Marvin Gaye

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The undead body and decapitated head of Marvin Gaye: lead singer for Insane Clown Posse

After his failure to market electric scissors in 1955, Marvin Gaye went on to become a popular R&B star. In the mid-1980s his undead body established a successful career in the professional wrestling arena. Shortly thereafter his zombified and severed head began exploring musical genres outside the Motown milieu with which he was so familiar. After brief stints with various bluegrass, samba, Celtic, and klezmer musical ensembles, the undead head eventually landed a prominent spot as lead singer for the edgy musical act, the Insane Clown Posse.

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