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Singer Belinda Carlisle reveals a double-edged life in a new memoir from her burgeoning glory days in the all-girl band the Go-Go's to decades of cocaine use that masked her personal insecurities. A's punk scene and becoming "the first female band formed by women to write our own songs and play our own instruments.
It was pretty revolutionary," said Carlisle. We had no idea how to play our instruments. We just looked that way.
It was a combination of punk, rockabilly and tiaras, torn stockings and stilettos," Carlisle said. In those venues, the Go-Go's sang their demo version of the early single "We Got The Beat" and were spat on -- a practice known as "gobbing.
I remember coming off crying and covered in nikki sims vagina nude she said. Eventually they were signed to IRS records who steered them to a more pop-orientated sound for their debut album "Beauty and the Beat" that launched the band to global success. Carlisle's cocaine habit then careened out of control.