Tony Mecca | Princes Of The New Dark Age

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Princes Of The New Dark Age

by Tony Mecca

One of Philly's favorite storyteller's offers another intelligent and "fun-rockin" exploration of the glory, triumphs and failings of the human drill - With a few belts of supernatural levity for contrast.
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1. William the Great
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2. The Girl from the Sand
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3. The Further Adventures of Annie Helicopter
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4. More of a Man
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5. New Green Shirt
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6. Silly Joey
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7. Burn, John Burn
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8. The Land of Upside-Down
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9. Do I Do?
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10. Say Goodbye to Judas
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11. Bobby Golden Got Thrown Out of School
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12. I'll Wonder
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Released in March 2005, "Princes of the New Dark Age" wonderfully continues the tradition Mecca established on "Purple Monkeys" of studying both the triumphs and failures of the "human drill". Whether recalling the often harsh right-of-passage details of his tough urban youth on "More of a Man" & "Burn, John Burn"; celebrating or mourning the eventual conclusions to affairs of the heart on the powerful "Say Goodbye to Judas"; rubbing your funny bone on the hilarious psycho beach thriller, "The Girl from the Sand" - or revealing the mysterious allure of his "New Green Shirt", Mecca appears to be moving ahead at full speed - very comfortably.


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