It was this thread that lead me to this book. First of all, the fact that an author called Mark Yarm wrote this book is absolutely hysterical. If you don't know why, then you know absolutely nothing about the so-called grunge scene. This is not the best music biography (if you can call it that, Seattle in the 90's is hardly a person) I have ever read, and the chronology was a bit hard to follow at times. Also, I don't really get why a crap band (yes, children) like Candlebox got so many pages. As the book itself will tell you, they sucked. Move on. But... it did take me back. And if you too ”were there” and experienced this musical revolution you will probably enjoy it too. Personally I am looking forward to a supposedly upcoming book about Alice In Chains - one of my favourite bands from this era. As a side note; reading Yarms book finally made me check out the remix version of Pearl Jam's debut album Ten, and holy hell what a difference it makes. Don't get me wrong, I listened to Ten a lot when it came out, and I loved it. But it's not an album I have gone back to a lot over the years, mostly due to the rather muddy mix.