Filthy and Perfect
Cuba Expedition 2009
by Petey Pistolero, Christopher "CL" Lozano
About the Book
Cuba, in celebration for the 50th anniversary of The Revolution, pulls out all the stops, inviting legendary entertainers, reputed gangland kingpins, and international creative deities, Petey Pistolero and Christopher "CL" Lozano, to act as royal emissaries for a week-long sensational soiree of sex, rum, and rumba on the decaying and decadent streets of sultry Havana, the gritty city that time forgot.
On their first whirlwind diplomatic mission to the largest island in the Caribbean, Petey Pistolero and CL Lozano, the two most popular and powerful matinee idols in the history of Latin America, sample the finest hand-rolled cigars, teach the mambo to orphaned leper children, play baseball with the nation's supremely talented and distinguished all-stars, gamble in intense high-stakes dice games at an opulent underworld casino, attend a secret Santeria feast held in their honor, engage in crafty political intrigue, seduce the world's most desirable and sumptuous showgirls with reckless abandon, and usher in a grand new era of artistic expression, culinary delight, and athletic prominence.
Cultural icons Petey Pistolero and CL Lozano ultimately discover that the wondrous, enigmatic "Pearl of the Antilles," is indeed a "land of miracles," and that in a country where everything is illegal, anything is possible.
A direct descendant of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene, Petey Pistolero is without question the single most heralded, magical, and influential music maker of all-time. A winner of sixteen Grammy's, The Source magazine calls him, "The bridge between yesterday and tomorrow... the greatest living artist..." Rolling Stone has consistently named him in the top ten movers and shakers of the music industry. Maxim magazine, in a recent tribute edition, wrote, "Every man wants to be him, and every woman desires him." A comprehensive discography is available from the official Fanclub. Known as "The Boy God Whispers To," "The Last of His Kind," and as "Malak al-Maut" in the Muslim world, the noted lothario and bon vivant, Petey Pistolero has graced us with the grandest moments in film history as an accomplished actor, director, producer, writer, editor, cinematographer, animator, and composer. A comprehensive list of credits is available in a wonderful hardbound book from the official Fanclub.