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    One of the Most Underrated Musican Geniusi of our Time



    If it's Epic, and Orchestral, and Modern, this guy probably hand a hand in it.

    Sad he passed tbh, music lost a vital link from old to new when he died.

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    now he can join Gary Moore in the "who the **** are these guys and why should we care they died??" portion of Heaven.

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    Dude died in 2003. Is Warfist doing a kenny/kelly impression?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jets Things View Post
    Dude died in 2003. Is Warfist doing a kenny/kelly impression?

    Please show more respect for the dead underrated musican geniusi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtstar View Post
    Please show more respect for the dead underrated musican geniusi.
    Aw c'mon, he deserves a lot more respect than the unknown buffoon who can't watch a baseball game without killing himself.

    Many call that case a tragic accident; I call it sheer recklessness, gung-ho stupidity.

    Think, the ball was tossed directly to the fan next to him who came prepared and wore a glove. I'm sure he dreamed of catching a ball for his kid, too.

    But no, some overzealous clod had to ruin it for everybody.

    At least Kamen lived gracefully and didn't cause his own demise. Just sayin'.

    I'm sure Warfish posted this as a long due attitude adjustment service for all. Kudos.

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