It's So Easy: And Other Lies by Duff McKagan

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If you're looking for a racy, behind the scenes rock n' roll chronicle this isn't it.  This engaging memoir by Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan is more of a reflection on his substance abuse, and overcoming it, with his life in music as a background. He spent his Seattle youth playing in various bands, surrounded by drugs and alcohol.  He was known for his drinking, which in some part he used as self medication for anxiety attacks.  After many of his friends started doing heroin and dying he made the move to Los Angeles and quickly met the guys with whom he'd form Guns N' Roses.  While achieving great success with the band, Duff sank into addiction.  His life was devoted to drinking and finding the drugs to sober him up enough to play that night's show.  Every day.  After a life-changing health crisis, he finds the strength to overcome his addiction without a 12-step program, through exercise, meditation and healthy eating. Check Our Catalog

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