excellence while managing to navigate their way through the tumultuous waters of The Music Business, circa late 20th-early 21st century.

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