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Tattoos & Tequila : To Hell and Back with One of Rock's Most Notorious Frontmen
by Vince Neil and Mike Sager


Overview - Rock's ultimate bad boy lets the "real" dirt fly in this raw, raunchy, and completely uncensored road trip through the unbelievable depths of rock n' roll debauchery. For 30 years, Neil has been one of rock's most notorious frontmen. Now, he tells the "whole story, in his own words.  Read more...

 
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Overview

Rock's ultimate bad boy lets the "real" dirt fly in this raw, raunchy, and completely uncensored road trip through the unbelievable depths of rock n' roll debauchery. For 30 years, Neil has been one of rock's most notorious frontmen. Now, he tells the "whole story, in his own words.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780446548045
  • ISBN-10: 0446548049
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
  • Publish Date: September 2010
  • Page Count: 290

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2010-08-09
  • Reviewer: Staff

Like so many rock stars who survive into their 40s, Mötley Crüe front man Neil has produced an autobiography. Raised in Compton, Calif., just as gangs were starting to take over, Neil turned multiracial good looks and a bad attitude into a career singing for the leading hair band of the 1980s. Mötley Crüe embraced the values of rock star excess and garnered fame as much for their drunken exploits as for their music. In one grim episode, an inebriated Neil crashed his Ford Pantera into a Volkswagen, killing his passenger and critically injuring two others. Later, Neil was ejected from the band but eventually returned. Today, he lives in Vegas, making music and running several businesses, including a chain of tattoo parlors. Neil makes no pretense of being thoughtful or reflective, but with Sager's help he's done a more than adequate job of representing himself. Much is said about all the women he's had, all the drugs he's done, all the nice cars he's owned, and all the celebrities he's met. Yet within the rock-star braggadocio lies an entertaining story of a handsome, insecure guy with a lot of energy who got really lucky. Interviews with friends, business associates, and ex-wives bring much-needed depth to the narrative. To his credit, Neil deals honestly with the suffering he's caused. (Sept.)

 
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