Deuce wrote:Wow, I went out for a few hours and I returned to read about this. It's shocking and sad. Although we never really got to know him, I still feel a sense of loss. KISS is my favorite band and Mark was its most intriguing member. Animalize was the first album that I ever bought on record. I really enjoy White Tiger and his solo work as well. I was fortunate to have met him a number of years ago. He was a bit quiet during his Q&A, but he still told a number of interesting stories. He was friendly to the fans when we each met him personally. Also, the highlight of Mark's life was during the same year that I was born.
I was hoping that we would get more new music from him and that I might even get to meet him again one day, but this is the reality of life.
Goodbye, Mark. Thanks for leaving us great music that will last forever.
I share your feelings.atticus wrote:This really bummed me out when I heard the news.I met Mark once at a guitar store in North carolina of all places and he was one of the sweetest and nicest guys I ever met.
My condolences to his family and the Kiss Army and fans of Mark. He will be missed.
Floater wrote:With no disrespect to the departed, a cerebral hemorrhage can be a common result of habitual cocaine use.
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