Early morning concert goers were horrified to find the body of Doll Revolution Baby (DRB -real name Kenneth Belkin) lying on a Beaumont CA street. He was eight. Local authorities could not cite a cause of death, but one deputy sheriff stated, "I'm no CSI guy, but I think the tire marks on his head may be an important clue". DRB is famous for being on the cover of an audio CD entitled Doll Revolution released in 2003 by The Bangles. Desiring to deflect talk that DRB was depressed over the impending release of The Bangles new Album Sweetheart of the Sun, friends of DRB were eager to let this reporter know that DRB was totally cool with the new album cover and did not expect to be featured again, quoting DRB himself as saying "That ship has sailed". Deflecting speculation that DRB may have deliberately walked out in front of a pickup, other friends point out that DRB was working on several musical side projects, had just engineered a demo tape for a new band he was promoting, and had an offer to fill in for the Gerber baby this fall while the latter had hip replacement surgery. "Things were picking up for DRB -he had a new girl and had found and made-up with his dada -they had started meeting regularly for breakfast at Denny's," said one friend. Privately, other friends expressed fears that DRB's twin Lester Belkin had introduced DRB to the seamier side of L.A. DRB was rumored to have a twenty-ounce-a-day strained peaches habit. "He was totally fruiting," said a friend. Funeral notice pending.