Celebrate The 20th Anniversary Of ‘Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)’ With This Inspiring Ol’ Dirty Bastard Speech


Today, Wu-Tang Clan's "Enter the Wu Tang (36 Chambers)" celebrates its 20th birthday. Let's celebrate.

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Johnny Cash’s ‘The Gambler’? 15 Hit Songs Originally Written For Other Artists

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"The Gambler" was originally meant for Johnny Cash, not Kenny Rogers, and other famous songs written for other artists.


8 Great Punk Bands Not On The ‘CBGB’ Soundtrack That Helped Make The Venue Historic

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The disastrous "CBGB" movie is out. Don't see it. But do listen to these eight bands.

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Can You Name The Band That Released Four Number-One Albums In The Same Year?

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Two Justin Timberlake albums hit the top of the Billboard charts this year, but only one band has done that with FOUR ALBUMS.

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Lorde Knows: The 5 Youngest Solo Female Artists With Billboard #1 Hits

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With "Royals," Lorde becomes one of the youngest artists in Billboard history with a #1 hit.

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Follow The Fifty-Year History Of The Guitar Solo In One Six-Minute Video

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Fifty years of great guitar solos, complied into one video less than the length of "Stairway."


Hear A Led Zeppelin Album From Before Led Zeppelin Was Led Zeppelin


Before they were Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham were in P.J. Proby's band.

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Not Blink-183? Why 10 Bands Chose The Numbers In Their Names

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Why Blink 182 isn't Blink 183, U2 not U3, and other explanations behind famous numerical band names.

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Jimmy Fallon’s ‘History Of TV Theme Songs’ Is Definitely The Most You’ll Ever Enjoy ‘Guys With Kids’

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Was last night's musical number a blatant attempt to make Guys with Kids seem less awful by pandering to us with TV themes from our youth? Yes, but...

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