Number of page: 320
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
- Pamela BURNHAM
Neil at his best Whining and blaming and ughh!
- Joel Flomer
Tattoos and Tequila It’s just an OK read. Heroin Diaries probably motivated Vince to cash in. Lots of testimony from Vince’s ex’s about how he stepped out on them and whatnot. At least he isn’t having a conversation with his penis while he is telling his story
- Rob Vaul
Awesome read Same story we all already know, but from Vinces POV.
- Eric Ball
A good read I have been a Crue fan since the beginning and have read all the other biography’s. I liked getting Vince’s side of things and found we are very alike in a lot of ways. .
LibraryThing Review Do you have a favorite band? A favorite musician that you follow and read whatever you can get your hands on about him/her/them? I didn’t until my Boy got me into Motley Crue. See he’s a die hard fan
LibraryThing Review Vince is one of the best front men in history and this book is awesome. I would never of guessed Vince dislikes the other band members so much. I was surprised and relieved to read Nikki’s comments
LibraryThing Review Vince Neil tells his story in the first person in an off the cuff manner without much thought or editing. He’s a high school drop out with a limited vocabulary and not much skill in story telling. His
good book bought for my wife she really likes it.. told me it covers all of Vince Neils life thru a series of interviews and memoirs with his music career.
LibraryThing Review I would give this book negative stars if I could. As a super-fan of the Crue I knew that it was not going to be as good as any of the other Motley biographies, but how bad it was I could have never
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