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Most Interesting Autobiography?

I don't know why it took me so long to read this since Marilyn Manson has been an artist I have greatly appreciated for a long time (equally for his message and his music) but I finally got around to reading "The Long Hard Road Out Of Hell" and I thought it was fantastic. I found out a great deal about his early life that I actually didn't know about, though my only complaint is that it was a tad overly nihilistic and didn't portray his intellectual side as well as his shock side. Understandably so since that transformation didn't really occur until Mechanical Animals and even moreso with Holy Wood because of the Columbine incident, but I feel that if he waited a few years it would have been a more balanced book instead of a mostly cool one. Still, I feel that even people who aren't into Manson's music can appreciate the book. I don't really read stuff like this very often, I'm more into horror and science fiction but now that I'm interested, what other autobiographies on musicians are interesting?
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