Dancing in the Darkness

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John Blake Publishing Ltd, Sep 1, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 196 pages
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This is one man's guide to begging for sex, smuggling drugs, and pretending to be rock 'n' roll—just take up what you are worst at, hold on tight, and enjoy the ride! In this offbeat, hilarious, harebrained manual on fame, fortune, and the universe, Frankie offers a unique slant on the bigger questions in life in an attempt to help readers (and himself) arrive at a greater understanding of the world through the excesses of sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll. Thanks to a revolutionary process called the Mind Sweeper, devised by his Polish cleaner, he is able to make sense of his life before, during, and after "that band" he played in.
 

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How To Get Into The Closet
Everything The World Has To Offer Is Best Experienced
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About the author (2009)

Frankie Poullain was a Venezuelan tour guide until he was bullied into playing bass guitar for glam-metal pranksters The Darkness.

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