Rikk Agnew - Daddy, Where Does 420 & Strippers Come From? Book Series
Art, Story & History Books by Rikk Agnew & Frederick Burnt
1. Daddy, Where Do Strippers Come From?
2. Daddy, Where Does 420 Come From?
The "Strippers" books is the first of the series. Presented in a beautiful packaging reminiscent of a children’s book, Agnew and his illustrator Frederick Burnt, present the story of all strippers who are actually made on a beautiful planet in the center of the universe named Dolce Fabrique (Fabriicae Mitior in Latin) and that since they are alien it’s impossible to objectify them. All of the trials, tribulations and training these young ladies must go through in order to earn a trip to Earth (via a bus fueled by glitter, perfume and broken dreams) to dance are outlined here. Gone is the myth that strippers come from dysfunctional homes with daddy issues. The mind boggles at this tell-all book; which is a must read for any guy, regardless of whether they have yet to visit or are well versed in the etiquette and clientele of a strip club. Plus, the format is such that those dads who are too embarrassed to hit the subject head on can simply leave it on the family bookshelf for junior to discover on his own.
The "420" book brings Rikk Agnew, the multimedia Renaissance man, back again with Frederick Burnt. The duo again dispel the myths, misconceptions and mistakes about 420's origin. In another shocking yet humorous tell all book we learn secrets about the rise and fall of the Kush Empire, where cannabis was first planted and more! This epic saga is a must read for young and old alike.
Rikk Agnew is one of the famed rock guitarists of our century. A singer, songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist and record producer, Rikk’s music career spans more than 30 years and is still active. As a founding member of major influential bands from Southern California such as the Adolescents, Social Distortion and the death rock band Christian Death, Rikk commands respect as a prolific figure in punk rock history. His famous melodic chord arrangement is lovingly called "The Agnew" by Fat Mike (NOFX) and is recognizable in so many punk tracks. His experimental paintings, collage and diorama sculptures are creations of playful joy in multi-format expressions, transcending aural experiences into a visual form.
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