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The Notorious Merry Gang!

There is a famous quote from the Motley Crue Decade of Decadence album, by Nikki Sixx on the Crue’s partying days:  “we were reckless abandon, we were completely out of control.”

Yet, as wild as the Crue was, they’re tame and subdued compared to the original Merry Gang.

Just what was the Merry Gang?  It was the name given to members of the court of King Charles II in 17th century England due to their partying, womanizing, drinking, carousing, and all sorts of other notorious activities.

Strangely, these men were also very accomplished in politics, theater, and the arts, party boys who ruled the country and set the trends.  Few people have ever heard of the Merry Gang, but if you love rock and roll, if you love women, and if you love good times, you simply must read all about the Merry Gang.

You will, quite frankly, laugh your butt off at their exploits, but you will also learn some very interesting things about human behavior.  You see, as much trouble as they got into, they always found a way out because they were so darn likable.

I’ve just published a book all about the Merry Gang, entitled: The Notorious Merry Gang: The Original Bad Boys of History, and you can claim your copy by going here:

The author is one of my best writers, and when I read the manuscript, I literally fell on the floor laughing at all the trouble these notable society figures caused and got into.  They were rock and roll before there was rock and roll.

Claim your copy here:

On with the fun….

-John Alanis
“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”

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