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Crazy from the Heat by David Lee Roth

Crazy from the Heat (1997)

by David Lee Roth

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it's Diamond Dave, what else can you say? ( )
  Brian138 | Oct 7, 2011 |
DAVID L. ROTH: This book is great! Required reading for any self-respecting art student.
  MCADTEST | Jan 7, 2009 |
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I can attest that reading Crazy From The Heat is like having its author drunkenly yell incoherent, factually suspect anecdotes into your ear for a 10-hour stretch. It was exhausting and a little dispiriting.
added by Shortride | editA. V. Club, Nathan Rabin (Jan 18, 2010)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0786863390, Hardcover)

The tales from the larger-than-life spectacle that was the glory days of Van Halen are the stuff of rock and roll legend. In this unapologetic, Technicolor, high-fiber blast, David Lee Roth comes across with seemingly unlimited energy and graphic clarity. of photos.

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Crazy From the Heat is the ultimate rock autobiography of America's rock legend Van Halen. Covering the period of the late-70s and 80s, David Lee Roth describes his sex, drugs and rock'n'roll with humour.

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