'Kings Of Sleaze: The Mentors' Rockumentary Posted Online
Filmmaker April Jones has released her newest rocku'mentary, "Kings Of Sleaze: The Mentors". Check it out below.
Says Jones: "THE MENTORS formed in 1977. Many have called THE MENTORS pioneers of shock rock. They were known for their offensive and perverse lyrics which caught the attention of many, including Tipper Gore, who formed the PMRC (Parents Resource Music Center) movement, citing THE MENTORS for their shocking lyrics and labeling albums with 'Parental Warning' labels.
"El Duce, singer/drummer had controversial appearances, including 'Jerry Springer' and 'The Hot Seat'.
"After overcoming El Duce's death, THE MENTORS continued to keep El Duce's spirit alive writing, touring and recording new material with drummer/singer Marc DeLeon 'Mad Dog'."
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