RIP Kevin Dubrow

Ren5150

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Cum on feel the.......no, you cant feel it anymore.
 

SuperGolfer

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mama, weer all ded now.

Yeah, I know it was a cover, but the Slade stuff was their best material.
 

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I remember meeting him outside the Stone Pony ..he was an arrogant douche
 

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I remember him about to play at a local club - I think he owned the "Quiet Riot" name but didn't use any of the original members. Anyway, he cancelled about 12 hours before the gig.
 

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I remember meeting him outside the Stone Pony ..he was an arrogant douche

I did not hear you talking shit about Mr Dubrow when he was alive.....
Becuase you know he would FUCK YOUR SHIT UP.

He was a nice man, a holy man, a respectful man.

RIP Kev
 

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RIP Kev

Quiet Riot was one of the bands that brought Heavy Metal and Hair Metal into the mainstream. "Cum On Feel the Noise" is considered one of the greatest rock hits ever.

I guess his "Metal Health" wasn't all that great....
 

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I did not hear you talking shit about Mr Dubrow when he was alive.....
Becuase you know he would FUCK YOUR SHIT UP.

He was a nice man, a holy man, a respectful man.

RIP Kev
I have respect for his death..but he never would have kicked my ass.
 

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METAL HEALTH didnt do him much good now did it.
 

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A coupla years ago I saw some sort of 'Where are They Now?' show on VH1. They showed Quiet Riot... I'm not sure how many were the original members, but I know Kevin Dubrow was one of them. It was hard to miss him what with that horrendous... thing... he had perched on his head. They were playing some hole-in-the-wall bar that looked like it could maybe squeeze in about a hundred people. Kevin was like, "We're still on the road rockin' it!" as he was unloading equipment out of the back of a van. Damn... how depressing... a 40 something ex-hair band rocker with a bad wig unloading his own equipment. Ouch.

I would've felt sorry for him... if I weren't busy pointing and laughing.
 

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saw them twice they opened for Maiden at the garden in 83/84 and i think they opened for ......i dont remember,brain is old and bad
 

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How fucked up is this....look at the banner at the top of Kevin's page.
hope he's reunited with Randy Rhoads up there. RIP!


 

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I wonder if Jimmy knew that Kevin and his fiancee were supposed to be at that Gene Simmons roast.

Another picture opportunity rooned!
 
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What a shame. Now where will we turn to hear bands whose only hit is a cover?

For the record, Oasis did "Cum on Feel the Noize" way better.
 

Jerry1

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An update to this story....

Dec 10, 6:48 PM EST


Quiet Riot singer died of overdose


LAS VEGAS (AP) -- The death last month of Kevin Dubrow, lead singer for the 1980s heavy metal band Quiet Riot, has been ruled an accidental cocaine overdose. Clark County coroner spokeswoman Samantha Charles confirmed the cause Monday after toxicology results were received Monday.

Dubrow was found dead Nov. 25 at his Las Vegas home. He was 52.

Quiet Riot was perhaps best known for its 1983 cover of "Cum on Feel the Noize." The song, featuring Dubrow's powerful, gravelly voice, appeared on the band's album "Metal Health" - which was the first by a metal band to reach No. 1 on the Billboard chart.

DuBrow recorded a solo album in 2004, "In for the Kill," and the band's last studio CD, "Rehab," came out in October 2006.
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