8 /10 The Wrong Kind Of Unique

The tendency for drugs and alcohol was indeed part of the music industry throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Idol once said that music had been a genuine excitement in the 1960s with some great revolutions and evolutions.

The progress was somewhat halted in the 1970s, prompting musicians to deliver something new and rebellious that defied the accepted norms.

As the industry took a significant leap in quality, the preponderance of illegal substances followed suit. Unfortunately, such a tendency has never actually gone away since.





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7 /10 Harley-Davidson Wide Glide

On the morning of February 6, 1990, Idol was still awake after a wild party the night before in his Hollywood Hills home. His eyes were open, but his conscience probably had not come back yet from his imaginary dopamine-induced world.

He had been up all night at a party after completing the work for the Charmed Life album. Like his typical parties, the celebration was fueled by drugs and alcohol.

He decided to take his Harley-Davidson Wide Glide out for a ride; he ran a stop sign and was hit by a truck.





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