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Guns N’ Roses, Deep Purple, Billy Joel, Mad Men, and the movie Clueless.

  • 1991 Guns N' Roses

    31 years ago – In 1991, former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler sued the
    band, claiming the other members had Forced Him to Use Heroin, then made
    him quit the band while he tried to kick his habit. The band settled out of court for
    $2.5 million.

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  • 2007 Mad Men

    15 years ago – In 2007, the first episode of “Mad Men” debuted on AMC.

    DATA PROCESSOR

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  • 1995 Clueless

    27 years ago – In 1995, “Clueless” was released, starring Alicia Silverstone.

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  • 1980 Billy Joel

    42 years ago – In 1980, Billy Joel got his first #1 song when his smash hit “It’s
    Still Rock and Roll to Me” topped the Hot 100.

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  • 1976 Deep Purple

    46 years ago – In 1976, after about 700 lineup changes over eight years, Deep
    Purple broke up.

    The best lineup . . . the one that did all the songs you know, like “Smoke on the
    Water”, “Highway Star” and “Woman from Tokyo” . . . reunited in 1984. The
    band is still chugging along to this day, although, once again, there have been
    numerous personnel changes.

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