From throwing TVs out of hotel windows to driving cars into swimming pools, the Who's Keith Moon remains the blueprint for any aspiring bad boy.
|03||Ozzy Osbourne, Metal Madman||20010719||20061206 (6M)|
From inept burglar and abbatoir worker, Ozzy Osbourne's rise to his position as elder statesman of hard rock is a tragi-comedy of almost Greek proportions.
|04||Hank Williams, Lovesick And Blue||20010726|
Long before any of the others, Hank Williams was boozing, popping pills, enduring a high-profile divorce and writing dark songs ruminating on death and mortality.
He died at 29 in the back of a Cadillac clutching a bottle, making him pop's first hellraiser and casualty.
|05||Jerry Lee Lewis - The Killer||20010802|
Jerry Lee Lewis `The Killer'.
A look at the career of the man who courted controversy by marrying his 13-year-old cousin, who set fire to his piano way before Hendrix, and whose personal life has been shadowed by tragedy.
|06 LAST||Elvis Presley, The King||20010809|
The life of the man who became hopelessly addicted to prescription drugs and junk food, who had a mother/Madonna complex, and who lived a cloistered existence in his Graceland mansion with his Memphis mafia.