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Joel Barish
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...but Theyre Dead

has anyone seen This Is It? im sure most of you have, i mean, this IS a music site and MJ, imo, was one the greatest musicians of all time. ANYWAYS, seeing it and then listening to Thriller today at work really made me sad. i will NEVER be able to see this man moonwalk in person, EVER. :( so, it made me think: if you could see any band/musician that is no longer with us, who would it be?
1Michael Jackson
Thriller


dude invented the fuckin moonwalk.
2Frank Sinatra
In The Wee Small Hours


franky could walk into a room and everyone (men, women and children) would faint.
3Sublime
40 Oz. to Freedom


my hometown heroes. i would have loved to have seen them at the little venues around here
4Bob Marley
Legend


album title says it all
5Queen
A Night at the Opera


love of my life
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