Comments:Slipknot bassist Paul Gray found dead in hotel room at age 38
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|Comments from feedback form - "R.I.P PAUL GRAY"||0||22:08, 25 May 2010|
"They released, in 1996, their first album, which sold over a million copies worldwide." should read: "They released, in 1999, their first studio album, which sold over a million copies worldwide." Sources:
In 1996, Mate. Feed. Kill. Repeat. was released, and was limited to 1,000 copies. If there is 1,000 copies of something, it's impossible to sell 1,000,000 copies if it's only been printed 1,000 times... Sources:
- Crampton, Mark (2001), Barcode Killers: The Slipknot Story in Words and Pictures, Chrome Dreams, p. 20–26, ISBN
Why is everyone dying?!?! Dio. and now Paul Gray!! Horns will be raised in your honor.
I hope the next ones are the Jonas Brothers or Miley Cyrus. -Carnifex
I'd far rather they petered out gradually and died at least a decade away. If Cyrus died tonight, we'd have to suffer days of news coverage followed by a heavily publicised tribute week. She'd still be going fuck knows how many years away.
Sudden deaths are better spent on politicians.
Well it'll only be about a couple of months of coverage if they did. Michael Jackson was a few months before everyone realised they didn't listen to his music before he died and just because he died it didn't make his music any beter. -Carnifex