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Does the Noise in My Head Bother You? by Steven Tyler
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May 26, 2011

really liked it

Man, oh man. He doesn't hold much back, does he. No, see, I think he is still holding plenty back, and that realization is sort of frightening, considering all the things that are on the page. He is quite something, and the stream of consciousness, pour it on writing is very refreshing exactly because it's so uncontrolled. It's rare for a memoir. They're usually so carefully worded, revealing only so much. I loved knowing he grew up under his father's grand piano; you understand so much more about his musical capabilities because you know he inhaled classical music his whole life.
He was't entirely honest about his love affair and baby with Julia Holcomb, and it does make you wonder what else he is not being entirely honest about. (perhaps everything?) But all in all, smart, entertaining, lurid, and great.

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