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The Zombies On Track analyses every release by one of the most original and beloved 'British Invasion' bands of the 1960s.
Recounting the band's many afterlives, including the posthumous RIP, the story behind the ‘counterfeit’ Zombies, their first reunion with the album New World and everything in between, the book draws on both archive interviews and new conversations with Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone.
Emma Stott missed out on the 1960s and the 1970s and she still isn’t over it, so writing about the greatest decades in rock music helps with her loss. She also writes about literature and education, being an English teacher by day in Manchester, UK, where she forbids any ‘dark sarcasm’ in her classroom.