The Dirt

The Dirt

Book - 2002
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A chronicle of the career of Mötley Crüe, one of rock music's most provocative and notorious bands, provides an insider's view of rock stardom.
Publisher: New York :, !tbooks,, 2002
Edition: 1st paperback ed
ISBN: 9780060989156
0060989157
Branch Call Number: B Motley Crue Dirt 2002
Characteristics: 431 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm

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biancachvatik
Apr 02, 2019

I found this book extremely entertaining. Laughing, crying, getting excited, never bored. Loved it!

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kaylalgreen
Apr 03, 2017

A really sweet insight into the men of Motley Crue. I love autobio's/memoirs.
Probably one of the strangest opening paragraphs ever though.

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darcyponiewozik
Mar 29, 2015

Growing up listening to the Crue. Had no Idea the pain and anguish they went though in their personal lives. Well written. Couldn't put it down.

ScottNadia Feb 27, 2014

I liked this book. It was an unusual type of book taken from all the band members points of view.

theliebsjk Jun 16, 2013

Even when I was a fan 25 years ago I probably wouldn't have like this book. Crappy writing, juvenile stories, waste of your time.

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