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Dark Horse
Dark Horse

25 Years Ago: George Harrison Tours for the Last Time

George Harrison wasn’t fond of touring, and he had little reason to be enamored with it.

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A&M
A&M

45 Years Ago: Humble Pie Break Through on the Live ‘Performance Rockin’ the Fillmore’

The popularity and proliferation of live albums was a distinct phenomenon of '70s rock 'n' roll.

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London
London

40 Years Ago: ZZ Top Put It on Cruise Control for ‘Tejas’

ZZ Top kept the pedal to the metal for most of the early '70s, churning out album after album and touring relentlessly across the country behind a string of popular songs.

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MCA
MCA

30 Years Ago: Kansas Rebuilds For a Surprise Comeback With ‘Power’

'Power' saw the return of Steve Walsh and the arrival of Steve Morse to Kansas.

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Aerosmith
Aerosmith

25 Years Ago: Aerosmith Take a Deep Dive Into Their Past With ‘Pandora’s Box’

Spread out across three discs, this Aerosmith collection delivered something for everyone.

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Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.

45 Years Ago: Alice Cooper Keeps Rolling with ‘Killer’

Alice Cooper released its second album of 1971 with 'Killer,' an album with both diesel-burning hits ('Under My Wheels') and a prog-rock epic ('Halo of Flies').

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Yes Fragile
Atlantic

45 Years Ago: Yes Finds Its Classic Lineup on ‘Fragile’

In 1971, Yes expanded its sound by hiring keyboardist Rick Wakeman before making 'Fragile.' The single 'Roundabout' brought the band's sound to a new audience.

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love
Rhino

50 Years Ago: Love Push Boundaries With Their Second Album, ‘Da Capo’

Love were arguably the definitive mid-'60s Los Angeles rock 'n' roll band.

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The Kinks Muswell Hillbillies
RCA

45 Years Ago: The Kinks Embrace Country Music on ‘Muswell Hillbillies’

The Kinks had a rocky romance with the U.S. After the band’s initial burst of fame in the mid-’60s, it was banned from touring in the States for four years, due to “rowdy” performances...

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Atlantic
Atlantic

35 Years Ago: AC/DC Release Their First No. 1 Album, ‘For Those About to Rock We Salute You’

On Nov. 23, 1981, AC/DC were on their way to finally reaching the music industry's proverbial top of the mountain when For Those About to Rock We Salute You was released.

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