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Couldn't find this in the search so yeah... What books are you reading now that have anything to do with music? Well, yesterday I bought both Eric Clapton's and Slash's autobiographies. I'm currently on Chapter 3 of Slash's and I must say its REALLY good. I'm excited to read Clapton's. Him being my favorite guitarist. Next I want to find a good Kurt Cobain book.
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#3
Slash- good book, and I'm almost done
Motley Crue The Dirt- picked it up today for $5 at a resale record store. pretty good imo.

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#4
Motley Crue eh? I'll need to pick that one up.
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#5
i finished reading anthony kield's autobiography
it was actually a really fun read
#7
Anthony Kield? Didn't know he had one.
Joe Strummer? Haha, looks like I'm gonna be spending a lot of money on books.
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#9
yeah the anthony kields one is called scar tissue pick it up if u have the chance
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Slash- good book, and I'm almost done
Motley Crue The Dirt- picked it up today for $5 at a resale record store. pretty good imo.



The Dirt was quite fun
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#11
I read Head's bio, it was pretty good.

Going to read Kiedis' when I get a chance.
#12
Just finished Scar Tissue, an autobiography of Anthony Keidis. Fantastic book, I recommend it.
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#13
just read scar tissue by Kiedis, and the Motley one and The heroin diaries as well as a Jim Morrison bio
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Couldn't find this in the search so yeah... What books are you reading now that have anything to do with music? Well, yesterday I bought both Eric Clapton's and Slash's autobiographies. I'm currently on Chapter 3 of Slash's and I must say its REALLY good. I'm excited to read Clapton's. Him being my favorite guitarist. Next I want to find a good Kurt Cobain book.

I'm reading Everett True's Cobain biography, and I would highly recommend it. The author was quite close to the band and the entire grunge movement as a whole, so he knows a lot more than some musty old biographer writing "Heavier than Heaven."
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Couldn't find this in the search so yeah... What books are you reading now that have anything to do with music? Well, yesterday I bought both Eric Clapton's and Slash's autobiographies. I'm currently on Chapter 3 of Slash's and I must say its REALLY good. I'm excited to read Clapton's. Him being my favorite guitarist. Next I want to find a good Kurt Cobain book.

Clapton eh? I read that and really liked it. It gets slow at some points, but overall, it's not half bad.

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#16
i just got done with Slash's autobiography...

best book i ever read
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#18
well im not currently reading it, but if anyone is into 80s indie rock (dino jr, sonic youth, black flag, mudhoney, etc.) I can recommend Our Band Could Be Your Life.