The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band - Part 7, Some of Our Best Friends are Drug Dealers; Part 8, Some of Our Best Friends Were Drug Dealers; and Part 9, Don't Go Away Mad Summary & Analysis

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Part 7, Some of Our Best Friends are Drug Dealers; Part 8, Some of Our Best Friends Were Drug Dealers; and Part 9, Don't Go Away Mad Summary and Analysis

Mick relates his story as a bad boy who, as a five-year-old, tried to hang his brother during a game of cowboys and Indians. Mick's real name is Bob Alan Deal and knows from an early age that he wants to be a performer after watching a rhinestone cowboy act at a county fair. Mick receives guitars for Christmas gifts for several years and before Mick is a teenager, the family moves from Indiana to California to help his sister's respiratory problems.

Mick rebels against his parents' rules and moves into a gardening shed at...

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