A memoir by the famous drummer for Mötley Crüe describes the misbehavior that marked his early childhood, his successes with his heavy metal band, his marriages to Heather Locklear and Pamela Anderson, his witness to a child's drowning death in his swimming pool, and his experiences in jail. 200,000 first printing.
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Tommy Lee was born in Athens, Greece, and moved with his family to California at the age of one. In his musical career he is famous for being the wild drummer of one of the most successful and outrageous bands of the 1980s. A master showman, Lee's antics included performing onstage with a revolving drum kit. Since Mötley Crüe, he has devoted himself to the rap-metal act Methods of Mayhem, on which he collaborated with programming expert Scott Humphrey and rapper TiLo. Lee's last album, a more traditional hard-rock collection, Never a Dull Moment, was released in 2002. He lives in Los Angeles. Visit his website at www.tommylee.tv.Review:
"The pages vibrate with Lee's crazy energy."
-- Entertainment Weekly
"As good as the gold in Goldschlager."
"A compelling yet obscene personal treatise, on fame and the insanity of out celebrity-crazed culture."
-- The Washington Post
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Book Description Atria, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M074348343X
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