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Aug 3rd

2007, Queen guitarist Brian May handed in his astronomy PhD thesis - 36 years after abandoning it to join the band. May had recently carried out observational work in Tenerife, where he studied the formation of "zodiacal dust clouds."

2006, Arthur Lee, singer and guitarist of the influential 1960s band Love died in Memphis at the age of 61 following a battle with acute myeloid leukaemia. He called himself the "first black hippie" and formed Love in Los Angeles in 1965. Best known for the critically revered 1967 album, 'Forever Changes.'

1991, Metallic held a playback party to launch their self-titled album at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Kurt Cobain and Chris Novoselic from Nirvana both attended.

1985, Tears For Fears started a three week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Shout', the duo's second US No.1.

1968, The Doors started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Hello I Love You', the groups second US No.1. A No.15 hit in the UK. The group had 8 top 40 US hits from 67-71.

1963, The Beatles played their last ever performance at the Cavern Club in Liverpool.

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Since when has Tears For Fears been important?
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1963, James Hetfield was born.
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1949, A man by the name of Frank Iommi was born.
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1949, A man by the name of Frank Iommi was born.

If you're referring to Frank "Tony" Iommi, you're wrong.
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on the 31st of february chuck norris was born
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does the beatles' performance on top of apple records count? cuz if so that is wrong
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on the 31st of february chuck norris was born


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does the beatles' performance on top of apple records count? cuz if so that is wrong

It says last appearance at The Cavern Club in Liverpool. The roof gig was on top of their building in London.
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does the beatles' performance on top of apple records count? cuz if so that is wrong


He just meant it was their last performance at the Cavern Club.
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He just meant it was their last performance at the Cavern Club.

ok i got it, i was confused because it says last ever performnace, i thought it meant EVER.
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they're probably more important than your menial existence ever will be, broseph.


Easy killer, I was just kidding. They did give us the original version of what Gary Jules would eventually turn into the most depressing song ever made.

Wait, you're actually in Tears For Fears, aren't you?
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