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Obras por Flea

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Conhecimento Comum

Sexo
male
Nacionalidade
Australia

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I feel like you have to be a hardcore Flea fan (not necessarily a RHCP fan), or thoroughly enjoy learning things you can’t unlearn to genuinely enjoy this book. Had no feelings in either direction on the first count, and know where I stand in the second. So ya. This wasn’t for me.
 
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ilkjen | 8 outras críticas | Nov 9, 2023 |
I'm actually not a Red Hot Chili Peppers fanatic so came to this as a reluctant reader. The book recounts Flea's (RHCP bassist) unconventional upbringing in 1970s Los Angeles., delving into his early experiences with music, his struggles with addiction, and his professional journey in the music world. Flea's frank and introspective writing style makes for a compelling and inspiring read.
 
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Cam_Torrens | 8 outras críticas | Mar 17, 2023 |
Fun book, a bit ragged and unhinged but that seems right. It definitely wasn’t cleaned up by a ghostwriter. Follows Flea’s rough childhood and his years as a young musician/druggie in late 70s early 80s LA (where he went to JR and Sr high school. Stops just at the formation of RHCP, so we don’t get to hear about them taking over the world.
 
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steve02476 | 8 outras críticas | Jan 3, 2023 |
First I'm not a the fan of Red Hot Chili Peppers and till I picked up this book had't ever heard of him. This was recommended to me and an exceptional read, better even on audio. So I listened, I was quickly brought into a familiar world of growing up the 60's and 70's. These were wild, dangerous, crazy times and "Flea" tested all the offers of the times, and lived to tell the story. Emotionally distant parents, poverty, drugs, drugs, and more drugs, friendships made, lost, found and sadly death.
I walked along the same path as him through many of the 60's and 70's, Los Angeles was a wild place to grow up. As I listened to his heart opening story I learned somethings about myself as well as weeped with his pains. I loved this touching story not of a rock star but a boy, a man, in transition every moment with no known destination.
… (mais)
½
 
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TheYodamom | 8 outras críticas | May 21, 2022 |

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Obras
3
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Membros
383
Popularidade
#63,101
Avaliação
4.0
Críticas
9
ISBN
27
Línguas
4

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