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A bassist and founding member of the hard-core metal band Korn describes how the group was nearly destroyed by drugs and alcohol, his own struggles through addiction and recovery, and his redemptive spiritual transformation after the mysterious death of his born-again Christian father.
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ISBN-13:  978-0061662492
Author:  Laura Morton
Genre:  Fiction Themes, Biography & Autobiography, Music
Publisher:  William Morrow & Co
Date Published:  March 01, 2009
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Pros: Inspiring and talks a lot about willpower, memorable for inspirational moments     Cons: Can be too preachy at times     The Bottom Line: Fieldy is a cool nickname.     I just read Got the Life by Korn bassist Fieldy. And I can tell you for certain that it truly is a shocking book. There are shockers all over the place in Got the Life, and I'd like to share a few of them with you. Are you ready? Okay.... Shocker the first: There apparently …
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