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Thank you so much. He was an amazing person and I truly believe he did a lot with what little time he had on this earth. The fact that so many of you have messaged me is heartwarming  and I honestly feel that I could hug every single one of you right now. 

BOB ROCK: I met Nikki when I produced Dr. Feelgood. He had just gotten sober for the first time. I’ve always known him as not normal but sober and straight, and in that state he’s one of my best friends.   I’ve seen him slip twice. After we finished recording Dr. Feelgood, I was in a studio with Nikki and Tommy. It was a Sunday night in Hollywood, and he and Tommy decided to have a glass of wine with dinner. I was telling them, “Guys, you can’t do that,” but Nikki said, “Rockhead, one glass with dinner will be fine.” Of course after the glass came another one, then suddenly the bottle was gone and Nikki was on the phone to his dealer. I asked him, “Nikki, what are you doing?” And he said, “Why wait? I know where I’m going tonight, so why wait?”   He went to the total extreme in ten minutes. Then the whole night just became pure pandemonium. Nikki and Tommy went to a club–there was probably only one club open on a Sunday night, but they found it. All the old dealers came out of the woodwork; there were girls, drugs, debauchery. We ended up back at the studio because I figured that was the best way to keep them out of jail. They ended up carving swastikas in the wall of A&M’s studio. We had to blow out the first week of recording while Nikki went home to try to mend his marriage. 

Sixx, Nikki (2007-09-18). The Heroin Diaries 

After Lois got back with the loads last night, things got kind of…warped… When she came back she had some other girl with her. I recognized her from some porn movies Pete had. I don’t remember what her name was…did I even know it? but she left a few minutes ago. Anyway, after I took a second dose, and not enough cocaine to bring me out of my stupor, this girl decided she was going to spend the night with me…who was I to argue?The only problem we had was that my dick didn’t seem to be aware that she was there. She kept asking me what was wrong, and I was so out of it that I thought she meant what was wrong with the world, so I started talking about global poverty and shit. I’m not surprised she left…I suspect she won’t be coming back.

Sixx, Nikki (2007-09-18). The Heroin Diaries 

NIKKI: I’d met Lita Ford in 1982 at the Troubadour in Los Angeles. She’d walked up and introduced herself by putting half a quaalude on my tongue, and in a matter of days we were living together. But back then I was in full-on party animal mode, and after Mötley finished the Shout at the Devil tour, I moved out from her place to live with Robbin Crosby from Ratt.   We met up again just before Christmas ’86 when I wrote a song, “Falling In and Out of Love,” to go on her album, and she was horrified at my condition. I was waif-thin, out of my mind, doing drugs non-stop, snorting off the piano as we were trying to write. I’d taken things much further than she’d ever dreamed, and she felt she didn’t know me anymore. Lita liked to party, sure, but I had become a full-blown addict.

Sixx, Nikki (2007-09-18). The Heroin Diaries