This book is essentially 2 books in one. The first book is an account of Fieldy's debauched life of sex, drugs, music, and disturbed home life, both growing up and when starting his own. The second half is after the trauma of his father's passing and finding religion. The first part, I felt, ran a little long. The second part was well written.
- It Books
When Korn exploded, skyrocketing to the top and fronting the nu-metal phenomenon, Fieldy became a rock star and acted like one—as notorious for his hard-partying, womanizing, drug-abusing, bad-boy behavior as he was for his one-of-a-kind bass lines. He was unfaithful, abusive, mean, sometimes violent. Fieldy had the life.
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Got The Life Audible Audiobook – Unabridged Fieldy (Author), William Dufris (Narrator), HarperAudio (Publisher) 258 ratings See all formats and editions Kindle $12.99 Read with Our Free App Audiobook $0.00 Free with your Audible trial Hardcover $10.98 23 Used from $2.87 8 New from $35.99 2 Collectible from $44.31 Paperback
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Feb 09, 2010 · From Reggie “Fieldy” Arvizu, legendary bassist of nu-metal pioneers KORN, comes Got the L ife: a no-holds-barred look at his extreme highs, drug- and-booze-fueled lows, and, finally, redemption through a conversion to Christianity.
Oct 06, 2009 · Got the Life My Journey of Addiction, Faith, Recovery, and Korn Fieldy 4.5 • 63 Ratings $12.99 Publisher Description From Reggie “Fieldy” Arvizu, legendary bassist of nu-metal pioneers KORN, comes Got the Life: a no-holds-barred look at his extreme highs, drug- and-booze-fueled lows, and, finally, redemption through a conversion to Christianity.
Repetitive and vague, this memoir from former Korn bassist Fieldy is a slog only fans could love. For 200 pages, addiction dominates the narrative of Fieldy's rock and roll career, which revolves numbingly around the same two points: "I didn't realize what a jerk I was" and "I didn't want to talk... I just wanted to drink and get high."
- Brian Welch, David Randall Silveria, Fieldy