Got the Life: My Journey of Addiction, Faith, Recovery, and Korn is an autobiography by Korn Got the Life Autobiography Cover Book: Korn. From Reggie “Fieldy” Arvizu, legendary bassist of nu-metal pioneers KORN, comes Got the Life: a no-holds-barred look at his extreme highs, drug-. Got the Life by Fieldy, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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I think that’s just what fans of Korn would want and need. A very good book. I didn’t really know anything about the guys in Korn. Sep 16, Larry rated it it was ok. Sep 11, Justin Sylvia rated it liked it.

May 11, Jessica rated it liked it. But by putting the Lord first, with his help we are rewarded with the greatest love ggot could ever imagine, a better and happier life then could ever accomplished on our own in this world and an eternity in paradise in His presents.

Not as good as Head’s book, but still worth checking out. Yum yum in the tum. Straight from the geart.

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A quick read, nice atmosphere and steady. View all 7 comments. This book is about my favorite bass player and my hero: Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. I personally thought that this book was facinating. Although the beginning kept me entertained, I had to force myself to read the end.

I found this book to be insightful and interesting when it gto to the life of 1 Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Honest and follows the pattern of the typical Rock ‘n’ Roll autobiography. The writing wasn’t much of anything special, but it pretty much documents his early lifestyle on drugs and alcohol and later concludes with how he sobers up and redeems himself. Arrogance mixed with spiritual exuberance.


The Best Books of I am a big Korn fan, so I just had to read this book. I wonder what’s next? By putting the flesh and that of this world first in our lives we make those things our gods and sacrifice ourselves in the process. I did at times feel really bad for Fieldy as he didn’t seem to have the smoothest or best of a family life when he was younger, but thankfully he has survived all of the trials and tribulations of his younger years and has come out of the “darkness” as a better and more enlightened man.

The cool cover deserves more though.

Got the Life : My Journey of Addiction, Faith, Recovery, and Korn

We can notify you when this item is back in stock. I had an opportunity to have Fieldy as a guest on my radio show, “Divine Intervention” and to hear him tell his story of faith first hand.

Oh yeah, he gets sober and finds the Lord. Recommended for anyone who has listened to Korn or who also likes to read people’s testimonies. Unbelievably, I read this book today. I found Fieldy’s story to be hugely inspiring. Interesting story of a sinner saved by grace. Got the Life is simultaneously an insider’s look at rock n’ roll superstardom-the good, the bad, and everything in between-and a survivor’s story of a life brought back from the precipice by a new found belief in religious salvation.

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Got the Life: My Journey of Addiction, Faith, Recovery, and Korn by Fieldy

The book is not necessarily written as a diary or journal, but it very much reads like one. It was on hte at Barnes and Noble and promised many valuable things for a Saturday read: May 05, Guillaume rated it it was ok. I don’t often write reviews, but I really enjoyed this book. Simple and perfectly detailed. Nov 16, Obliterature The Bibliophile rated it it was amazing.


Now that you know how dull and cookie cutter this book is go read Hammer of the Gods again.

To view it, click here. I don’t even like Korn, but this was a good read. I promise you that there is bool one peace that will complete you and fill that hole and that is the Holy Spirit of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Unlike Head, Fieldy did not leave Korn when he turned his life around, but rather stuck with the band and his new found faith at the same time. I put this on the same level as Head’s book so I’m pretty sure if you are highly religious or liked Head’s book, you’d like this tje. Absolutely fascinating read about a guy with an extraordinary life, who found an extraordinary God.

Mar 13, Laura Dallas rated it really liked it. He was such a whore. I don’t often write I love reading books from rock musicians, especially ones that become born again believers in Jesus! It was difficult to feel bad for the piece of shit that Fieldy had become, enjoying t I have always been a fan of Korn, but never knew anything personal about their band-members.

I hated Fieldy during the first pages or so of the book due to his mistreatment of every woman in his life besides his mother. Dec 18, Kari rated it really liked it. People who wish to be educated about drugs and alcoholism along with Korn fans.

But in all things the Lord must come first.