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July 21, 1987: Guns N' Roses released their debut album, "Appetite For Destruction" on Geffen Records. It initially received very little notice, but, with heavy radio airplay of the singles "Welcome To The Jungle" and "Sweet Child O' Mine" it would go to #1 on the Billboard 200 and become the best-selling debut album of […]

July 21, 1982: Queen kicked off the North American leg of their “Hot Space” tour at the Montreal Forum in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. This would be the group’s final North American tour with Freddie Mercury. Queen – Tie Your Mother Down (Live in Japan ’82) Article reposted from

July 21, 1977: Sex Pistols made their first and only appearance on the UK music show Top Of The Pops (in a pre-taped video) where they lip-synched to their third single, “Pretty Vacant”. The performance helped push the song up to #6 on the UK charts. Sex Pistols – Pretty Vacant (TOTP) – video dailymotion […]

July 21, 1971: Black Sabbath released their third album “Master of Reality”. It went on to sell two million copies in the US and reach #8 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart, becoming the group’s first and only Top Ten album in America. Black Sabbath – Children Of The Grave/Embryo Children Of The Grave and […]

July 21, 1979: Cheap Trick peaked at #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart with “I Want You to Want Me”. Taken from their live “At Budokan” album, it was their first Top Ten single on the US charts. Cheap Trick – I Want You to Want Me (from Budokan!) Music video by Cheap […]

July 18, 1966: Bobby Fuller was found dead in his car in Los Angeles, California. Fuller died under mysterious circumstances; the cause of death was from gasoline asphyxiation, but he was parked outside of his apartment. Police labelled it a suicide, but the possibility of foul play has always been suspected. Bobby Fuller was 23 […]

July 18, 1964: The Rolling Stones reached #1 in the U.K. for the first time with their cover of The Valentinos’ “It’s All Over Now”. It spent one week on top of the chart. The record peaked at #26 on the US charts. It’s All Over Now Rolling Stones WideScreen HiQ Hybrid JARichardsFilm 720p HiQ […]

July 18,1988: Singer Nico died after suffering a minor heart attack while riding a bicycle on holiday with her son in Ibiza, Spain. The German born singer-songwriter sang with the Velvet Underground in the mid-1960s and also worked as a fashion model and actress. She was 49 years old. FEMME FATALE – Velvet Underground (Nico […]

July 18, 1968: Working at the Abbey Road studios on the still un-named "White Album", The Beatles recorded Lennon's "Cry Baby Cry" and McCartney's "Helter Skelter." Paul would later say that he was inspired to write "Helter Skelter" after reading an interview with Pete Townshend, where the guitarist described his latest single, "I Can See […]

July 18, 1939: Happy Birthday to the great Dion DiMucci! Dion – The Wanderer – HD – Video – Stereo Sound . "The Wanderer" is a song written by Ernie Maresca and originally recorded by Dion. The song, with a 12-bar blues-base verse and an eight-bar bridge, tells th… Article reposted from

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