Adding to what others have said
Very good book from former the former Slits member, about life growing up through the 1960`s and getting into music in the late `60`s very early `70`s in London. Hanging around the Punk scene with her good friend Sid Vicious, squatting in flats and hanging around the shop Sex in the Kings Road. Her relationship with Mick Jones and joining the band The Slits, which eventually supported The Clash.
The book is split into 2 parts, the second post Slits where she has to rebuild her life, when The Slits split and she has to get a "proper job". The second part of the book gets pretty hairy at times and I thought she gave a husband a hard time of it, to say he had no chance to reply.
Definitely worth a read, as it`s a very good book, even if you`re not a fan.