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Epic/Immortal

17 Years Ago: Korn Followed Their Own Lead With ‘Issues’

On Nov. 16, 1999, Korn released the highly successful album 'Issues,' which yielded hits like 'Falling Away From Me' and 'Make Me Bad.'

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Nothing / Interscope
Nothing / Interscope

16 Years Ago: Marilyn Manson Emerges From the Eye of the Storm With ‘Holy Wood’ Album

On Nov. 14, 2000, Marilyn Manson emerged from the Columbine backlash with the powerful musical statement, 'Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death).'

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Geffen
Geffen

15 Years Ago: Rob Zombie Releases ‘The Sinister Urge’

On Nov. 13, 2001, Rob Zombie followed up his debut record with the venerable 'The Sinister Urge.'

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Epic
Epic

14 Years Ago: Pearl Jam Release ‘Riot Act’

On Nov. 12, 2002, Pearl Jam used their voice more pointedly with their 'Riot Act' album.

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Casablanca Records
Casablanca Records

40 Years Ago: Kiss Crank It Up With ‘Rock And Roll Over’

KISS released 'Rock and Roll Over' on Nov. 11, 1976. Revisit one of the band's hallmark albums and the story behind it.

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Casablanca Records
Casablanca Records

35 Years Ago: Kiss Hit Rock Bottom With ‘Music From the Elder’

On Nov. 10, 1981, KISS served up one of the bigger missteps of their career with the 'Music From the Elder' album.

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Elektra
Elektra

35 Years Ago: Motley Crue Release Their Debut Album ‘Too Fast for Love’

On Nov. 10, 1981, Motley Crue self-released their debut album 'Too Fast For Love.'

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Jet Records
Jet Records

35 Years Ago: Ozzy Osbourne Flies High Again With ‘Diary of a Madman’

On Nov. 7, 1981, Ozzy Osbourne released 'Diary of a Madman,' the last disc to feature shining guitarist Randy Rhoads. Get the story behind the album inside.

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RCA Records
RCA Records

17 Years Ago: Foo Fighters Release ‘There Is Nothing Left to Lose’

On Nov. 2, 1999, Foo Fighters released their third album, 'There Is Nothing Left to Lose,' as a trio.

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Noise
Noise

30 Years Ago: Kreator Push the Limits of Thrash With ‘Pleasure to Kill’

On Nov. 1, 1986, Kreator released 'Pleasure to Kill,' one of the most all out aural assaults ever unleashed in heavy metal.

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