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March 1977: Foreigner Debuts with FOREIGNER

When Mick Jones and Lou Gramm teamed up to rock the charts.
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METAL MADNESS Monday Focus: Kix, BLOW MY FUSE

When the Maryland hair-metal band scored a hit with power ballad "Don't Close Your Eyes."
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March 1975: David Bowie Releases "Young Americans"

Bowie's "plastic soul" opus with love from Philadelphia featured his first US #1, "Fame."
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January 1989: Anita Baker (Still) Rules with "Giving You the Best That I Got"

The Detroit songstress spent a full month at #1 on the Billboard 200.
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March 1982: Genesis Release "Man on the Corner"

The band was moving away from lengthy prog-rock jams towards more topical tunes on "Abacab."
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OUT NOW: Black Sabbath, HEAVEN AND HELL and MOB RULES Deluxe Editions

When Ronnie James Dio took Black Sabbath to "Hell" and back.
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FLEETWOOD MAC 1980: Got LIVE If You Want It

Remembering the first live album from Mick Fleetwood and company.
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Essential Atlantic: Yes, THE YES ALBUM

For Yes, the third time was indeed the charm.
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