Please Take Me Off the Guest List

Please Take Me Off the Guest List For those who ve never had the opportunity to party like a rock star and felt like they were missing out Please Take Me Off the Guest List may very well smooth over those regrets The New York Times T

  • Title: Please Take Me Off the Guest List
  • Author: Nick Zinner Zachary Lipez Stacy Wakefield
  • ISBN: 9781936070626
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Paperback
  • For those who ve never had the opportunity to party like a rock star and felt like they were missing out, Please Take Me Off the Guest List may very well smooth over those regrets The New York Times T Magazine, Men s Fashion issue It s a gorgeous book, but there s to it than that Wakefield is a designer she juxtaposed Zinner s photos with Lipez s stories of lif For those who ve never had the opportunity to party like a rock star and felt like they were missing out, Please Take Me Off the Guest List may very well smooth over those regrets The New York Times T Magazine, Men s Fashion issue It s a gorgeous book, but there s to it than that Wakefield is a designer she juxtaposed Zinner s photos with Lipez s stories of life in the rock and roll gutter in a really unique way There is literally no way you could make this book into a satisfying e book It s a beautiful artifact The StrangerIn this outstanding collaboration, Nick Zinner s photographs evoke the world he travels with his band the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, while Zachary Lipez s essays recount his adventures as a bartender, drug abuser, bookstore clerk, metal fan, miserable adolescent, and relentless skirt chaser The book is designed by Zinner s and Lipez s longtime collaborator, book artist Stacy Wakefield.Nick Zinner plays guitar in the three time Grammy nominated rock band Yeah Yeah Yeahs and other collaborative projects His photos have been exhibited all over the world He lives in New York City.Zachary Lipez sings in the band Freshkills, tends bar at Beauty Bar Brooklyn, and deejays all over New York City His writing appears on Vol.1 blog.Stacy Wakefield worked as design director for Index magazine, Artforum, and Bookforum She now lives in the Catskills where she designs art books.

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  • Nick Zinner Zachary Lipez Stacy Wakefield

    Nicholas Joseph Zinner is the guitarist for the New York rock band Yeah Yeah Yeahs He is known for his unmistakable wild hair, skinny physique, and pale appearance.Zinner is also a member of the band Head Wound City along with members from The Locust and The Blood Brothers.Since 2001, Zinner has many collaborative efforts under his belt with such acts as TV on the Radio, Har Mar Superstar, Ronnie Spector, The Horrors, and Scarlett Johansson He contributed guitar and keyboard to several tracks on Bright Eyes 2005 album Digital Ash in a Digital Urn and went on tour with the band as part of the rotating roster.Zinner produced the re mix of the track Compliments on British group Bloc Party s 2005 album Silent Alarm Remixed, and has remixed The Plot to Blow Up the Eiffel Tower s song, INRI, on their INRI ep Zinner has also remixed Single Frame s song, People are Germs, in addition to appearing in the music video.In August 2009 Nick was included at number 16 in NME magazine s future 50 list.Additionally, Zinner is an accomplished photographer He studied photography at Bard College and has released three separate collections of his work No Seats on the Party Car 2001 , Slept in Beds 2003 and I hope you are all happy now 2004 , which features an introduction written by director Jim Jarmusch He also studied photography in Paris, France in 2001 before meeting Karen O.While at Bard college he played in the Boba Fett Experience, who later changed their name to Challenge of the Future because of concerns about being sued by George Lucas The band moved to Williamsburg, Brooklyn in the late nineties and broke up in 2001.Nick is a vegan and involved with the animal rights group, PETA He has tattoos in different places including one of a star on his arm, and another of a heart on his finger and one on his hand Zinner listened to metal bands while growing up, and cites M tley Cr e and Glenn Danzig as major influences.His father, Stephen Zinner MD, is a medical professor at Harvard University and a classical pianist Nick Zinner also played the violin, referring to himself as a child prodigy.

  • 100 Comments

  • 4 stars for its artifact value (you will want to give this to your potentially cool niece when she turns 13)2 1/2 stars for zachary lipez's writing (its snarky, fairly funny and entertaining, but ultimately a weak derivative of hunter s thompson, I NEED MORE news here zach, fresh-kills/ )4 stars for the photography (i wish i could see these in a bigger format, and MORE of them, eviltwinpublications/I4 stars for the layout, which is an important part of this whole package, maybe even the most imp [...]


  • I sat down and read this at work the other day. It was a great way to kill the last 30 minutes of my workday. First off, the design is great--with the essays printed on smaller size paper bound between the photos. Secondly, the essays (by Lipez) are really funny, written with high energy like a really intellectual snob buzzing on speed. It's okay if you can't follow them like a traditional narrative. It's more like rock-n-roll in that way.


  • Hilarious, beautiful, and quick. A combined effort by designer Stacy Wakefield, photographer Nick Zinner (guitarist for the Yeah Yeah Yeah's) and author Zachary Lipez (singer for the Freshkills). Though the coolest part was actually meeting all three at Powell's Books in Portland.


  • my close friend zack wrote the essays, and nick zinner is not only a prolific guitarist, but also a renowned photographer whom i've had the distinct pleasure of exhibiting with in the past. some of the people and places mentioned strike very close to my heart, making this one is a personal fave.


  • I won this book through first look. It was a great read. The vivid pictures and captivating stories let you live through the storytellers experiences. If you never got a chance to "sow your wild oats," you can definitely read what you missed out on. Great book. Amazing photos.





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