#1
what do you guys think?

apart from

Slash
Nikki SIxx's
Lemmys
Guns N Roses'
Led Zeppelins
Gene Simmons one
The Dirt

Just wondering what else there is thats worth a good read.
#4
I liked Slash but I haven't read them all.
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#6
To Live Is To Die - Joel McIver, about Cliff Burton.


Maybe that's just cos I'm obsessed, I dunno.
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#9
the real frank zappa book, and the miles davis semi-autobiographical book "miles"
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#11
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#13
Marilyn Manson's isn't that great.

My personal favourite was Slash.
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#14
Favorite: Scar Tissue (Anthony Kiedis) you get a great feel of how much hell he went thru in his life
2.) Slash - its pretty long, but still really interesting
3.) Crossfire (Stevie Ray Vaughan) - kinda dull, but very informative and still a great read
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#15
my top 3: (in no particular order)

The Dirt: Motley Crue
The Heroin Diaries: Nikki Sixx
The Long Hard Road Out Of Hell: Marilyn Manson
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#16
i read the new one that just came out about john lennon, it was long and some parts were dull but over all i really loved it

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#18
The documentaries on this guys channel are great http://www.youtube.com/user/turxxx
There's Mozart, Beethoven, and Tchaikovsky. Great analysis of their music, along with reenactments of important events in their lives. Also some stuff on other amazing people (Da Vinci, Einstein)
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