Provocative and iconic rock star Lou Reed star transformed the face of modern music. From his teens, the founder of the seminal Velvet Underground lived a life of outrageous excess, pushing everything beyond the limit. His fascination with subculture and the underdogs of society inspired his work, most famously with songs such as Heroin and Walk on The Wild Side. Though he practiced what he preached, Lou lived to the age of 71. Medical Examiner Dr. Michael Hunter has found evidence of events in Lou's early life that ultimately caused his death.
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