Synopses & Reviews
What started out as a few Montreal drug addicts scamming welfare make-work programs back in 1994 has become a global empire of hedonism known simply as VICE. From a 16-page newspaper about punk bands and violence to stores, a clothing line, VICE Films, VICE TV, VICE Records, viceland.com, etc., VICE has become much more than a way for three guys to get laid. It's become a lifestyle, a degrading and disgusting lifestyle of sex and drugs and rock and roll and death. This book is a collection of the irreverent, hilarious and downright scary gonzo journalism that brought three losers from the crack houses of Le Plateau to the deluxe apartments of Manhattan.
From the creators of "Vice" magazine--the runaway cult hit and arbiter of all that is cool in America--comes a book that is "rude, smutty and hilarious . . . a hipsters' bible" ("Rolling Stone"). 8-page color insert and b&w photos throughout.