Producer and music legend Kim Fowley has died after a long battle with bladder cancer. He was 75. Fowley is best remembered as the record producer for the girl group the Runaways. In the Sixties, Kim worked with Paul Revere and the Raiders, the Seeds and Gene Vincent, among many others, as well as his own solo career. In the 70s he worked with the Modern Lovers, Blue Cheer and Helen Reddy. He also co-wrote the songs 'King of the nighttime world and 'Do you love me?' on Kiss' hit album Destroyer and the song "Escape" on Alice Cooper's Welcome to My Nightmare.
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