RIP Meat Loaf - 74 years old

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  • brashears9567

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    Saw this earlier today. Sucks man. Louie Anderson passed away too. Funny dude. Hated to hear about both of these passings.


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    TX oddball

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    Even though I was never a fan of his music, I knew of his wide-ranging talent from music to acting.
    The only music I have from him is his lead vocals for Ted Nugent's Free For All album, great voice. Rest in Peace.
     

    Leeukuil

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    A real character he was. One of my favorites for many years.
    His main song writer Jim Steinman died last year at 73.

    You took the words right out of my mouth... sorry I just had to.

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    Renegade

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    The end of time arrived, now he does not have to spend another minute with Ellen Foley. RIP

    That period of time, ~75-~85, was probably the single greatest 10 years of Rock music. It seemed every year we got another monster Debut album.
     

    bigtex10mm

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    In the 70's his song "Paradise by the Dashboard Light" got me laid a few times. The only difference was that the girls I was with didn't stop for the commitment of marriage.....it was a different time back then.
     
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