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Penguin, Jul 6, 1995 - Popular music - 419 pages
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This is the supposed biography of Ray Davies of the Kinks. The biographer is a nameless, faceless writer on his first assignment who has been given the task of capturing the essence of Ray Davies. There is more to this book than meets the eye however. It is part autobiography, part social history and part psychological thriller. The challenge lies in discovering where fiction ends and the truth begins.

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Review: X-Ray: The Unauthorized Autobiography

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The self-interview concept behind the book can be hard to take. Still, it's Ray Davies, and he's part of history (still with us, of course). Read full review

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Here is a book that turned out to be every bit as good as I hoped it would be. This is the story of one fascinating and complex man, Raymond Douglas Davies: rebel, oddball, head case, and perhaps a ... Read full review

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