These books are a must-read for music fans – and are now insanely cheap

We’re now halfway through Black Friday weekend, but there’s still plenty of deals to be had for music fans. See below for our pick of the best deals on music books.

‘1001: Albums You Must Hear Before You Die’

The latest of Robert Dimery’s legendary and extensive rundown of the most essential albums in history from classics by Bowie and The Beatles to modern gems by FKA Twigs, Chvrches and Kanye West. Buy it here for half price now for just £10.

‘What Does This Button Do’ – Bruce Dickinson

The life story of the legendary Iron Maiden by the man himself – from his childhood and rise to fame to his rock n’ roll years and recent battle with cancer. A must-read from rock royalty. Buy it here, reduced from £20 to £12.99.

Bruce Dickinson has released his new autobiography

‘Born To Run’ – Bruce Springsteen

The real-American tell-all life story of The Boss, now just £7.49 for a brief time only.

‘Lonely Boy: Tales from a Sex Pistol’ – Steve Jones

The myth-busting and “eye-wateringly funny” autobiography from the punk icon and Pistols guitarist – available here for just £7.99.

‘Eskiboy’ – Wiley

Just released in 2017, get under the skin with the poetic life story from The Godfather Of Grime – now just £14.99.

Wiley Eskiboy

‘Clothes, Clothes, Clothes. Music, Music, Music. Boys, Boys, Boys’ – Viv Albertine

No one tells it like it is quite like The Slits queen. Read the feminist punk gospel now for just £6.99.

‘Meet Me in the Bathroom: Rebirth and Rock and Roll in New York City 2001-2011’  – Lizzy Goodman

Already touted as the best music book of 2017, NME journalist Lizzy Goodman recounts the post-millennial halcyon days of the rise of indie in NYC with first-hand accounts from The Strokes, LCD Soundsystem, Interpol, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and many more. A must-read for any music fan and now just £16.99.

‘The Hacienda: How Not to Run a Club’ – Peter Hook

When New Order, Tony Wilson and Factory records opened what would become arguably the famous club of all time, there was obviously fun and chaos to be had – but no one knew how much money they were going to lose. Revisit the dizzying heights of Madchester for just £6.99.

‘The David Brent Songbook’ – Ricky Gervais

Learn how to play the likes of ‘Freelove Freeway’ and ‘Lady Gypsy’ by Slough’s most-talented paper merchant turned rockstar. Available as a lightning deal here until midnight for just £6.86.

‘The Festival Book’ – Michael Odell

Which festival is right for you? What should you wear? What should you pack? How much glitter could you possibly need? Find out for yourself or get the perfect stocking-filler for your favourite festival fan, just £10.39 here for a brief time only.

Looking for more of the best Black Friday deals? Click the link to see a thorough list over at Trusted Reviews.

Keep an eye for more deals here at – we’ll continue to highlight the best over the weekend.