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Publisher's Summary

Keith Morris is a true punk icon. No one else embodies the sound of Southern Californian hardcore. Short and sporting waist-length dreadlocks, Morris is known the world over for his take-no-prisoners approach on the stage and his integrity off of it. Over the course of his 40-year career, he's battled diabetes, drug and alcohol addiction, and the record industry.
My Damage is more than a book about the highs and lows of a punk rock legend, however. It's also a look at rock 'n' roll through the lens of someone who has shared the stage with just about every major figure in the music industry and appeared in cult films like The Decline of Western Civilization and Repo Man. It's a Hollywood story from a native's perspective. My Damage is Morris's streets, his scene, his music - as only he can tell it.
©2016 Keith Morris (P)2016 Tantor
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5 out of 5 stars
By Brian Kieffer on 05-31-18

Being an old punk rock fan it was great!

Being an old school punk rocker I loved it brought back tons of memories. The odd thing for me was knowing Keith voice and his speech patterned hering somone else read it.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Jeff on 05-13-18

keith rocks.

keith has such a humble perspective on music, and a very realatabe, perspective on punk and music on general. Keith comes across as genuine and has a great literary voice.

The narrator has a great voice but should have done more homework. He pronounces Fugazi wrong and sounds like an ass.

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