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Interscope
Interscope

5 Years Ago: Van Halen Return to the Past (Again) on ‘A Different Kind of Truth’

Really, it made perfect sense. Is there a more fertile period for Van Halen than the late '70s?

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Columbia
Columbia

50 Years Ago: The Byrds Grow Up on ‘Younger Than Yesterday’

Nobody really talks about it much, but the Byrds were one of the '60s' most restless bands.

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Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.

40 Years Ago: Fleetwood Mac Make a Masterpiece Out of Messy Relationships on ‘Rumours’

After years simmering beneath the surface of mainstream tastes, Fleetwood Mac finally hit the big time in 1975.

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Columbia Records / Larry Hulst, Getty Images
Columbia Records / Larry Hulst, Getty Images

30 Years Ago: Steve Perry Plays His Last Full Show With Journey

Journey were partway through a U.S. tour when they performed at the Sullivan Sports Arena in Anchorage on Feb. 1, 1987.

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Reprise
Reprise

45 Years Ago: Neil Young Got Ready for the Country on ‘Harvest’

Neil Young's 'Harvest,' which was mostly recorded with Nashville session pros, turned him into a major star.

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YouTube
YouTube

The Night Don Henley Joined Guns N’ Roses

It's no fun being stuck without your drummer for an important gig, but it helps if you can call on one of the biggest rock stars on the planet for temporary fill-in duty.

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Pat Boone In a Metal Mood
Hip-O

20 Years Ago: Pat Boone Gets ‘In a Metal Mood’

The thing was, Pat Boone was serious.

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Jackson Browne
Asylum

45 Years Ago: Jackson Browne Finally Sings His Own Songs on His Debut Album

Jackson Browne had already been a cog in the music industry machine for half a decade before he released his debut album.

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Isaac Brekken, Getty Images / CBS / Wood, Wikimedia Commons
Isaac Brekken, Getty Images / CBS / Wood, Wikimedia Commons

The Bat, the Alamo and Randy Rhoads’ Death: The Two Most Troubled Months of Ozzy Osbourne’s Life

Somehow, Ozzy Osbourne managed to survive the '80s.

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Columbia
Columbia

45 Years Ago: Paul Simon Declares His Independence on His First Real Solo Album

Paul Simon's self-titled 1972 album wasn't really his solo debut. But it might as well have been.

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