When you're in a world-famous rock band, having your frontman meet an unexpected demise can really turn into a major annoyance. At the very least, it makes you rethink your future. Take what happened when Jim Morrison OD'd in that Paris bathtub — the remaining Doors gamely put out two albums sans Jimbo, even though it was obvious the doors of opportunity had already slammed shut. Likewise, after Freddie Mercury succumbed to AIDS, Queen's reign ended abruptly, and those champions were champions only in past tense. And of course it didn't do Joy Division any good when its enigmatic lead singer, Ian Curtis, put a noose around his neck, forcing his former compatriots to start anew under the... More >>>