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42 Years Ago: ZZ Top Break Through With ‘Tres Hombres’

ZZ Top's 'Tres Hombres,' released on July 26, 1973, finally hurtled the Texas band to stardom.

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38 Years Ago: The Tragic Loss That Changed Led Zeppelin Forever

Led Zepplin's Robert Plant lost his five-year-old son Karac to a stomach virus on July 26, 1977.

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Atlantic Catalog Group
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Hear Led Zeppelin’s Previously Unreleased Version of ‘When the Levee Breaks’

We're just days away from the last few releases in Led Zeppelin's deluxe reissue series, and the band has offered one last advance sneak peek at the newly remastered and expanded albums by posting a previously unreleased version of "When the Levee Breaks."

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images
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46 Years Ago: The Doors Stumble Through the Experimental ‘The Soft Parade’

'The Soft Parade,' a wildly uneven affair, went platinum anyway - but likely only because of the Doors' earlier successes.

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Buddha
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45 Years Ago: The Guess Who Perform at the White House (But Don’t Play ‘American Woman’)

The Guess Who's 1970 hit "American Woman" is one of classic rock's most frequently misinterpreted songs, but its meaning wasn't lost on officials at the White House when the band was invited to perform for the Nixon family and its guests on July 17, 1970.

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Queen to Release ‘Studio Collection’ Vinyl Box

Queen will release a vinyl box set of all 15 of their studio albums on Sept. 25.

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Pascal le Segretain, Getty Images
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12 Years Ago: Chrissie Hynde Arrested in Paris

A person's principles aren't worth much unless they're willing to fight for them, and on July 16, 2003, Pretenders founder Chrissie Hynde demonstrated her outspoken commitment to animal rights.

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Atlantic Records
Atlantic Records
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Jimmy Page Says Led Zeppelin’s Ninth Album Would Have Been ‘Hypnotic’

No one really knows where Led Zeppelin's music might have gone if the band hadn't broken up following John Bonham's death, but Jimmy Page has a better idea than most.

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30 Years Ago: Live Aid Unites the World

On July 13, 1985, Live Aid brought nearly every major figure in rock to London and Philadelphia to raise money for African famine relief.

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Rolling Stones
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50 Years Ago: ‘Satisfaction’ Becomes the Rolling Stones’ First No. 1 Hit

It’s one of rock’s definitive songs, with a simple but snarling riff that serves as the benchmark for everything that's followed.

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