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Sublime
MCA

19 Years Ago: Sublime Release Self-Titled Album

On July 30, 1996, Sublime released what would become their biggest album -- their self-titled disc. But it was very bittersweet.

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Iron Maiden 1981
Hulton Archive, Getty Images

Cover Stories: Iron Maiden’s Self-Titled Debut Album

Get the story behind the iconic album artwork for Iron Maiden's 1980 self-titled debut.

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Metallica 1984
Megaforce

31 Years Ago: Metallica Release ‘Ride the Lightning’

How would Metallica follow up 'Kill 'Em All'? On July 27, 1984, we got 'Ride the Lightning.'

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Metallica 1983
Megaforce Records

32 Years Ago: Metallica Start the Thrash Revolution With ‘Kill ‘Em All’

Metallica’s debut album, 'Kill 'Em All,' came out on July 25, 1983, and helped start the thrash revolution.

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Photo of ACDC

35 Years Ago: AC/DC Overcome Tragedy With the Masterful ‘Back in Black’

When a popular band loses its singer, it rarely bounces back to reach the level of success it had prior to the lineup shift. But that wasn't the case with AC/DC.

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Machine Head 1994
Roadrunner Records

21 Years Ago: Machine Head Release Their Debut Album ‘Burn My Eyes’

In 1994, Machine Head released their 'Burn My Eyes' debut disc.

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Avenged Sevenfold 2001
Good Life / Hopeless Records

14 Years Ago: Avenged Sevenfold Introduce Themselves With ‘Sounding the Seventh Trumpet’

On July 24, 2001, Avenged Sevenfold released their debut disc, 'Sounding the Seventh Trumpet'

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Guns N Roses 1987
Geffen Records

28 Years Ago: Guns N’ Roses Release ‘Appetite for Destruction’

On July 21, 1987, the world was introduced to Guns N' Roses through their debut disc 'Appetite for Destruction.'

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Black Sabbath 1971
Vertigo

44 Years Ago: Black Sabbath Release ‘Master of Reality’

On July 21, 1971, Black Sabbath released their 'Master of Reality' album.

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Marilyn Manson 1994
Tim Mosenfelder, Hulton Archive / Getty Images

21 Years Ago: Marilyn Manson Issues ‘Portrait of an American Family’

On July 19, 1994, Marilyn Manson dropped the Spooky Kids from their moniker and released the 'Portrait of an American Family' disc.

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