My reviews are always pending.
When I was growing up, we didn't get paid TV until the early 90's, so MTV wasn't so much apart of my childhood, but each week, I turned into MV3 with Richard Blade on channel 9 and watched my favorite videos. I can still remember watching Legs by ZZ Top for the very first time during my peak of my puberty. I still get semi erect when I watch that video to this day because you are only 13 once.
When my parents finally got paid TV, I would come home everyday and be glued to the idiot box and watch TRL. I absolutely loved that show. At the time, my favorite video was Are You That Somebody by the late artist, Aaliyah. She was so hot!!!
"I Want My MTV" is an awesome book. When I first started the audiobook, I was getting a bit annoyed because there must be a thousand names commenting their experience on the network. I was ready to rate the book poor, but as I kept listening, my internal jukebox started going off and soon I was humming the songs that they were referring to, like Duran Duran, Girls On Film.
I haven't watched MTV for well over a decade because they never show music videos anymore. Just because I'm a lot older now, it doesn't mean that I don't like new music. MTV and music videos was great because that is how I discovered new bands to rock out to. Now, there is no TV network for music videos.
Read this book and you will reignite your internal jukebox.
this may be rather limited in appeal to just fans of Inception, but I thought there was some excellent insights sprinkled throughout the essays. some essays are not as inspired as others admittedly but there is a good overview of various philosophical "fields". I enjoyed it, though I did listen in small segments and spread it out amongst other books, and it may be that returning to the essays helped keep them from getting too dry. I think Inception is one of the most thought provoking and amazing films of recent times and lends itself to revisiting time and again for new perspectives like a great novel. I have my interpretation of what I think is going on, but you may have quite another, and while many of these essays don't "solve" the film, they do add to my thoughts. some essays are better than others and some readers are better, but overall i found it very interesting.