Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Repetitive and vague, this memoir from former Korn bassist Fieldy is a slog only fans could love. For pages. Read Got the Life by Fieldy by Fieldy by Fieldy for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Written by Fieldy, Audiobook narrated by William Dufris. Sign-in to download and listen to this audiobook today! First time visiting Audible? Get this book free.
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Music was in his bones. A very good book. I guess this dude’s alright since he claims to be sober now. Filled with the spirit of his new faith, Fieldy quit drugs and drinking cold turkey, and found the best part of himself. Sounds like a 75 year old with a cold. I read this in my high school years, since I was a fan of Korn at the time. Now as a chart-topping industry anomaly, he has learned to ignore the haters and make peace with his craft.
The day Lacey Sturm planned to kill herself was the day her grandmother forced her fieody go to church, a place Lacey thought was filled with hypocrites, fakers, and simpletons.
We were created in His image to love and worship him and as long as you are trying to live on your own, according to your terms, there will always be a void within you that can only be filled by the love of Christ. From Korn’s legendary bassist comes a no-holds-barred look at the extreme highs and drug-and-booze-fueled lows of the biggest heavy metal band of our era Music was in his bones. Swap it for free.
Worst narrator ever; cheesy content in the book. Considering that I was and still am a Korn fan, this book was definitely on my list to read from the band members with the other books being from Brian “Head” Welch.
Would you listen to another book narrated by William Dufris? And you never forget it’s there. This is a story of repentance, a hard core rocker living a life of sex and drugs admits he was killing himself and pushing his friends away and turns to God.
What happened next was something Fieldy had always dreamed of but was totally unprepared for: Get it free with day trial. Brian “Head” Welch Length: Marilyn Manson, Neil Strauss Narrated by: With the charismatic Layne Staley behind the microphone, they became one of the most influential and successful bands to come out of the Seattle music scene.
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Got the Life: My Journey of Addiction, Faith, Recovery, and Korn by Fieldy
Show More Show Less. Now that would be something far more edifying to read! It’s never to late Being fieldyy fan of korn sinceand now being a Christian myself it is amazing what god can do, fieldy is honest and as transparent as he can.
Personally I cannot deal with that shit sorry!
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Return to Book Page. Worst narrator ever; cheesy content in the book. Cancel anytime and keep your audiobooks. He was unfaithful, abusive, mean, and sometimes violent. That’s how lucky he’s been, how fortunate he is to be pulling breath after so many close calls. Fieldy is a natural leader, and you get a intimate preview how his motivation lifd passion were corrupted by drugs and ego. Go unvarnished true story of the tragic life and death of Aaron Hernandez, the college All-American and New England Patriots star convicted of murder, told by one of the few people who knew him best: Korn exploded, skyrocketing to the top of the charts and fronting the nu metal phenomenon.
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Ron Sydney, Australia Want to Read saving…. Aug 25, Barbara rated it liked it. The book is not necessarily written as a diary or journal, but it very much reads like one.
Best Selling in Nonfiction See all. Fielvy is now happily married to his wife, Dena, and has three children.
Music was in his bones. Good story, poor Narrator! I hope to shake his hand and tell him how much I appreciate his words some day. From Korn’s legendary bassist comes yot no-holds-barred look at the extreme highs and drug-and-booze-fueled lows of the biggest heavy metal band of our era. The more drugs he took, the more booze he drank, the worse he became: One thing i love is when he became a Christian, his live turned and he became a better person not only for himself but for his family and friends.
His plan for us is always better than any plan we could have for ourselves.