Decadent Lifestyle

Lemmy on his life

"If I do die sooner rather than later, I’ll be satisfied with what I’ve done. I’ve had a good life, I’ve been around the world, met all kinds of people. I’ve made people laugh, I’ve fucked chicks of every colour, shape, religion and persuasion. I’ve had a whale of a time out of rock’n’roll, and rock’n’roll has had a whale of a time out of me. That’ll do."

- Lemmy Kilmister


It comes from your crotch




Keith Richards – Life

Tomorrow the long-awaited autobiography of the one and only Keith Richards is released. At last, the man himself tells the story of his wild life. You can order the book at

Listening obsessively to Chuck Berry and Muddy Waters records, learning guitar and forming a band with Mick Jagger and Brian Jones. The Rolling Stones's first fame and the notorious drug busts. Creating immortal riffs, wildfire tours of the U.S., isolation and addiction. Falling in love with Patti Hansen. Estrangement from Jagger and subsequent reconciliation. The list goes on and on.

"Some of my most outrageous nights I can only believe actually happened because of corroborating evidence. No wonder I’m famous for partying! The ultimate party, if it’s any good, you can’t remember it. You get these brief vignettes of what you did. 'Oh, you don’t remember shooting the gun? Pull up the carpet, look at those holes, man.' I feel a bit of shame and embarrassment. 'You can’t remember that? When you got your dick out, swinging from the chandelier, anybody up for grabs, wrap it in a five-pound note?' Nope, don’t remember a thing about it."

- Keith Richards, excerpt from the book

I just ordered it, you should do to.

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Lou Reed




Words of wisdom

To celebrate that I've created 50 of these celebrity-quote-images since the start, I thought I'd share every single one of them in one giant quote post. So here you go, words of wisdom.

Don't miss Words of wisdom - Part 2 and Part 3.


Rock and Roll


The only thing that makes sense


It’s Only Rock N Roll

In June 2007 it was revealed that Keith Richards had secured a $7 million publishing deal to write an autobiography, despite him openly admitting he can’t remember much of his heyday, with years of alcohol and drug abuse causing memory loss and blackouts.