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In the early 1990s, Stone Temple Pilots—not U2, not Nirvana, not Pearl Jam— was the hottest band in the world. STP toppled such mega-bands as Aerosmith and Guns N' Roses on MTV and the Billboard charts. Lead singer Scott Weiland became an iconic front man in the tradition of Mick Jagger, David Bowie, and Robert Plant.

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Overview

In the early 1990s, Stone Temple Pilots—not U2, not Nirvana, not Pearl Jam— was the hottest band in the world. STP toppled such mega-bands as Aerosmith and Guns N' Roses on MTV and the Billboard charts. Lead singer Scott Weiland became an iconic front man in the tradition of Mick Jagger, David Bowie, and Robert Plant.

Then, when STP imploded, it was Weiland who emerged as the emblem of rock star excess, with his well-publicized drug busts and trips to rehab. Weiland has since made a series of stunning comebacks, fronting the supergroup Velvet Revolver, releasing solo work, and, most recently, reuniting with Stone Temple Pilots. He still struggles with the bottle, but he has prevailed as a loving, dedicated father, as well as a business-savvy artist whose well of creativity is far from empty.

These earthling papers explore Weiland's early years as an altar boy right along with his first experiences with sex and drugs. Weiland discusses his complex relationships with his parents, stepfather, siblings, and the love of his life, Mary Forsberg Weiland. Readers learn the fascinating stories behind his most well-known songs and what it was like to be there at the beginning of the grunge phenomenon, as Rolling Stone proclaimed on its cover: "the year punk broke." Not Dead & Not for Sale is a hard rock memoir to be reckoned with—a passionate, insightful, and at times humorous book that reads with extraordinary narrative force.

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As the lead singer of the Stone Temple Pilots (1986-2003, 2008-), Scott Weiland won two Grammys and fronted a grunge band that has sold over 18 million records. During that tumultuous period, however, his record also included several arrests for drugs and DUI. Since breaking his addiction to heroin in 2002, the California-born musician has performed with the multiplatinum group Velvet Revolver and reunited with the group he helped make famous. Not Dead & Not for Sale is Weiland's starkly honest memoir of the highs and lows of his bipolar life. This book is timely, arriving on the heels of Stone Temple Pilots tour and the release of their first album since 2001. The memoir was written with the assistance of David Ritz, the only four-time winner of the Gleason Music Book Award.

Publishers Weekly
Weiland, lead singer of Stone Temple Pilots, delivers a surprisingly sober look at his career as "the guy whose hopeless addictions had—and would always—ruin everything for everyone." Weiland was one of the most commercially successful rockers of the 1990s until his drug-fueled crash-and-burn lifestyle led to the band’s breakup in 2003. He then went to similar commercial fame and personal havoc as singer for the supergroup Velvet Revolver (with Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash) until 2007. In part to set the record straight, Weiland and Ritz (who has coauthored books with Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin and Janet Jackson, among many others) produce a straightforward, readable rock bio. Weiland’s trajectory is familiar: an early troubled life; finding salvation in music; paying dues followed by massive commercial success; losing his way in drug and alcohol abuse as well as troubled marriages; finding peace in rehab; a recent successful drug-free reunion with STP. Sadly, the writing is often bland ("I have a chameleon-like ability to sing in any style") and it displays little of the tremendous energy found in his music as well. (May)
Library Journal
Weiland, front man of the Stone Temple Pilots (STP) and Velvet Revolver, writing with Ritz (coauthor, with Etta James, Rage To Survive), pulls back the cloth to find a layer of gauze underneath. Known among fans for his drug problems throughout STP's 1990s success, he here necessarily focuses on his addiction, but his past is viewed through a fog. Weiland relates his "Tale of Two Fathers" childhood and the "California-Ohio hip-square split" that informed his love for the Clash and Elton John. The band's formation and evolution are discussed, along with stories behind the lyrics. With short chapters and a magazine-like layout, this is a fast read with some artful writing and painterly scenes, but it's a choppy trip. VERDICT Fans will appreciate Weiland's memoir, but there is not enough music juice to win over the casual reader. Those looking for a consideration of drug culture have already found Keith Richards's Life. Readers who sought out Weiland's ex-wife's memoir, Mary Forsberg Weiland's Fall to Pieces, will appreciate his own honest and loving treatment of their capricious relationship and the further insight into his life.—Anna Katterjohn, Library Journal
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"Fascinating . . . Weiland's story isn't over, but the four decades' worth of material he crams into Not Dead & Not for Sale makes for a compelling and worthwhile read." —Associated Press
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780743297165
  • Publisher: Scribner
  • Publication date: 5/17/2011
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Scott Weiland has been nominated for six Grammys, winning two along with numerous MTV, Billboard, and American Music Awards. His work with Stone Temple Pilots has sold more than 18 million records, and his first Velvet Revolver was the bestselling rock album of 2004.
David Ritz is the only four-time winner of the Gleason Music Book Award. He has collaborated with Ray Charles, Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin, Etta James, and Don Rickles. He also cowrote, with Gaye, the song “Sexual Healing.”

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PRELUDE

EVERY TIME I TRY TO CATCH UP TO MY LIFE, something stops me. Different people making claims on my life. Old friends telling me new friends aren’t true friends. All friends trying to convince me that I can’t survive without them.

Then there are the pay-for-hire get-off-drugs professionals with their own methods and madness. They help, they hurt, they welcome me into their institutions … and, well, their madness.

Welcome to my life.

Two years ago, my life was self-restricted to a sober living house, meaning that I walked through the doors of my own free will. Within hours, I watched the game of communal free will get stepped on, laughed at, and batted around like a Ping-Pong ball.

One of my fellow patients was a rocker chick just turned twenty-one. She had a problem with depression. We met in the lounge and talked the night away, smoking cigarettes, exchanging words of comfort.

“Am I pretty?” she asked me.

“You are beautiful,” I told her.

“Everyone says I smell because I haven’t showered.”

“Everyone can get fucked,” I told her. “When you’re depressed, you’re not exactly in the mood for a shower.”

She told me a story of grief and confusion. I listened. When she was through, we hugged good night. She kissed me sweetly. She wanted more.

“We can’t do this,” I said. “It’s not right. Not now, not here.”

A day later, I was approached by one of the counselors whom I considered a first-class shit talker.

“Rumor has it that the two of you were intimate.”

“What’s intimate?” I asked.

“Sex.”

“No!”

“She obviously has a crush on you.”

“Okay. What of it?”

“I heard you two had sex in the Jacuzzi.”

“No Jacuzzi,” I said. “No sex. Besides, who has sex in a Jacuzzi?”

“I want to know what happened,” she insisted.

“We were flirtatious. That was inappropriate. So we stopped.”

This young woman was confronted at our next group session. Sixteen hours later, she sliced her leg down past the fatty tissue. She was a cutter. They took her out of the villa and put her in a psych ward.

What can I do about it?

I write a poem, “The Little Villa and Painted Egg.”

Minds squall, alcohol, heroin

The man, the boy, the girl

The little villa where you live

You need to fill that pain inside

Xanex, Valium, barbiturates—they ease the easy side

Of all you fucked-up managerial types

You love to rule by what you say

Not by what you find

Beautiful garden, Easter eggs, those that you never really had

You stole our experiences and stole our baskets

That’s how you found twenty-one out of fifty-seven

THAT WAS LAST MONTH. This week I’m home dealing with those who “manage” my business life, those who, for their own purposes, direct my moves. They are my partners, assistants, and drug coaches (whom we call “minders”). There is no peace, not for an hour, not for thirty seconds. Someone is always showing up with calculated suggestions and implied instructions. I don’t know, but I think I’ve done pretty well for myself, even during my long-lasting, narcotic misadventures—all without the protective bubble of paranoid employees, partners, and helpers—er, minders.

Meanwhile, the facts are these:

It has been eight and a half years since I shot dope and nearly three years since I did coke.

I still drink. A regular garden-variety boozer, I am like any other barfly or drink-alone kind of guy. My relationship to liquor is not romantic the way I once envisioned my love affair with dope. I struggle to stop drinking, but I don’t see it as suicidal. In any event, I’m not drinking today. Today I’m inviting you into the middle of my life and the middle of my head. My heart feels a bit closed off because I’m realizing that there are few people, if any, that I fully trust. That’s an amazing statement to make and brings me to what may be the purpose of this book.

How did I get to this point? One word could probably suffice—loss.

I’m searching for explanations.

Someone recently gave me a T-shirt that said, I’M IN LIKE SEVEN BANDS.

There is a Stone Temple Pilots story to tell. There is a Velvet Revolver story to tell. There is a love story to tell. And a drug story to tell.

AMONG MY GREAT LOVES is that category of substances called heroin. Narcotic alkaloids. Derivatives of opium. I describe this stuff lovingly. I do so at the risk of high irresponsibility. It is not my intention to mislead anyone looking to live a righteous life. God knows that the shit will kill you, inside and out, soul to the bone. At the same time, I am committed to an honest assessment of the wreckage of my past. I loved opiates; I hated opiates; I am attracted to opiates perhaps the way John Keats was attracted to death. One hundred ninety years ago, the romantic poet wrote “Ode to a Nightingale”:

I have been half in love with easeful Death,

Call’d him soft names in many a mused rhyme,

To take into the air my quiet breath;

Now more than ever seems it rich to die,

To cease upon the midnight with no pain,

With thou art pouring forth thy soul abroad

In such an ecstasy!

IS DEATH THE MUSE? Is rock and roll the nightingale? Are opiates the key to unlocking the magical kingdom where colorful flowers fade to black? Why should anyone—especially a kid or a man who suspects that he or she may have talent—be drawn to such a kingdom?

I don’t know. Except that the pull is visceral. It may also be an act of self-loating or anger against home or society or even the human condition in which the promise of death shadows us from those first fresh moments of birth.

I think of the young woman overwhelmed by a compulsion to cut herself. The compulsion is heartbreaking and bizarre, but maybe not bizarre at all—maybe it’s simply the most honest compulsion of all because it gets to the heart of the matter. My long opiate-dazed days and sleepless nights were all about cutting myself emotionally. When I got high, the last thing in the world I wanted to do was party or interact with other human beings. I retreated to the dark corners of my room and my life. I stayed alone and disappeared down black holes where no one could find me. I couldn’t find myself. I didn’t want to find myself. I became invisible. Or, as I put it in the song “Dead and Bloated,” “I am smellin’ like the rose that someone gave me on my birthday deathbed.”

© 2011 Scott Weiland

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  • Posted May 29, 2011

    An amazing let down!

    I'm a freaking huge Scott Weiland fan. For many years I have been fascinated by his music, and even more by his live performances. He's such an energetic, creative, passionate performer when he's in front of a crowd doing his thing.

    I was looking forward to getting my hands on this book ever since hearing Scott would be writing this years ago. It took years for me to get my hands on it, and then 2.5 hours to read the whole thing cover to cover. It usually takes me several days to get through a book with almost 300 pages. This book has tons of filler space in it. Everything from large over sized lyrics stretched across the page to solid black and white pages with nothing...

    Any serious Scott Weiland, STP, Velvet Revolver fan will know 80% of the information Scott shares in this book. I get the impression Scott started "holding back" when it came to actually writing this book. He does give you some insight to his personal battles, but then as soon as he tells you something, the sentence seems to stop instantly, then it's a new chapter.

    There is very little personal insight to the behind the scenes workings of STP and VR. The little tid bits shared about the bands has been on the internet for years by now.

    (Spoiler Alert) There's a brief sentence mentioning about the backstage drama with Velvet Revolver. He says something like "Slash's wife had started placing herself in the band's meetings." That's it. He doesn't even share any examples of what happened in any of the meetings. There could have been a whole chapter of page after page writing just about those meetings...

    It just seemed like it jumped around a lot, and kinda felt rushed as I got to the stuff I really wanted to hear about the behind the scenes life of the bands.

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  • Posted May 18, 2011

    Ok.......

    What I expected to be a fascinating read turned out to be a complete let down. For someone as beautifully gifted as Scott Weiland is I find it difficult to comprehend how this book got published. I am an incredibly huge fan of anything Scott Weiland but cannot fathom that this is his best work. The book jumped around and was hard to follow where we were in his life. Huge milestones and stories were simply not there.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 16, 2011

    Amazing

    I see Mary has come and rated this book a 1-star. Who else would do that to a book that's not even out yet? Can't wait for this. Fantastic and intriguing musician Scott

    2 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 29, 2012

    GREAT READ!

    The book was great insight into one of the best rock groups ever. The book was filled with great never before seen photos of the band in the early days when they were just starting out. This book is a must read for fans that aren't even STP fans.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2012

    Ehhh

    I was really excited to read this book, and am a little disappointed. I feel like it was poorly written. I did not get much out of it. Fall To Pieces was much much better!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2011

    Great

    I loved it! This book is hard to put down. Very interesting and funny.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2011

    short but interesting

    i want to know more!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 5, 2011

    Okay

    I was am huge Scott Weiland fan. I was expecting a bit more. I had read Mary's bio, and absolutely loved it. She talked so much about the love they had for each other, and did not diss him once (nor did he in his book), and about her drug and bipolar problems. But there was just so much more background missing. I wanted to know more about his bringing up, the relationship with his mother, and his fight with bipolar.

    I saw him in concert back in October, the love he had for his children at the show was phenomenal, and Mary was there as well. He could have just told more about the past and how it is better for him now and for the future.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 22, 2011

    Not the usual

    Its not the usual lurid, name dropping celebrity tell all memoir. Thats why i liked it so much. Scott gives you glimpses into his life, makes no lame excuses and blames nobody for his troubles. The man is a survivor. He has my respect.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 17, 2011

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    Not the easiest non-fiction read

    I am a HUUUUGE Scott Weiland fan. So, I was very excited when i heard about this book. It's not the easiest read, though. He tends to write like its a song and not a book. You have to spend too much time deciphering what he's trying to say. Like most of his songs. He's led an interesting life, no doubt...but you have to really wanna know about this guy to be able to get into this one.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 13, 2011

    Quick+read

    Good+overview+of+Scott+and+the+band.++I+appreciated+the+fact+that+it+wasnt+too+long.++Great+insight+and+some+cool+history.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 7, 2011

    What a let down!

    I've been a S.W. fan forever and was excited to read his memoir. Unfortunately it was shockingly disappointing. With his colorful personality I couldnt wait to dive into his life but unfortunately all I got was a list of facts about his life. There is virtually no insight what-so-ever in this book. Some of the "chapters" were 1 page long. It is filled with facts and almost no story behind them. There were interesting facts that I wanted to know more about but unfortunately he would state a fact and change the subject. There is nothing new in this book you wouldnt already know from just being a fan. This was a 2 hour read and I am less of a fan now than before I read it. I am disappointed that he and the publisher would think this book would be worth my 24.00 I paid for it. Buy Scar Tissue or Heroine Diaries for a good Rock Star biography instead

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2011

    Great

    This book was everything I thought it would be. It explained so much about Scott and why he is the person he is today. He ties experiences to all of his music that really allows you to connect and understand him. I wish the book was a little longer though.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 23, 2011

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    LOL!

    I just wanted to laugh out LOUD at angiedoll's review. LOL!!! That definitely had to be Mary. Hilarious. Now I'm definitely going to read this book. Thanks for the tip off :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2013

    A short entertaining read.

    A short entertaining read.

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