Prima Donna - Band

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Following Prima Donna’s extensive touring with Green Day, GD offered up their own Jingletown Recorders studio in Oakland for Prima Donna to use, and enlisted their head engineer, Chris Dugan, to guide the journey. The end result is the 12-song, Dugan-produced Bless this Mess. The single, “Feral Children,” was mixed by Grammy winner D. Sardy (Jet, Wolfmother, Slayer, Noel Gallagher, many more), and sonically calls to mind his most successful achievements. “I Don’t What You to Love Me” from Prima Donna’s first album After Hours was the opening credit music for the Showtime Comedy special Vegas is My Oyster, and Little Steven proclaimed Prima’s song “Demoted” as the #2 “Coolest Song in the World 2010” on his Underground Garage syndicated radio show. In 2012, they were # 1 on L.A. powerhouse station KROQ's Local's Only Chart, and mounted.

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