Een tijdje geleden alweer, in juni 2009, verscheen het boek Twilight Of The Gods van Tony Klinger. In dit boek werd vooral de problematiek rondom de totstandkoming van de film The Kids Are Alright belicht.
MGK heeft nu een recensie van het boek online gezet.
"Throughout the book, which reads like a vendetta against Curbishley and, to a lesser extent, Stein, he portrays Keith Moon as insane, exhausting, yet ultimately endearing as everyone on the project is seemingly aware that he was on the verge of a fatal burnout; Daltrey as impatient, tough, and stubborn to a fault; Townshend as elitist and cruel, and John Entwistle mind-numbingly boring, dark, possibly stupid — and on one occasion, overtly Anti-Semitic in front of the executive team who were all Jews", zo valt te lezen.
Maar in het artikel wordt ook Keith's assistent Dougal Butler aangehaald. Hij meldt echter:
"They had a rapport between them and I wish I had a movie camera around them. Around Pete and Keith — and also John, 'cause John had a very dark humor as well. And to see them three together was better than Monty Python. It was just funny. A very quick witted thing, y'know that you think 'Jesus! Where do they think of that from?' And it was just — they would have the whole road crew and everyone around them at the time in just fits of laughter. And they were great, great days."