Nerf Herder went from a small indie label to the majors in the span of only a few months.
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Although the Damned's 1986 album 'Anything' was a sizable hit for MCA, the label dropped the gothic rock band, which never again landed on the British charts.
The Sex Pistols unleashed a barrage of obscenities when they appeared on the U.K.'s 'Today' show in 1976. The punk band instantly became famous in Britain.
Monster Magnet began their career with 1991's 'Spine of God.'
Soft Cell's debut included the global hit, "Tainted Love."
After 1980's more adventuresome 'Panorama' "only" went platinum, the Cars decided to have a little fun.
How a tumultuous affair, numerous legal battles, addictions and declining fame contributed to INXS star Michael Hutchence's death.
After the departure of two members, Duran Duran moved in a new direction on 'Notorious.'
Teenage Fanclub's 'Bandwagonesque' had echoes of power pop greats from decades past.
With their second album, the Glaswegian outfit led a successful twee rebellion against machismo and solitude.