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  • ISBN 0007319193
  • ISBN13 978-0007319190
  • Language English
  • Author Steven Tyler
  • Publisher HarperCollins Publishers (May 1, 2011)
  • Pages 400
  • Formats lit azw lrf txt
  • Category Biography
  • Subcategory Arts and Literature
  • Size ePub 1420 kb
  • Size Fb2 1313 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 373

The long-awaited, never-before-told, no-holds-barred memoir from the legendary Aerosmith frontman. Finally, all the lurid tales of debauchery, sex, drugs and rock n' roll are told straight from the horse's lips as The Demon of Screamin' describes his unimaginable highs and unbelievable lows as lead singer of the biggest rock band in the world. Prolific frontman, rock icon and sex symbol, Steven Tyler is a living legend. With his raw, sharp-edged vocals, musical versatility and unprecedented song writing skills, Tyler has, as lead singer of Aerosmith, sold millions of records and played sell-out concerts to as many as 450,000 people. Now, at last, he tells his own story, taking us on a wild rollercoaster ride through the bust-ups, binges, orgies and good old American excess in the jaw-droppingly honest, in-your-face way that only Tyler can. Following a fateful meeting with his 'mutant twin' Joe Perry in the summer of 1970, Aerosmith was formed!and the rest, as they say, is rock history. They released their first album in 1973, and by 1976 Aerosmith had gone from being nobodies to massive to off the radar, making history as a multi-platinum, chart-topping band. But with great success comes great excess. Nicknamed the Toxic Twins for their insatiable appetite for drugs, booze and women, Tyler and Perry got caught up in the glamour of self-destruction - smashing each other up with guitars, having seizures and passing out on stage. By 1980 it seemed that the band and its members were set to implode, but after successful stints in drug rehab, Aerosmith were back on track and better than ever. But although he may have given up his wicked, wicked ways, Tyler still enjoys talking about the bad old days. He has so many outrageous stories to tell, and he's gonna tell them all. All the uncensored, head-spinning tales of debauchery, sex, booze, transcendence and chemical dependence you will ever want to hear. As raucous, intoxicating and edgy as his music, this is the most outrageous rock n' roll autobiography of all time.

Dear Steven Tyler; The noise in your head doesn't bother me so much, I. .Walk The Way (the band's autobiography), but focused solely on Steven.

Dear Steven Tyler; The noise in your head doesn't bother me so much, I get a lot of noise in my own head so I can relate, to a degree, but the words in your book really bothered me. A lot. Because the words in your book are a poorly put together bunch of sentences and nonsensical tripe. Yes Steve the noise is your head does bother me because most of the time I can’t keep up with what you’re talking about. I'll admit that part of me wanted that, to hear his side of the story and all the juicy gossip.

Prolific frontman, rock icon and sex symbol, Steven Tyler is a living legend. With his raw, sharp-edged vocals, musical versatility and unprecedented song writing skills, Tyler has, as lead singer of Aerosmith, sold millions of records and played sell-out concerts to as many as 450,000 people. Now, at last, he tells his own story, taking us on a wild rollercoaster ride through the bust-ups, binges, orgies and good old American excess in the jaw-droppingly honest, in-your-face way that only Tyler can. Following a fateful meeting with his 'mutant twin' Joe Perry in the summer of 1970,.

бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. The long-awaited, no-holds-barred memoir from the legendary Aerosmith frontman

бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. The long-awaited, no-holds-barred memoir from the legendary Aerosmith frontman. Finally, all the lurid tales of debauchery, sex, drugs and rock n' roll are told straight from the horse's lips as The Demon of Screamin' describes his unimaginable highs and unbelievable lows as lead singer of one of the biggest rock band in the world. Prolific frontman, rock icon and sex symbol, Steven Tyler is a living legend

Tyler is considered one of rock's most recognizable and dynamic frontmen. Rolling Stone" has cited Tyler as one of the greatest singers of all time.

Tyler is considered one of rock's most recognizable and dynamic frontmen. In December 2010, he performed for President Obama and the First Lady in a special tribute to Sir Paul McCartney at the Kennedy Center Honors, and in January 2011, Tyler joined Jennifer Lopez, Randy Jackson, and host Ryan Seacrest as a judge on the Fox TV phenomenon "American Idol

Walk This Way: The Autobiography of Aerosmith by Aerosmith Hardcover .

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Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Does the Noise in My Head Bother You?: A Rock 'n' Roll Memoir" для чтения в офлайн-режиме. Long May He Rock! -Sir Paul McCartney. Does the Noise in My Head Bother You? is the rock memoir to end all rock memoirs-the straight-up, no-holds-barred life of Grammy Award-winning, Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame inductee, and all around superstar legend Steven Tyler, lead singer of Aerosmith (and celebrity judge on American Idol).

I'm a big Steven Tyler fan and I was just wondering what age group or level the book will be? I know it comes out in May but I was just .

I'm a big Steven Tyler fan and I was just wondering what age group or level the book will be? I know it comes out in May but I was just wondering what you guys think. Update: I mean how young do you think you could be to read it? Follow. 2 answers 2. Report Abuse. Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Yes. No. Sorry, something has gone wrong.

And if you can handle that, Steven, my little skeezix, you may have your Blue Army. Exotic, neurotic, you got it! Does the noise in my head bother you. yet? Yeah, really? I’d say we’re off to a good start. As soon as I could travel my parents headed straight out of town to Sunapee, New Hampshire, to the little housekeeping cottages they rented out every summer, kind of an old-fashioned bed-and-breakfast deal only it was 1950. I was put in a crib at the side of the house. A fox came by and thought I was a cub, grabbed me by the scruff of my diaper, and dragged me into the woods.

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Xisyaco
I'm a rock 'n roll fan and also a mental health professional that's been in the field for over twenty years. Tyler's book is an interesting read for the most part, but problably not for the reasons he intended.

Tyler basically comes across as completely self-absorbed and narcissitic. All his various problems and addictions are caused by unfeeling band members, managers, wives, girlfriend, etc. Nothing is his responsibility. In one section that's unintentionally funny, he talks about his serial infidelity (it's a rock 'n roll thing) and blames his wife for being unfeeling and uncaring. Doesn't she know screwing a lot of women is a job requirement? Why can't she understand Steven's just doing his job? He ends the chapter talking about how lonely it is to be a rock star. Poor guy.

Other than Joe Perry, his fellow band members are barely mentioned. Tom Hamilton co-wrote "Sweet Emotion" and Brad Whitford co-wrote "Last Child," two of the band's biggest hits; yet you never learn anything about them personally, or what they contributed to the band. Tyler does thoughtfully mention the various band members penis sizes (surprise, Tyler is the biggest dick).

To be fair, the book was entertaining for the most part. Tyler is obviously a talented singer and songwriter. However it's hard to get beyond the overweening self-absorption. As a mental health professional, the book is almost a treatise on narcissism (lack of empathy for others, grandiosity, a sense of "specialness" and entitlement along with the belief no one understands their "specialness").

If one wants to understand Steven Tyler's chronic drug dependence and endless rehabs that is where you start. A talented man.....not a very good human being.
Perdana
I couldn't wait to read this book as I had always like Steven Tyler. This book was the most boring, egotistical piece of rubbish I've ever read. He doesn't explain anything, just rambles. Half the time I didn't know if he was married, who he's married to at the time. Very disappointed. I read Keith Richards book and found it to be really enjoyable but this book.....don't waste your money.
Modar
I was excited to get this book, something I've been looking forward to for a couple of years. But it is not something I feel compelled to keep reading like some books make me want to do. I feel like Steven was likely using as he penned some of the chapters. Otherwise why such glamorization of something that took so much from you. At 63, I think that one would care more about what his children and grandchildren who may read the book would feel. I would care about their feelings and would take care not to trash their mothers and I wouldn't dedicate a book that that to my mom. The way he talks of women is disparaging.
Truly, the noise in Steven's head does bother me. I didn't think it would. I've been a fan for so many years. "Walk This Way" made me think I could understand the band and generally understood their personalities. There is a dichotomy between Steven's true self and his public persona. And what I thought I knew of Steven doesn't come through in his book.
I think fans of American Idol that are buying this will think so much less of Steven. I wonder what Tyler thought the masses would think of this. However reading these reviews many think the book it great, so perhaps I'm just wrong.
His long time "blue army" can put these stories in perspective. They can also pick them apart because we know our stuff! There are so many errors in the timelines and the songs etc etc. I thought that's what editors do-- or their staff check things like that. Even the pictures are dated incorrectly.
His story of the child he refers to as "Little Oral Annie" will likely shock the American Idol fans that buy his book. If facts are checked she was actually younger than 16.
I battled that in my mind for a while when I first heard of it. I let it go because I thought the things Steven and the rest of Aerosmith have done for me in my life, outweigh this.
I am in the middle of the book so I will wait before I decide completely, but right now I feel so disappointed because I really don't want to think this is what Steven wanted to leave as his legacy. At least not the Steven I've met as a fan not a friend, but still he was kind and soulful, not brash and mean.
This book was obviously cathartic for him, but what you say when you want to get something off your chest may not be something you want to be published for millions and be the legacy you've left with your name as the author.
Hap
book does not flow very well. tyler thinks much much too highly of himself. according to him the band couldnt tune or play instruments until the allmighty tyler came along. i always enjoyed the music and was surprised at how much lyrical content is referenced. it shows that hes really not a very good lyricist. he quotes great poets like he is one of them. he is not. the only people who may like this book are the deluded who think tyler is a god. apparently he thinks so too. i love aerosmith and being from boston we would see them around alot. but my respect for tyler just went down 9 notches. wait for this book to be free. even then im not sure its worth it.
Sarin
As far back as I can remember, I have loved Steven Tyler and I have loved Aerosmith, who doesn't? I have every studio album they have done and I am eagerly awaiting this new album they are supposedly working on. I even love him as a judge on American Idol. As far as I'm concerned, what ever this guy touches turns to gold, except for this book.He just seems to ramble on and on and on . . .
Every time you think you're getting to hear a good story about one of their albums, or something else you've been looking forward to hearing about, he goes of on some little tangent about drugs or something without ever finishing the story he was telling. If you are a fan, I would say to spend your money on some of his music rather that this book. I guess you might like it if you were'nt expecting a memoir. If you where expecting to hear a few strange stories without actually finding out anything about his career or his life than, get this book.
The man is an awesome performer, writer, singer etc but I wouldn't consider him an author. Don't bother with this, you won't get any insight into his life.