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Book: White Line Fever

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As some of you might already know, I’m a big fan of Motörhead. Of course, Motörhead would have never been what they are without the incredibly talented Lemmy. This book is his autobiography and I thought it’d worth reading it.

Since this is not a technical book, I don’t find it suitable to write a per chapter overview. So, it is an amazing autobiography that makes you feel like you have Lemmy talking to you about parts of his life from his early age in England, to countless sex and drugs (a lot of drugs) stories and unbelievable things like working with The Jimi Hendrix Experience band for one year.
I really enjoyed this book and didn’t even realized how fast I had read it. A true rockstar autobiography. :]


Title: White Line Fever: The Autobiography
Authors: Lemmy with Janiss Garza

Prologue
Chapter 1: Capricorn
Chapter 2: Fast and Loose
Chapter 3: Jailbait
Chapter 4: Metropolis
Chapter 5: Speedfreak
Chapter 6: Built for Speed
Chapter 7: Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers
Chapter 8: Keep Us on the Road
Chapter 9: Back at the Funny Farm
Chapter 10: (Don’t Let ‘Em) Grind Ya Down
Chapter 11: Angel City
Chapter 12: We Are Motörhead
Chapter 13: Brave New World

Written by xorl

June 9, 2011 at 20:44

Posted in books

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