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Old 04-04-2011, 02:54 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Heroin Diaries would be the quintessential one, no?
I got Keith Richard's new autobiography. Have yet to crack it but this sort of thing rarely disappoints.
I'm assuming all would probably lean towards good reads for pure rock n roll stories. Not overly fond of Richards or Sixx but i can see their life stories as being deemed a good read.
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Well, Lexicon Devil, Heroin Diaries, and Keith Richards are all non-fiction books. By its definition, a novel is fiction. So none of those technically count for rock novels.

But they all sound like good reads. Heck, I told a writer friend of mine to read The Heroin Diaries just last week.
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Lestat was such a douche

but thnx 2 Urbz and Jansz, those books sound great
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Well, Lexicon Devil, Heroin Diaries, and Keith Richards are all non-fiction books. By its definition, a novel is fiction. So none of those technically count for rock novels.

But they all sound like good reads. Heck, I told a writer friend of mine to read The Heroin Diaries just last week.
oh. silly me.
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oh. silly me.
I did the same thing. Rock n Roll man Rock n Roll.
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I recently read a collection of short stories called "Carved in Rock." They're all fiction written by rockers or people in the industry, such as Peter Townsend, Ray Davies, Eric Burdon, and Ray Manzarek. Some are good, some not so hot. But it's interesting to how they relate to another art form.
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