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Bob Biggs (1946–2020)

Bob Biggs was born in 1946 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Robert Lee Biggs. He was a director, known for Faith No More: Video Croissant (1993), Faith No More: Who Cares a Lot? (1999) and Faith No More: Double Feature - Live At The Brixton Academy, London (You Fat B**stards)/Who Cares A Lot (The Greatest Videos) (2006). He was married to Kim ... See full bio »

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 1999 Faith No More: Who Cares a Lot? (Video) (segment "We Care A Lot")
 1993 Faith No More: Video Croissant (Video) (segment "We Care A Lot")
 1988 Faith No More: We Care a Lot (Video short)
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 1981 The Decline of Western Civilization (Documentary) (special thanks - as Robert Biggs)
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 2015 Rammstein in Amerika (Documentary)
 1986 X: The Unheard Music (Documentary)
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 1981 The Decline of Western Civilization (Documentary)
Self - Publisher - Slash Magazine (as Robert Biggs)
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6' 5" (1.96 m)

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Kim Champagne  (his death)  (1 child) | See more »
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The former of the legendary record label Slash Records of Los Angeles. They originally specialized in punk rock bands including Fear, The Blasters and L7. One of their biggest signings was the alternative rock band Faith No More.

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