The Dirt : Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band Paperback
Celebrate thirty years of the world's most notorious rock band with the deluxe collectors' edition of The Dirt-the outrageous, legendary, no-holds-barred autobiography of Motley Crue.
Fans have gotten glimpses into the band's crazy world of backstage scandals, celebrity love affairs, rollercoaster drug addictions, and immortal music in Motley Crue books like Tommyland and The Heroin Diaries, but now the full spectrum of sin and success by Tommy Lee, Nikki Sixx, Vince Neil, and Mick Mars is an open book in The Dirt.
Even fans already familiar with earlier editions of the bestselling expose will treasure this gorgeous deluxe edition.
Joe Levy at Rolling Stone calls The Dirt "without a doubt . . . the most detailed account of the awesome pleasures and perils of rock & roll stardom I have ever read.
It is completely compelling and utterly revolting."
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 448 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Inc
- Publication Date: 04/07/2002
- ISBN: 9780060989156
- Hardback from £15.79
- EPUB from £9.99
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Review by worm
Just as I had imagined this book is chock full of sex drugs and rock n roll -- and not without its reprocussions. A very entertaining read, even for non fans.
Review by bhalpin
All the depravity just got too depressing for me. Couldn't finish it.
Review by tetchechury
Unbelievable. This is one of the best autobiographies I have ever read. Motley Crue have done it all, and seen it all, and now they write about it all. Very candid stuff from everyone in the band.
Review by GigoloJane
This is one of my guilty pleasure reads. It's not exactly thought provoking, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. There are definitely some laugh out loud moments. This is a must read for any fan of the Crue.
Review by badgenome
A chronicle of unbelievable decadence, and a rare example of a tell-all that lives up to its hype. Doesn't pull its punches, and is a definite must for any Crüe fan. I would rate it even higher if it wasn't for Tommy Lee's contributions, which are as annoying as you'd expect from such a spaz.
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