What started out as a few twenty-something drug addicts writing a newsletter and scamming welfare-to-work programs in the mid '90s has become a global empire of hedonism known only as VICE Magazine.
From 16-pages of newsprint about punk bands to a perfect bound glossy, a chain of retail stores, a clothing line, VICE Films, VICE TV, VICE Records and viceland.com, VICE has become much more than a way for three guys to get laid and avoid joining the rat race. It's become a lifestyle. A degrading and disgusting lifestyle to some-full of sex and drugs and rock and roll-but a lifestyle that every urban young person out there wants to explore.
Replete with the best VICE Magazine has to offer, the book includes hilarious, edgy and informative guides to sex, to music, and to navigating the party scene that hipsters now enjoy. With outtakes and photos from their most famous issues-including their famous fashion 'Dos and Don'ts'-THE VICE GUIDE TO SEX AND DRUGS AND ROCK AND ROLL is a collection of the irreverent, hilarious and downright scary gonzo journalism that has spawned the cultural arbiter of what's cool in America today.