It’s So Easy
by Duff McKagan
Editor: SIMON & SCHUSTER
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ONE OF THE FOUNDING MEMBERS OF GUNS N’ ROSES AND VELVET REVOLVER TELLS THE STORY OF HIS RISE TO THE TOP OF FAME AND FORTUNE, HIS STRUGGLES WITH ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ADDICTIONS, HIS CRASH AND BURN, AND HIS PHOENIX-LIKE TRANSFORMATIONIN 1984, AT THE AGE OF TWENTY, Duff McKagan left his native country in Seattle, partly to continue music, but mostly to move away from a host of heroin overdoses then decimating his closest group of friends in the premises of the punk sceneIn LAonly a few weeks and still live in his car, he responded to an ad for a bass player by a person who identified himself as a “Slash”Soon after, the most dangerous gang in the world was bornGuns N’ Roses has gone to sell over 100 million albums worldwide”It’s So Easy,””Duff tells the Canons unlikely that the trajectory of a chain of multi-platinum albums, sold stage concerts, and the global acclaimBut this kind of glory can take its toll, and it has, ultimately–on Duff, as well as on the tape itselfAs the Arms began to disperse, Duff felt that he himself was made, tooBut his close death as a direct result of alcoholism turned out to be his watershed, the turning point that sent him on a single path towards sobriety and the unexpected choice he had made for himself ever sinceA voice that is as honest as it is indelible from its own, Duff-one of the smartest and most eloquent rock personalities-takes the reader on a grueling journey through the dark heart of one of the most famous rock-and-roll bands in history and the other side of the world.
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