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The G-SPOT by Gerry Gittelson

Prophets of Addiction frontman talks about drugs, lost friends & coming back to Hollywood sober.


"I have a lot of good memories, a lot of fun. But when the fun outweighs the business side of things, like it did for a lot of bands, then the partying becomes more important than your responsibilities. With drugs and alcohol, there comes inner-turmoil, and bands self-destruct. It’s hard to write songs with people you can’t stand being in the same room with."

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