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Icewings
La Luna

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From: USA

  06.09.2007 at 14:48
Well what a sad day to all opera lovers, our beloved Pavarotti has died , He had a battle with cancer but I guess now he is resting so well I will always remember him as the master he was and I thank him for all the wonderful things he did R.I.P my beloved Pavarotti.

Source :http://music.msn.com/music/article.aspx?news=274370>1=7702&mpc=1

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Darth Satanious
Post Destroyer

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Age: 29
From: Puerto Rico

  06.09.2007 at 15:33
Sad news for the music and arts world. He was very charismatic, always giving a smile at all time. This, along with his voice of course, made him to stand out and receive that love from the public. Rest in peace.
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Bararey
Winter is Coming

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Age: 34
From: Kuwait

  06.09.2007 at 15:55
This is sad indeed,, I missed a chance on seeing him perform live due to very expensive ticket prices,, now i regret not going coz my excuses was next time he'll tour i'll go,, well RIP.
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Ellrohir
Heaven Knight

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Age: 26
From: Czech Republic

  06.09.2007 at 15:58
one of the greatest music scene persons ever R.I.P.

p.s. grammar notice - in the title there should be "Pavarotti died" - it is past tense...but i dont think it is too important right now
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Clint Diamond
Witchfinder

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From: USA

  06.09.2007 at 16:24
Yeah, I found out from my girlfriend this morning when I woke up. It is very sad that he is gone. I've been listening to him for just a year or so, but I've loved his voice every minute of it. A great loss. But life goes on, and we will celebrate his life. RIP Maestro.
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APOHAKC
The Bard

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Age: 27
From: Serbia

  06.09.2007 at 18:34
I saw him alive, great vocalist, rest in piece.
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nobody

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From: Sweden

  06.09.2007 at 21:05
Sad news, but seems God take important and famouse faster how ordinary ppl, sad news realy, great vocalist, even if Im not such music fan, but sometime sif in TV was his singing i wa swatching Rust in Peace Luciaano, you will live long like Rafaello
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tulkas
el parcero

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Age: 26
From: Colombia

  06.09.2007 at 21:59
wow, i had no idea, i found out thanks to this thread. this is very sad indeed, specially within the opera world. hope he rest in peace and that the cure for cancer can be found. like K7 said, it appears as if important people are taken faster than regular people... it sucks, but oh well, thats life, unfortunately

R.I.P.
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Ernis
狼獾

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Age: 26
From: Estonia

  06.09.2007 at 22:31
Sad indeed.....he was a grand singer with a powerful voice....he will be remembered....
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Ellie
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  07.09.2007 at 07:33
My mother cried when she found out. Anyways I definitely mourn for him
Syk
myspace/bonerama

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Age: 26
From: New Zealand

  07.09.2007 at 07:49
Written by tulkas on 06.09.2007 at 21:59
like K7 said, it appears as if important people are taken faster than regular people...
It only appears that way because we're so much more likely to hear information about these "important" people. Tons of "regular" people die all the time, trust me

RiO Pavarotting

Oh yeah,
Written by Ellrohir on 06.09.2007 at 21:59
grammar notice - in the title there should be "Pavarotti died" - it is past tense
this can be found in a lot of news reports, just look at anything on here about albums getting released or bands getting signed
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Winter Death
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  07.09.2007 at 10:05
I was never a huge opera fan, but even a simple-minded fool such as myself could appreciate the contributions to the arts/humanity that Pavarotti provided. RIP. This individual always kept it real and I have nothing but respect for this great man.
Lupas
Maximus

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Age: 36
From: Malta

  07.09.2007 at 23:04
Looking through this thread , i never thought that there is so many people round here that use to like opera singer Pavarotti. Well done . We are all open minded persons What can i say about pavarotti , he was that man that bring opera back into it's disserved level. He also was that one who bring together pop and opera. Our music world have lost one of it's important figure . May he rest in peace
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BreadGod
Captain Virgin

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Age: 23
From: USA

  07.09.2007 at 23:40
This is truly a sad day for the music world. I don't think any singer could ever match his level of greatness.
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SteelScream
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  09.09.2007 at 22:25
Rest in Peace.
He was a great singer, the greatest singer (right after Bruce Dickinson and Lemmy Kilmister).
But yes, his voice was powerful.
Elodie Artour
Slania

Posts: 1175
From: The Netherlands

  13.09.2007 at 12:03
It's sad,indeed. I respect almost all of the operatic singers on this world,and I respect him,too.

RIP.
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Doc Godin
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Age: 25
From: Canada

  19.09.2007 at 05:57
Hm, I just found who he was, apparently he gave tought some stuff to Shagrath, and Bruce Dickinson aswell as alot of other metal vocalists about vocal projection. RIP.
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