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Rozz Williams’ reclamation of the Christian Death name sparked a fierce court battle with Valor Kand, who eventually won trademark rights and forced Williams to bill his version of the band as Christian Death featuring Rozz Williams.

In mid-1985, Rozz Williams left Christian Death, in part due to his increasing interest in experimental music and performance art. Rozz reemerged in 1989 to reclaim the reigns of Christian Death.…

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  • Definitely, better than the so called: "Christian Death"
  • I hope nobody minds that I clipped the Bio to just the bit about the Christian Death featuring Rozz Williams era, which WAS only three mediocre albums, two decent lives, and a shit ton of horrible remixes.
  • SonicNursery- Can't we just copy/paste the bio from the other Christian Death page? It IS a wiki...
  • I hope this catches on.
  • Is anyone working on a decent bio yet?
  • I also renamed all of my Christian Death (with Rozz on vocals) music to "Christian Death featuring Rozz Williams". I know it's not the rightest thing to do, since it's revolting to leave the original name to Valor, but at least I'm not crediting to him the work of Rozz. I'll never scrobble anything under the name of "Christian Death", at least until we don't have a decent bio and band picture (one that we, users, can choose, and not authoritarily imposed by the "artist").
  • I'm home.
  • www.myspace.com/thecemetarygirlz
  • Rozz was the soul of Christian Death, and when he combined with Gitane Demone, fireworks flew!

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