Edition language: Deutsch
, Biography Memoir
, Pop Culture
, Rock N Roll
I'm not usually a huge fan of rock biographies. I've found that they're too often poorly written and interesting only to big fans of whatever musician or band they're about. Therefore, I did not have high hopes when I started listening to Scar Tissue, the story of Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anth...
My flatmate at university looked and acted a bit like Anthony Kiedis, so I read a lot of this in a bookstore. He portrays himself as a man who just drifts from success to success. Women take him into stairwells and, like an innocent, he is led into sin.Somehow the most interesting details of his lif...
A pretty fascinating, no-holds-barred look into the life of the vocalist of one of my favourite bands. This is possibly the first ever memoir.autobiography I've come across where the author not only admits how awful he may have been at points, but also makes no excuses for it. This actually ended up...
After months of renewing this book at the library and getting side tracked with other books, (such as the Fifty Shades series), I finally finished reading Scar Tissue.It was definitely an interesting read, even if Anthony Kiedis is a bit of a tool. He had such a horrible drug addiction, with so many...
When I first started reading this book I thought to myself what a self involved asshole! Which is sad because I'm a big fan of the band and wanted to like him. In fact I had to have a little pep talk with myself so I could carry on reading. It went something along the lines of- "You don’t have to li...
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