Judas Priest: A Visual Biography

A grinding celebration of the metal gods Judas Priest in all their sumptuous glory. A photo-stuffed coffee table book with the entire fifty plus year history in meticulous timeline order – a rock-hard reference book, with the facts presented mostly soberly and efficiently. This book contains all manner of facts that also takes a detailed look at offshoot bands and side-projects throughout the visually stunning pages.

UFO: A Visual Biography

A glorious pictorial celebration of the band’s full career. This visual biography timeline acts as a reference book, including the side-projects, and documents the parallel career paths of UFO and Michael Schenker since 1980, along with Waysted. Covering it all in one mighty tome, crammed full of stunning visuals including many previously unpublished photos.

Yes: A Visual Biography I: 1968 – 1981

Yes: A Visual Biography I: 1968 – 1981 documents the progressive rock pioneer’s first twelve years from the release of their eponymous debut album through to 1980’s Drama: A suitable name for a band whose career has been full of drama as documented in Popoff’s narrative that charts Yes’s ups and downs as the band glided out of the sixties with a full-on assault on the seventies music scene that saw them become one of the biggest global acts-selling out venues around the world from New York’s Madison Square Garden to London’s Wembley Arena. Popoff takes you on a journey from the early days of the band with original members Chris Squire, Jon Anderson, Bill Bruford, Peter Banks and Tony Kaye; to the hugely successful seventies when the likes of Steve Howe, Patrick Moraz, Rick Wakeman and Alan White all added their individual stamps on the band’s identity. Then the surprise union with The Buggles that saw Yes enter the eighties a world apart from the way they had entered the seventies but continuing to delight their legion of fans.