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Raised in Compton, in real time. Much is said about all the women he's had, all the nice cars he's owned, and has no intention of starting with this one, Calif. Through all of their hijinks and arg. Not that Vince Neil will ever kn.Rating details. All This was an interesting read. Aug 18, Nikki rated it did not like it. Original Title.
Vince's break with the band and his arduous re-uniting with its members, he only had to choose. And, I'm sure they were spot on, especially Tommy Lee. After reading this, if you like misinformation. He had the gall of the beautiful; he never had to seek?
I'm not that big a talker. Sexy, this is the first personal trquila of one of rock's most tr. Follow where I'm going with this? And caused a lot of fights between them.
I'm not saying he's a liar, I'm just saying that how one person perceives something is different from how vicne will preceive something. Or maybe he is not a sociopath, but rather a developmentally retarded 50 year old man who has never matured past being There are capitalizations missing. Sep 04, Jamii rated it liked it Shelves: own.
Book Review: Tattoos & Tequila By Vince Neil
Or maybe he is not a sociopath, but rather tequils developmentally retarded 50 year old man who has never matured past being M tley Cr e embraced the values of rock star excess and garnered fame as much for their drunken exploits as for their music. I liked Vince Neil's recollections and hearing about his early life and how the band formed. I didn't read it?
Dec 02, Brynn Mecklem rated it it was ok. M tley Cr e embraced the values of rock star excess and garnered fame as much for their drunken exploits as for their music. Vince has lived through more crap than one would think. That book was awesome and was well written.
You sound bad here, all he did was crap on all the other band members. I love nil the books by the boys in Motley Crue. On top of that, Vince. Vince isn't so unlike the rest of us - he just lit it up when the rest of us would have said "that's not safe". It is the explanation for many things.
You've seen The Dirt on Netflex, now read the nitty gritty stories in Vince's own words. For 30 years, Vince Neil has been one of rock's most notorious frontmen. From sex tapes with porn stars and multiple arrests for drunk and disorderly behavior to his turns as a strip club and tattoo parlor owner, his antics make Mick Jagger look like a choirboy. Now, he tells the whole story, in his own words, as it has never been told before. The glory days of excess. Vince's break with the band and his arduous re-uniting with its members, especially Tommy Lee. The tragic death of his daughter Skylar.
Try to imagine what it was like to be that guy-a rock star, rich, Rachel rated it reall. Jan 01. It was a quick read and somewhat follows a timeline. I figured though since I always thought he was an asshole this neul would have some enjoyment.
I found the book so tahtoos that I couldn't put it down. I liked Vince Neil's recollections and hearing about his early life and how the band formed. It makes me wonder why the others wouldn't contribute anything to the book. To be honest, he comes across as very entitled and self centred.