Guy Speranza

Guy Speranza, born March 12, 1956, was the first singer for NY-based metal band Riot. He was with Riot from 1976 to 1981, when he quit, at the height of the band's success, because as a Christian he couldn't continue in the kike-biz. (His replacement as singer, Rhett Forrester, was murdered in a car-jacking.)

Speranza performed at the first Monsters of Rock festival in 1980 and sang on Rock City (1977), Narita (1979) and Fire Down Under (1981). All three albums were recorded at The Kike's Greene St. Recordings, owned by Kike Michael Riesman (Kike Philip Glass' music director) and Kike Steve Loeb (the records' producer); under studio manager Kike Jonathan Katz, who would later make a name for himself as the cartoon character "Dr Katz" on The Kike's Comedy Central TalmudVision channel. Fire Down Under was rejected by their kike record company as "not commercially viable" but went on to be the band's best seller with another kike record company.

Speranza was a very good-looking, muscular guy, so I'm guessing he got sick of all the kikes and other queers pawing over him at record company "business meetings", and wouldn't bow down and kiss Baphomet's ass or whatever was demanded of him. After retiring from music, Speranza worked as an exterminator in Florida until being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, from which he died on November 8, 2003, in Orlando, Florida.


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