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Of all the bands during the eighties there was only one that was "real", and that was Motley Crue. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Lou
It was okay, just a rock star bragging about himself 90% of the time.the only genuine part was him talking about his daughter. Pretty pathetic he doesn't believe he's an alcoholic. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nikki Balboa
Vince's recall is not always the best, but what he can recall is a blast to read. Brutally honest about his band mates in Motley, and his ups and downs with them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jeff McMillan
This is a wild rock star roller coaster ride of ups, downs and excess. Vince talks about the band, his family and about partying with rock star buddies like Ozzy and Lee Roth.Published 3 months ago by Frank W. Olson
This was an interesting book on a number of levels. It went further into the early days of Vince Neil vastly more than The Dirt, understandable if only by dint of it being solely... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Paul Lawrence
The book really dug deep into the person behind the character that we thought we knew. For better or for worse I was able to see who Vince really is.Published 4 months ago by M.Holsclsaw