on 14 July 2013
Really enjoyed this book which is actually quite substantial in size.
I was so pleased that ,unlike similar books or movies (Marky Mark!), the main characters in the book did not flip to grunge! Fun party rock is in your blood and you can't let go and simply 'switch teams'!
The book was funny and carried an air of innocent mischief. It never got tacky, sleazy or sewer level crüde! I'm sure they could have written a book like that bit I'm pleased it was fun throughout.
Thanks for writing the book boys and being part of my life for a month!
Now I must book that trip to Hollywood! See you on the Rainbow!
on 4 March 2015
I've been making my way through various musicians/sunset strip related biographies and I have to say, after stumbling upon this by chance, it's one of the most insightful, entertaining and captivating. With this book you can expect to read the true dirt and real LA life for an up and coming musician as opposed to the whole millionaire lifestyle you would read in any Ratt/Crue biographies.
My only problem was it wasn't strictly chronological.
Well worth a read for anyone fascinated by that whole era/movement