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No Substance Abuse,
This review is from: White Line Fever: Lemmy - The Autobiography (Paperback)
By the title i mean that this book has minimal substance to it. I am not a great one for writing reviews so I will keep it short. This autobiography lacks any real meat to it. Its an endless rendition of album names and record companies with little or no background or in depth story telling.
If you are looking for a good rock autobiography buy Motley Crues "The Dirt" or Slash which are both a whole world more entertaining and descriptive
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Initial post: 2 May 2010 21:56:19 BDT
R. Hart says:
are you sure you spelt your name right?
In reply to an earlier post on 23 Jul 2010 15:55:02 BDT
J. OConnor says:
I was thinking the same thing
Posted on 4 Sep 2010 03:07:48 BDT
Ben Stevens says:
Posted on 30 Nov 2010 11:22:45 GMT
I'm really surprised you thought that. I found the Motley Crue book repetetive and tiresome. With the exception of Tommy Lee I thought they came across as real idiots, anyone can do loads of drugs, and big deal, they lived through it, wow.
Slash, yawno. At least Lemmy has a brain cell left, although I'm at a loss to understand why and an earthy sense of humour.
Only my opinion of course
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