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My Appetite for Destruction: Sex, and Drugs, and Guns N' Roses - Steven Adler,
This review is from: My Appetite for Destruction: Sex, and Drugs, and Guns N' Roses (Kindle Edition)After reading Slash's autobiography, i thought it would be interestng to see things from another band members perspective.
Steve Adler has had a tumultuous time, with the usual rock and roll excesses - more drugs than should be mortally possible to take, and at times rather graphic tales of dalliances with groupies.
The book left me wondering about Steven Adler, because although he does admit throughout the book that he has behaved stupidly throughout his career/life, there always seems to be an undercurrent of pointing the finger elsewhere for his troubles!
The thing that does amuse though is how messed up would you have to be to be kicked out of GnR for doing drugs??!
A good read, detailing his life before, during and after Guns n Roses.
If you like rock autobiographies it may well be for you.