Subtitled Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band, many who dont know their antics would refuse to call the rock balladeers the worlds most notorious rock band but after reading this, theres no contest.
Even for those who dont enjoy their dicey take on glam rock, this book of debauchery is an absolute must. It chronicles the bands onstage and offstage antics, shot through with heavy helpings of sex and drugs. Names are named and overdoses are recalled, all in delirious clarity.
But this isnt just a one-trick pony. Instead of being all sex, drugs and rock and roll, The Dirt has a surprisingly human angle as the band struggle with their own notoriety and would do anything to just become regular joes. In the end, its more of a what not to do cautionary tale.Shop for this book at Amazon
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