The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band

The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band

Whiskey and porn stars, hot reds and car crashes, black leather and high heels, overdoses and death. This is the life of Mötley Crüe, the heaviest drinking, hardest fighting, most oversexed and arrogant band in the world. Their unbelievable exploits are the stuff of rock 'n' roll legend. They nailed the hottest chicks, started the bloodiest fights, partied with the biggest...

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Title:The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band
Author:Tommy Lee
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ISBN:0060989157
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:431 pages

The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band Reviews

  • Lilly
    Mar 19, 2007
    There's a scene in Gilmore Girls where Lorelei stays home one night because she can't put this book down. I can fully understand why now.I loved this book. We read books to escape, and this book had me leave my world and be a cliche rock star in the hair metal 80s. It's not about liking hair metal, ...
  • East Bay J
    Sep 26, 2007
    I’m not a huge Crue fan. Their first two LPs spent a fair amount of time on my teenage turntable but, by the time Theater Of Pain pranced and prissed its way into release, I had lost interest. I do like some Crue songs enough to get stoked when I hear them, even later compositions like “Al...
  • Tripp
    Feb 03, 2008
    I used to think that I could not be shocked by tales of celebrity shenanigans. Well, I was wrong. After a few recommendations I read The Dirt, the story of Motley Crue. For most of their career, the behavior of these people (Mick Mars excepted) is flat out appalling. As Nikki Sixx notes, if they wer...
  • Paul Hathaway
    Feb 15, 2008
    11am. Woke up. Vomited. Started reading this book.4pm. Neck started hurting. Took huge amounts of cocaine, bottle of Alleve, 5th of Jack, decided reading in bed wasn't the best thing for my posture.4:15pm. Went crazy, destroyed hotel room, terrified groupies in varying stages of dress, played rock s...
  • evelyn
    Jun 09, 2008
    i remember when i was 13 or so and i finally realized that all of the r.l. stine books i'd been reading were pretty trashy and devoid of any literary merit. i felt a little silly for devouring something like 100 fear street books. i didn't feel too bad about it, though. i mean, i was reading, and it...
  • Ana
    Oct 29, 2012
    This is the best thing ever. ...
  • Beth F.
    Jun 05, 2015
    Mötley Whö? I was more interested in My Little Pony during the band’s heyday and my taste in music has never leaned in this direction, but I love a scandalous train wreck just as much as the next gal and this bio fit the bill. Plus, Pamela Anderson’s breasts were a seriously major to...
  • Sarah
    Jul 25, 2015
    Let’s be clear. I have zero authority when it comes to reviewing music. Especially heavy metal. The extent of my music knowledge begins and ends with absentmindedly humming along to a 90′s pop radio station while I’m out running errands. About as far away from Mötley Crüe as one...
  • Mariℓina
    Aug 07, 2015
    A train wreck happening right in front your eyes, both horrid and spectacular.I am not a fan of Motley Crue but The Dirt is one of the best books on the rock memoirs genre, so i had to read it. Indeed, it's brilliant and no matter how you feel about the group, their antics or their music, you will e...
  • Michelle M
    Jun 07, 2016
    Holy crap. Were the stories of rock and roll decadence entertaining? Absolutely! All the insider reports were delightful even. But I still came away feeling sad, sad that music and the non-stop consumption of drugs, alcohol, women and stuff seemed to be the only way these men could fill the gaping h...