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Subject: VICE Magazine says Bebe Buell is a "Psycho Groupie" who "scared" them


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This is too good. The best review published yet.
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Date Posted: 14:06:47 01/16/02 Wed
Author Host/IP: cf4.onenet.net/164.58.10.124
In reply to: she deserves it 's message, "BEBE BUELL"S BOOK WORST OF 2001 - ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY" on 02:24:44 01/09/02 Wed

from VICE Magazine

Rebel Heart: An American Rock and Roll Journey
By Bebe Buell

List of men Bebe Buell fucked: Todd Rundgren, Steve Tyler, Elvis Costello, Mick Jagger, Iggy Pop, Ron Wood, Rod Stewart, Jack Nicholson, David Bowie, Jimmy Page. Times Bebe Buell claims she is not a “groupie” in Rebel Heart: on almost every page. “Todd says I’m too classy to be a groupie. At least I’m not a coke whore. He would never call me an idiot. I felt like Grace Kelly.” Bebe Buell is the epitome of Almost Famous. If she hadn’t given birth to the ripe and ready-for-fame Liv Tyler, I’m not sure I would have ever even heard of her. And I would’ve missed out on this incredibly bad/good book.
Bebe’s delusions are fucking hilarious: Todd Rundgren was influenced by Bowie because of me. I sabotaged my modeling career on purpose. I felt like the Yoko Ono of Aerosmith. If I hadn’t dated all those men, and posed for Playboy, I would’ve been a rock star in my own right. Todd would be fucking nondescript tramps, whereas I would be fucking major icons.
My favorite Bebe fantasy concerns Elvis Costello. After many torrid weeks of love and intimacy, Elvis went back to his wife. Bebe called and called; no answer. She wrote letter after letter; no response. Bebe showed up at his concert and was banned from the backstage. Why is Elvis doing this to her?
“Now I understand why he couldn’t respond: He cannot see me again because I am irresistible to him. He says it in his songs. He can’t get too close because he’ll fall for me again.” Ow. No. He dumped you, Bebe, because you’re a psycho groupie, and he got all scared of you. Now you got me all scared of you, too.


>This was posted here already, about a week or so ago,
>but then disappeared after about a day. At first I
>thought amazon.com bought out Groupie Central and
>start censoring all of Bebe Buell's negative reviews
>here too, Ha Ha, but I guess not.
>
>Anyway after all of Bebe's obsessive ranting and
>insults she's posted on this board while looking down
>at the rest of the world over her upturned nose, I
>think it's important to re-iterate that Entertainment
>Weekly listed Bebe's book as on of the five worst
>books of 2001, chose it as the feature photo under the
>"Worst" title, and made a point of noting her
>obsessive delusions that she's not really a groupie
>but a "muse", and her insane delusions that Elvis
>Costello is sending her coded messages in his songs.
>
>I found it to be a fitting end to her months of
>Buellshit on this board.
>
>Personally, I would love to read yet another book by
>the beloved Miss Pamela. Maybe she could write the
>TRUE story of Bebe Buell. Now THAT would be
>interesting. I'm sure there's not enough of a market
>for it, but I'd sure read it.
>
>
>>Just thought those of you who didn't see this would be
>>interested (from Q Magazine, England):
>> You'd expect that a woman who spent the
>>70's "hanging out" with Jagger, Bowie & Warren Beatty
>>would have many a juicy tale. But Buell - model,
>>singer, nother of Liv Tyler and prodigious shagger of
>>rock stars - is primarily concerned with defending her
>>reputation in this dull tome. Even with rock scribe
>>Bockris helping her hold the pen, Buell is unable to
>>recount and incident without re-iterating that she was
>>a) beautiful, b)a musician in her own right and c) a
>>muse NOT a groupie. For every titbit about Jagger
>>wearing her lingerie, we must suffer the 'revelation'
>>that Prince (who she never even met) wrote 'Little Red
>>Corvette' about her, hence the lyric: "Bebe, you're
>>much too fast." A little honesty and humour wouldn't
>>have gone astray.

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