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Richard Marx objects to inclusion in mullet gallery

Musician Richard Marx spent some of his weekend tweeting about his ’80s hair, which was wild, but not a mullet, he says. Marx (right) explained, “Don’t get me wrong. My hair in ’88-89 was a tragedy for the ages. But it was BIG party in the front and BIG party in the back.” To a fan who pointed out that Marx is featured on Boston.com’s gallery of ’80s musicians with mullets, the “Endless Summer Nights” singer responded, “Someone at Boston.com got paid to be full of crap.” We swear it wasn’t us.

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