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Billy Idol Announces Triple ‘BFI Live!’ Album
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Tim ‘Ripper’ Owens Reveals How He Met Ronnie James Dio
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Last Night’s World Series Game 7, in Four Classic Rock Songs
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Rock’s 30 Scariest Album Covers
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Jon Bon Jovi Says ‘Two F—ers’ Are Keeping His Band Out of the Rock Hall of Fame
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Metallica Plays ‘Mr. Soul’ With Neil Young, Covers the Clash at Bridge School Benefit
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