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    RJD Autobiography by Wendy "Doesn't understand what autobiography means" Dio out soon

    https://www.rollingstone.com/music/m...-dark-1186932/

    "Posthumously authored Autobiography" is the best kind of autobiography.

    The only question now is whether holograms were also involved.

    #2
    "Ghost written" quite literally.

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      #3
      It sounds like Ronnie wrote the bulk of it, so I don't mind it being called an autobiography.

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        #4
        From all accounts, Wendy has had a way of distorting the truth over the years. I hope it's mostly written by Ronnie, and his parts remain unaltered, but I'm skeptical.

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          #5
          Originally posted by lespauled View Post
          From all accounts, Wendy has had a way of distorting the truth over the years. I hope it's mostly written by Ronnie, and his parts remain unaltered, but I'm skeptical.
          Luckily for Wendy, she doesn't get as much recognition for her fuckery due to the fact the is a distant second place in the catergory of "spouses/managers of Black Sabbath vocalists who have a habit of doing questionable things".

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            #6
            Hopefully he wrote all or at least the majority of it. Can't believe it's been over a decade since he's been gone.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Greg McCoy View Post

              Luckily for Wendy, she doesn't get as much recognition for her fuckery due to the fact the is a distant second place in the catergory of "spouses/managers of Black Sabbath vocalists who have a habit of doing questionable things".

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                #8
                Ronnie didn't have much of a habit of leaving unfinished studio tracks around, I believe, but I do wish Wendy was more proactive in releasing live material. Rainbow and Sabbath are pretty well covered, but I'd love to know what Elf recordings Ronnie may have had in his possession. That's one part of his career that hasn't received as much attention since his passing.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by jacksonplayer View Post
                    Ronnie didn't have much of a habit of leaving unfinished studio tracks around, I believe, but I do wish Wendy was more proactive in releasing live material. Rainbow and Sabbath are pretty well covered, but I'd love to know what Elf recordings Ronnie may have had in his possession. That's one part of his career that hasn't received as much attention since his passing.
                    I want to say that they idiotically signed over all the rights to that stuff as part of their deal, so other than a couple of reissues I wouldn't expect much.

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