Warren Zevon was regarded a great new musician in the 70s, listed among Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen as one of the handful of top new artists to emerge in the decade. Excitable Boy, his third album, released in 1978, was played with frequency on the radio stations. Warren Zevon died young, at 56 from an illness he was carrying for long. Until his last day he kept his spirits high and his music fresh and fun. Most popular Warren Zevon realtones listed: Prison Groove, Knockin' On Heaven's Door, Rub Me Raw, Keep Me In Your Heart, El Amor De Mi Vida, The Rest Of The Night. Interesting fact - last downloaded ringtone: Disorder In The House to SPV E650 cell phone carried by Southern LINC.
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