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"A fascinating scrapbook documenting a time in the life of a female musician. . . Tales of tours, blowouts, relationships with names such as The Cramps, Pantera, Ramones, Alice Cooper, Kyuss, Monster Magnet, Marilyn Manson, Coffin Joe and Danzig make this book essential as a time capsule of a certain era in the world of hard rock." Uber Rock
Art rock? Noise rock? Punk-metal? Alternative? White Zombie may have been unclassifiable, but it didn't stop them from carving out a place for themselves in music history. The band became a multiplatinum, two-time Grammy nominee with the release of their 1992 album, La Sexorcisto. But while most people will remember their bizarre look and macabre lyrics, what many failed to realize was that their lanky, high-octane bass player was a woman.
I'm In the Band combines eleven years of tour diaries, flyers, and personal photos and ephemera to chart White Zombie's rise from the gritty music scene of New York's Lower East Side in the eighties to arena headliners during the nineties. It also shares the unlikely story of a female musician who won the respect and adoration of male metal musicians and fans. From 1985 to 1996, Sean Yseult was the sole woman not only in White Zombie, but in the entire metal scene.
With I'm In the Band , Yseult has created both a coffee table book and a striking visual memoir. Her personal memorabilia offers fans a unique vantage on the life of a mega-band during rock's last golden age.