Yes. Corey's life was fascinating, and he did a superb job of narrating the book himself.
Emancipation from his parents.
He did a spot on impersonation of Michael Jackson.
Excellent memoir, and I felt that Corey was candid. I wish he would of went into more details on why him and his wife divorced.
I never knew that Artie struggled with such hardcore drug addiction. Therefore, most of the book is focused on his addiction struggles, and there are many dark moments to the book, such as when he tried killing himself, or drinking Bleach (to get high). Props to Artie for being so forthright, and candid, however, I almost stopped listening to the book, due to how depressing it became. As someone who never used drugs, besides finding it difficult to relate, it became overwhelming.
When Artie first met his girlfriend (now fiance).
The Playboy Mansion Story
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