David Bowie’s Station To Station: The creative side effects of the cocaine

After the much successful incursion into soul music with the album “Young Americans”, Bowie explored new and experimental sounds with “Station To Station” released on January 23, 1976 with his Thin White Duke alter-ego at full steam. Though recorded in Los Angeles, the influential album can be regarded as the preparation for the then upcoming “Berlin Trilogy”

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The Sex Pistols unleash “the filth and the fury” on BBC’s Today show on this day in 1976

On December 1st 1976, only a few days after two TV appearances, the Sex Pistols unexpectedly returned to the British TV, all because of Freddie Mercury. But the Today show, in which they were a last minute replacement of Queen didn’t end well for the host

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The Sex Pistols brings the Punk to the masses when they appeared on British TV twice on the same day in 1976

In 1976, British TV gave the Sex Pistols airtime twice in the same day, the band were guests on the BBC’s Nationwide show and starred on a documentary about Punk on ITV’s “The London Weekend”

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Actor Ryan Reynolds Turns 47 Today

Born on October 23, 1976, in Vancouver, Canada, actor Ryan Reynolds is mainly known for his comedic performances, particularly as the star of the superhero franchise ‘Deadpool.’

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How the Sex Pistols destroyed two contracts with two major record labels and end up a (then) smaller one

In 1976 The Sex Pistols were the hottest Punk band for record labels to sign, but major’s EMI who signed them on October 8th, and A&M dropped them way before the end of their contracts giving small label Virgin the opportunity to sign them for good. Find out why

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Eurovision Song Contest 10 Best Winning Songs Of All Time

We’re “All Aboard” as Lisbon, Portugal host the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. Let’s look back at some of the best winning songs of the past 62 years. We decided to put together a list featuring some of the best winning songs and of the Eurovision Song Contest.

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Revisiting KISS masterpiece “Destroyer”

Released on this day in 1976, “Destroyer” it’s much more than just another KISS album. It’s perhaps their defining record that includes some of their best songs produced by Bob Ezrin. We look back at this absolute Rock classic

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