Who's Dead and Alive?

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Who's Alive and Who's Dead is a website that is dedicated to helping you find out which of the well-known celebrities of our time are still alive and who are dead. You can visit the website to find the information of the celebrity you are interested in.
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'Dead or Alive' is a new wave band that rose to fame in Wirral England in the 1980s. The band comprised of Pete Burns; who was the vocalist and six other members. 'You Spin Me Around' was their first single to rise to number one in the UK chart after its release. The band was majorly influenced by Bon Jovi's style of music.
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A dead tree is alive because there are many little bugs and critters living in the dead log !
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